Sheriff's Police in Fountain County, Indiana say a four-year-old is safe after giving family members and authorities a scare. The boy wondered away from his home in Kingman late (Wed) night. His parents were sleeping. They discovered their son was missing around 11 pm.
A search included Fountain County Sheriff's Police, numerous other law enforcement agencies and volunteer firefighters from several departments. The boy finally located at about 2:30 this morning.
Sheriff's Police say the boy is fine, and no charges are being filed in the incident.
Video surveillance aided police and two students have been arrested for allegedly making a bomb threat at Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School Monday.
Both juvenile students face felony charges. The school administration is now considering suspension or expelling the students.
According to Sup't Scott Wakeley, video footage shows the two students standing in a hallway calling in the threat. School administrators anticipated the threat was a hoax, but evacuated students. School was then dismissed for the day.
The cause of a house fire at Boswell Wednesday is under investigation. The blaze gutted the house at 4316 S. 400 West Road.
High winds were the immediate concern for firemen at the scene as the initial response was to keep the flames in check. Boswell Fire Assistant Chief Randy Traylor said crews on scene don't know what caused the fire.
Kankakee – The Salvation Army in Kankakee received a Gold Coin in one of its Kettles on the first day of the Bell ringing Campaign. "We are very grateful for the generosity of the people in Kankakee County", stated Major Michele Heaver. "This donation will go a long way in providing for the many needs of our residents."
The gold coin was discovered in the kettle at Circle K Corner of River and Indiana Avenue.
Iroquois County Museum Open Veterans' Day for Tree Decorating
Time to decorate trees for Christmas Tree Lane, other OCM events The Christmas trees are going up at the Old Courthouse Museum and it's time for individuals, families, groups, organizations, classrooms and such to decorate a tree for the 47th anniversary of Christmas Tree Lane.
This year's theme is "Winter Wonderland," and the staff at the museum is inviting everyone to put an extra special "touch" to the decorating of the grand and beautiful old museum. Groups can include businesses, 4H clubs, Girl or Boy Scouts, nursing facilities – anyone and everyone can participate! With everyone becoming busier and busier as the holidays approach, the museum staff feels decorating a tree is a great time to unwind and relax.
The museum will be open 10 to 4 p.m. this Wednesday, Nov. 11 – Veterans' Day – for who would like to decorate a tree but can't come in during regular hours. An artificial tree is provided – all you need to do is bring your decorations and lights. It is noted, however, trees need to be decorated by Tuesday, Dec. 1 for the open house scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5.