Saturday, June 16, 2018
12:12 a.m. Traffic accident with damage in the 1500 block of N. Paw Paw Pike, Peru. No additional information was provided on this call.
5:11 a.m. A deputy conducted a welfare check in the 5600 block of E. 700 S., Peru.
6:36 a.m. Citizen assistance in the area of W. US Route 24 / N. Mexico Rd., Peru.
You know I love a recipe that lets me make something that usually takes a lot of work with very little effort. If you’ve ever enjoyed a real beignet, you’ve enjoyed a little bit of heaven. They are light and delicious. The only place I’ve ever found them is New Orleans. Real beignets are made by first making chou pastry, then deep-frying it, finally covering it in powdered sugar. They’re worth the work, but I found a way to indulge with a lot less effort. Though, the calorie/carb count isn’t any less.
This week’s Adoptable Cat from The Scratching Post Cat Rescue Inc. is Maize!
Peru, IN - Kayla Wall, 27 of Peru is facing charges of Burglary and Theft as a result of an investigation by officers of the Peru Police Department regarding two separate incidents that took place on June 10, 2018.
According to a Probable Cause Affidavit obtained from the Miami County Sheriff’s Department and written by Officer Matthew A. Feller, Officers of the Peru Police Department were dispatched to the 20 block of East 2nd Street on June 10, 2018, at approximately 11:52 a.m. in reference to an attempted burglary. Responding to the scene along was Officer Tyler Shoffner, Lieutenant Jon Richardson, Sergeant Mike Vinopal and Officer Keith Smith. The residence was cleared, and officers verified there were no people inside the home.
Officer Shoffner spoke with the residents shortly after police arrived on scene. He learned that two residents were inside at the time. One was sleeping and the other watching television when their dog began barking. One resident got up to check on the dog and observed that an exterior door was open, and glass was broken. At that time the citizen called 911. The door was locked when the residents went to bed.
Peru, IN – The Peru Board of Public Works and Safety meeting on Friday, June 15, 2018, in the City Council Chambers. In the meeting, the Board approved changes in rank for the Peru Police Department.
The board first approved a request from Peru Police Chief Mike Meeks to promote Sergeant James J. Ulery to Second Shift Lieutenant effective June 16, 2018. You can read Chief Meeks’ recommendation letter to the Board of Works by clicking HERE. Ulery is an eleven-year veteran of the Peru Police Department.
Meeks letter indicated the “immediate plan is to have Sergeant Ulery in charge of second shift.” Meeks letter continued “The officers of the Peru Police Department have a lot of confidence in Sergeant Ulery and his abilities as an officer. I have no doubt that Sergeant Ulery will continue to excel and strive relentlessly to help serve the citizens of Peru.”
Friday, June 15, 2018
12:15 a.m. A report of a suspicious person/circumstance at Hunter’s Trailer Park on W. Harrison St. in Converse. No additional information was provided on this call.
1:55 a.m. A report of a suspicious person/circumstance at Mississinewa Reservoir. No additional information was provided on this call.
2:26 a.m. Alarm in the 500 block of E. 800 N., Denver.
Here is a quick and simple recipe that you can use as a main course, an appetizer or a perfect snack for watching a game on TV. You can use leftover chili or purchase cans of chili from Hormel or another brand. It takes a just a little over 30 minutes to prepare but we think it’s worth it!
Combine two family faves in this couldn't-be-easier casserole. Your kids will surely love that this recipe includes hotdogs and you’ll love how easy this meal comes together.
Webster defines a father as “the male parent of a child.”
However, when one parent is absent, the parent who’s doing the raising must fulfil both roles. Single mothers learn more about sports and changing oil and that time in their sons’ lives when they become walking, talking hormones than they ever wanted to learn. Single fathers attend more dance recitals, buy more clothes with lace on them, and learn the hard way to keep their mouths shut when their daughters are “becoming women,” since anything they say is going to be wrong anyway.
Father’s Day, a very traditional day, isn’t always that traditional anymore. Sometimes the fancy card goes to Mom instead of to Dad. Or to a stepfather, grandfather, or family friend. Everything is changing, but the things a father does still have to be done by someone.