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If you have any information on this crime and call Crime Stoppers, you could receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 if your information leads to the arrest or indictment of anyone involved.  Remember, you can call us about any crime, any time.  Do the right thing.  Click to submit a tip, or call us.  Crime Stoppers does not have caller ID.  You'll be assigned a code number and we won't ask your name. 


2/20/2015 - Sarah Gibbs Homicide
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On December 19, 2014, as crews extinguished a house fire in the 1000 block of Smith in Warsaw, they discovered the body of 34-year old SARAH GIBBS.  An autopsy determined she had been murdered prior to the fire. 

A Kosciusko agency has put up a $10,000 reward for information leading to her killer.  If you know who murdered Sarah and contact Crime Stoppers, you could receive that $10,000 in CASH, and you will stay ANONYMOUS even when you`re paid. 

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2/3/2015 - Clint VanZandt promo

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Retired FBI Criminal Profiler and Hostage Negotiator recorded this PSA for us when he was in South Bend speaking at the Crime Stoppers 25th Anniversary event. 

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12/17/2014 - Deadly Heroin Epidemic

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The heroin epidemic has reached deadly proportions in our community.  It can be cut with substances like chalk or caffeine, Fentanyl, morphine, or even rat poison.  Or it can be deadly pure.  It`s highly addictive, and will cut your life short, sooner or later. 

Crime Stoppers will pay cash rewards for information leading to the arrest of heroin dealers. 

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10/31/2014 - Fatal Hit & Run
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Shortly after midnight on August 24, 2014, Quentin Freeman was driving his moped in the 1700 block of Franklin Street in South Bend.  His longtime girlfriend was his passenger.  She looked back to see a pickup truck gaining on them quickly.  The truck slammed into the moped.  Upon impact, Quentin`s girlfriend was ejected, but he remained lodged under the truck.  Quentin was dragged to his death, and his girlfriend was seriously injured. 

Police believe the truck was driven by a white male, and had a black male passenger in the bed.  It`s described as a 1987-1996 Ford F-150 or F-250, red or orange with a wide white stripe, rust on the bottom, a wood plank in place of the front bumper, and oversize tires.  The truck might be similar to the one shown here.


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8/15/2014 - Kristyana Jackson Homicide
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The night of August 17, 2012, 7-year old Kristyana Jackson and her mother arrived home at 720 Kilbourn St. in Elkhart and were confronted by two armed suspects dressed in black.  As Kristyana`s father met them at the door, the suspects open-fired hitting both father and daughter.  Two days later, Kristyana died from her wound. 

A $6,000 cash reward has been put up by the family and community donors.  This will be paid completely anonymously to the person providing a tip that leads to the arrest of the shooters. 

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8/8/2014 - Jessica Starr Homicide
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Around 11:30 p.m. on August 8, 2011, 26-year old Jessica Starr had just arrived home at 28765 Melody Lane in Elkhart when she was approached at her car and attacked.  Someone inside the home heard screaming and called 911.  When Elkhart County Police arrived they found Jessica dead in the back yard.  She had been beaten and stabbed. 

 

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7/18/2014 - Bernard Vaughn, Jr. Homicide - SOLVED!SOLVED
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On July 21st, 2010 family members discovered 17-year old Bernard Vaughn, Jr. dead in his home at 1001 S. Mayflower Rd. lot 24 in South Bend.  Vaughn had apparently lived there alone for some months. 

Evidence at the scene indicated that several shots were fired inside the residence.  Vaughn died of gunshot wounds. 

Two weeks earlier, Vaughn testified in a homicide trial.  However, at this stage of the investigation there is no definitive indication that his death is connected. 

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6/5/2014 - Elkhart Elderly Victim
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On November 28th, 2010, Elkhart Police and medics were called to a home in the 500 block of Prairie Street.  During the night, two suspects broke into the house and tied up the 88-year old female resident.  They ransacked her home, stole several items, and left the victim severely beaten and terrorized.  She was discovered the next morning by family members, and was admitted to a local intensive care unit with multiple injuries, including broken ribs. 

This was the second time in a week this house had been burlgarized.  In both cases, a TV and jewelry were stolen, and police believe the same suspects were involved. 

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5/29/2014 - Alicestein Wheeler Homicide
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At 5:20 p.m. on May 29, 2011, a neighbor walking near the vacant home at 741 N. Lawndale in South Bend saw the body of a woman behind the house and called 911.  South Bend Police and medics arrived to find 49-year old Alicestein Wheeler.  An autopsy confirmed she died from a gunshot wound.  Alicestein lived with her family less than a half mile from where she was found. 

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5/23/2014 - Brigid Marshall Homicide
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On May 23, 1991, 20-year old Brigid Marshall was sleeping in her family home on Clayton Street in South Bend when her mother left to run errands at around 11:00.  Police believe an unknown suspect forced open a door on the screened porch, then entered the home through an unlocked patio slider. 

Brigid`s mother found her body at about 1:30 when she went up to her bedroom to check on her.  Brigid`s hands were bound, and she had been strangled. 

Police believe the initial motive was burglary.  Several rooms were ransacked.  Military medals resembling those in the below photo, and pieces of costume jewelry were also taken. 

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