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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Kokomo, IndianaVol. 164, no. 193 classified c5-10 comics b2 lotteries a3 obituaries a2 opinion a4 sports b1, b3-b4 weather flooding possible High 57 Low 47 More on Page a8 to Days Page one designed by Amelia Tegerdine life & style Page xxx to subscribe 765-456-3821 or 765-459-3121 to advertise 765-459-3121 classified 1-800-382-0696 office hours . 8 . To 5 . / sat. 8 . To 11 . Inside 75 saturday March 14, 2015 Kokomo Tribune follow us on Eriks credit approval process will help you get in to a new Chevrolet Call Randy Bush at 765-457-8333 for pre approval today 1800 s. Reed Road / Highway 931 in Kok Mowe believe in you Quality care for your heating and air 124 West Elm Stree Kokomo in 46901 765 457-9379 Peru a month Long investigation by the Indiana state police culminated in the arrests of four people thursday night on various narcotics charges including 13 Felo Nies. State and local to l i c e a r r e s t de Cory Pyeritz 44, Kayla Walrod 24, David Jones 30, All of Peru As Well As Jacob aulds 30, Denver following the execution of a search warrant is sued by Miami Superior court i. The investigation l e d b y s e n i o r trooper Mike to Rona resulted in War ran t s b e ing served thursday night in the 100 Block of East third s t ree t in per where All four were present. Police said Only Pyeritz lived at the residence. Police executed a search at 9 42 ., allegedly finding methamphetamine a methamphetamine lab marijuana chemical precursors syringes and prescription medication. An alleged mistake by a prepaid debit card vending company which caused a Kokomo Man to lose out on part of his tax return has led to the filing of a police report and a hearing in Small claims court. Phillip de los Reyes 44, filed his taxes with Jackson Hewitt tax ser vices in Early february and received an email on feb. 11 his $800 return was ready to be retrieved via a visa prepaid debit card. De los Reyes wife Heather de los Reyes went to the at the Corner of Dixon Road and Boulevard to withdraw $500 that Day. The notified her the action she was at tempting was not available. She successfully withdrew $300 on a second attempt. Four Days later the couple received a statement and realized the remain ing $500 of the return was missing. Further investigation through their financial institution Solidarity Community Federal credit Union revealed the error was made on the part of the company that loads the debit card income. De los Reyes addressed the Situa Tion with administrators from Jack son Hewitt Solidarity and income and initially believed All involved agreed an error was made in in see arrests / / Page a8 photos by Kelly Lafferty Gerber Kokomo Tribune Blush Lilly Ware and Ashlynn Holmes were called on stage to dance by Blush musical guest Shuree Rivera on Friday. See tax / / Page a8 police probe leads to arrests by Josh Sigler Kokomo Tribune ? four Miami co. Residents face meth related charges Man files police report Over missing tax return by Josh Sigler Kokomo Tribune ? funds were supposed to be loaded on prepaid debit card Blush birthday fridays Blush event had everything you would expect from a big birthday party music dessert dancing and plenty of Over sized Beach balls. Blushes fifth birthday also included plenty of the elements that have made it such a popular event in the past including honest conversation that encouraged girls to be real. Fridays festivities at first Church of the Nazarene saw 800 local girls and women of All Ages come together with the intent of growing emotionally and spiritually. With the theme of five years of change local Blush co founder Janay Martin said one of the things that has remained constant about the organization is the passion it has brought out in those who attend the events. Weave noticed after five years and 20 events i would say 80 percent of our kids and parents continue to come Over and Over again she said. That tells us that they re hungry for answers and for truth. That really tells us that were on to something. Thatus what keeps us going. Over the years Martin said Blush events have aimed to touch on subjects that Are Rele vant to to Days youth. As a result organizers seek to bring in speakers to address those subjects head on in a Christian based setting. Fri Days event provided More of the same dialogue and guidance. We dont have All the answers so we just try to create an environment with people who do have the answers who can come in and speak to our kids she said. Fridays guest speaker for Blush was Katie Wolfe founder of get real inc., a nonprofit which encourages equips and empowers girls to get respected educated Able and Loyal in by Martin Slagter Kokomo Tribune group celebrates five years of change see Blush / / Page a7 Tipton Road construction set for june Tipton the Indiana depart ment of transportation announced Friday that Road construction Crews plan to begin a pavement resurfacing project along Indiana 28 beginning on or after june 1. Indiana 28 will be patched and paved with an Inch and a half Asphalt surface within the Tipton City limits. Floggers will direct t a f f i c around work Crews throughout the project. Traffic stops and Short delays should be expected during Daylight hours monday through saturday once from staff reports ? ingot announces plans to resurface Indiana 28 in City limits David Jones Cory Pyeritz Jacob aulds Kayla Walrod see Tipton / / Page a8 robotics Competition continues today a6 big ten tourney Purdue beats Penn St. B1 search 11-year-old Brylee Riebe sits on an ottoman while 12-year-old Cambree Roland right searches for an available one during a game of musical ottomans at Blush on Friday. Gallery visit our web site for a gallery with More photos from Blush

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