Hebron Police Department

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Valparaiso Police Department

Valparaiso Police Department

The following services have been arranged for Sgt. Steve Kobitz:

May 29, 2020 (Friday)
The viewing has been scheduled for 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. , within the Great Room of the Porter County Expo center. We ask that all those wishing to pay their respects, be mindful of social distancing recommendations, and utilize proper personal protection equipment while in attendance. Social gathering restrictions currently allow for 100 people to attend, and this capacity will be monitored to ensure the safety of all those paying their respects.

May 30, 2020 (Saturday)
The funeral services will begin at 11 a.m., within the Great Room of the Porter County Expo. Due to the limitations placed on social gatherings, currently at 100 attendees,, only those permitted by family and members of the Valparaiso Police Department will be allowed within the Great Room during the ceremony. Every attempt is being made to disseminate the audio of the services to the exterior of the buildings for those who would like to attend. Social distancing guidelines and the use of personal protection equipment will be required as part of the services.

A procession will follow the services, leaving the Expo Center north on S.R 49, then travel west on Vale Park Rd., south on Calumet Ave., west on Glendale Blvd., south on Campbell St., east on Lincolnway, and south on Washington St. The procession will pause briefly in front of the Valparaiso Police Department, then continue toward U.S HWY 30, and east onto Graceland Cemetery.

Thank you to everyone who has aided the Kobitz family and the Valparaiso Police Department during this difficult time. Your services, thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes have been greatly appreciated.


PSA: For whatever reason, with people staying at home we are seeing a large increase in thefts from unlocked vehicles in all of the surrounding communities. They are walking up and checking door handles and going into any unlocked vehicles. They will steal anything that is left unsecured and of any value. Let's not make it easy for them.

Remember criminals don't follow the rules!

Please LOCK YOUR VEHICLES!!! Turn on exterior house lights as a deterrent. Stay safe, and report any suspicious persons/activity by calling 911.


The Hebron Police Department would like to thank the residents for doing their part in this "stay at home" order. We know this can be a very stressful time for everybody especially since the kids are now home and schools are closed. This week the weather is going to being nice, and everybody is going to want to be outside, which is why we would like to remind residents that....

All public parks are closed - this includes the playgrounds at the school. The walking path behind the Community Center can still be used just remember the 6 ft. rule.

A lot more people are out walking their dogs however, make sure all dogs are on a leash, and if that they use the bathroom, please pick up their mess and dispose of it properly.

Again the police department would just like to say thank you to the residents for doing their part during this crazy time.


Due to the ongoing effort to restrict the spread of the coronavirus, the Hebron Police Department's Lobby will be closed to walk-in business. Our records department will be available by appointment only for normal business such as VIN checks, gun permits and police reports. To schedule an appointment, please call (219) 996-2747 or email [email protected].

The department would like to encourage everyone to comply with Governor Holcomb's directives concerning this crisis. Please be aware that under the order bars, nightclubs and restaurants are required to close to in-person patrons. They are allowed to provide take-out and delivery services.

Officers are on duty around the clock for emergency calls. Please dial 911 if you have an emergency. To reach an Officer for other business, please call (219) 996-2111.

Lowell Police Department


Lowell Police Department Seeking Reserve Officer Applicants

The Lowell Police Department is seeking applicants for Reserve Police Officer positions.

Eligible candidates must be at least 21 years of age, be a US citizen, have a valid Indiana driver’s license, have no felony convictions, be of good moral character and have a high school diploma or equivalent. Applicants must be able to pass a physical fitness evaluation, written test and extensive background investigation.

The deadline for turning in applications is Friday, March 27, 2020 at 4:00 PM.

Applications are available at the Lowell Police Department, 1333 East Commercial Avenue, Lowell, IN, 46356.

Applications must be picked up and turned in during the business hours of operation:

Mondays 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesdays 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Fridays 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Those with questions should contact Police Chief Erik Matson at [email protected] or (219) 696-0411.

‘I just felt like killing’: Man went door-to-door before stabbing 11-year-old boy, victim’s mom says


Denny William McNees Jr., 21, of Grand Rapids, is charged with assault with the intent to murder and first-degree home invasion in the stabbing of Yariel Suarez. The boy, who turned 12 on Sunday, was stabbed repeatedly in the face and head Thursday morning.


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611 N Main St
Hebron, IN

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Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00


(219) 996-2747


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