deadly crash

 

ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana woman who pleaded guilty for her role in a hit-and-run crash that killed three people has been returned to jail after violating probation.

Forty-three-year-old Penelope Grosswiler pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice for hiding evidence related to the August 2017 crash, in which a vehicle driven by her husband, Leonard Grosswiler, struck and killed a man and two children in Elkhart.

Photo provided by the St. Joseph Co. Prosecutor's Office

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Today the St. Joseph Co. Prosecutor's office released more images of the suspect vehicle being sought in connection with a deadly hit and run Sunday outside the Linebacker in South Bend. Click on the photo gallery available in this posting to see all the images provided. 

St. Joseph Co. Jail

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Friday the St. Joseph Co. Prosecutor's office released sentencing information regarding Nicole Mary Nelson, 29, in connection with a fatal crash on Bittersweet Road in June of 2019.

St. Joseph Co. Jail

St. Joseph County – Today Vincent B. Hunter, Jr., 26, appeared in St. Joseph County Superior Court and was sentenced to five years for Leaving the Scene of an Accident, a Level 5 Felony.

Two of those five years are to be served in the Indiana Department of Corrections and the remaining three years of the sentence are to be served with St. Joseph County Community Corrections.

He was charged for a February 14, 2019, fatal crash that occurred on E. McKinley Ave, Mishawaka, and resulted in the death of Lester Horrall, 50, of Mishawaka.