South Bend Police respond to 400+ calls during blizzard warning

(Photo supplied/South Bend Police Department)
South Bend Police officers responded to more than 400 calls for service during the blizzard warning, from 4 p.m. on Friday through 12 p.m. on Saturday.
During that time, their officers patrolled in sub-zero wind chills, white-out conditions and on slick roads.
A reminder that St. Joseph County and several other counties are still under a Travel Watch, as many roads are still slick and snow-covered.

Related posts

City officials see uptick in graffiti in Elkhart area

Network Indiana

Indiana Secretary of State recognizes 101-year-old Hoosier voter

Network Indiana

Virtual ballot goes live to inform Hoosiers

Joe Ulery/Indiana News Service

Leave a Comment