Illegal drugs, firearm recovered after South Bend police chase
Illegal drugs and a firearm were recovered after a police chase in South Bend.
On Sunday, January 15, around 6:10 p.m., South Bend Police were on patrol and saw a driver commit a traffic violation near Mead and Ford Streets.
The officer tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver led them on a pursuit
The vehicle crashed into a fence at Ford and Harris Streets, and the driver took off on foot.
The suspect was spotted near the 700 block of Webster Street and police took him into custody.
Through an investigation, a firearm and illegal drugs were recovered from the suspect vehicle, including approximately 37 grams of suspected heroin and approximately 8 grams of suspected cocaine.
Tyshawn Kellogg, 28, was arrested on several preliminary charges, including possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, possession of heroin and cocaine and resisting law enforcement, as well as some outstanding warrants.
Kellogg was taken to the St. Joseph County Jail.

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Adam January 18, 2023 at 10:05 am

This is an everyday occurrence going on in the middle of the night. How do so many convicted felons have firearms and all these drugs. The river city that bends has a major problem with criminal activity for the population. It turns into another place for outlaws when it gets dark. Where’s Batman and Robin when you need them to fight crime ?

Thor January 18, 2023 at 9:51 pm

Great Briton is an island with no legal ownership of defensive firearms yet they can’t keep the criminals from getting guns…and machine guns…and grenades. This country has tons of drugs getting smuggled in every day; how much more does it take to smuggle in a few hundred pounds of firearms and ammunition? Criminals will always be able to get guns to defend and expand their criminal activity.

If you want common sense gun control (and I’m not saying that you say this) it’s called practice and a steady hand.


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