Wolcottville couple accused of child molestation in LaGrange County Jail

first_img Pinterest Google+ Twitter By Jon Zimney – May 22, 2020 2 611 Pinterest Facebook Google+ WhatsApp IndianaLocalNews (Photos supplied/LaGrange County Jail) On Tuesday May 19th, the Indiana State Police in Fort Wayne received a complaint from the Indiana Department of Child Services regarding alleged sexual activity with a minor.The State Police criminal investigation that immediately followed this complaint revealed evidence that suggested a married Wolcottville couple, Robert M. Hoff, 34, and Mandy J. Hoff, 38, of the 6400 block of County Road 500E, had been engaging in sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl on a regular basis over the last four years.On Wednesday, May 20, after interviewing the couple, and after consultation with the LaGrange County Prosecutor’s Office, Indiana State Police detectives then arrested both Robert and Mandy Hoff on felony child molestation charges. They were transported to the LaGrange County Jail, were they were incarcerated and remain in custody pending an initial hearing on the matter.This is an active ongoing criminal investigation, and no other information will be released at this time.Arrested:Robert M. Hoff, 34, Wolcottville; (2) counts of Child Molestation, Level 1 FelonyMandy J. Hoff, 38, Wolcottville; (2) counts of Child Molestation, Level 1 Felony Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Wolcottville couple accused of child molestation in LaGrange County Jail Previous articleSen. Todd Young to visit South Bend on his RESTART TourNext articleConstruction worker from Knox killed while working on I-94 Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.last_img read more

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Steely Dan’s Walter Becker Has Passed Away

first_imgGuitarist and co-founder of Steely Dan, Walter Becker, has passed away at the age of 67 years old. As Pitchfork notes, Becker recently had an operation that prohibited him from touring with bandmate and co-founder Donald Fagen, as revealed in an interview with Billboard earlier this month. The news was confirmed this morning on Becker’s website with the below post without any further details.Steely Dan is one of the most important bands to come out of the 70’s. Their unique approach to pop music–a slick combination of jazz, off-center chord progressions, meticulous arrangements, and introspective lyrics–has left an indelible stamp on the world of music. The band essentially created their own genre; they didn’t allow outside influences to change their artistic output, and they maintained a stylistic integrity throughout their career, even apologizing for their own recordings that they felt were sub-par. Starting with 1972’s landmark debut album Can’t Buy A Thrill, Steely Dan released one record per year for the next five years, showing a prodigious work ethic that led to a bevy of classic soft rock albums, four out of five of them going Platinum in the process (1973’s Countdown To Ecstasy only reached Gold status). After releasing perhaps their best record, 1977’s landmark album Aja, the band would retreat into the studio for a lengthy recording process for what would turn out to be the final record of the pinnacle of their career, the wonderfully poppy and secretly dark 1980 album, Gaucho.Remembering The Tumultuous Perfection Of Steely Dan’s Chapter-Closing Album “Gaucho”Here’s a compilation of Steely Dan from 1972-1980 for your listening pleasure:Rest In Peace, Walter Becker!last_img read more

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