Google+ UPDATE: New details released on South Bend shooting that killed gas station clerk Facebook (Photo supplied/ABC 57) A South Bend gas station clerk died after being shot during an apparent armed robbery attempt at a Phillips 66 gas station in South Bend.South Bend Police were called to the gas station in the 3400 block of Lincoln Way West, near Ryer St., just before 11 p.m. after receiving 911 hangup call.Officers arrived to find the clerk in the parking lot suffering from a gunshot wound.He was later identified as Baljeet Singh, 24 of South Bend.Singh was transported to a local hospital where he later died.An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow, Sept. 20, at 9 a.m. in Fort Wayne.Police K9s were brought in to help search for the suspect.The St. Joseph Metro Homicide Unit has taken over the investigation. Twitter Pinterest Google+ By Jon Zimney – September 19, 2019 0 635 WhatsApp Facebook WhatsApp Previous article“No fetal remains” found at former Klopfer-run clinic in South BendNext articleButtigieg reveals “Medicare for all who want it” plan 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. Pinterest Twitter IndianaLocalNews
Tweet 386 Views one comment Share Sharing is caring! Share Share LocalNews New Housing Project to be launched soon by: – February 18, 2015 A section of the land and housing development venture at Upper FortuneRoseau, Dominica — Nature Island Land Developers (NILD) will launch its first land and housing development venture, a 5.396 acre site of fairly flat to gently sloping lands at Upper Fortune. This venture aims to promote Dominica’s national development by making it easy for nationals at home and abroad to own top quality property at bargain prices. NILD — a part of the Tonge Group of Companies headed by the Executive Chairman Mr. Curtis Tonge — specializes in the selling, management and development of commercial and residential property. The housing site comprises 23 lots ranging in size from 5,000 to 12,000 square feet.The developers have already put in place an extensive network of expertly built concrete roads. Electricity and water are available immediately. Additionally, the site has a specially built 10,000- gallon water tank, which guarantees that water will be available to the community for at least one week in times of emergencies. : The Fortune site has already been fitted with an impressive network of concrete roadsMr. Tonge explained that his intention is to create a well finished, top-class housing project complete with all the necessary infrastructure and utilities in place. He said the successful completion of this mission will show clearly what Dominicans can achieve through innovative planning and hard work. It can also set the pace for projects of a similar nature to make better use of Dominica’s largely untapped real estate potential. Further, it will serve as an example of the high standards of infrastructural development that Tonge Group of Companies has the capacity to achieve.Mr. Tonge said he has been generally dissatisfied with land development projects which do not have proper roads and lack basic utilities like adequate water and electricity supplies. The second phase of the project will involve the construction of houses on the plots. Mr. Tonge explained that land buyers can build their own homes or put the construction in the capable hands of NILD. Further, the construction can be done expertly by NILD according to the land buyer’s plans or based on pre-designed sample homes.NILD will display the project to prospective buyers at a special launching ceremony to be held at the Fortune site on February 24th, 2015.