The individuals have been charged with criminal recklessness but there names are unknown.
The prisoner had been sentenced on attempted murder and felony assault charges after he was found guilty in July of shooting a man in the face.
Marianne Matchette allegedly used company credit cards and personal checking accounts for her own benefit to the tune of nearly $157,000.
Police were called just before 9 p.m. Wednesday by a woman who said she was being chased in her car by a driver along Lexington Avenue from Harrison Street to Fairfield Avenue.
Police hope more people keep giving them information in crimes after witness tips lead to three quick homicide arrests.
Deputies found suspected liquid methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, equipment and material commonly used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
Family and friends came together on her birthday to remember 17-year-old Alonna Allison, who was at a house party, when she was shot and killed by a stray bullet during a shootout between rival gangs.
Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Illinois Road McDonald’s shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Daquavion T. Johnson, AKA Pooder, is accused of murder in the shooting death of 19-year-old Leon-Dre Kyles-Thomas in the 1300 block of Greene Street just after noon Aug. 13.
The officer mistakenly shot and badly wounded the homeowner who was trying to protect his wife during an attempted robbery early Tuesday, authorities said.
Twenty-two-year-old Samuel Hardrix’s body was found before 9 a.m. Sunday in a backyard of a home in the 1400 block of Schilling Avenue after a woman came across him and called police.
Scott A. Benjamin, the owner of Fort Wayne-based Orange Financial Investments, LLC, was sentenced to 3 years and has to pay a victim.
Jason A. Tuttle faces four counts of child molesting as a level 1 felony and another count of child molesting as a level 4 felony.
Angola police said they found 80 grams of methamphetamine, marijuana, paraphernalia and a “large amount” of cash on Andrew Fitch, 30, after a crash.
The charges stem from two unrelated shootings which happened minutes apart.
When investigators arrived to the scene of the murders, they found one of the most disturbing crimes scenes they had ever seen.
The victims were found unresponsive in the home they shared and later pronounced at a hospital.
Police were called to the 1400 block of Schilling Avenue shortly before 9 a.m. Sunday after a woman came across a man’s body in her backyard.
Authorities were still working to identify the bodies and notify relatives.
The constitutionality of capital punishment is an issue the country has grappled with for decades as states have altered their death penalty laws.
One of the cars broken into was an Indiana State Police pick-up truck. The suspect(s) broke out the driver’s side window to gain entry. A Glock .40 caliber handgun along with one magazine for the same weapon.
The shooting occurred at the intersection of Lima Road and Fernhill Avenue. The apparent victim is reported in serious condition.
Approximately 145 grams of synthetic cannabinoids known as “spice,” 6 grams of marijuana and .22 caliber revolver were recovered during the raid.
Police say the woman was arrested after a short pursuit. They say she told them she took the ambulance from outside a hospital because she had missed her bus home.
Judge Steve Nation found that Dr. Larry Ley had met all of the standards for prescribing medicine for drug addiction after a bench trial in Hamilton County Superior Court.