Two juvenile girls have been arrested for making clown-related threats using social media in southeastern Wisconsin, copying dozens of similar incidents across the country.
Jesse Duane Webb and Jamie Michelle Derkatsch have been charged with three felonies.
Allen County’s Amber Alert did not have a push notification sent to cell phones, but three other Amber Alerts within a week all did. 15 Finds Out discovered one of those pushes was sent because of a change in philosophy.
Clayton A. Gaham, 31, of Fort Wayne was sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to repay $25,651 in benefits he fraudulently collected.
Sheriff Tom Riggenbach said the investigation was part of a Van Wert City Police Department’s missing person’s investigation, involving Kori Glossett, a 25-year-old man last seen at the beginning of July.
15 Finds Out’s investigation on the process of getting an Amber Alert approved discovered police disagree on whether or not it needs to be changed.
Officers were called to the 4300 block of Marquette Drive around 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Bradley Gillespie was found guilty of killing Hannah Fischer and Frank Tracy Jr. back in February in Paulding County, Ohio. At one point, investigators believed Tracy had killed Fischer.
The Bluffton Road location of Papa John’s was robbed by a man with a gun early Tuesday morning.
A man is in critical condition after being shot in the 2700 block of Fox Ave. just after midnight Tuesday morning.
For unknown reasons, someone driving a 2012 Ford Focus, drifted over the fog line, sideswiped the Alero and struck the man kneeling down changing the flat tire.
Police in Virginia said in a news release Monday that the teenager asked the person running an online clown account to kill a teacher at her school.
The alert had been issued because police believed the two were in danger and that they had been abducted by the child’s father.
Police confiscated dozens of beer and more than 400 bottles of liquor at a home in Indianapolis Sunday.
State police said investigations started after they received a tip at the beginning of September claiming that the woman had made numerous social media claims she had terminal cancer.
It was the first time the Fort Wayne woman appeared before a judge related to the killings of her two children. It could be some time before a decision is made.
The employee in the store at the time of the robbery reported he was held at gunpoint by a man in his late teens, while a younger teenager waited the door. Both suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Judge Tommy D. Phillips is accused of pushing the Dunkirk police chief during a meeting in August and he’s been suspended by the Indiana Supreme Court.;
She has been held in the Elkhart County Jail since Monday when she told a police officer the bodies of her two children were in the backseat of a car she had been driving that was owned by a man who had been shot to death earlier in the day.
Police served warrants at Turn-N-Headz Barber Shop on Calhoun Street and My Little Angels Daycare on Hanna Street.