Mug shots (L to R) of Chelsey Frazier, Julie Freeman and Anna Turnbow provided by the Allen County Sheriff's Dept.

Online ad leads to prostitution bust

Three women were arrested at a Fort Wayne motel Tuesday as part of an undercover investigation involving an online advertisement for “escorts.”

A sign is posted outside Muscatatuck Outdoor gun store near Hayden, Ind. on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Scott Maxie, 61, was found shot in the head Sunday night at his gun shop near the Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, about 50 miles south of Indianapolis. (AP Photo/The Seymour Tribune, Aaron Piper)

FedEx driver among 3 nabbed in gun dealer’s death

One of three Indianapolis men arrested in the fatal shooting of a southern Indiana firearms dealer and theft of dozens of guns was a FedEx driver who made deliveries to the victim’s store.

Mug shot of Tahj Thomas provided by the Allen Co. Sheriff's Dept.

Fort Wayne teen sentenced for Craigslist holdups

An Allen County judge on Tuesday ordered that 18-year-old Tahj Thomas serve consecutive 10-year sentences for five armed robberies committed between August 2013 and May 2014.

FILE - In this July 6, 2013 file still frame from a video produced by the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles police take part in a downtown counterterrorism drill. A Lenco Bearcat, an armored vehicle purchased by the LAPD from a Massachusetts firm that builds them for a variety of military and police uses, stands at the rear. A Pentagon program that distributes military surplus gear to local law enforcement agencies permits even those departments that the Justice Department has censured for civil rights violations to apply for and receive lethal weaponry. That lack of communication between two parts of the federal government adds to questions about a program already facing an Obama administration review in the aftermath of the militarized police response to protesters in Ferguson, Mo.  (AP Photo/Los Angeles Police Department, File)

Feds censure local police, yet give lethal weapons

The Pentagon says its consultation with the Justice Department will be looked at as the government reviews how to prevent high-powered weaponry from flowing to the untrustworthy.