The victim’s sister, Tyrenna Ball, testified he “was a sweet, kind man” who enjoyed nature, fishing and holidays. After the hearing, she said the sentence was “adequate.”
The boy told his mother that “he got mad, lost his temper and grabbed a cane and put it around Novak’s throat,” police said.
Two northern Indiana residents were charged with theft and fraud after a cellphone tracking application was used to locate a stolen purse in their possession.
State excise police say officers seized suspected counterfeit merchandise worth more than $500,000 from an Indianapolis flea market.
Police said the girl was pulled from class and other students who ate the brownies were questioned.
Police say the 23-year-old student and the juvenile were being treated for non-life-threatening injuries following the shooting early Sunday.
Police are warning residents who have received a text from Community State Bank saying their account has been deactivated.
Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty in the 2013 bombings that killed three people and injured about 260 others.
An Indianapolis Star review that found prosecutors dismissed more than 3,000 gun charges from 2009 to June of this year. Half of those were felonies.
The new court also should save tax dollars, county prosecutor Chris Gaal said at a news conference Friday.
Detectives are not releasing many details, but a neighbor said she saw detectives wearing gloves combing through the backyard for several hours Saturday.
A 44-year-old Fort Wayne man was shot to death early Sunday morning outside the Broadway Grill.