The robbers got spooked at one point, giving the couple a chance to run to a neighbor’s house and call police.
Police responded to an accident in which a driver was passed out while the car was in gear and was doing circles in the road. He still had a needle in his arm when officers arrived.
Three years ago an 85-year-old retired farmer was found shot in his home.
Police said a man wearing a red hoodie and black pants walked into the business armed with a gun and demanded cash.
The attorney’s client faces several charges after a crash involving a 16- passenger van that was carrying 22 people in September. Two people died in the crash.
Indiana State Police concluded their week long investigation by serving search warrants at two motels where they believed drugs were being sold in Plymouth, Indiana.
Police believe in 1997, William Stinemetz, 52, of Palm City, Florida, robbed an Indiana bank then killed a man whose car he stole to use for the heist.
The sex offender had been wanted by authorities in Steuben County for failing to register. He was found in a neighboring county.
Jared E. Hochstedler, the former owner of Fort Wayne-based Enzyme Environmental Solutions, was sentenced in federal court for willfully filing false income tax returns and perjury.
More than a dozen crashes were caused by objects being thrown from an overpass on I-94 in northwest Indiana earlier this week. Anonymous tips helped state troopers find the suspects.
Silas Floyd King, 72, was charged with 1st degree felony aggravated robbery and 5th degree felony theft, the theft charge enhanced due to his age.
A review of the investigation of the shooting of an armed robbery suspect in Fort Wayne back in August has concluded that the police officer involved in the incident is not criminally liable and no charges will be filed.
Donald Lee Buchanan was sentenced for arson related to an April incident at his ex-girlfriend’s home while she and her three children were home.
Deonte M. Young, 18, was sentenced to two years in prison and four years on probation for opening fire on a man March 27.
A New Hampshire police officer dispatched to the scene of a shoplifting incident paid the thief’s tab after learning a woman stole the items to bake her child’s birthday cake.
Two men a sheriff labelled “cowards” stole a cellphone from a suburban Detroit man with cerebral palsy, beat him, recorded the assault on his cellphone and posted it to his Facebook page, authorities said.
The officer was suspended and stripped of his police powers after being charged with assisting a criminal and providing false information to investigators.
Police are asking anyone with information to call the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department.
Thomas C. Bateman had a BAC of .27 percent when he crashed into a pickup truck back on September 27 according to court documents. A felony charge was filed against him Tuesday in Allen County.
Carlton C. Mayne Jr., 35, was charged Tuesday in Allen Superior Court with a single count of Level 5 felony battery.