Two men walked into the Auburn Pride/Valero convenience store and, without weapons, demanded cash and stole cigarettes.
A K-9 officer detected an odor of narcotics coming from inside a vehicle in LaGrange County.
An Illinois woman was arrested after drug paraphernalia was found in her truck and after running from officers in several northeast Indiana counties.
Investigators said the two women left an area in a car with a homemade cardboard license plate.
Brent A. Roddy, a detective with the Fort Wayne Police Department, reportedly crashed his SUV along Rothman Road with a .21 percent BAC on Easter Sunday.
On April 6, the Wells County Sheriff’s Department asked for the public’s help to locate three wanted sex offenders.
Police said the glass of the front door of the State Line Convenience store was broken out and the business was burglarized.
DeKalb County police were called around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday after a woman reported she was driving along Country Road 57 and her rear window was shot out.
Surveillance footage reportedly caught the men using a security key to unlock the computers before they push them out of the store in a cart.
The suspect, an 18-year-old city teenager, was wanted on active warrants for a parole violation and auto theft.
An unnamed man reportedly told police Bradley R. Gillespie had been driving Frank Tracy Jr.’s truck and that Gillespie admitted to killing Tracy.
During a traffic stop, officers found $100 counterfeit bills, uncut copied bills and a printer.
The Grant County Sheriff’s Department had spotlighted Bradley DeLong in its “Crime of the Week.”
An unidentified woman was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound on Saturday morning. An unidentified man was found dead later in the afternoon at another location.
The finding by the jury Friday means 17-year-old Tyre Bradbury faces a base sentence of at least 90 years in prison when he is sentenced on April 26.
The thief showed a handgun and got away with money from the Marathon gas station on W. Maumee St. Friday night.
Police say 37-year-old David A. Thiering Jr. exploded two devices outside of a police department and a judge’s home.
Investigators found evidence of child pornography after a search warrant was served at the man’s rural Ohio home which led to the grand jury indictment.
Police opened fire on a man wanted for a probation violation for marijuana possession after he pointed a gun at officers.
A third person was hospitalized Thursday as police investigate what appears to be overdoses of synthetic benzodiazepine.