Marcus D. Dansby, 20, stands accused of the gruesome killings of three people and an unborn baby around 4 a.m. Sunday inside a home at 3006 Holton Ave.
Fort Wayne Police were called were before 2:30 a.m. Tuesday to the Sports and Spirits Bar at 1723 East Wayne Street. The bar relinquished the establishment’s liquor license Tuesday.
The doors are locked at Sports and Spirits but when you peek in the window cups litter the floor and tables. Police described the bar as packed when the shooting broke out.
15 Finds Out has confirmed Sports and Spirits Bar and Grill is now closed. An attorney for the owners said the liquor license was placed in escrow with the state Tuesday morning.
The victims of quadruple homicide were successful participants in local program aimed at helping them get back on their feet.
Court documents say a retired Indianapolis fertility doctor used his own sperm to impregnate several women decades ago and admitted to six now-adult children to doing so.
20-year-old Marcus Dansby was arrested mid-morning Sunday after three people and an unborn baby were found dead in a home at 3006 Holton Avenue around 4 a.m. Sunday.
Officers were called to the 3000 block of Holton Avenue around 4 a.m. and police so far have very little information and no suspects.
Darrell McDaniel and Artavius Richards each face three felony counts of murder.
The largest U.S. bank was ordered to pay millions related to opening unauthorized customer accounts as a means to meet sales goals.
A race has not been determined and police are looking to determine the ancestry of the victim. The bones were found Jan. 3 along a tree line in a state park off U.S. 127 near Coldwater Creek in Celina, Ohio.
Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey will hold a press conference at 10 a.m. to discuss results from the University of North Texas in regards to human bones found in a state park near Coldwater, Ohio on January 3, 2016.
Bradly Gilbert admitted to killing a 28-year-old Wauseon man in October 2015.
A bail bondsman in Fort Wayne said eliminating bond for some offenders won’t just be bad for business, it will be bad for the community.
A 70-year-old man accused of robbing a bank in Kansas told investigators he would rather be imprisoned than live with his wife.
The Indiana Supreme Court made the overhaul of the state’s bail system in an effort to enhance public safety and “protect the presumption of innocence.”
Authorities in the heart of Ohio’s Amish country say they arrested more than 70 people in a raid at a weekend party in a field that was expected to attract hundreds of Amish youth.
A south Mississippi police chief is losing his job after a newspaper reported he was clocked driving 109 mph in a city vehicle and he told officers he had consumed “at least three vodkas.”
The Auburn Police Department’s Drug Enforcement Team investigated the case for two months and made several buys of cocaine from the suspect.
A statement from police in Greensboro, North Carolina, says officers responded to a 911 call Tuesday from an apartment complex, where a witness reported seeing a person wearing a clown mask, red curly wig, yellow spotted shirt, blue clown pants and clown shoes coming out of the woods.