Police haven’t yet identified the hoodie-wearing suspect in 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn’s death.
The term would be followed by lifetime supervised release as part of his punishment for viewing child porn and engaging in sex acts with minors.
Indianapolis police believe Amanda Blackburn was trying to defend herself when she was killed during a robbery.
Jose G. Razo-Rodriquez, 18, was shot and killed Wednesday morning, according to the Allen County Coroner’s Office.
Police found the gun at the home of an Ohio man who’d been arrested for trying to steal a sculpture in Decatur.
A juvenile passenger was listed in serious condition.
Officers were called to Kinnaird Avenue after someone reported a suspicious vehicle in an alley.
FWPD said the owner of a store was robbed in the parking lot.
Police have asked for the public’s help to find the culprit, and Crime Stoppers has offered a cash reward for information.
Phillex M. Braster admitted to robbing Moudassir S. Ibrahim in March in an incident at the Chapel Oaks Apartments complex that left his victim paralyzed from a gunshot wound.
A school employee told police the girl was trying to smoke the marijuana by lighting a plastic baggie of it in a restroom at her elementary school,
A jury convicted Charles Whittington of two counts of murder in the February 5 deaths.
Fort Wayne police say it appears to just be a coincidence that both men, wanted for separate killings, were arrested on the same day in Atlanta.
The owner of an Ohio funeral home where 11 bodies were found in various states of decay has pleaded no contest to abuse of corpse charges.
Police raided a home in the 3200 block of Fairfield Avenue and found marijuana, including “marijuana candy.”
The shooting took place early Sunday evening in Butler and police were able to determine what happened based on an eyewitness account.
A confidential informant led investigators to a spot where a “snitch” was reportedly shot and buried, court documents said.
Two people died and two people were critically injured in a shooting early Monday morning in Indianapolis
Police say a northwest Ohio man was drunk when he had his 9-year-old neighbor drive him to a gas station to buy barbecue sauce for their chicken dinner.
A group is offering $500 for the return of a piece of history after it was stolen from South Milford last month.