Denell J. Roberts, the girl’s guardian, admitted to felony charges of battery and neglect. The girl died from head injuries and had signs of prior physical abuse.
Around 6 a.m. Friday, Van Wert Police arrived at a home at 515 E. Crawford St. A neighbor speculated there were drugs being moved in and out of the home.
Jared Fogle’s motion filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis also argues that the parents may be responsible for the girl’s injuries alleged in a civil lawsuit against him.
A university official says a 20-year-old man with a carry permit had a holstered gun when someone reported him to police.
Medical examinations found the toddler suffered fatal blunt force trauma to his abdomen and that he had previously suffered physical abuse.
The incident began with a chase through Fort Wayne’s south side. Witnesses said after both vehicles crash, the suspect pointed a gun and fired 2-7 shots.
A hit and run was reported just before 9 a.m. within the Wells Street Mobile Home Park in the 3100 block of North Wells Street.
Morgan Govan, 37, faces two counts of Aggravated Battery, three counts of Criminal Confinement, and one count each of Possession of a Narcotic Drug and Intimidation.
Fort Wayne Police said said several parked cars have had their windows shot out with a BB gun. According to police a newer four-door Hyundai passenger vehicle with “LED” fog lights could be involved in the crimes.
State police and sheriff’s deputies found the marijuana growing in a home on Monday.
Police were led on a chase from New Haven to Van Wert early Tuesday morning.
The man told police a woman he knew had stabbed him and she had left the scene before officers arrived.
The victim, who has been identified as a 24-year-old Fort Wayne man, was gunned down late Monday evening on the city’s southeast side.
Defiance College was placed on a lock down around 11 a.m. A Defiance Police Department dispatcher would only they were investigating a shots fired report.
The individuals, all 19, have been charged with criminal recklessness. It’s not clear who fired the shot that killed the 17-year-old.
The prisoner had been sentenced on attempted murder and felony assault charges after he was found guilty in July of shooting a man in the face.
Marianne Matchette allegedly used company credit cards and personal checking accounts for her own benefit to the tune of nearly $157,000.
Police were called just before 9 p.m. Wednesday by a woman who said she was being chased in her car by a driver along Lexington Avenue from Harrison Street to Fairfield Avenue.
Police hope more people keep giving them information in crimes after witness tips lead to three quick homicide arrests.
Deputies found suspected liquid methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, equipment and material commonly used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.