Police have found the blue Ford Explorer used during a Monday morning bank robbery in Ashley, but not the three men who held it up.
Three Kosciusko County residents are behind bars for allegedly being involved in a white supremacist gang that had plotted to kill another person.
Two FWPD officers are on paid administrative leave. The one who fired the gun is a ten-year veteran of the force. The other officer has only been with the force since May.
One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting. This is the first officer-involved shooting in Fort Wayne since 2013.
He told officers he was sleeping with a gun on the floor next to his bed and was awakened by the sound of the gun discharging.
Police responded to a robbery call on the west side of Indianapolis.
Authorities believe he robbed an Anderson, Indiana, bank Wednesday.
The man bought cars advertised on Craigslist and then stole the money back at gunpoint and kept the vehicles has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for the scheme.
Police said Stamos was first taken to a hospital because of a possible medical condition.
The fight, which also involved the woman’s young son, was recorded by a customer at a suburban Indianapolis Walmart and has received national attention.
The man fled Indiana after police issued a warrant for failing to register as a sex offender in Steuben County.
The minivan was stolen from the parking lot of the Warsaw Walmart and wrecked before the owners, who were inside shopping, even knew it had been taken according to the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department.