Police shot Joseph S. Schroeder at a North Stony Run Lane home Oct. 6 after they found him standing over the child with “two large-edged weapons.”
The two Lavonia officers were making a traffic stop Monday evening in northeast Georgia near a restaurant when officials say the 22-year-old Gordon opened fire. Both officers were hit.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the gunrunner’s convictions for buying guns at Indiana gun shows, then reselling them in Illinois and rejected his argument that Facebook photos of himself surrounded by guns shouldn’t have been admissible.
When officers arrived at the scene of the shooting, they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds, one dead, another seriously hurt.
According to investigators, a student at West Noble High School went to California and Colorado to bring marijuana and marijuana-laced items back to Indiana.
A man left empty-handed after attempting an armed robbery at the Phillips 66 station on S. Calhoun Street early Saturday. As of 10 a.m. the FWPD has not said whether or not the suspect has been found.
A UPS driver is being credited with saving a woman who was beaten and being held captive in her home by her own husband.
A detective from Allen County told Yorktown police that the girl said she had been in a sexual relationship with Dobbs for two months. Allen County detectives found sexual messages on her school computer.
Police successfully managed to escort the male subject outside of the home and into a police vehicle 4 hours into the incident after a chemical agent was introduced into the home.
Police said the man is a suspect in the hold-up of the Eddie’s Quick Mart in the 4200 block of N. Clinton Street, near Coliseum Blvd., just before 11 p.m. Sunday.
One person was pronounced dead, another person was reported in critical condition, and a third person is in serious condition.
According to court docs, 20-year-old Branston Stone Secrest told police officers his father accused him of stealing his dirtbike and then tried to attack and choke him. Secrest then told officers he shot his father 13 times.
Fort Wayne Police were called just after 1 p.m. Tuesday to the Family Dollar store at 7401 S. Anthony Blvd., at the intersection with Tillman Road, on a report of an armed robbery.
The pursuit took place late Monday evening in Henry County and ended after stop sticks were used by police.
A member of a Massachusetts town’s school committee charged with assaulting a man with frozen fish patties has been ordered to attend anger management classes.
The alleged robbery took place Saturday in the parking lot of a Fort Wayne apartment complex and involved a man posing as a police officer.
The shooting took place Saturday evening at a Fort Wayne apartment complex in what may have been a a drive-by.
The most recent incident happened at the Marathon gas station in the 4300 block of N. Clinton Street around 11:00 Sunday night. The first happened at a Dollar General Sunday morning.
Officers responded to a burglary call and fired shots at a nearby call. A state police sergeant said it wasn’t immediately clear whether shots were fired at the officers and whether those in the car that had crashed were wounded by the officers.
Officers were dispatched around 7:40 a.m. to the store, located at 6320 Bluffton Road.