Police believe a 17-year-old pulled a gun and shot two people Thursday evening in Mercer County, Ohio after they physically took drugs from him that he had intended to sell them.
Frank H. Tracy Jr. is wanted for the death of Hannah Fischer. She was found inside an apartment at 119 W. Perry St. on Tuesday.
Andrew M. Rumsey, 19, was reportedly angry that the driver of a car that flipped in a Feb. 4 crash on Nuttman Avenue that killed his girlfriend has not been charged.
The big break in the investigations came when officers arrested a man who driven off when they had tried to pull him over.
Employees and patrons who witnessed the attack at an Ohio restaurant helped authorities track down the fleeing suspect, who was fatally shot in a confrontation with officers a few miles away.
Hannah Fischer’s body was found just before 5 p.m. Tuesday inside an apartment. While police have yet to release many details, a GoFundMe account set up to pay for her funeral expenses claims she was “brutally beaten to death.”
A probable cause affidavit says the officer illegally cropped the ears of multiple dogs, shooting them with ketamine to immobilize them.
Federal prosecutors have appealed a judge’s decision to allow the former coach to live with his parents while he faces charges that he enticed a 15-year-old girl into a sexual relationship.
Triceton Bickford faces multiple felony charges, including intimidation, strangulation and battery, in the alleged Oct. 17 attack on a Muslim woman in Bloomington.
Earl Taylor was previously convicted for killing his second wife and served 25 years before he was released in 2014, only to be arrested six months later for the murder of his first wife.
His family’s wholesome reality TV show, “19 Kids and Counting,” was pulled from the TLC network in May over revelations that he had molested four sisters and a baby sitter.
Ohio Trooper John Williams is far from the rigid, citation-writing machine he appears.
It happened early Sunday morning at Shell Spee-D-Mart on CR 200 W.
A Gary police officer on patrol noticed the vehicle’s driver’s side door was open Friday night.
He wrote in a posting that said he expected to go to prison but was forced to kill Alfonso following years of physical abuse.
A K9 police track ended at a nearby business, however no one was arrested.
The gas stations were among 13 businesses around the city that were served search warrants on Thursday.
FWPD said speeds reached more than 80 miles-per-hour on Nuttman Avenue.
If the bill passes, Indiana State Police will run the database. Anyone who has committed a crime against children would have to register.
Shana Hancock, 42, pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge of battery and two misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and public intoxication.