Police arrested a man accused of using a knife to cut the victim in the head, hand and torso.
The cause of their deaths was among the details revealed in an arrest affidavit read in court Sunday afternoon.
Indiana authorities found a pattern of him prescribing high-dose narcotics for addiction and not the treatment of chronic pain.
This wasn’t the first time the man had trespassed at the barn. Arrest papers showed he got caught four years ago.
The nine women and three men said they could not reach a unanimous verdict on each of the 24 murder counts.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department is urging parents or guardians to sign-up for alerts for sexual offenders in their area.
A jury deliberated for about six and a half hours over two days. The sentence will be announced at 7 p.m. ET Friday.
Michael Rafael Suarez of Ypsilanti, Michigan pleaded guilty to false pretenses.
Eighteen-year-old Robert Bever and his 16-year-old brother, Michael Bever, are charged with first-degree murder in the July 22 attack that left their parents and three siblings dead.
The crash happened on State Road 1 back in April. The driver crossed the center line and hit a vehicle head-on.
Investigators believe meth labs and materials to make meth were dumped from a bridge over Pigeon Creek.
Barnes told the court, “It shatters my heart to know that I belong there … until my dying breath, I will forever be haunted by this nightmare.”
A trooper who pulled over a car in New Castle, Indiana for a broken headlight believes a passenger had planned to smuggle drugs and cell phones that were found inside the car into a prison.
The woman said she didn’t realize she had been shot until they drove off, at which point they drove to Parkview Hospital, she told police.
The suspect was stopped after police identified his van based on their investigation of a stabbing at a mobile home several hours earlier.
The man was shot in the 3300 block of West Branning Avenue just before 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Police say the ring operated in Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Madison, Marion and Shelby counties.
Zhanelle R. Link’s body was found in a trash can back in May. She had been reported missing by her foster family in December of last year.