Twenty-four-year-old Austin Williams pleaded guilty Monday to federal charges of producing, receiving and distributing child pornography and coercing minors into sexually explicit conduct.
A 17-year-old was found dead nearly 40 years ago and now police think the identity of a musical group that performed the night she disappeared may help them move forward on the case.
After getting a call about two toddlers wandering alone, an officer kicked through a locked door and jumped into a pool – with her full uniform on – to save one of them from nearly drowning.
Strong told Fort Wayne police she threw her infant daughter against a wall because she couldn’t get the baby to stop crying, according to the January police report.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department said an Evansville man’s blood-alcohol content was 0.26 when he was stopped with his two children in the car.
Huckelby was originally charged with institutional criminal mischief, a Class C felony, but his plea agreement reduced that charge to a Class D felony.
A man authorities say claimed to be linked to a former Indiana couple who fatally shot two Las Vegas police officers is facing intimidation charges after allegedly threatening an Indiana Supreme Court justice, a second judge and two law enforcement officers.
FWPD continue to investigate two separate shootings Saturday that left one man dead and another in fair condition.
A teen is in serious, but stable condition after being shot in the chest at an IHOP early Sunday morning.
According to the Indiana State Police Indianapolis post, the pursuit ended in a crash near I-465 and I-74 in Marion County.
A man is dead after an confirmed shooting on the city’s southeast side.
The man police said is responsible for an armed robbery at IAB Financial bank in Harlan Ind. was arrested Friday.
The suspect told police he had been bringing heroin into this country from Mexico by hiding the drugs in his rectum.
K-9 Tyson helped deputies nab a man police say was seen inside a building with flashlight.
The Marengo man and a second man who’s also wanted on murder charges in the killings remain at large.
The suspect ran off after police pulled him over, leaving the two kids in the vehicle. He was found hiding under water in a ditch after being tracked by a police dog.
Thirty-six-year-old Ricardo Mendoza of Union City is being held at the Randolph County Jail on a $300,000 bond. He faces three counts of attempted murder.
Police said the man who barricaded himself inside his home has a history with officers and possibly suffers from a mental illness.
Police say several people in a car went around throwing rocks at other drivers on the road Monday: knocking out windows, and sending one man to the hospital.
Officials pursued the Monte Carlo and that is when Bose accelerated to a high rate of speed (more than 100 mph) attempting to avoid law enforcement. Deputies also say he tried to ram into their vehicle.