Police believed a red SUV was connected to a shooting on St. Mary’s Avenue early Thursday morning.
No one was hurt at Eddie’s Quick Mart on N. Clinton early Saturday morning.
Police are still investigating the possibility of a second suspect in the robbery of a Dollar General store.
A Fort Wayne man faces five charges in connection with a drug raid last week at a home on Third Street.
Fort Wayne police didn’t have to go very far to capture a man who admitted to robbing the pharmacy in order to get painkillers. He told officers he takes 150 methadone pills a day.
Police have a good description of the robber based on information from employees and surveillance video and they also believe they know what kind of getaway vehicle he used.
The prosecutor in the case said the step-mom put the child in water estimated at around 130 degrees for at least 20 minutes and resented being his primary caregiver.
Police were called around 1:15 a.m. Saturday to the the AEP facility located at 3500 Landin Road on a report of a theft in progress.
On Dec. 15, a woman told police two men carjacked her minivan while at a train crossing and robbed and sexually assaulted her.
A Mercer County, Ohio homeowner found two people on his property early Sunday morning and despite being held at gunpoint, one of them managed to get away according to police.
A 19-year-old IU student says the assault occurred early Sunday about one block east of campus.
The case began in July 2013 when a cable television worker reported a putrid smell coming from a garage shared by the defendant at the apartment building.
Officers were serving a search warrant where they discovered various drug items related to cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
The officer was also injured after a pursuit and struggle.
This was the 28th meth bust for the Meth Suppression Team since the beginning of the year, a number that’s increased compared to the same date last year.
A suburban Cleveland man had a friend pose as a threatening ex-convict during a test to see whether his teenagers would let a stranger into their home.
One of the defendant’s attorneys said her client livestreamed the rape of her 17-year-old friend with a social media app to record the assault as evidence.
April Marie Tinsley was abducted April 1, 1988, from her south-central Fort Wayne neighborhood. She was found dead three days later.
An officer tells NewsChannel 15 the man was sitting on the sidewalk when he heard shots, ducked for cover and was hit in the lower leg.
Indiana State Police have said the man charged deputies in a “highly agitated manner” after being struck with several charges from a stun gun and ignoring officers’ verbal commands.