The Fort Wayne Police Department responded to an apartment complex on the city’s southeast side Monday night.
Weaver testified at trial that she had been in denial about the pregnancy and thought the baby was already dead when she put the newborn in the trash bag. She tearfully apologized in court.
The arrests were part of “Operation Blue Thunder.”
The boy’s mother has been arrested and charge with endangering the welfare of a child and a weapons violation.
Police say a man in his 20s asked to meet for confession and then took out a handgun and assaulted the priest.
Authorities say he molested three children over a 12-year period.
Sheriff Troy Nehls says the shooting apparently climaxed a family argument, but the reason for the argument remains unclear.
It happened early Saturday mornng near High Street and St. Marys Ave. One man was taken to the hospital in serious condition after he was injured in a fight or shot. Someone involved ran to a nearby home and was coaxed out by police after a short standoff.
Police say the group traveled from Fort Wayne to La Porte County in order to sell methamphetamine.
An Indiana State Trooper pulled over a van for following another vehicle too closely on Thursday and after a K-9 detected the presence of drugs, a search of the vehicle turned up LSD, pot, meth, cocaine and prescription drugs.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich said during a Wednesday news conference that it’s “somewhat unbelievable the amount of drugs that were sold.”
The attempted robbery took place at the Kroger in New Haven early Monday morning. The suspect knocked down a store clerk before running out of the store.
Police said the man shoved a Kroger employee to the ground in an attempt to gain access to a cash register.
The six people were arrested early Tuesday morning following a six-week long investigation into illegal drug activity.
The body of Jacqueline Vanduyn, 52, was found around 12:15 a.m. on April 25 in her apartment in the 7900 block of Decatur Road.
Police said they will not back down in their efforts to investigate and stop the gang gun violence.
Fort Wayne Police Officer Robert Hollo shot the 17-year-old boy Tuesday afternoon, however no weapon was found nearby. The revelation came during a news conference Wednesday morning.
A detailed look at each of the 46 homicides to date, which breaks the previous record set in 2013.
Teenage boys are at the center of the recent string of violence in Fort Wayne over the last week.
Police were called just before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to the 2800 block of Smith Street, near the Whitney M. Young Early Childhood Center, on a report of shots fired there.