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.
Police in central Indiana say they arrested a groom after he allegedly sunk his teeth into his bride’s arm during a fight hours after their marriage.
A Crime Stoppers tip led police to a man who apparently admitted to hitting a man in the middle of the road and then leaving.
FWPD executed a search warrant in the 4100 block of Robinwood Lane Tuesday evening.
57-year-old Larry McKinley of Sturgis, Mich. is facing several charges after a traffic stop in LaGrange County Tuesday evening.
Indiana State Police and the United States Postal Inspection Service seized seven parcels mailed from California bound for five different Fort Wayne residences.
A woman depositing money for her employer told police the man grabbed the envelope from the bank counter and then took off running.
James P. Denaway of Bristol was found just before noon Monday unconscious and unresponsive in his cell. Foul play has been ruled out.
The mom faces a felony charge after investigators found no evidence she had made reasonable efforts to make sure her 15-year-old daughter showed up for classes at her high school.
A man called police and said his brother was found sleeping on the couch and refused to leave.
The woman was indicted in December and has pleaded not guilty to charges including involuntary manslaughter, child endangering and permitting child abuse.