When a text message blast was sent for an Amber Alert Tuesday but not for the one on Monday, 15 Finds Out went to the Indiana State Police for answers.
Autopsies performed Tuesday have determined that 7-year-old LIliana Hernandez and her 6-year-old brother Rene Pasztor died of asphyxiation and their deaths have been ruled homicides according to James P. Elliott, Chief Deputy with the Elkhart County Coroner’s Office.
The boy died Sunday in Mercer County, Ohio after suffering serious injuries. The man who had been babysitting the him is being held by authorities on a probation violation.
The alert was issued for the Greenwood, Indiana girl after police thought she had been abducted by her non-custodial mother. She was found safe and unharmed.
The Allen County Sheriff’s Department and the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office will hold a press conference at 4:15 p.m. to update the public on Monday’s Amber Alert following the abduction of two children from their home who were found dead in Elkhart County.
Authorities are continuing to gather information as they try to determine why a mother charged with murder would have killed her two children who were the subject of a statewide Amber Alert on Monday.
Amber Pasztor was driving Frank Macomber’s car when authorities issued an Amber Alert following the abduction of two of her children Monday. They believe Macomber was killed prior to the abduction.
When police arrived on the scene they found a man inside the home suffering from a gunshot wound and in serious condition.
Jamarkis Javon Carter was shot to death late Monday in a driveway in the 4400 block of Warsaw Street in Fort Wayne.
Prosecutors said the father failed to seek medical attention for his son after he sustained fatal head injuries, and then set fires to the infant’s bedroom to try to cover up the cause of death.
The beating took place Sunday afternoon in LaGrange County and the victim had to be airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital for treatment.
The disappearance of Liliana Hernandez and Rene Pasztor prompted a statewide Amber Alert. Police are still looking for Frank Macomber – a man thought to be with Amber Pasztor.
A Fort Wayne man is facing multiple drug-related charges.
EST members attempted to verbally order the suspects out of the apartment via a loud speaker, and the suspects failed to respond.
The shooting happened around 3 a.m. Sunday at Early Birds on Wells Street. The suspect was taken into police custody.
It was reported around 10:45 p.m. in the 3000 block of Senate Avenue.
Chris Wayne Arnett Jr., 40, is wanted for failure to appear on a slew of charges including theft, battery and drug possession.
The 22-year-old girl’s body was found in a vacant lot about 10 miles from IU’s Bloomington campus.
Dr. John C. Mathew, who practiced with the Huntington Medical Group, is accused of raping and groping a former employee.
LaGrange County Prosecutor Gregory J. Kenner announced Thursday that a police officer’s actions were reasonable and legally justified when he shot at a suspect involved in a multi-county chase back in August.