Fort Wayne police are searching for the driver of a vehicle who gave a ride to homicide victim and U.S. veteran Stephania Bartlett nearly 12 hours before she was found shot to death in alley in early January.
Auburn Police successfully escorted a barricaded man and known fugitive out of the home five hours after they initially arrived. Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy said that the man, wanted for a home invasion in DeKalb County, was initially making threats he would not be taken out alive.
The robbery took place just before 8 a.m. at a Fifth Third Bank branch. Police are looking for two suspects and the FBI is also involved in the investigation.
Prosecutors say the man accepted orders through Facebook and Snapchat, and arranged delivery of the drug in a neighborhood where police have made many drug busts in recent years.
According to court documents, a man came up behind three people in the parking lot of Pro Bowl West and punched them in the jaw. The man also punched a Fort Wayne police officer.
The Ohio mom caught the attention of authorities when she went on Facebook to livestream what she had done.
The traffic stop took place Tuesday in Fulton County, Indiana west of Fort Wayne and resulted in the arrest of four people on multiple charges.
Police said they found three handguns, marijuana, edible marijuana products, hash oil and heroin in a home in the 600 block of Russell Avenue.
The man reportedly threatened to blow up the Walgreens on Bluffton Road if the pharmacist did not hand over narcotics.
49-year-old Tamara Olis is being charged with conspiracy to commit perjury and conspiracy to commit murder.
Breanna Arnold was sentenced to 20 years in prison for felony dealing in methamphetamine. Neglect charges related to the death of her 3-year-old son were dropped.
Allen County saw a record 49 homicides in 2016. The Fort Wayne Police Department will hire 28 new police officers to combat the rise in violent crime.
Three people were arrested by the Heroin Interdiction Team in Mercer County, Ohio. One of the suspects had heroin and a syringe hidden in her vagina.
Seth Coffing, head coach of Garrett’s boys basketball team, was arrested Jan. 8 at the Tiki Bob’s nightclub hours after his Railroaders played a game against Central Noble at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
A man told police that on New Year’s Eve, he came out of Crazy Pinz along Northland Boulevard to find that the back window of his 2010 Acura MDX had been smashed out and his wife’s purse, stolen.
Police in Anderson responded Saturday night to a report of an armed robbery at a restaurant and tried to pull over a minivan matching the description of the vehicle involved.
Police say the 25-mile chase reached speeds topping 100 mph Saturday morning on southbound Interstate 75 before the woman’s vehicle was forced by officers into a utility pole and a ditch.
Police also have a person of interest, but are looking for a vehicle seen in the area of the shooting.
Garrett boys basketball coach Seth Coffing was arrested on battery charges at an Indianapolis nightclub hours after his Railroaders team played a game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis early Sunday morning January 8.
Three people were arrested in a narcotics search where officers recovered weapons, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, assorted prescription pills and over $3,000 in cash.