The man arrested Friday was convicted in 2013 of sexual misconduct with a minor.
Some solutions that came out of the summit were treating drug overdose scenes as crime scenes and using an anti-overdose drug to save lives.
Bob Leonard faces more than 50 charges for his role in an Indianapolis house explosion that killed two people and damaged nearly 80 homes in November 2012.
Authorities responded to reports of a shooting at a home near Charlestown, Indiana at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday and found the 14-year-old victim suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators haven’t said if anything was taken or if a weapon was used during the robbery.
Officers arrested the suspect as he was heading out of the Dollar General at 14550 Amstutz Road in Leo and police are looking into whether he might be responsible for other robberies.
Several people called 911 reporting they heard anywhere from ten to 40 gunshots. The victim’s injuries were not considered life-threatening.
Shadari Gardner said lessons from her mom helped her get out of the terrifying situation.
Allen County will be fully reimbursed, but could pay around $200,000 to cover the trial costs. That figure takes into account everything from juror lunches to office supplies.
K-9 Duke completed 500 hours of training in narcotic searches, aggression control work, building searches, tracking, article searches and obedience.
A former radio talk show host and her adult daughter were found strangled and beaten to death Sunday in and near their home.
Bob Leonard faces murder, arson and conspiracy charges following the blast. Two people died and 80 homes were damaged during the explosion.
The man’s half- brother is already serving two life sentences for his role in the 2012 house explosion that devastated a subdivision.
Don McLean was arrested and posted bail Monday.
Nikolas Layton was charged Friday with one count each of dealing and possession of cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to deal.
Danville Officer Thomas Cottrell was found dead on the ground behind the Danville Municipal Building just before midnight and his service weapon had been taken and his cruiser was missing.
Both had ligature marks on their necks indicating they had been tied up or bound and the coroner lists both deaths as homicides.
The former New England Patriots player is accused of killing two Boston men after an encounter at a Boston nightclub.
The man faces a total of 15 charges after his arrest on Friday.
The husband was transported to a hospital in Fort Wayne for treatment.