According to Muncie Police Chief Joseph Winkle, the overdoses occurred between midnight last Friday, Feb. 3, and midnight this past Sunday.
After a 20-hour manhunt for an ‘unstable’ man in Huntington, residents said police failed to provide information in a dangerous situation.
Kosciusko County Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine allegedly accepted some $40,000 in exchange for granting special privileges to an inmate at Kosciusko County Jail and a visitor to the jail.
The Allen County juries twice sentenced the now 62-year-old man to death but the Indiana Supreme Court overturned both of those sentences.
Fort Wayne police are looking for a woman who fled the scene of an alleged battery at an apartment where she is said to have beat a man in the head.
Fort Wayne police arrested Jamarcus Cain in the 4200 block of South Clinton Street.
According to police, an investigation found that an altercation between a male victim and a female caretaker led to the woman hitting the man in the head.
A former West Noble coach pleaded guilty Thursday, a year after he admitted he had engaged in a sexual relationship with a female student.
Police said the man opened the front door of a Cheesecake Factory in Pasadena, lit the device and tossed it inside Thursday night. The device landed under a table, and witnesses said the restaurant filled with smoke.
Mylinque Wallace said he was rolling a marijuana cigarette in the Villages of Hanna apartments complex Sept. 2 when he thought he was being robbed.
29-year-old Christopher Grimmett faces a murder charge for the death of 2-year-old Adalin Stamper in Nov. 2016.
Court documents say a 14-year-old charged as an adult with murder had fired gunshots at the victim’s house in retaliation against a girl who lived there.
The man accused of killing three other men in a home on Lewis Street nearly a year ago was found guilty on all charges Thursday.
Roof’s psychiatric records remain sealed, as do the transcripts from two competency hearings which were closed to the public over objections by media organizations.
It’s considered modern-day slavery; forcing people to work in labor services or the sex trade against their will through physical force or manipulation and coercion.
Authorities say the man was in Colombia illegally and pretended to be a language student at a local university.
Two people were arrested after Indiana state troopers found cocaine, marijuana and prescription drugs inside their parked car in Hendricks County.
The incident took place just off the toll road in northwest Indiana and the woman faces multiple charges including OWI and drug possession.
Officers were called to the intersection of Sherman Blvd. and Burgess Street around 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The 64-year-old reportedly turned into oncoming traffic along Jefferson Boulevard and caused a crash that killed his 75-year-old passenger.