It took more than 10 hours and about 100 law enforcement officers to catch the escapee charged with felony murder in the death of a Georgia sheriff.
Police say officers found the man behind the university’s Delta Zeta house after one of the sorority members reported seeing him in the bathroom while she was showering.
Anthony W. Hodge, 46, was shot to death by Officer Nicholas Lichtsinn June 13 at a St. Marys Avenue home.
An Allen County judge sentenced 21-year-old William Reiske on Monday after relatives and friends asked for a suspended sentence or probation.
A Paulding County, Ohio man who walked away from authorities while on a medical furlough has been captured by authorities in Michigan after the car he was traveling in with a female accomplice broke down in extreme northern Michigan.
Jeremee K. Coney, 31, was initially charged with aggravated battery related to the August stabbing death of Donald B. Jacquay.
16-year-old Seth Corwin was killed when police say a drunk Bryce Paxson crashed his pickup into the teen’s home Friday night.
The officer was suspended for two days after writing in support of the challenger in Terre Haute’s mayoral election.
Purdue police say 44-year-old Neil Albee of Monticello was arrested late Saturday night behind the Delta Zeta house after the woman noticed him in the bathroom and her sorority sisters called police.
Police are looking for the vehicle involved, which they believe is an older Chevy truck with a light bar on top.
The victim was found along North Monmouth Road Saturday morning.
Jay County investigators said a man with a preliminary BAC of .175 drove through a house in Pennville Friday night.
The parents admitted to locking the 8-year-old, whom they believed to be autistic, in his room and letting him out every couple of hours, court documents said.
The street value of the drugs found in the semi was estimated to be worth about $2 million.
The Paulding County inmate failed to return to jail after being granted a medical furlough.
An attempted armed robbery was reported around 11:30 a.m. at the Public Service Credit Union at 3425 Hobson Road.
Dustin A. Germaine, 30, of Fort Wayne, faces a felony charge of torturing or mutilating a vertebrate animal for an Aug. 23 incident.
Police found several shell casings at a gas station, but have yet to confirm if that’s where the victim was shot.
The victim was hospitalized in serious condition after being shot in the ankle, according to Fort Wayne police.
The video was recorded at approximately 3:30 in the morning in Fort Wayne on the October 13. The pickup is believed to be loaded with roofing supplies and tools.