Police said two young men got away with an undisclosed amount of cash at a Cecil gas station.
The deputy was indicted on charges of murder, reckless homicide, involuntary manslaughter and tampering with evidence.
The former Wayne High School teacher received the maximum sentencing he could under his plea agreement.
Vicxon Gray, 16, admitted to assisting a criminal in the July shooting death of Melvin Palmer III. He had faced murder, felony murder and robbery charges.
The officer faces charges alleging that he sold prescription medications from his marked patrol car while on duty with the Anderson, Indiana Police Department.
The drug raid netted 180 grams of synthetic marijuana and resulted in two arrests.
Police were tipped off after they received reports of a suspicious odor coming from the residence.
The woman had moved to a new address, but had failed to notify authorities, which resulted in a warrant being issued for her arrest.
LaGrange County sheriff’s deputies discovered methamphetamine, marijuana and other drug-related items inside a home Friday morning.
Police said two suspects made the employee drive back to the bank so they could steal money.
Russell Taylor pleaded guilty to 13 federal crimes during his sentencing hearing — 12 counts of child exploitation and one count of distributing child pornography.
Adam C. Rice, 27, is charged with failure to stop after an accident that resulted in death in the Jan. 20 death of 29-year-old Jacob E. Beck.
A man who authorities say was growing marijuana in a central Florida storage unit panicked when he heard a police helicopter hovering nearby and called 911 to surrender.
Investigators believe the four people were killed during a botched robbery at an Indianapolis drug house in early 2014.
A grand jury charged 32-year-old Ronald Exantus on Wednesday for the fatally stabbing Logan Dean Tipton while he was sleeping.
A federal judge was scheduled Thursday to sentence Russell Taylor, who agreed in September to plead guilty to child exploitation and child porn charges.
The Salin Bank & Trust at 6433 E. State Blvd. was reportedly robbed just before 4 p.m. Wednesday.
The three originally were found guilty of murder in the October 2012 death of an accomplice fatally shot by a homeowner after they broke into a house.
Engle Road was closed for about six hours due to damage to a utility pole and power lines.
The Hartford City man on parole for previous robberies is now in custody facing new charges.