Thursday morning, officers responded to a shooting that left one person dead and another person seriously injured.
Raymond Johnson was charged with murder, robbery and aggravated battery for the attack at the Divine Stylez-n-Cutz Barbershop in Anderson.
The FBI said there is no deadline on its investigation into former Homestead High School student Triceten Bickford’s alleged attack.
The eight-year veteran officer underwent surgery Wednesday night after being shot multiple times.
Fort Wayne police said a man is in critical condition after being shot at an unknown location.
Chance Sheets, 18, and 19-year-old Tayyar Azzan were arrested around 8 a.m. Wednesday on felony warrants.
Freddie Alcantar Jr.’s attorney asked the court Wednesday to dismiss the case due to an evidence issue with a previous witness’s testimony.
Fort Wayne police issued a plea for information surrounding the shooting death of Alonna Allison: “You have details critical to the investigation.”
Triceten Bickford, a former Homestead High School student, was dismissed from IU as a “direct result of what happened over the weekend.”
Police said the suspect and an accomplice allegedly stole more than $5,600 worth of clothing from the Macy’s store at Glenbrook Mall over six different visits.
Erika Alcantar testified when she found her mother’s body, she tried to bring her back to life by scooping blood back into her neck.
Just before midnight Monday, Kendallville police tried to pulled over a vehicle near South State and South Oak streets when it sped off.
The taser was used by an officer responding as backup when a traffic stop turned violent.
On Monday, a jury was selected for the trial of the man accused of stabbing his mother- in- law to death in 2013.
A report says a 47-year-old woman was sitting at a table when a man shouted epithets and racially charged threats at her and grabbed her by the neck.
A 3-month-old is in critical condition at a hospital for a head injury.
Robert Rembert Jr., 45, pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on a $5 million bond during a court appearance in Cleveland on Friday.
Webster Lake was supposed to be a final resting place for a man who died battling cancer, but instead of saying goodbye, his family is pleading for his ashes to be returned.
Rheann Kelly was convicted along with four others for the 2002 death of Fort Wayne teenager Cheri Sue Hartman who was taken from her home, beaten, shot, and then set on fire.
Police say the woman was handcuffed in the back of the squad car, but was able to climb into the front seat and drive off while the arresting officer was completing paperwork outside of the vehicle.