As police had 22-year-old Sarah E. Baltera’s car towed, they found a plastic container with crushed Percocet, and a glass bowl with burnt marijuana inside.
Police also collected 700 grams of chemicals used to produce spice, a pound of marijuana and over $20,000 in cash.
Police say the woman used the app Periscope to live stream her actions while driving around Lakeland, Florida.
Michael A. Anderson had been on the run since 2012. Last month, police asked for the public’s help in locating him.
The Omaha Police Homicide Unit has an arrest warrant out for Michael Nolt, 53, who is from the Fort Wayne and New Haven area.
The physically and mentally disabled teenager, then 15, was found severely malnourished and neglected inside the home she shared with her grandparents last December.
Police in Lafayette arrested a man early Monday morning after they say he tried to break into a ground level apartment.
Police said the victim is in critical condition after the incident broke out at The Pantry on N. Wells Street.
Police said one victim was found at the scene and another two showed up at the hospital with stab wounds.
Detectives are reviewing surveillance video to develop a description of the men that could be released at a later time.
Irwin Elementary School was briefly placed on lockdown while police looked for suspect in an armed robbery in the 3500 block of Robinwood Drive.
Police said an 18-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man were both shot as a crowd gathered along Bowser Street Thursday evening.
Ayad Al-Shaibani, who owned the Calhoun Market on South Calhoun Street, must repay more than $1.7 million, the court ordered.
The vandalism caused thousands of dollars in damage to multiple cars in Garrett early Wednesday morning.
Police were tipped off Monday morning about a wanted man who was staying at a home at 1011 Village Green Drive in Angola.
The conviction drew criticism from some people who said the feticide law, which was originally billed as a way to protect pregnant women from violent attacks, could not be used to prosecute women for having legally questionable abortions.
Fort Wayne police have released a surveillance photo of one of the two men believed to be involved in a series of thefts from vehicles at gas stations that have taken place while the victim was pumping gas.
Police were called around noon Monday to the area around the Hanna and Oxford streets intersection on a report of a shooting.
The suspect eventually came out of the home in the 1600 block of Fitchburg Place just after 7 a.m. He was taken to a local hospital for an evaluation.
Police were called to a gas station and movie theater about 45 minutes apart Sunday night.