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.
A decommissioned Colt machine gun that had been on display in South Milford’s center was stolen overnight.
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The girl told police 24-year-old Leon L. Harris threatened to kill her if she told anyone about the acts.
The father faces eight charges of felony child molesting, accused of forcing sex on his 4-year-old daughter between April 2014 and April 2015.
According to police, Heather Johnson used the company’s credit cards for personal expenses and gave herself a raise.
Authorities in Montpelier, Ohio found the body of a man near a trail on Sunday and the alleged killer has been apprehended in North Carolina.
The uptick, if it continues, threatens to draw resources away from other police department initiatives — and reverse some of the progress cities have made against violent crime over the last two decades.
Police were reportedly looking for a gray-colored Grand Prix that may have been involved.
Two Allen County, Ohio residents are facing multiple charges after authorities found two kilos of heroin with an estimated street value of $330,000 following an investigation by a multi-agency law enforcement task force.
JoeDasia Hunter, 20, of Fort Wayne was found dead in a car in the 300 block of East Esmond Street around 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Jeremy Washington will serve 7 years in prison for the 2014 death of Bishop Dwenger student Haley Nellum.
Officers in Tennessee responded to Walmart after two people said another car tried to run them off the road.
The 66-year-old Indiana man is accused of stabbing his adult daughter in an apparent dispute over antifreeze.
Police said someone called 911 after hearing gunfire near the intersection of Barr and Esmond Streets Sunday night.
The victim had surgery to repair a stabbing wound to the heart and died nearly a week after.
The family was leaving a restaurant when a gunman approached them in what appears to be an attempted robbery.
Prosecutors say thousands of pounds of marijuana were shipped from the Phoenix, Arizona, area to the Indianapolis homes of relatives and associates of the drug ring.