Edward D. Perrey, 50, could face more charges as state police, sheriff’s deputies and the DEA continues to look into his dealings.
A man robbed the Phil’s One Stop at 2607 Goshen Road armed with a silver handgun around 5:30 p.m. Dec. 10.
Fort Wayne police are looking for the suspect who robbed the Burger King on Illinois Road Wednesday morning.
The suspect got away with coins from the gas station on East State Boulevard.
Animal cruelty investigator Adam Herrera says the puppies were likely pit bull mixes from the same litter. He says they were probably a month or two old.
surveillance video showed the fast -food worker as he grabbed a bun, walked off to the side, brought the burger up to his mouth and walked back to finish making the burger.
Detectives obtained a search warrant after getting a tip that someone at the house was dealing drugs, including heroin and marijuana.
Officers at the prison confiscated a package containing the drugs the woman gave the inmate.
The employees were able to lock the door before an armed man was able to get inside the Public Service Credit Union.
The driver, who appeared to be under the influence of marijuana and alcohol, had three passengers in his SUV when it was pulled over in Muncie on Saturday.
Diano Gordon, 24, is charged with breaking into two homes with Larry Taylor Jr. and Jalen Watson, who are accused of killing 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn.
James B. Pinkerton has been charged for fleeing from police in a dump truck, a chase caught on video by a motorist.
An 18-year-old woman was wounded in a stabbing Sunday while she walked on a nature trail.
The man who reported the incident said a child walked up to the donation bucket and started to walk away when he noticed the bell ringer lift up his red apron.
A Boulder police spokeswoman said that detectives believe an argument led to the fatal stabbing.
A group of at least four officers ordered the man to drop the knife but had to resort to lethal force when he refused and continued to approach them.
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.