The victim’s ex-husband called 911 to report he received a text that said she had shot. The text added: “It’s best for you, she’ll never be faithful.”
A 25-year-old Angola man is being held without bond in the death of his father.
It’s only Tuesday, but it’s already been a very busy week for FWPD’s Vice and Narcotics Division. They had two drug busts Monday night alone.
An Illinois police department has released a picture of a car with a large tree lodged in its front grill in an attempt to deter people from drinking and driving.
Franklin J. Dent’s sister allegedly threatened to kill another woman if she testified in the case, which prompted Judge Fran Gull to call a mistrial.
Officers found meth, marijuana and syringes inside a room at the Knights Inn on Goshen Road which led to the arrests of a man and woman.
The investigation is connected to heroin sales and use.
An inmate reported having sexual contact with the prison guard on two different occasions.
The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department spent nearly two months investigating two separate burglary cases around the same area.
The father drove his adult daughter to Dayton to buy heroin because she was becoming ill from withdrawal symptoms according to police
Police were called to Las Lomas Mexican Grill at 2202 Fairfield Ave. shortly after 3:30 a.m. Police found a suspect in a nearby yard, buried in a hole
One of the men was arrested during a traffic stop on I-69.
The charges stem from a fire that killed five people who were working at the husband’s restaurant and lived in his home.
A driver now faces multiple drug related charges after marijuana was found in his truck.
The New Jersey man fatally punched his girlfriend’s toddler daughter when the child wouldn’t let him comb her hair after a bath.
The victim worked for Walmart and was trying to stop a man from shoplifting when the stabbing took place.
A missing surgery sponge was left in a man’s chest, near his heart, for eight years.
Police believe the two children victims were in a car in a parking lot where the shooting happened.
Police responded to a 911 call about family trouble. When officers arrived, they heard someone in the back of the house trying to escape.
Members of the Islamic Community of Greater Fort Wayne are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person or people who killed two young men and a teenager.