Police in Lima, Ohio say Donald Pugh sent them a picture of himself in a sport coat and sunglasses along with a message stating, “Here is a better photo that one is terrible.”
Police said the teen had headed to the bus stop but apparently decided he wasn’t going to school and came back home through a back door.
Fort Wayne police said the quick thinking of Kroger employees helped them put two women accused of stealing purses behind bars.
Officials say they suspect an ex-boyfriend of the mother broke into the apartment and committed the crimes.
Twenty-seven-year-old Brent Allen South fled the crash on foot, leaving two children to be rescued by a bystander.
Anthony Davis Jr. remains in critical condition at a local hospital, suffering from a gunshot wound to the face.
The Fort Wayne Police Department has released additional details, including the identity of the officer and man involved in a shooting over the weekend.
Authorities are investigating after the 14-year-old quarterhorse was found in a pool of blood at the Crossroads Stables in Decatur. A reward is being offered for information.
Police are investigating and say the forklift used to lift the machine off its foundation was stolen from a construction site about a mile away.
According to information filed with the court, the incident happened at a female acquaintance’s apartment who called 911 to report she had an unwanted guest.
A witness told NewsChannel 15 he saw an FWPD officer fire two shots at a suspect who wasn’t listening to orders to drop his weapon.
It happened at a Shell Gas Station on W. Coliseum Blvd.
Detectives found several baggies of synthetic marijuana and about $400 in cash.
Mark Emerson, 25, is accused of killing 25-year-old Cody J. Gay and forcing his estranged wife and children to flee with him.
Michael Shoun sliced his victim from her chest to groin and removed her kidney and small intestine at his home near Elkhart in November 2013.
The lawyer representing the plaintiff in the case said Allen County has known about the lack of funding and overloading of cases for public defenders for more than a decade.
The former officer was serving as treasurer and secretary for the Blue Knights, a motorcycle group made up of active and retired law enforcement officers.
Employees were in the stores’ stock room Thursday morning when armed men came in through the loading dock doors.
Robert L. Persley, 58, and Brenda K. Buckley, 42, both of Wabash, were arrested on narcotics and gun-related charges.
The lawsuit claims Calvin Wilson was given a court-appointed attorney who didn’t meet him until two weeks later after a hearing.