The pursuit took place late Monday evening in Henry County and ended after stop sticks were used by police.
A member of a Massachusetts town’s school committee charged with assaulting a man with frozen fish patties has been ordered to attend anger management classes.
The alleged robbery took place Saturday in the parking lot of a Fort Wayne apartment complex and involved a man posing as a police officer.
The shooting took place Saturday evening at a Fort Wayne apartment complex in what may have been a a drive-by.
The most recent incident happened at the Marathon gas station in the 4300 block of N. Clinton Street around 11:00 Sunday night. The first happened at a Dollar General Sunday morning.
Officers responded to a burglary call and fired shots at a nearby call. A state police sergeant said it wasn’t immediately clear whether shots were fired at the officers and whether those in the car that had crashed were wounded by the officers.
Officers were dispatched around 7:40 a.m. to the store, located at 6320 Bluffton Road.
Police found a man suffering from gunshot wounds at a Marion apartment complex. An investigation indicated that the victim was involved in an altercation with another man and threw a brick into the man’s window. At which point, the victim was shot.
The FWPD responded to a 1st Source Bank on report of an armed robbery on Saturday morning. Three suspects were later arrested, each on one count of felony robbery.
A jury convicted the man in the June 2014 death of his 22-month-old son. Police were suspicious from the start and took Harris into custody in the strip mall parking lot where he had pulled over and removed his son’s lifeless body from the SUV.
According to the Fort Wayne Police Department, the male suspect entered the bank and presented a note to the bank teller demanding cash, which indicated that he was armed with a weapon.
The victim met the alleged suspect online invited the suspect to a room in student housing where the alleged assault happened.
Forty-five-year-old Gary Thompson was sentenced Friday to 30 years, with 10 years suspended, and two years of probation under a plea agreement.
Police went to the Leesburg home after receiving a tip about a “suspicious vehicle.” They found the synthetic marijuana and dealing items inside.
A rural Steuben County man was charged with crimes connected to a burglary in Williams County, Ohio.
Jurors have convicted the day care provider in the death fo a 19-month-old boy that was in her care. Authorities ruled the boy died of blunt force injuries.
A 1953 Fender Twin Amplifier valued at $20,000 was taken from Speaker Warehouse at 1707 N. Harrison St.
Police said someone kicked in the back door and started shooting.
The Marathon at East State Boulevard and Crescent Avenue has been robbed several times in the last few weeks.
Fort Wayne Police Chief Steve Reed talks why 2016 is the deadliest year on record and what police are doing to curb violence.