Jeremy Tuttle was captured several days after police asked for the public’s help in locating him and another man.
Aaron Loffer was taken into custody early Wednesday afternoon after police received information that he was at a residence in Angola. However another fugitive authorities thought he might be with is still at large.
The chase began Tuesday afternoon and ended nearly eight hours later when Zavion Bailey was captured by police who had tried to pull him over on an active warrant.
More than $1,000 in fraudulent charges were racked up on a fuel cards used by Indiana State Police and investigators believe the purchases were likely made possible by a skimming device that had been placed on a gas pump.
Ohio police say an erratic, speeding driver who led an officer on a brief pursuit turned out to be a 10-year-old boy who took his parents’ car without permission.
Indiana Department of Natural Resources officers say the doe lost one of its legs several years ago and was regularly seen in Deming, about 25 miles north of Indianapolis, and the surrounding Hamilton County area.
According to court documents, a mother was charged with neglect and drug dealing when her 17-month-old daughter was found unresponsive after chewing on a baggie containing cocaine.
The teen initially was held on a felonious assault charge for firing a gun inside an Ohio high school. A juvenile court judge on Monday granted the prosecutor’s request to continue the teenager’s detention.
Police in LaGrange and Steuben Counties have asked for the public’s help in finding two fugitives who are said to be ‘armed and dangerous.’
Police served a search warrant at the Orland home after taking numerous drug and stolen property complaints.
28 recruits will start the 21-week program Monday morning. The goal of the class is to get the force up to 460 officers… the number budgeted by the city.
After a traffic stop conducted in Texas found 70 kilograms of cocaine, the driver of the vehicle worked with police to conduct a controlled delivery of a portion of the drugs to a man in Fort Wayne who was then arrested by Homeland Security agents.
The man was arrested after allegedly selling fake Native American/Buffalo coins to two other men who ended up losing a total of $9,000 each in the scam.
Fort Wayne police are searching for the driver of a vehicle who gave a ride to homicide victim and U.S. veteran Stephania Bartlett nearly 12 hours before she was found shot to death in alley in early January.
Auburn Police successfully escorted a barricaded man and known fugitive out of the home five hours after they initially arrived. Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy said that the man, wanted for a home invasion in DeKalb County, was initially making threats he would not be taken out alive.
The robbery took place just before 8 a.m. at a Fifth Third Bank branch. Police are looking for two suspects and the FBI is also involved in the investigation.
Prosecutors say the man accepted orders through Facebook and Snapchat, and arranged delivery of the drug in a neighborhood where police have made many drug busts in recent years.
According to court documents, a man came up behind three people in the parking lot of Pro Bowl West and punched them in the jaw. The man also punched a Fort Wayne police officer.
The Ohio mom caught the attention of authorities when she went on Facebook to livestream what she had done.
The traffic stop took place Tuesday in Fulton County, Indiana west of Fort Wayne and resulted in the arrest of four people on multiple charges.