The jury took two hours Friday to find Freddie Alcantar Jr. guilty of the August 2013 murder of 59-year-old Deb Jones who was found dead in the bathroom of her Fort Wayne home.
Police need the public’s help identifying a man they say showed up at a Lillie Street home and fired a single shot inside.
Police found a man and woman dead after 911 calls about gunshots in the 900 block of East Wayne Street Friday morning.
Fort Wayne police served a warrant in the 1000 block of Delaware Street Thursday.
Ryen Wilson was removed from Wayne High School back in March after being accused of having sex with two students and perusing two others.
Freddie Alcantar Junior faces a murder charge in the stabbing death of his mother-in-law, Deb Jones. The homicide happened more than two years ago, and the five-day trial is almost over.
In a two day investigation, eight men were arrested on charges of public indecency, battery and public nudity.
The original version of this story incorrectly stated that the boy had drowned during the course of a four hour bath.
Thursday morning, officers responded to a shooting that left one person dead and another person seriously injured.
Raymond Johnson was charged with murder, robbery and aggravated battery for the attack at the Divine Stylez-n-Cutz Barbershop in Anderson.
The FBI said there is no deadline on its investigation into former Homestead High School student Triceten Bickford’s alleged attack.
The eight-year veteran officer underwent surgery Wednesday night after being shot multiple times.
Fort Wayne police said a man is in critical condition after being shot at an unknown location.
Chance Sheets, 18, and 19-year-old Tayyar Azzan were arrested around 8 a.m. Wednesday on felony warrants.
Freddie Alcantar Jr.’s attorney asked the court Wednesday to dismiss the case due to an evidence issue with a previous witness’s testimony.
Fort Wayne police issued a plea for information surrounding the shooting death of Alonna Allison: “You have details critical to the investigation.”
Triceten Bickford, a former Homestead High School student, was dismissed from IU as a “direct result of what happened over the weekend.”
Police said the suspect and an accomplice allegedly stole more than $5,600 worth of clothing from the Macy’s store at Glenbrook Mall over six different visits.
Erika Alcantar testified when she found her mother’s body, she tried to bring her back to life by scooping blood back into her neck.
Just before midnight Monday, Kendallville police tried to pulled over a vehicle near South State and South Oak streets when it sped off.