Fort Wayne police have released a surveillance photo of one of the two men believed to be involved in a series of thefts from vehicles at gas stations that have taken place while the victim was pumping gas.
Police were called around noon Monday to the area around the Hanna and Oxford streets intersection on a report of a shooting.
The suspect eventually came out of the home in the 1600 block of Fitchburg Place just after 7 a.m. He was taken to a local hospital for an evaluation.
Police were called to a gas station and movie theater about 45 minutes apart Sunday night.
A man was hospitalized Sunday evening in serious condition, but downgraded to critical condition at the hospital. He died early Monday.
A missing persons report was filed last Tuesday for the missing man.
Law enforcement teams spent about four and a half hours at an apartment complex over night after responding to a report of a domestic disturbance.
On Friday, police responded to a report of a stabbing and found a man dead on a porch.
Students and staff at Ivy Tech Northeast went back to class with the thoughts of those involved in the shooting at Umpqua Community College on their minds.
The arrest was a result of a six week investigation by the Fort Wayne Police Department, Indiana State Police and FBI.
A 70-year-old man faces a charge of aggravated for what police say was an argument that led to a stabbing inside a Fort Wayne apartment building
Thursday that left another man in critical condition.
The man is accused of killing his girlfriend’s five-week-old daughter. Police were called to the rural Jay County home they all shared on Tuesday after the infant was found not breathing.
Police have received four reports of thefts of purses or wallets from unlocked vehicles at gas stations in September, all with a like technique.
An eastern Indiana funeral home owner is accused of stealing a wedding ring off a dead man’s finger shortly before he was buried and selling it to a pawn shop for $75.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says the man was arrested Tuesday on preliminary charges of failure to stop at an accident resulting in death, insurance fraud and obstruction of justice.
The charges come after a 1997 conviction for sexually battering his then-four-year-old daughter that earned the man probation.
Steuben County Sheriff Tim Troyer testified that he fears mandatory cameras would destroy trust between his deputies and those living in the rural northeastern Indiana county.
Fort Wayne police closed Lake and Columbia avenues Tuesday afternoon while emergency personnel negotiated with a man who had barricaded himself inside a home. They were able to take him into custody shortly after 2 p.m.
Prosecutors say the blood-alcohol test results of an Indianapolis police officer who fatally struck a pedestrian with his cruiser won’t be released until authorities complete an investigation into that crash.
Aristides Palencia Jacinto, 46, of Warsaw faces three Level 4 felony charges of child molesting, accused of fondling or touching three different children under 14 years old.