They collectively face 64 charges, including 11 drug charges and one gun charge. More than $2,000 in cash was seized.
The man from Richmond pleaded guilty to eight felony theft charges of taking money from clients. A judge ordered the man to serve six years on probation.
Adam C. Rice, 27, pleaded guilty to a single felony charge related to the dragging death of Jacob E. Beck on Tonkel Road near Leo Crossing on Jan. 20, 2015.
The two were arrested following a month long investigation where a man out fishing was able to capture photos on his phone of what appeared to be a burglary in progress.
A concerned worker called 911 after finding several ceiling tiles on the floor and papers strewn about an office in Florida.
The former Warsaw Community School teacher was jailed Thursday on allegations he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old student.
Police said the shooting that took place around 11:15 p.m. Wednesday was likely the result of a robbery. One person was killed and another seriously hurt.
Officers with the Fort Wayne Police Department’s Vice and Narcotic Division served a search warrant for ongoing narcotics trafficking at a home in the 8000 block of Westwick Place.
The victim, a 76-year-old woman, was hospitalized with a serious head injury.
The waitress was looking through a phone that had been left behind by a customer when she found nude photos of a girl who appeared to be underage.
Fort Wayne police are investigating a report of an armed robbery at the Partners 1st Federal Credit Union located at 6210 West Jefferson Boulevard near the Getz Road intersection.
Federal investigators believe the electronic components sold on eBay by the Fort Wayne couple had been stolen from a manufacturing plant in Huntington where one of them had worked for 15 years.
Fort Wayne Police interfered with the plan after they found the suspect and his young victim in heavy makeup in a car “confused with her surroundings.”
The abduction of a woman and her four teenage daughters in Utah has led to the arrest a father and son in western Wyoming, and the son’s mother was also detained for allegedly violating probation in an effort to help him.
A teenager who authorities say brought prescription medications to a party two northern Indiana brothers attended before dying of overdoses will serve jail time after pleading guilty to a drug charge.
The 21-year-old Muskingum University student is accused of putting the infant girl in a trash bag and leaving her outside a sorority house last year.
Investigators were able to link Daniel Zerbe to the killing of Wilma Schwartz, whose body was found by construction workers back in March, when they found him in possession of the gun used to kill her.
Police found drugs and handguns after a short pursuit.
The relocation is intended to preserve the gruesome crime scenes as they were found and to help with the investigation and any future prosecution, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said in a statement.
The girl’s mother told investigators she noticed the infant had a swollen eye, was whimpering and shaking after the mother returned home from an outpatient surgery.