The New Haven Police Department is hoping someone recognizes a car seen in security video near the times when a dumpster was set on fire at New Haven High School.
Bail has been set for a northwest Indiana man charged in the 1980 death of a police officer killed while working a side security job.
Going behind the lines. The Fort Wayne Police Department offered an unprecedented look at the dangerous fight to rid the streets of gangs and guns after a recent string of violence.
Officials at West Noble High School busted a “transaction” that involved suspicious lollipops. The THC levels in the lollipops were of a higher concentration than normal marijuana.
13-year-old Ser Je Da Be missing around 4 p.m. Saturday. Police found her in southeast Fort Wayne around 11:45 a.m. Sunday with a “person of interest.”
13-year-old Ser Je Da Be was the subject of an early morning Amber Alert. Police had believed she was abducted by her ex-boyfriend and was in extreme danger.
The July 13 crash on Interstate 69 in Green County killed the three after they had pulled over to the highway’s shoulder after hitting a deer when his car was struck.
The incident happened in 6500 block of Alvarez Drive in the Blackhawk Apartments around 4:00 a.m. Saturday.
Officers were called the 1300 block of Fay Drive at 8:50 p.m. Investigators believe that someone fired a gunshot from outside into the home.
The staff at Marquez Auto Sales at Lafayette and Eckart Streets are looking for the man who set one of their vehicles on fire.
Three officials in Hammond were arrested on suspicion of collecting bribes for contracts for towing and other services.
A coroner is not yet releasing the causes of death of two young central Indiana brothers whose mother confessed to killing them.
Late Friday morning Fort Wayne police officers served a search warrant in the 2300 block of 25th Avenue as part of a drug dealing investigation where they found four pit bulls and evidence of dogfighting in addition to cocaine and marijuana.
Officers near Youngstown say they arrested the woman during an undercover operation Monday.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers took a suspect into custody following a high speed chase on the city’s northwest side Friday morning that was caught on camera by a television station helicopter.
The state will decide by November 28 if they will retry him on three counts of murder for the killings of three men in Lewis Street home back in February.
Police had been looking for the woman after she had been reported missing Thursday morning when she failed to show up to work.
The attorney for Pasztor, who’s accused of killing her two children, plans to use an insanity defense. Friday’s psychiatric evaluation is the first of two which will determine if she’s competent to stand trial.
Police in LaGrange County are hoping surveillance photos from a burglary on Tuedsday at a gas station help them find the persons responsible.
A couple who had 276 dogs in their bi-level New Jersey home have pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.