Officers arrested Anthony S. Tate less than six hours after the robbery. Tate was paroled in January from a 2012 conviction.
Police believe alcohol was a factor in the single vehicle crash early Tuesday morning.
No one was hurt when a Waynedale Pizza Hut employee was robbed int he parking lot Monday evening.
The man fled a crash scene in Pleasant Lake where the vehicle he was driving had been reported stolen.
A couple from Warsaw was arrested after police received a tip that they were making and dealing meth.
The inmate testified he forget he was holding a knife when he was temporarily blinded by mace a guard sprayed on him as the pair were fighting in the recreation area.
Police responded to an unknown incident on the north side of Fort Wayne and found a man who was in serious condition from being beaten.
Investigators arrived to a home on Fairfax Avenue to find a woman seriously injured.
This is the eleventh time a Dollar General or Family Dollar has been robed since January. Investigators believe they all may be related.
They used power tools to cut through steam pipes and escaped from a maximum-security New York state prison through a manhole cover blocks away.
The driver’s passenger at the time of the crash was a friend’s child.
Jeremy Washington faces 11 charges related to the death of a Bishop Dwenger teen after fleeing from a bar shooting.
The father left two children at his apartment and took his two-month-old infant with him to purchase the cocaine.
FWPD served a search warrant in the 1100 block of Lake Pointe Cover Thursday night.
The house explosion in Indianapolis killed two people and damaged more than 80 houses.
Mark Leonard’s trial was moved to South Bend because of the pre-trial publicity in Indianapolis and Marion County.
Three people were found shot to death and a fourth person was injured sitting inside a car on Long Island, and police said Thursday that the suspect was still on the loose.
A judge is expected to sentence the man to 17 years in prison as part of a plea agreement.
The family is expected to open their businesses while police still search for several subjects who held them hostage overnight.
The Fort Wayne Police Department has released photos of a person who may have been involved in the armed robbery of a woman whose stolen credit card was then used at a gas station.