Indiana State Police arrested a man Monday who was seen by a detective cutting and then stealing wire from light poles near I-94 in northwest Indiana.
“I remember thinking, ‘Oh my God . he’s going to run me over and he’s going to kill me,'” the ex-cop said.
Ossian Elementary School officials called police around 3:30 p.m. after receiving the threat, which has now been likely identified as a student hoax.
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The victim’s sister said she hopes Scott Jordan dies in prison. “An eye for an eye,” she said.
The suspects reportedly confessed to the home invasion and robbery and said they wanted drugs and money.
Police said the man entered the Tillman Road Dollar General, walked around then went behind the counter to demand money.
In an exclusive interview with NewsChannel 15, Amber Pasztor admitted to killing Macomber. His case was previously in the hands of investigators.
Investigators found bins and drawers of credit cards, keepsakes and other items at her home.
Aaron Moser’s teacher asked him about the damage and Moser said he hit a deer. The teacher has a background in bodywork and knew the damage was likely not from striking from a deer.
Prosecutors on Sunday released the names of the three who were killed.
Police said Joshua Beal of Indianapolis was shot to death Saturday afternoon after failing to drop a gun.
Authorities have charged Todd Kohlhepp, 45, with four counts of murder in the deaths of four people in 2003 at a motorcycle shop.
The man’s arrest has put to rest for local law enforcement and the families of the victims a mystery that has haunted them for more than a decade.
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The incident happened around 1:45 a.m. Sunday in an empty building. Two people were shot and several more were hurt trying to get away.
The woman told investigators that the suspect shot and killed her boyfriend in front of her.
A 21-year-old man could face the death penalty after being convicted Friday of walking into a barbershop outside of Cleveland last year and opening fire with guns from both hands, killing three people.
Federal prosecutors say the man assumed the identity of an Illinois physician to see patients and prescribe medications to more than 40 individuals.
The bicyclist was traveling at night along a road when he was struck by a car and killed.