Deputies in Steuben County arrested the man after a report he had sexual contact with a teenager.
John Modie is white, 6-foot-4 and around 230 pounds. He has gray hair and a gray mustache and was last seen wearing a blue hoodie, a gray sweat shirt and blue pants.
Brent Roddy, a FWPD detective, was found a mile away from a crash at Rothman Road and Denise Drive around 1 a.m. Sunday. He had a .21 BAC.
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said in a release Monday that they were working with local law enforcement agencies and the State Highway Patrol to look for the 58-year-old inmate.
Visitation will be held Monday and the funeral is set for Tuesday. Both will happen at Northwestern High School.
The victim was shot in a home in 5500 block of Glenridge Drive around 2 a.m. Sunday.
Police responding to multiple reports of shots fired found a parked car in an alley with the victim shot to death inside.
Brandon Lamar Phillips, 28, was shot while inside a car found on Bowser Avenue March 17.
Bradley R. Gillespie, 42, has been charged with killing 21-year-old Hannah Fischer and Frank Tracy, Jr., 47.
Police arrested 21-year-old Ricky L. Randol on multiple charges Thursday night.
Crime Stoppers has received several tips, but no arrests have been made in the case. FWPD say it’s still waiting on evidence to be processed from the crime, as well.
Authorities launched a four-month investigation after a tip accused a man of having child pornography.
The couple met on Backpage.com, a social media site that carries personal ads including people looking for sex.
Goshen police say they believe the shootings were motivated by gang violence.
Police arrived and found two people dead at an upscale community about 20 miles from Cleveland.
A masked man walked into the Marathon gas station at 5910 N. Clinton St., jumped up on the counter and demanded money.
It can take months to investigate and prosecute a homicide, which can leave families frustrated waiting for arrests. But, getting a conviction in court, can be complicated.
Stanley Ray Osborne, 34, was initially wanted for failing to register as a sex offender in Allen County. Now he’s accused of four armed robberies in four states.
Police found multiple illegal drugs inside the car during a traffic stop north of Shipshewana.
The properties belong to Dr. Michael A. Cozzi. A petition was filed Tuesday to suspend his medical license for alleged “dangerous controlled substance prescribing.”