Officers were called to the 3400 block of McKinnie Avenue around 1:30 a.m. initially for what was described as a vehicle crash.
A Fort Wayne couple is facing felony charges after taking a vacation to Florida.
The Ohio prosecutor said “it all went downhill” June 9 after the defendant ate too much of his father’s hummus.
The offender had been wanted in Steuben County for failing to to report a change in his status to the state’s Sex & Violent Offender Registry.
The driver of a pickup reportedly drove away from a crash with a horse and buggy in Adams County, went to a home and was found dead hours later.
The three suspects were seen on security cameras on June 26 when a Sunoco gas station on Lewis Street was robbed.
A man involved in a battery barricaded himself in a home with a large knife and 2-year old child.
Police clocked the Fort Wayne teen driving 108 mph in Delaware County.
It’s fair to say a Mexican cartel’s attempt at recreating the Trojan Horse didn’t go as planned.
Accused bank robber Nicholas Clay Gregory was arrested after his father called authorities and turned him in.
The gunman started shooting at a crowd gathered in a front yard Saturday evening.
Sheriff’s deputies found a large butcher knife with what appeared to be blood on it in an apartment where a Tennessee mother killed her four children by cutting their throats, court documents say.
Police say all prostitutes are screened to determine if they are victims of human trafficking.
The former Ohio seminarian was sentenced to 16 years in prison for trying to adopt or purchase infants from Mexico to sexually molest them.
Charles A. Benson, 26, was sentenced to 62 ½ years for shooting at Fort Wayne Police Officer Robert Geiger on Jan. 30.
The chase traveled from Goshen into LaGrange County.
David Christopher Gilbert, 23, was arrested around 1 p.m. Thursday by Steuben County Sheriff’s detectives in the 7800 block of south Homestead Dr in Hamilton.
Police were called to the 3600 block of Fleetwood Drive around 4 a.m. Thursday, where they found Bonnie Franks shot in the head.
Dominique Parks pleaded guilty to felony neglect. Authorities say the boy, Cameron Parks, died in October 2015 from multiple blunt force injuries.
Police say they were alerted that the man was planning to use mannequins to shoot officers and blow up a police station in northeast Ohio.