She was locked in a closet for six or seven years with little food, water or clothing and only a bucket for urination.
Police arrested Caleb Wingard after he crashed into the buggy. He was arrested for minor in possession and issued several citations.
A suspect got away with some cash during an armed robbery at a Fort Wayne Wendy’s restaurant.
Officers busted two active meth labs at two separate residents in the northern part of Warsaw.
Federal prosecutors have charged a New York doctor with accepting cash bribes and tickets to Justin Bieber and Katy Perry concerts from a New Jersey blood lab.
The pair, a man and a woman, got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and drove off in a two-tone green pickup.
The camera at a Miami County high school captured images of the car used by the burglar at a nearby home.
Dash cam video of a traffic stop and subsequent arrest of a Rockford, Michigan police sergeant for drunken driving shows that he did not get any special treatment.
The release said drug officers investigated the case for two weeks leading up to the arrests.
A second man is in custody for allegedly making off with a bag containing $150,000 in cash that was mistakenly left behind by ATM workers in New Jersey.
Fox’s owner says the 13-year-old dog’s body was discovered by a “frantic” neighbor outside the owner’s condominium less than 24 hours after Fox disappeared. The note was on top of the dog.
Authorities say the man came to the woman’s house about 4:30 a.m. Friday wearing a clown mask and a multicolored wig.
The Ohio man also tried to throw a coffee table at deputies after they took a gun from him according to police.
A Wisconsin judge ruled Monday that two girls accused of stabbing a classmate to please the online horror character Slender Man will stay in adult court, where they could face decades in prison.
Officers said the teen was inside a stolen car that was seen shooting at people.
Police arrested a man accused of using a knife to cut the victim in the head, hand and torso.
The cause of their deaths was among the details revealed in an arrest affidavit read in court Sunday afternoon.
Indiana authorities found a pattern of him prescribing high-dose narcotics for addiction and not the treatment of chronic pain.
This wasn’t the first time the man had trespassed at the barn. Arrest papers showed he got caught four years ago.
The nine women and three men said they could not reach a unanimous verdict on each of the 24 murder counts.