Sex trafficking survivor recalls the ‘psychological chains’ that bound her

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Why did you keep letting it happen? Why didn’t you just leave? Why didn’t you call the police? All questions survivors of human trafficking are asked all too often.

Sex trafficking ‘fastest-growing’ crime in Fort Wayne

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It’s considered modern-day slavery; forcing people to work in labor services or the sex trade against their will through physical force or manipulation and coercion.

Human trafficking: It’s happening here and it’s happening now

In the NewsChannel 15 special series Hidden Predators, 15 Finds Out uncovers the prevalence of human sex trafficking in northeast Indiana.

New Ohio law adds “baby box” language

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There are two bills filed in the Indiana statehouse this session that deal with baby boxes, but neither would change the Safe Haven law.

Fort Wayne OWI arrests cut in half in last decade

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The number of Operating While Intoxicated arrests the Fort Wayne Police Department made last year is down 50 percent from ten years ago. That drop is double the national decline.

Frequent Amber Alerts prompt change in push alert philosophy

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Allen County’s Amber Alert did not have a push notification sent to cell phones, but three other Amber Alerts within a week all did. 15 Finds Out discovered one of those pushes was sent because of a change in philosophy.