“Too Old To Patrol?” Councilmen want retirement law changed

Changes may soon be coming to a police retirement law after a 15 Finds Out investigation. The Fort Wayne Police Department employs at least eight officers who are currently violating the city’s mandatory retirement law. 15 Finds Out first reported the violations Tuesday. Now, at least one city councilman says he’s working to revise the law.

15 Finds Out: Too Old To Patrol?

It’s a little-known law in which the Fort Wayne Police Department is in direct violation. City code states officers must retire before they turn 60-years-old.

Sandbox Veterans dissolved

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A federal archives technician has found no evidence leaders with the Sandbox Veterans ever served in the military.  The … More »

On the streets with Fort Wayne police

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – On May 5, Fort Wayne police responded to approximately 500 calls for service.

Traffic stops, domestic disturbances, unwanted parties,

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15 Finds Out: Oil in the river

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – As Fort Wayne City Council members prepare to vote on a $500,000 riverfront development study contract, a potential challenge … More »