On Sunday Troopers Douglas Feazel, David Milburg, and K9 Colt responded to a domestic call at an address in Attica. While investigating the domestic, troopers smelled the odor of marijuana. The troopers used the assistance of K9 Colt, who led them to the neighbors house, according to the pol…

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At 2 p.m. June 29. Paul M. Crowder, 70, was taken into custody at his home by Indiana State Police detectives without incident. He was incarcerated June 29 in the Montgomery County Jail and charged with three Level 1 felony counts of child molestation

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A Crawfordsville man has been ordered to serve 66 years in federal prison for sexual exploitation of a child and traveling to Vermilion County, Ill., to engage in sexual activity with a minor, according to a news release from Department of Justice, United States Attorney John E. Childress, C…

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    The Williamsport Police Department was summoned to Heather Smith’s home four times in 30 days around August and September of 2016.

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A Hillsboro woman has been charged with one felony count of dealing methamphetamine and one of possession of methamphetamine in connection with what police said is the largest quantity of the drug ever seized in Fountain County.

WASHINGTON - When the House Judiciary Committee began its historic session Wednesday night to consider two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, one issue was glaringly absent - Russia. For three years, House Democrats made the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, and his bitter fight against the special counsel investigation into Moscow's meddling in the 2016 election, the ...

CHICAGO - Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx on Wednesday kicked off the first wave in a mass effort to automatically clear tens of thousands of low-level marijuana convictions from court records on the eve of the legalization of recreational cannabis in Illinois. Foxx personally presented the county's chief judge with the first of about 1,000 petitions filed Wednesday during a special ...

Lawsuit by Sandy Hook families against gun manufacturer will go to trial in 2021 WATERBURY, Conn. - A lawsuit by nine families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings against the company that made the gun used in the massacre will go to trial in September 2021. On Wednesday lawyers for Remington Arms and the families agreed to the date after nearly two hours of haggling before ...

SAN DIEGO - Five months after Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died in a hotel room with two opioids in his bloodstream, Major League Baseball and its players union have agreed on a new drug policy that will add opioid testing for major leaguers and marijuana use will not be punished in the major or minor leagues. The policy, which would be implemented next season, is expected to be ...