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.

With thousands of college athletes forced to evacuate universities across the country and return to their homes in response to the growing coronavirus pandemic, athletic departments have been seeking ways to provide support for them. Without access to weight rooms, training tables and nutrition centers, athletes are using anything available to help them maintain their fitness level and mental ...

SAN DIEGO - The Navy captain who was removed from command of the coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. The New York Times reported on Sunday that Capt. Brett E. Crozier, fired from his post last week, had tested positive, citing two Naval Academy classmates of Crozier's who are close to him and his family. A Navy spokesman ...

SAN DIEGO - In the days after the March 3 primary, Democratic political insiders met to socialize and organize for what was expected to be a bruising November contest. They were unaware that a far more formidable opponent was already in their midst. Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Padilla was the first among his political circle to announce he had fallen ill with the novel coronavirus that ...

The president called a meeting of sports executives. So there was a meeting. And the president said after the meeting he wants fans back at games in August. So did everyone else on the teleconference, no doubt. "They want to get back," President Trump said of the leaders of 12 American sports leagues in the meeting Saturday. "They gotta get back. They can't do this. Their sports weren't ...