Troopers from the Indiana State Police will be taking over the investigation of a shooting incident Thursday afternoon that started in North Judson and ended in La Porte County.
According to police, at about 4:05 p.m., a North Judson police officer recognized the driver of a vehicle who was wanted on a warrant. The officer conducted a traffic stop on State Road 10 by the CVS Pharmacy where the driver allegedly gave the officer false information. Police say the driver then fled from the scene.
The Indiana State Police, in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Agency, held its 13th annual prescription drug take back event on Saturday.
Collections sites were available at Indiana State Police posts in the state, with the exception of the Toll Road post. Residents could drop off unwanted, unused or expired liquid or pill prescription medications during a four hour period on Saturday.
The 13th annual prescription drug take back initiative will take place at all Indiana State Police Posts today. The only location not accepting unwanted, unused, or expired prescription drugs is at the Toll Road Post.
A partnership between the Indiana State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration is making this possible. The event expects to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft through the proper disposal of prescription drugs.
Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel P. Murphy has completed his review of the circumstances surrounding last month’s fatal police-involved shooting on U.S. 421 south of Francesville. Continue reading →
The Michigan City Police Department has released the names of the officers involved in an off-duty shooting in a hospital parking lot on Saturday. Officer Charles Henderson, a 20-year veteran of the department, reportedly shot Thomas J. Walsh III, 46, of Michigan City four times, according to Indiana State Police. Continue reading →
Two Michigan City officers were involved in an off-duty shooting incident on Saturday afternoon.
According to an Indiana State Police report, the officers were working security at Franciscan Health in Michigan City when they were called to the parking lot for a family dispute. Thomas J. Walsh III, 46, of Michigan City, reportedly did not want to leave the passenger seat in a Ford F-150 pickup truck to seek medical assistance.
A forensic autopsy on the Lafayette man killed in Pulaski County Tuesday morning confirms he died of multiple gunshot wounds. The Pulaski County Coroner’s Office is assisting the Indiana State Police and Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department in the death investigation of 36-year-old Peter J. Doffin, Jr. Continue reading →
A Lafayette man was killed in a Tuesday morning police action shooting in Pulaski County. It happened on U.S. 421 south of State Road 114, about four miles south of Francesville and involved officers from multiple agencies. Continue reading →
The Indiana State Police and Pulaski County Coroner’s Office are investigating a fatal police action shooting in Pulaski County. It happened on U.S. 421 south of State Road 114, about four miles south of Francesville and involved officers from multiple agencies. Continue reading →
A two-vehicle crash near Argos claims the life of an infant from Monterey. It happened just before 5 p.m. Saturday on U.S. 31 at State Road 110. The Indiana State Police, Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, Rochester and Argos Police Departments all responded. Continue reading →
A training video designed to inform school leaders and staff about sexual abuse will be released.
The Indiana Department of Education will be distributing a video to all Indiana school corporations where it is encouraged to share it with all staff members. The video is part of a collaboration between the IDOE, Indiana State Police and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
The Arkansas man accused of fatally shooting a Knox man Friday night at a rural North Judson home remains jailed without bond. Edward Blackburn entered a plea of not guilty during his initial hearing this morning in Starke Circuit Court in connection with Cord Colgrove’s death. He advised Judge Kim Hall his family intends to hire an attorney to represent him. Continue reading →
Thieves are adding insult to injury for grieving families by trolling obituaries and breaking into their homes during visitations and funerals. Officials with the Indiana State Police Lowell Post note a number of burglaries have occurred in the past year in Starke, Pulaski, Jasper and Newton Counties. Continue reading →