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  • Park Tudor avoids prosecution in Kyle Cox case, admits former headmaster hid evidence

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Park Tudor and its administrators will not face charges in connection with a coach who admitted to sending explicit photos to a 15-year-old female student and trying to have sex with her, as long as it follows the terms of an agreement. A deferred prosecution agreement was filed Tuesday. The agreement states former Headmaster Dr. Matthew Miller was aware of and failed to immediately report sexually-explicit communications, images and videos between former basketball coach Kyle Cox and the victim. […]

  • Suspect in SWAT standoff allegedly involved in shootings at 2 IMPD headquarters, Zionsville murder

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— Police say a suspect barricaded inside an apartment on the northeast side fired at officers serving a warrant. The suspect has been connected to a Zionsville man’s murder and recent shootings at two different IMPD headquarters. A SWAT standoff took place Monday afternoon at the Peppermill Farms apartment complex, near Shadeland Avenue and East 42nd Street on the city’s northeast side. Police say a 7-month-old child was in the apartment where officers are serving the warrant, and a person inside the apartment fired shots […]

  • More than 200 arrested, $64K and drugs seized as officers continue massive sweep across Indy in effort to reduce crime

    INDIANAPOLIS—Officials with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department updated the public Thursday on the week-long sweeps conducted across Indianapolis by several law enforcement agencies. The sweeps are part of the department’s ongoing effort to reduce crime in violent areas across the metro area. FOX59 was with undercover officers today as they searched for suspects of drug offenses and served warrants. Officers served warrants connected to a meth investigation at a residence on the southwest side of Indianapolis Thursday afternoon.  A short time […]

  • Hillary Clinton turns focus to ‘red’ states, gives Indiana Democrats $500K boost

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced Monday that the Democratic presidential candidate is pledging $500,000 toward Indiana’s gubernatorial race and the U.S. Senate showdown between Todd Young and Evan Bayh. The move is a subtle sign from Clinton that she’s confident she’ll be elected, and a key political move, in trying to turn the U.S. Senate toward Democratic control. Bayh is a long-time Clinton ally. Democrats need to flip just a handful of Senate seats to be successful, likely […]

  • IMPD: Shots fired at two police headquarters related, believes attacker will strike again

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Metro police are investigating after their headquarters came under fire for the second time in less than two weeks. The incident occurred around 11 p.m. at the North District headquarters located at 3120 East 30th Street, between North Keystone Avenue and North Sherman Drive. Two officers were inside the building completing reports at the time of the shooting. No one was injured. IMPD Chief Riggs said at a press conference on Friday that they do not have […]

  • Marion County adds permanent prescription drug drop off box

    Federal government to assist Marion County in fight against drug trafficking

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The feds and local authorities are about to get even tougher on drug trafficking in Marion County. Thursday, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry’s office announced Marion County has been designated as a “High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area” also known as HIDTA, by The White House. “This designation by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and additional federal support will expand our ability to conduct multi-agency, long-term investigations and prosecute cases aimed at dismantling these drug operations,” […]

  • U.S. attorney: Former American Senior Communities CEO, 3 others acted on ‘unbridled greed’ in $16 million kickback scheme

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — One year after FBI agents and state investigators raided a series of homes and a corporate headquarters of a central Indiana healthcare management company, a federal grand jury has returned a 32-count indictment against four men alleging a massive fraud and kickback scheme with illegal profits in excess of $16 million. Listed on the indictment are the former CEO of American Senior Communities James Burkhart, ex-ASC COO Daniel Benson, contractor Steven Ganote and Joshua Burkhart who is […]

  • Willie Wilson released from jail following not-guilty verdict

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indianapolis man found not guilty of murdering his infant son was released from the Marion County Jail around 2:30 this morning. The case involving Willie Wilson and his 6-week-old son, Delano, set off a desperate search across the city of Indianapolis. Wilson told Indianapolis Metropolitan police that kidnappers confronted him and took the boy away in August 2014. The trial started on Monday, and jurors got the case just before 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Family […]

  • Mother files lawsuit seeking damages after 2015 stage collapse at Westfield High School

    WESTFIELD, Ind. – The parent of a Westfield High School student injured in a stage collapse in 2015 has filed a lawsuit seeking damages from the school corporation. Jennifer Hoffman filed the suit Thursday in Hamilton Superior Court concerning the April 23, 2015, collapse at Westfield High School, which happened during the finale of the student-produced musical “American Pie.” As students crowded onto the stage for the finale, set to “Don’t Stop Believin’,” the stage buckled underneath their weight and […]

  • Reward being offered for information on suspect in attempted armed robbery in Marion

    MARION, Ind. – Police are searching for two suspects in connection with an attempted armed robbery. The incident occurred on September 26 just after 6 a.m. Police say the suspects attempted to rob a resident as he approached his home. The first suspect was wearing black sweatpants and a black Jordan sweatshirt with the hood tied around his face. He was carrying a shotgun. The second suspect was wearing black pants, a gray t-shirt and a black mask on his […]

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