In Gaston, the police chief has been fired in the midst of a reported State Police investigation. Chief Carl Barber has been terminated by the town council. Barberâs attorney claims the board did not take the proper steps to dismiss the chief. No word on what circumstances lead to his dismissal.
Anderson Police have identified the man whose body was found in Shadyside Lake. 94-year-old Richard D. Hunt, a resident of an Anderson assisted living facility, was found in the lake about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday. An autopsy will be conducted later this morning.
A fatal shooting at a Muncie business: Police continue to investigate the Wednesday afternoon incident at the âCash Stopâ on West McGalliard Road. The victim â an 85-year-old male – suffered a single gunshot wound. Police say the shooting may have been accidental.
$21 million dollars of debt accrued by Muncie Community Schools will be restructured.Â The state appointed emergency manager says that arrangement would help get the cash strapped district through the year. The current figure would be replaced with a new debt amount at a lower interest and a ten year extension.
It was back on August 31st when 50 year old James Dunsmore was struck from behind by an SUV as he rode a moped. The driver took off and now Muncie police are reporting that Dunsmore has died from his injuries. It happened on 26th Street at Grant. So far, police have no suspects.
The trial of an Anderson man accused of fondling two boys over three years has been set for November 14. 51-year-old Glen A. Carnahan of the 200 block of East 29th Street is facing a maximum of 12 years in prison on each charge and fined up to $20,000.
Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly is again asking the President in an open letter to declare the opioid crisis a “national emergency.” He urges Trump to direct significant federal resources towards fighting the epidemic.
The older brother of Vice-President Mike Pence is running for Congress. Greg Pence has filed paperwork with the IRS indicating his intention to run for Luke Messer’s 6th congressional district seat in the House.
On Friday at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, dozens of organizations will provide services and resources to those who are homeless, nearly homeless, or who just need a helping hand. Those in attendance will get help with financial assistance and programs, employment and education services, government assistance, veteranâs services, health screenings, and more.
The YMCA of Madison County is in the midst of a fundraising campaign to raise $130,000 for its three county locations. Money raised will go to the Open Door financial assistance platform. The program allows the YMCA to include hundreds of people who arenât able to afford the services otherwise.