Heroin peddling counts face a Muncie man. Police say 29 year old Dantavis Shannon was arrested in September after being accused of selling drugs to an undercover member of the Muncie Police Department. He’s also pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana in another case. Sentencing is set for February 16th.
Meth dealing counts face two Muncie men rounded up in a raid at a building in the city Thursday. 36 year old Shaun Blankenship and 49 year old Tony Deckard, Jr. are charged with a number of counts, including, in Blankenship’s case, selling meth twice to an undercover deputy. They were taken into custody after […]
Incoming Vice President Mike Pence has thanked his Indiana supporters at the state’s inaugural ball, promising he will “bring Indiana’s example and Hoosier common sense” to Washington. The former Indiana governor addressed his home state’s inaugural ball on the eve of his swearing-in Friday as vice president. Pence says he and his family are grateful […]
On the eve of the inauguration, Vice President-elect Mike Pence spoke in front of some of the Hoosiers who helped him get elected. Pence attended the Indiana Inaugural Ball hosted by the Indiana Society of Washington, D.C. Last night. Theyâve hosted the ball every inauguration since 1916, but it was a much bigger deal this […]
U.S. Rep. Andre Carson says he will be attending President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration today. Carson waited until the last minute to decide whether or not to attend the ceremony. Carson had been in the news several times over the past year with his anti-Trump remarks and vocal disagreement with some of Trump’s biggest campaign plans.
Efforts to locate a bank robbery suspect in Noblesville proved unsuccessful Thursday. Police say someone robbed the Chase Bank on Tegler Drive near Hamilton Town Center just after 11:40 a.m. Witnesses say the man came into the bank, demanded money and then left. No one was hurt during the incident.
An 80-year-old Anderson woman died at an Indianapolis hospital Thursday after suffering second and third degree burns on Wednesday night. Barbara J. Tonyes received the injuries after a fire consumed her trailer home at Redbud Estates. Firefighters discovered Tonyes unconscious and not breathing in the living room of her house, but paramedics were able to […]
A New Castle woman is facing numerous charges including misuse of the county’s 911 system. Police say 47 year old April Dudley had been drinking when they arrived at her âHâ Avenue home. She allegedly tried to grab keys from an officer’s hand, and called 9-1-1 and demanded to speak to the chief of police. […]
An Elwood man has been arrested and charged with impersonating a police officer. 19-year-old Jaylen Tunnell allegedly identified himself as a Randolph County police officer to gain employment as a security officer at Indy Scream Park. He confessed to police that he claimed to be a special deputy, and knew it illegal to so.
Ball State University is looking for $5 million dollars in its budget request to state lawmakers to help build 20 new interactive classrooms. The school claims pilot projects done with those interactive learning spaces have been shown to help curtail failing grades in math. BSU reps say the classrooms change the method and practice of […]