State Rep. Ed DeLaney of Indianapolis said Thursday that contributions of more than $800,000 by Indianapolis businessman Timothy
Durham should be sent to a bankruptcy trustee for Ohio investment firm Fair Finance Co., which was forced into bankruptcy
earlier this year.
The federal government is asking questions about how the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration handles office
leasing after an IBJ investigation raised questions about potential conflicts of interest.
Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi has hired his former legal partner and personal attorney to field public records requests.
Locally based Collignon & Dietrick PC is responsible for review and production of Prosecutor’s Office e-mails, contracts,
case files and other documents requested by members of the media or public.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has suspended and reassigned a supervisor on Marion County Prosecutor Carl
Brizzi's security detail who incorrectly reported that a fellow officer—and not Brizzi—was driving a golf
cart that flipped at a 2008 political fundraiser.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding an officer's
injury at a 2008 fundraiser for Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi. IMPD also has cut back overtime
hours allowed for Brizzi's security detail, one of its most prolific overtime producers.
Homeless man Brandon Burns had been accused of setting the massive blaze.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department likely will have to return more than $273,000 in cash seized as part of a
racketeering investigation after the Marion County Prosecutor's Office missed a civil forfeiture deadline.
John Bales' firm earned $2.9M in commissions on leases for state agencies and $270,000 in commissions
on the sale of surplus state properties. He also acted as a developer for public-sector
tenants—putting them into buildings owned by him or his associates.
Carl Brizzi’s once-promising political career is coming to an end. He won’t become a mayor or a congressman or
win election to any of the posts that seemed within his grasp when he was an up-and-coming Republican.
Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi has said he has no plans to resign, despite Mark Massa’s call Wednesday
morning for him to step down. Brizzi will be eligible for a public pension
if he finishes his second term Dec. 31.
Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi last year intervened in a major drug case to offer a reduced sentence over objections
from both law enforcement officers and his own deputy prosecutors.
Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi paid nothing for a 50-percent stake in an Elkhart office building he acquired with a
local defense attorney.
Harrison Epperly has made a fortune in his business career, but he’s also sparked controversy.
The written statement Carl Brizzi released Thursday saying he will not seek a third term as Marion County prosecutor makes
no reference to the controversy surrounding his business and personal ties with embattled Indianapolis financier Tim Durham.