The gunman placed his laptop in the oven at his apartment with a can of butane before departing for the shooting, police have said. The oven was on and set to a high temperature.
UPDATED: Shooting at Greenwood Park Mall leaves 4 dead, 2 injured
On Monday morning, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said two men were pronounced dead at the scene, and a woman and a man were pronounced dead at local hospitals.Read More
Former Indianapolis post office manager charged with mail theft
Prosecutors say the former customer service manager at the New Augusta Post Office branch on Indianapolis’ northwest side stole $1.7 million in checks from mail that arrived at the branch in 2020 and 2021.Read More
As city boosts spending on anti-crime grants, some call for more accountability
Indianapolis has put more than $30 million into about 600 grants since 2009, when it launched what’s now called the Violent Crime Prevention Grants Program.Read More
Marion County prosecutor facing criticism after FedEx shooting
The leader of the Indianapolis police union said Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears “failed to do his part” when he chose not to bring Brandon Scott Hole before a judge for a hearing under Indiana’s “red flag” law.Read More
Preliminary autopsy results show gunman Jonathan Sapirman of Greenwood was shot eight times by an armed bystander, the Johnson County Coroner’s Office said Tuesday.
A divorced Indiana couple who shared sexually explicit photos and videos of children with former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle were sentenced Monday.
Former casino executive and state lawmaker John Keeler pleaded guilty in federal court Monday morning to filing a false tax return in connection to a scheme to funnel illegal casino cash into a congressional campaign in 2016.
Maria Caceres, who worked for travel insurance company Seven Corners from 1998 to 2016, pleaded guilty to wire fraud last year. She was sentenced to federal prison Thursday and ordered to repay more than $496,000 to Seven Corners.
Former state Sen. Brent Waltz pleaded guilty on Monday to two felonies related to an FBI investigation into his role in receiving illegal campaign donations from a casino.
Business Email Compromise scams get far less attention than the massive ransomware attacks that have triggered a powerful government response, but they siphon untold billions from the economy as authorities struggle to keep up.
U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker ordered Jeffrey Gasior to pay restitution of $736,221 after he pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud.
The House Judiciary Committee escalated the bipartisan battle against the world’s biggest online retailer with a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, referring the case for a criminal inquiry.
Indianapolis police said they are searching for a suspect who shot and wounded two men Saturday inside a Jewish community center in an apparent dispute connected to a basketball game.
Reich and his wife, Linda, formed kNot Today, a not-for-profit that works to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation. Their foundation is among five organizations working together at the Super Bowl to combat sex trafficking, which is often heightened around major events.
Cyndi Carrasco, former deputy general counsel for Gov. Eric Holcomb, announced her decision Tuesday to take on Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears.
Founded in 2019, Chuqlab offers transcription technology for law enforcement agencies, prosecutors and operators of jails and prisons. The company recently received a state incentives offer based on its hiring plans.
Harpreet Singh, Lakhwinder Kaur and Gurinder Bains, who were injured or lost family members in the April 15 attack, each requested $700,000 in damages from the city.
Prosecutors say the Ohio man, who formerly worked for Cummins in Michigan, stole profit-sharing money that was supposed to have been distributed to company employees.
The mass shooting at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis International Airport in April made national headlines and reignited debate over a state law designed to keep firearms out of the hands of those who pose a danger to themselves or others.
Shonna Majors resigned from her role in the Office of Public Health and Safety in November, three years after Mayor Joe Hogsett appointed her to the position he created in June 2018.
When you reduce criminal penalties and stop prosecuting thugs, don’t be surprised when crime soars.
The former practice administrator for an ophthalmology practice with offices in Indianapolis and Avon was accused of diverting $270,000 from his company’s accounts to himself in more than 500 transactions.