An Indianapolis police report says Democratic Rep. Dan Forestal was arrested after officers were called late Saturday about a man impersonating a police officer.
The victim is among divers suing Indianapolis-based USA Diving, alleging it didn’t do enough to stop coach William Bohonyi.
After executing a search warrant at the woman’s home, investigators for the IRS found 100 debit cards in more than 80 different names.
An Indianapolis attorney who pleaded guilty to public indecency last year after being accused of exposing himself to two busloads of high school girls basketball players is facing new charges of stealing more than $53,000 from a client.
A Muncie city official and a local contractor were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, making false statements and falsification of documents in a federal investigation.
Prosecutors say David Betner of Indianapolis misled investors by saying his company—Darepoint—was on the verge of a profit-generating buyout.
Felony charges have been filed against three men involved in a high-profile shooting incident in downtown Indianapolis that sent two visiting judges to the hospital with gunshot wounds. And those charged include one of the judges.
Questions still linger involving the case of Johnson County Prosecutor Bradley Cooper, who pleaded guilty nearly two months ago to three felony charges and a misdemeanor domestic battery count.
Gov. Eric Holcomb cited the July 2018 incident in asking the state Legislature to pass a hate crimes bill.
An Atlanta clothier and former NBA referee pleaded guilty in an NCAA basketball scandal Tuesday, admitting to teaming up with ex-Auburn basketball assistant coach and former Indiana Pacers star Chuck Person in a bribery scheme.
A pharmaceutical company founder accused of paying doctors millions in bribes to prescribe a highly addictive fentanyl spray was convicted Thursday in a case that exposed such marketing tactics as using a stripper-turned-sales-rep to give a physician a lap dance.
Caprice R. Bearden, the company’s former compliance officer, pleaded guilty in November to multiple criminal charges related to the sale of over-potent drugs. She later testified against her boss, who was convicted and awaits sentencing.
Federal agents on Tuesday broke up a billion-dollar Medicare scam that peddled unneeded orthopedic braces to hundreds of thousands of seniors.
Paul Elmer, who founded Pharmakon 16 years ago and shut it down three years ago, faces charges of adulterating compounded drugs, conspiracy and obstructing a U.S. FDA investigation.
The same cutthroat competition and parental anxieties that drive affluent Americans to hire tutors, editors and strategists helped William Rick Singer build a profitable—and highly illegal—business.
Parents, coaches and test administrators were charged Tuesday in a sweeping criminal conspiracy that sought to help applicants win admission to elite universities including Yale, Stanford, UCLA and Georgetown.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the opinion in favor of Marion resident Tyson Timbs. Police seized his $40,000 Land Rover when they arrested him for selling about $400 worth of heroin.
The case against the former star Merrill Lynch broker centered on his practice of keeping clients in commission-based accounts even as the securities industry moved toward fee-based accounts, which in many cases were cheaper for clients.
Stephanie TenBarge, formerly of Evansville-based ECHO Housing Corp., could face up to 10 years in prison and fines up to $250,000.