Investigators say Daniel Fruits used embezzled money to purchase two Ferraris, a Corvette, a show horse, multiple Rolex watches, firearms and high-end escort services.
Judges involved in 2019 downtown White Castle give graphic court testimony
In bloody, emotional and never-before-seen or heard detail, the events of the early morning hours of May 1, 2019—when Clark County judges Andrew Adams and Bradley Jacobs were shot—are playing out in a Marion County courtroom.Read More
Federal criminal case against former Celadon Group executives dismissed
On Thursday, Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson granted prosecutors’ request to dismiss the charges against Celadon’s former president and chief operating officer, Eric Meek, and its former chief financial officer, Bobby Peavler.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
Pandemic forces delay in fraud trial of former Celadon execs
The criminal case against former Celadon executives Eric Meek and Bobby Peavler had been scheduled to begin on Feb. 22, but the judge has rescheduled the trial because local COVID-19 positivity rates are too high.Read More
Jody Russell Trapp has been sentenced to federal prison for stealing more than $2.2 million from a Fishers company from 2009 to 2011. He fled to Utah and changed his name almost a decade ago before being recaptured.
Jennifer L. Adams administered saline solutions instead of prescribed pain medication to between 30 and 40 patients, the court documents said.
Brandon Kaiser was convicted last month of multiple counts of felony battery for the May 1, 2019, shooting that put Clark County judges Andrew Adams and Bradley Jacobs in the hospital with bullet wounds.
Rather than submitting legitimate vendor expenses, Carla Burke allegedly issued 312 checks to herself totaling $976,773. Investigators said she used the stolen funds for her own personal expenditures, including gambling at several casinos.
Former insurance broker Brian Simms of Lebanon was arrested Wednesday after being charged with six counts of wire fraud by a federal grand jury.
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman in Manhattan also ordered Stephen Buyer of Noblesville to stay in the continental United States while four counts of securities fraud are pending against him.
Dennis Tyler, Muncie’s mayor from 2012 through 2019, was released Thursday from the Federal Correctional Institution in Morgantown, West Virginia, with more than six months remaining on his one-year term.
Thomas Minar, 58, pleaded no contest in March to one count of child enticement and three counts of possession of child pornography.
The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday it will not pursue criminal charges against former FBI agents who failed to quickly open an investigation of sports doctor Larry Nassar despite learning in 2015 that he was accused of sexually assaulting female gymnasts.
George R. McKown, 71, who was convicted of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and wire fraud, also was ordered to pay more than $5.2 million in restitution to his victims.
A divorced Indiana couple who shared sexually explicit photos and videos of children with former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle were sentenced Monday.
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.
A judge on Tuesday dismissed criminal charges against three men prosecuted after a tourist boat sank and killed 17 people, including nine members of an extended family.
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.
As a buyer in Apple’s Global Service Supply Chain department, the employee allegedly took kickbacks, stole equipment and laundered money.
Quentin G. Cantrell is accused of climbing down a wall and entering the Capitol building during the riot.
Herbert “Bert” Whalen, who operated Oceanpointe Property Management in Indianapolis, engaged in a scheme to obtain millions of dollars from dozens of out-of-state investors, prosecutors said.
The Justice Department announced Tuesday its largest-ever financial seizure and the arrests of a New York couple accused of conspiring to launder billions of dollars in cryptocurrency stolen from the 2016 hack of a virtual currency exchange.
In a letter to the Justice Department Attorney General Merrick Garland dated Thursday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said there should be “zero tolerance” for any behavior that affects flight safety.