FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — More than one week after a Fort Wayne police officer shot a 19-year-old man who police say had a gun tucked into his pants, detectives
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — More than one week after a Fort Wayne police officer shot a 19-year-old man who police say had a gun
ABC21’s Digging Deeper team has obtained a police log entry regarding an altercation between Allen County Sheriff David Gladieux and a teenage Three Rivers Festival volunteer that confirms three city police officers responded to a call of “simple assault,” “disorderly conduct” and an “intoxicated person.”
Fort Wayne police will not release the official report related to an incident that has prompted a state police investigation involving Allen County Sheriff David Gladieux.
A division of Steel Dynamics will pay nearly $22,000 in fines stemming from the death of a worker at a plant in Columbia City in March.
A replacement for Huntington County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Hakes, who is leaving the bench before the end of his term, should be named within the next few weeks, a spokesperson for the governor told ABC21 on Friday.
ABC21 Digging Deeper: Court officer sues Huntington County judge for ‘sex-based harassment, discrimination’
A lawsuit charging discrimination, harassment and retaliation has been filed against a Huntington Circuit Court Judge who was a central figure in an ABC21 Digging Deeper series of reports earlier this year.
ABC21 is Digging Deeper into the Norland Park project in Auburn, that left some homeowners feeling ditched.
Deadbeat parents go weeks – even months – without paying a dime. Then right before their court hearing, they offer a small chunk of change and get to walk out of court a free woman or man. We call it the "Deadbeat Discount."
Prosecutors and deputies spend a lot of money, time and resources – not on solving and preventing violent crimes – but on collecting child support. In fact, hundreds of millions of dollars in child support is owed to single parents just in northeast Indiana alone – money that law enforcement officials say you ultimately front some of the bill for.
ABC21 announced today that it is appealing a court order preventing the station from broadcasting a trial court recording of a local physician’s sentencing hearing — a recording that is a public record pursuant to state law.
The appellate brief was submitted by attorneys representing the station to the Court of Appeals of Indiana, challenging the April 20 order by Huntington Circuit Court Judge Thomas M. Hakes.
New details about what led up to the sentence of no jail time for a prominent Huntington doctor who pleaded guilty to felony sex crimes.
Imagine you’re accused of a crime, but without the money to hire a lawyer to keep you out of jail, or protect your rights. In that case, you’re likely to wind up with a public defender. But in the state of Indiana, the very officials in charge of making sure the system is in check say public defense is underfunded, public defenders are overworked and there is little to any oversight.
A criminal court judge has rejected an ABC21 Motion to Reconsider regarding his order barring the broadcast of an audio recording made during the sentencing of a Huntington doctor on sex crime charges.
ABC21 Digging Deeper: Lead prosecutor in Huntington doctor sexual battery case “disappointed” with sentence
For the first time since the criminal investigation into a prominent Huntington doctor began last year, we hear from the lead prosecutor.