4 December 2020
No one hurt after a driver crashed a car into a room at the Intown Suites (86th & Michigan Rd) and then fled the scene. Pike FD say there was someone in the room, but they're just fine.
IMPD confirms that officers were involved in a pursuit that stretched from the Lynhurst area to Prospect & Pleasant Run (SE side). 1 person was taken into custody, another 1-2 suspects are believed to still on the loose
Major Fire Breaks Out At Recycling Center In Gary3 week ago
Major Fire Breaks Out At Recycling Center In Gary
IMPD officers found a person suffering from a gunshot wound near the 300 block of North Colorado Ave
Indiana Reports 5,156 New Coronavirus Cases, Setting One-Day Record
The lawsuit claims Hankison used his police uniform and secondary night club employment as ways to prey on women two decades younger than him
SWAT is packing up and leaving scene. No official word yet, but hearing suspect is in custody
There have been a lot of people coming out to the scene unfold
#IMPD SWAT on scene of standoff at apartment complex near Mann & Mill Rd on southwest side. So far I've seen one person come out. Officers first sent in a drone, then SWAT team to search for subject. No official word from IMPD yet
4001 E 134th St: a 42yo male says he got jumped, EMS is rolling. Chicago
Armed militia gathering in downtown Indianapolis after a call to be "lock and loaded" in the wake of today's no-indictment announcement in the police shooting of Dreasjon Reed
Indiana Reports 4,879 New Coronavirus Cases as Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Continue to Climb
Officers found a man suffering apparent gunshots shortly before 10 a.m. in the 3800 block of Cornelius Avenue
A person was shot and killed near 38th Street and Michigan Road Tuesday morning
IFD confirms no one was home or hurt by this early morning house fire on Traub Ave. Crews were not able to say if the building was vacant or not. Firefighters are cleaning up the scene now, and the cause of the fire is under investigation
Indiana Reports 4,213 New Coronavirus Cases as Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Continue to Climb
Arson investigators are looking for clues in a weekend fire that heavily damaged a house on Indy's north side
As the sunlight is coming up authorities continue to investigate an officer involved shooting that left one suspect dead last night
Shots fired, 4001 E 134th Street near Michi's Sweet Cake & Creations
EPD confirms suspect dead after officer-involved shooting near American Legion
Evansville Police say a suspect was shot dead during an officer-involved shooting at an American Legion Post located near downtown Evansville.
Still a heavy police presence at the American Legion Post downtown after reports of possible shooting in the area. EPD detectives working the scene
Firefighters were called to the two-alarm house fire around 3:50 a.m Saturday in the 1200 block of East 91st Street in Indianapolis
Indiana Reports 4,689 New Coronavirus Cases as Hospitalizations Continue to Climb
Firefighters were dispatched to the 1200 block of East 91st Street around 3:40 a.m
Supporters of President Trump rally at the Indianapolis Statehouse following President-elect Joe Biden's projected win
People are demonstrating in downtown Indianapolis. Many are holding Trump-Pence flags and signs that say "Stop the Steal."
IFD Command orders second alarm & defensive operations only as heavy fire rips through home at 1231 E 91st St. CFD and PTFD assist. No injuries. Fire Under Investigation. Home, built in 2017, sustained significant damage. 2 Dogs, 2 Cats accounted for and OK. Working smoke alarms
A sleeping couple, awakened by their dogs, escaped their burning home OK after fire broke out on the rear deck at 1231 E 91st St. The fire quickly spread the length of the wooden deck fueled by a large amount of split wood stored underneath with extension into the home
Police investigating after 6-year-old critically injured in shooting on Indy's northwest side Violence Index continues to Surge throughout City
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