Police had to be called out twice to disturbances at a north side church teen lock-in event.
According to police, Thomas Wyss, 59, was in a holding cell with another inmate when he collapsed.
According to police, a homeowner was walking his dog when he found the woman’s body in the 1100 block of Elder Avenue.
The family said they will keep searching every day until someone finds answers.
The boy’s family says this gives him the opportunity to make his own choices and go where he wants to go.
According to a St. Bartholomew Catholic Church member, the vandals spray painted “INFIDELS!” in black on the outside brick of his church.
The boy was sitting inside of a house on S. Chester Avenue, near the intersection of Washington and Sherman, when a “projectile” hit him.
Of the 25 arrested for underage drinking, four of those minors were under 18 years old.
When police arrived to the home in the 4500 block of North County Road 600 East, they began investigating the area around the home.
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