It’s all part of a challenge to benefit the organizations Overdose Lifeline, Inc. and Shatterproof.
“It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” he said.
Organizers stressed the event isn’t just for students, it’s for the whole community.
The township spent $10,000 on the drones and training.
For 30 days, Pastor John Girton is staying in the tent to express awareness on the violence in the city.
While she was banged up, she says it appears the baby will be okay.
He tweeted Thursday that he reached a decision but told supporters to “stay tuned.”
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said the office spent $62,805 for travel, lodging, expert witness fees and demonstrative exhibits.