Dennis Ayres, 66, was buried up to his neck in dirt when firemen and paramedics arrived on the scene Wednesday afternoon.
The business owner told police the suspect came into the Boost Mobile store wearing a gorilla mask.
The owner of the store was able to identify her actions using store surveillance footage after he discovered a discrepancy in his inventory.
“I’m a little bit concerned about the future of IPS schools,” said Indiana State Teacher’s Association president Teresa Meredith, ” I hope t…
Building trust, and making campus a safer place for students. That’s the goal behind a new Bike Patrol program just launched at IU Kokomo.
The incident happened early Saturday morning in a gravel parking lot near the corner of West 2nd and West 3rd Street.
Hempstead County Coroner Ben Brazzel says the victims were all traveling back to Indiana after visiting Houston, Texas.
Over the years there were hopes someone would move in, but that quickly diminished when vandals targeted the building.
Ballard had told 24-Hour News 8 back in February that voters should not make assumptions about his next campaign.
The proposal will be introduced to the city-county council Monday and will then go on to a committee vote.