Incoming IMPD Chief Troy Riggs discussed the damaging effect of crime on kids and teens.
He would like to address mental health, hunger and develop a collaborative consistent community approach.
In less than one week she’s already received more than 150 signatures.
In order to recognize their years of service to Indiana and our country, a special ceremony was held.
Anyone who knows something about the burglary should call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262 – TIPS (8477).
Troy Riggs will be sworn in as the IMPD Chief of Police on Jan. 1, 2016.
President Barack Obama says the song by the Grammy-nominated rapper from Compton, California, is his favorite song of 2015.
Exantus is being held on $1 million bond. Arraignment is Jan. 6.
Dailey’s public defenders had asked Crane to set bond.
The ground game hasn’t helped much lately, either. Indy has only 275 yards combined rushing over the past four weeks.