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Marion County (Indiana)

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  • Marion County sheriff to offer free gun locks

    Marion County sheriff to offer free gun locks
    Marion County Sheriff John Layton wants you to keep your guns safe from your children, so he's giving away nearly 4,000 gun locks. Sheriff Layton also hopes to get at least 1500 more once those are gone. The free giveaway program began three years ago...
  • Worker killed in forklift accident

    Worker killed in forklift accident
    Indianapolis Fire crews were dispatched to Royal Food Products in the 2300 block of East Minnesota around 7 a.m. Wednesday on a report of a structural collapse. When fire crews got inside, they saw a portion of the concrete floor had collapsed into the...
  • 16-year-old arrested for October 2010 homicide

    16-year-old arrested for October 2010 homicide
    A 16-year-old male was arrested Wednesday in connection with a homicide that occurred in October 2010. Marion County sheriff's deputies accompanied by metro police officers apprehended Ronnie Arciga of Indianapolis at his home in the 6600 block of...
  • Baby death ruled homicide

    Baby death ruled homicide
    The Marion County Coroner's office has ruled the death of a six-month-old as a homicide. The coroner's office says Nygell Easter died from blunt force trauma. The baby's father had told police Monday his son fell off a bed while in a car seat. The father...
  • Financier Tim Durham indicted, arrested

    Financier Tim Durham indicted, arrested
    Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced the indictment and arrest of Indianapolis financier Timothy Durham and two others, James Cochran and Rick D. Snow. Durham has been investigated for alleged manipulation of Fair Finance Company, an Ohio...
  • Severe weather sirens tested statewide

    Severe weather sirens tested statewide
    The storm sirens were tested Wednesday morning. According to the Indianapolis Homeland Security Office, all but one siren went off as planned in Marion County. 168 sirens, except for the one, sounded. The one that didn't sound had been struck by a...
  • Parade, greening of Canal part of annual St. Patrick's Day tradition

    Parade, greening of Canal part of annual St. Patrick's Day tradition
    Thursday, March 17th is St. Patrick's Day as we all know. There are many celebrations going on in Indianapolis, beginning with the "greening" of the downtown Canal. A crowd gathered to watch, enjoying music, free coffee and donuts. After a difficult...
  • Police canvas yields information in search for abduction suspect

    Police canvas yields information in search for abduction suspect
    Police and detectives with IMPD and the Marion County Sheriff's Department spent Thursday afternoon canvassing the neighborhood near Southport Road and Shelby Street where a man abducted an eight year old girl on March 7. Officers went door-to-door at an...
  • FBI helps nab Marion County fugitive in Louisville

    FBI helps nab Marion County fugitive in Louisville
    A fugitive wanted for murder in Marion County was caught in Kentucky Thursday. Roddell Green, 28, was arrested after a two year investigation. In February of 2009, police said Green shot 24-year-old Donte Banks at Heather Ridge Court on the city's...
  • Sheriff presents 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital

    Sheriff presents 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital
    Sheriff John Layton kicked of the 2011 Marion County Sheriff’s Department gun lock giveaway program by presenting 800 gun locks to Riley Hospital Friday morning. Sheriff John Layton and staff gave the gun locks away in an effort to keep central...
  • U.S. attorney to spearhead violent crime crackdown

    U.S. attorney to spearhead violent crime crackdown
    In an agreement he called "historic," U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett unveiled a campaign Thursday to attack violent crime in Central Indiana from the streets right through the federal court level. Hogsett said the cooperative effort will rely on the...
  • IMPD requesting public's help in locating rape suspect

    IMPD requesting public's help in locating rape suspect
    Metro police need the public’s help to track down a suspected rapist. Lesnick Jones has an outstanding warrant for rape in Marion County. Detectives aren't releasing any details about the alleged crime but they do want the public’s help in...