Indiana State Police says voter suppression and civil rights violation allegations against the department are completely false.
Investigators believe more than 100 voter registration forms could have been compromised.
Investigation results said Deputy Carl Koontz and Sgt. Jordan Buckley fired 16 rounds in the March 20 shootout inside a Russiaville mobile home
Police say the animal either fell or was thrown from a moving vehicle. The alligator died before animal control workers arrived.
In the state of Indiana, aggressive driving is a Class A misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail and fines reaching $5,000.
Indianapolis is one of only six cities singled out for national recognition.
The ACLU of Indiana filed a lawsuit this week against Trooper Brian Hamilton. The ISP says Hamilton would have been terminated regardless of the ACLU lawsuit.
The funeral will be held at Northwestern High School in Kokomo, where Koontz worked as a resource officer. The public is invited to attend.
Indiana State Police had a busy weekend, responding to more than 140 accidents and service calls due to snowfall.
The free public forum will expand the “Run, Hide, Fight” scenario police recommend in case of an active shooter situation.