A bill allowing people to use force against police illegally entering their homes took a step closer to the governor’s desk Thursday.
Amendments to a bill in the Indiana House further limit when residents can resist police entry into their homes.
The General Assembly is taking up the bills that would change the laws on police entry into homes without a warrant and a possible statewide smoking ban.
A student was detained for allegedly bringing a gun to school. The weapon has not been found.
The Indiana legislature did not pass any legislation this past week.
The bill comes after some legislators pronounced themselves unhappy with a Supreme Court decision.
Four police were trapped inside a house in Morgan County this morning after trying to serve a warrant.
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A legislative committee says an earlier court ruling had some people worried that police were immune to a law against illegal entry into one's home.
The Bloomington Police Department is holding a press conference at 3 p.m. to discuss the arrest.