Charlie White is appealing his February 2012 conviction on charges of voter fraud, perjury and theft that came a year after he was elected Secretary of State.
After being tipped off by a buyer from online auction site eBay, Indianapolis police nabbed a suspect in six thefts from an Indiana medical museum.
Changes to a city ordinance require pawn shops to submit transaction records and customer information to an online database agency.
Bloomington Police want second-hand retailers to record and share more information about their transactions with law enforcement to combat theft.
Devan Dumes faced attempted murder, theft, carjacking, and several gun-related charges.
The council is considering amending Title 4 of the Bloomington Municipal Code.
Cash for gold businesses are not held to the same standards as pawn shops, putting police trying to recover the property at a disadvantage.
A 300-pound bronze fish missing from IU’s Showalter Fountain since at least 2010 has been returned. But the perpetrators likely won’t face any consequences.
There have been at least 74 thefts at Indiana pharmacies this year.
Zoeller charges that Kirk used school corporation funds to pay for personal expenses such as restaurant bills, jewelry, household appliances, and groceries.