Northern Indiana police say they have located a man considered a person of interest in the fatal shootings of two people.
Law enforcement confiscated thousands of dollars, guns and cocaine in the raids.
The suspect escaped custody and jumped several fences while police tried to re-apprehend him.
Charlene Spierer addressed the letter to the people who know what happened to Lauren the night she disappeared.
Saturday is “Find Lauren Day” and the Spierer’s hope volunteers will help canvass the area in the search for their daughter.
Volunteers are urged to gather at 8 a.m. at McNutt Quad on the IU Campus.
Within a day of police releasing photos of a truck which may be connected to the Lauren Spierer case, police say they’ve received more than 300 phone tips.
Bloomington officials plan to seek help from the Indiana National Guard in the search for missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer.
Zoeller supports the rehearing of a Supreme Court decision denying a person the right to resist a law enforcement official’s unlawful entry into their home.
IU will not have to pay a licensing fee for the technology; rather, the university will share in profits generated by the traffic IU directs to ChaCha.