Couple steps to replace the stolen equip Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — An Indianapolis Boy Scout troop that had their tents and other camping equipment stolen from a truck can now replace the gear.
That's thanks to a couple from Indianapolis who offered to help Troop 494 purchase new tents, camping stoves and other items. Dr. Phil Farber said he and his wife Stephanie said they felt bad for the Scouts and were pleased to have the chance to help them out. This weekend, Troop 494 had decided to go out to a park. As two Scouts went to check the trailer where their gear was kept, they found that a dozen or so tents had been broken into among the items they had taken. The loss was projected to be at least $2,000. Troop leaders cancelled the camp, opting instead for a day-long Jamboree Saturday to be attended by the troop. Boy Scout chief Tom Olivier said he was delighted with the generosity and kindness of the couple calling it an amazing and highly appreciated present. If you're wondering, Farber said when he was a scout, too, and thought, "Wow, we can help them out," and they did.
INDIANAPOLIS CRIME STOPPER ASKING FOR HELP LOCATING MAN ACCUSED OF RAPE ALLEGATIONS
Indianapolis cops are requesting aid in locating an individual charge with the case of rape.
As per Indianapolis Met sheriff's dept. records, inspectors are seeking Jaquis Brown after a order was released on Apr one, accusing him of rape.
Anybody having any information should contact the Indianapolis cop. The name of the tipster would not be disclosed by the police.
SEVEN SHOT AND 2 DIED IN DIFFERENT INCIDENTS IN INDIANAPOLIS
Weekend in the Circle county was very brutal. 7 firings are being investigated by police — 2 people died.
Suspect 29 was taken into custody in the first attack. That sent a woman to the medical facility at about midnight. The state of the victim is unclear.
Sat night, another lady was shot. That was at approximately eight p.m. On the very northern coast of Indy. She was admitted in serious condition to surgery. No suspect details are yet known.
Authorities reacted Sunday afternoon to 2 fatal shootings. Near 11:45 pm a guy was fired in his house on Michigan Road. He'd been taken to the medical facility where he passed away.
Hours later, another person fired in a driveway. He was declared dead at the spot.
"I realize that homicide detectives are interrogating the witnesses. I will request everyone in the neighborhood to contact the homicide department this morning. Any detail you provide will help the police solve this incident, "stated William Young, I.M.P.D Public Affairs Agent.
In only 2 hrs on the weekend night the cops reacted to 3 more incidents. They all took place in various parts of the city.
2 people in stable condition whereas 1 person was admitted in serious condition.
Cops so far haven't unveiled any details about last night firing.
ONE DIED IN THREE VEHICLE COLLISION AT 38TH STREET
1 individual has killed after a collision of 3 vehicles on Sat night.
The collision occurred shortly before eight o'clock at night, at 38th St & Washington Blvd.
I.M.P.D informs 13-News that it seemed a vehicle was running a red signal that contributed to the crash.
No further detail has been reported about any potential casualties within the three cars.
The story is developing.
FIRING AT WEST SIDE OF THE COUNTY AND ONE PERSON IS DEAD
An individual is killed in a firing, Sunday afternoon on the western side of the county.
Indianapolis Metropolitan sheriff's dept officers were sent Sun shortly before the afternoon. to the 2300 section of Northern Moreland Street. A person shot reportedly. This is in a region east of North Tibbs Avenue and south of Lafayette Lane.
Officers found a male who was declared dead from a bullet wound stuck at his head. The name of the victim has not been published.
Officers on the site said they were questioning bystanders but at this point details were published.
AN ELDERLY MAN DIED IN THE FLIPPED IN CAR CRASH IN HANCOCK COUNTY
Cops are inquiring after the death of an Indianapolis guy on a Friday morning accident.
The caller who confirmed the accident said the car was found, but wasn't sure how long it had been there. The person inside the car was unconscious.
An initial report about the accident suggests that when he was going towards the State Road 234 and crossed the road, the driver headed northbound on city road 300 West. The car of the flipped off, struck with the tree. The guy has not survived the crash.
City Road 300 closed for around two hours in the region of the accident while cops examining the incident.