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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.
POLICE RESPONDED TO A MAN SHOT ON WEST SIDE OF INDIANAPOLIS
The Metropolitan police dept of Indianapolis (IMPD) reacted on Friday noon to a man fired on the near-west side of the area.
Officials said IMPD officers have found an individual with a bullet wound on N's 1300 block. At about four p.m.
Officers said the man is in serious condition, and was taken to a nearby medical facility.
Police said, a witness of the incident told that the victim has loaded pistol in the lap and he opened fired accidentally in his lap.
No details of the man are disclosed by IMPD yet.
Presently IMPD is interrogating.
INDIANAPOLIS AGREES A SIXTH-ROUND DRAFT PICK TO FOUR-YEAR AGREEMENT
The Indianapolis Colts gave a 4-year extension Wed to safety Isaiah-Rodgers, rendering him the 2nd draft choice to enter a settlement in 2 days.
In all seasons at Massachusetts, the Five-Ft-ten, One-seventy-pound safety picked up Eleven passes, recovered 4 fumbles, intercepted 3 kicks, and had Forty-three passes defensed. He has made a point on a rebound kick.
Rodgers was 2nd overall of Indianapolis 's 4 6th-round-picks, Number-211. Positive 5th-round lineman-Danny-Pinter agreed Tue.
Seven Colt drafts from Colts have also not committed to terms yet.
A MALE DIED IN FIRING IN THE NORTHEASTERN SIDE OF INDIANAPOLIS
Cops are investigating a guy who was fatally shot on Saturday on the northeastern side of Indianapolis.
As per Indianapolis Met patrol Force records, officers replied to an individual bullet's call on East Thirty-second Street and Baltimore Aven morning Saturday to the location.
When they entered, they identified a guy wounded of one bullet wound, IMPD officer William Young said in an email. The guy deceased on the incident site.
No further information has been given related to the incident.
CHILDREN'S MUSEUM IN INDIANAPOLIS IS RATED AS BEST BY A MAGAZINE
Families journal rated Indianapolis' children's museum as the Greatest children's museums for 2020 for the country. On Fri, the publication named the Family Travel Awards recipients, highlighting, among many others, the finest of traveling and entertainment divisions such as zoos and aquariums, amusement parks, discovery museums, and state parks.
A jury of Twenty-four reporters and contributors voted the Indianapolis museum and many others. Among several, reporters from Families, Tourism & Recreation, and the Personal travel Panel examined the several applicants to make the actual final decision.
CRIME STOPPER ARE INVESTIGATING THE DEADLY FIRING IN INDIANAPOLIS ON NORTH EAST SIDE
Indianapolis cops are reviewing a deadly firing that happened on the northeast side early sunday.
As per Indianapolis National police Division records, cops from the northern division were deployed to the 6000 block of East 38th Road building on the corner with North Arlington Aven after a woman was confirmed to have only been fired.
The woman, whose name has not been reported, was taken to a nearby hospital in which she was declared dead.
A couple of hours later, a person stepped into Methodist Emergency department with a bullet wound. The individual is mentioned in critical condition. IMPD said that the two cases are not claimed to be linked.