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An Indianapolis arson investigator was charged with leaving the scene of an accident Friday. Avon police said Lieutenant James Burris crashed his car into a wooden pole early Wednesday morning and then left the scene. He admitted he left the scene...
Tags: Prosecution, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
More than 260 state and local law enforcement agencies will continue their efforts to detect impaired drivers this holiday weekend, as Indiana’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over crackdown continues. Since the start of the campaign August 19,...
Tags: Indiana, Crime, Law and Justice, Labor Day, Crimes, Holidays
The Indiana Excise Police cited Kilroy's Sports Bar on two alcohol-related charges Thursday afternoon. The citations resulted from their investigation into the disappearance of Indiana University student Lauren Spierer. Kilroy’s Sports Bar, located...
While the Indiana University school year just got underway, alcohol related citations in Bloomington are already on their way up from last year. State Excise Police officers have issued more than 400 tickets this year, reaching close to about the 500...
No Only a government institution can make someone sympathize with the tobacco industry. In addition to being gross, the Food and Drug Administration’s newly unveiled warning labels represent a gross misuse of power. They are part of a hypocritical...
For the second time in six months, Superior Judge Grant Hawkins was asked to toss disputed blood evidence out of criminal charges lodged against an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer. In court Thursday, the judge ruled the blood...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Prosecution, Justice System, Crimes
A former Indiana state trooper admits to letting an intoxicated driver go, and then destroying the results of her alcohol test. Brandon Titus, 28, of Lafayette has agreed to plead guilty. If a judge accepts the plea deal, Titus will be sentenced...
Tags: Lawyers, Trials, Indiana, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice
Allegations have surfaced that Columbus buses that are supposed to pick up the disabled are being used to help convicted drunk drivers who are friends with the boss. The "Call-A-Bus" service is a great resource for the disabled, to drive them to...
I sat in the back of the room, one seat behind the one in which I sat two years earlier. I had a clear view of the teacher, the students and, most of all, the lesson to be taught that day. It was "drunk goggles" day in drivers education: the day everyone...
TribLocal - Highland Park & Highwood » NewsThe CEO and president of the Ravinia Festival has been charged with drunk driving after an accident less than a mile from his Highland Park …...
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