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March 2018 Archives

Arrests reveal drug smuggling route from southern US border

Despite Indianapolis' location in the Midwestern United States, police still see lots of drugs that appear to have been made in Mexico and shipped illegally to distributors in Indiana and elsewhere. The investigation and arrest of two people shows how drug cartels use different means to ship their products to distributors in Indianapolis.

Man facing gun charges after shooting ruled as self-defense

Self-defense is frequently asserted when one individual shoots another. A recent homicide in Indianapolis demonstrates that even when this argument succeeds, the person who pulled the trigger may face other criminal charges. The first homicide of 2018 in Lawrence, Indiana, has been ruled self-defense, but the shooter is now facing another criminal charge based upon his criminal history.

Various types of fraud charges and how to protect your rights

Like most Indiana residents, you probably carry out many duties or engage in various activities on a regular basis that have to do with finances. Whether it's simply managing your own household budget, filing taxes or balancing a checking or savings account, handling money or juggling financial numbers is a typical part of life for most adults. If you happen to own a business, then you likely have firsthand experience in resolving financial problems and overcoming financial challenges of all kinds.

Overdoses lead to the arrests of four men

Some of Indianapolis' most vulnerable citizens are the indigent men who frequent the city's various shelters. In January, staff members at the Wheeler Mission men's shelter noticed that some of their clients were engaging in erratic and aggressive behavior. Police were called to investigate, and their findings make up the bulk of the case against four men charged with a variety of gun and drug crimes.

Police, federal agents break up drug-trafficking organization

A joint investigation dating back to May 2016 has resulted in numerous arrests of people alleged to be members of a large gang. The arrests were made on February 23 when federal agents and Indiana police officers executed search warrants at four locations on the north and north-east sides of Indianapolis. The investigation has produced a number of gun and drug dealing charges.

Paramedic charged with stealing fentanyl from ambulance

An addiction coupled with ready access to the addictive substance can be a dangerous combination. The Marion County prosecutor's office filed several drug crime charges against a 30-year-old woman who allegedly stole fentanyl from an ambulance and used the drugs herself.

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