An Indiana man has been sentenced to community corrections for setting a fire that destroyed a re-creation of the log cabin where Revolutionary War figure George Rogers Clark spent his retirement years.
A man who admitted setting several barn fires in a northern Indiana county in 2021 pleaded guilty Thursday to setting three others in a neighboring county.
A southwestern Indiana man was sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to setting a fire that gutted a historic century-old building that had been slated for restoration.
A man convicted of setting fire to his sister’s property failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the trial court erred in denying his request for a mistrial or in admitting “silent witness” evidence.
7th Circuit certifies question of what constitutes ‘arson’ to IN Supreme Court, stays appeal challenging enhanced sentence for felon-in-possession conviction
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is asking the Indiana Supreme Court to provide guidance on what constitutes “arson” under state law.
A man walked into a northwestern Indiana jail on Monday, poured an accelerant on the floor and lit it, starting a small fire that was quickly extinguished, a sheriff said.
A woman who pleaded guilty to arson for allegedly helping her boyfriend set fire to several barns in northern Indiana was sentenced Tuesday to eight years on house arrest.
A judge rejected a plea agreement Monday for a woman accused of helping her boyfriend set fire to several northern Indiana barns, citing her plea deal’s lack of prison time.
A man who pleaded guilty to torching several barns last year in a northern Indiana county was sentenced Monday to 50 years in prison followed by decades on probation.
A man has pleaded guilty in connection with a series of barn fires set last year in several northern Indiana counties.
A Chicago man convicted of multiple felonies in Indiana tried to block his wife’s testimony at trial under Indiana Evidence Rule 701, but the Court of Appeals of Indiana held that after 11 years of marriage, the wife would be able to recognize her husband on surveillance video.
A couple accused of torching eight barns last year in a northern Indiana county now face charges alleging that they also set fire to an Amish school in an adjacent county.
An Indiana man indicted in the fatal shooting of a Terre Haute police detective who was also an FBI task force officer faces a March trial in the slaying.
A federal grand jury indicted an Indiana man Wednesday on charges that would make him eligible for the death penalty if he’s convicted in the fatal shooting of a Terre Haute police detective and FBI task force officer.
A northern Indiana woman has been charged with allegedly setting a May house fire that killed a man and an 8-year-old boy.
A Terre Haute man has been sentenced to 70 years in prison for starting an apartment fire that killed his brother, who rushed into the building in an apparent attempt to warn residents about the fire.
Teen convicted in Porter Co. slayings loses appeal of convictions, but sentence reduced for double jeopardy
A teenager convicted of killing two people in a drug deal-turned-robbery has lost his appeal of his murder convictions and 150-plus-year sentence, though that sentence will be slightly reduced after the Indiana Court of Appeals threw out an attempted robbery conviction on double jeopardy grounds.
A man has been sentenced to prison for a string of arsons over a number of years in Indianapolis. David Bradshaw will serve 32 years in the Indiana Department of Correction as part of a 40-year total sentence, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office said.
A Terre Haute man has been convicted of murder and arson for starting an apartment fire that killed his brother, who rushed into the building in an apparent attempt to warn residents about the fire.
A southern Indiana man charged with killing a woman whose decapitated, mutilated body was found inside her burning apartment will be evaluated by psychiatrists to determine whether he has an intellectual disability.