Former Clark County sheriff Jamey Noel has been charged with 15 felonies alleging ghost employment, corrupt business influence and obstruction of justice, among other charges.
Web Exclusive: Artwork created by inmates highlights recovery, healing from substance abuse
The biblical words “love is patient, love is kind,” have significant meaning to close friends Lonisha Johnson and Kristy Johnson, both of whom are incarcerated at the Clark County Jail.Read More
Judges portrayed as aggressors in gunman’s self-defense claim
Did Brandon Kaiser pull the trigger on two Indiana judges only after they attacked him and placed him in fear for his life? He claims in court filings they did. But even as the judges involved in the now-infamous brawl have retaken the bench after brief suspensions, video that could prove conclusive remains under a court seal.Read More
Man charged in judges’ shooting claims self-defense, says judges were aggressors
The man charged with shooting two southern Indiana judges outside an Indianapolis fast food restaurant last year claimed in a Tuesday court filing that he acted in self-defense. The notice of affirmative defense also alleges the judges were the aggressors as alleged gunman Brandon Kaiser and his nephew, Alfredo Vazquez, were stopping to eat at a downtown White Castle, where the shooting took place in the parking lot.Read More
2 aggravated battery convictions related to judges’ 2019 shooting overturned, but defendant’s self-defense, fundamental error claims rejected on appeal
The man convicted of aggravated battery and other charges in connection with the 2019 shooting of two Indiana judges will see two of his aggravated battery convictions overturned for a double jeopardy violation, although his other convictions were upheld.
Clark Co. prosecutors win summary judgment after man gives brother’s name, brother gets arrested for crimes he didn’t commit
Clark County’s prosecutor and a deputy prosecutor won summary judgment in federal court on Friday, with a judge finding that a man’s arrest for crimes he did not commit were the result of misstatements made by his brother, not the actions of the prosecutors.
A man convicted of breaking into an elderly woman’s home and severely beating her could not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his felony convictions or sentence should be overturned.
The director of a southern Indiana funeral home where 31 decomposing bodies and the cremains of 17 others were found pleaded guilty Friday to more than 40 counts of felony theft.
The man convicted of aggravated battery in connection with the May 2019 shooting of two southern Indiana judges is asking the Court of Appeals of Indiana to overturn his convictions based on fundamental error and double jeopardy violations.
A man convicted of the brutal murder of his ex-girlfriend, which included cannibalism, failed to convince the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn his sentence of life without parole.
Former paramedic not entitled to change of venue in suit over breach of noncompete agreement, COA affirms
A man sued by his former employer for breach of a noncompete agreement is not entitled to a change of venue for the case, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A southern Indiana nurse facing a criminal charge for allegedly removing a nursing home resident’s oxygen mask hours before his death from COVID-19 will avoid jail time under a plea bargain.
LWOP appeal from Jeffersonville man convicted of killing, cannibalism headed to IN Supreme Court next week
The Indiana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next Thursday in a case involving a man’s appeal of his life without parole sentence following a murder conviction.
Ex-jail officer who sold jail keys requests gag order against Clark County sheriff in ‘night of terror’ case
A former Clark County Jail officer accused of selling access cards to male inmates, leading to an alleged “night of terror” for female inmates, has filed a motion for a protective order against Sheriff Jamey Noel, his attorneys and his office to prevent them from making public statements while their federal case proceeds.
The Republican candidate for a southern Indiana legislative seat plans to seek a recount after updated vote tallies showed him losing by 155 votes.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has made judicial appointments to courts in Warrick and Clark counties.
Driving down Interstate 65 on a cold Monday evening, computer equipment and boxes of books in tow, Court of Appeals of Indiana communications director Anne Fuchs was preparing for a busy day.
Each of the four judges involved in a shooting at an Indianapolis White Castle recently took the stand for the prosecution, recounting with emotion the events of April 30 and May 1, 2019.
Clark Co. sheriff responds to ‘night of terror’ accusations, posts alleged surveillance videos from incident on personal website
Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel has responded — both in court filings and through posts on a website he created — to the allegations made by 28 female inmates who claim they were attacked by male inmates after a guard sold an access key to the men while on duty at the Jeffersonville jail last year.
In bloody, emotional, and never-before-seen or heard detail, Indiana judges involved in the 2019 shooting at an Indianapolis White Castle testified on Monday and Tuesday in Marion Superior Judge Shatrese Flowers’ courtroom.
The license of a southern Indiana funeral home has been suspended after police found more than 30 unrefrigerated bodies there last month, including some that were badly decomposed, the state’s attorney general’s office announced on Thursday.
‘Night of terror:’ 28 women allege assaults by male inmates after Clark Co. Jail officer sold access keys
More than two dozen female detainees are suing Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel and current and former members of his jail staff, alleging they were attacked by male inmates during “a night of terror” that occurred after a corrections officer sold access keys last fall.
The Indiana Supreme Court recently appointed a trio of judges pro tempore in trial courts across the state. The appointments announced this month were made to courts in Clark, Hancock and Jennings counties.