A prosecutor Thursday charged the second man arrested in a July shooting at a massive block party in central Indiana that left one person dead and 17 others wounded.
A Muncie man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced to 44 years in prison after being convicted of dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death, a Level 1 felony, Delaware County Prosecutor Eric Hoffman announced Aug. 16.
A 36-year-old central Indiana man made his initial appearance Tuesday in court following a shooting at a massive block party that left one person dead and 17 others wounded.
Delaware Co. man formally charged in deadly Muncie block party shooting, but not in connection with fatality
The man arrested in connection with a deadly weekend shooting at a Muncie neighborhood block party has been formally charged with four felonies However, John L. Vance Jr. has not been charged in connection with the death of Joseph E. Bonner III.
New details have been revealed in the weekend shooting at a Muncie block party that left one person dead and more than a dozen injured, including the name of the suspect who has been arrested.
A second Muncie man convicted of threatening local judges has been sentenced to five years in prison, Delaware County Prosecutor Eric Hoffman announced Saturday.
A man convicted as a teenager of murder whose sentence has already been reduced from 141 years to 88 years has failed in his most recent bid to obtain another sentence reduction.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced new judicial appointments for courts in Marion, Allen and Delaware counties.
A central Indiana man accused of resisting arrest and shooting at three sheriff’s deputies has been formally charged in the June attack.
A judge has sentenced an Indiana man to 41 years in prison for his role in a 2017 van crash that killed a 6-year-old girl.
A Delaware County jury has acquitted a Muncie teenager of murder, the county prosecutor announced Friday.
Helping the self-represented: Growing number of counties offering self-help centers for pro se litigants
A growing number of Indiana counties are finding ways to connect pro se litigants with legal assistance.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is accepting applications for judicial openings in Allen Circuit Court and Delaware Circuit Court 3.
A permanent injunction preventing two brothers from using their property for their trucking business has been upheld, but the Court of Appeals of Indiana reversed the imposition of costs and fines in the case.
Three bills requesting additional judicial officers in three counties were heard by the Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday but have not yet been voted on.
The Indiana House Courts and Criminal Code Committee gave unanimous approval Wednesday to a bill that would allow for the creation of new courts or judicial positions in six counties.
A former Muncie police officer has pleaded guilty to 11 federal charges related to six incidents of excessive force and/or false reporting — the third former Muncie officer to admit to misconduct in his official capacity.
An Indiana woman who was sexually assaulted by a nurse during her stay at a Muncie hospital has failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the state’s medical malpractice statute should apply to her claims for damages based on the sexual assault.
Inmates with mental health and substance use disorders in five Indiana counties will be offered new peer support and resources through a pilot program designed to connect them with treatment options, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction has announced.