A murder suspect who was mistakenly released two weeks ago from jail in Indianapolis was captured Wednesday by the U.S. Marshals Service in Minnesota, where he faces charges in a 2021 killing, police said.
Web Exclusive: Indiana incarcerated women research, publish historical book on Indiana Women’s Prison
A group of incarcerated women at the Indiana Women’s Prison in Indianapolis has researched and gathered information on the origins of the facility. That research will soon become public via a book set to release this month.Read More
Clay County considering expanding jail to house more ICE detainees
The Clay County Jail is considering adding on to its facility to house more ICE detainees.Read More
Web Exclusive: Incarcerated vets pay it forward with challenge coins
A group of incarcerated veterans dedicated to encouraging their fellow servicemen participating in a veteran’s treatment court program have, for the past several years, made an impact by taking up their pencils and paintbrushes.
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
A federal magistrate judge has granted local defendants’ motion to stay discovery in a case involving noncitizen U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the Clay County Jail while a motion to dismiss is pending.
A scowling Donald Trump posed for a mug shot Thursday as he surrendered inside a jail on charges that he illegally schemed to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia, creating a historic and humbling visual underscoring the former president’s legal troubles.
A Moscow court ruled Thursday that Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich must stay in jail on espionage charges until the end of November, Russian state news agency Tass reported.
Federal and local defendants in a case involving noncitizen U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at the Clay County Jail are again asking a federal court to dismiss claims.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit against the Howard County Jail, claiming its policy of limiting what books incarcerated individuals can be sent is unconstitutional.
A 26-year-old man has been released after being misidentified as the person who walked into a northwestern Indiana jail, poured an accelerant on the floor and started a small fire, court records say.
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 man with a history of mental illness died after 20 days locked away, naked, in a windowless, isolation cell at a southern Indiana jail, where he lost nearly 45 pounds and didn’t receive necessary care, a federal lawsuit alleges.
Noncitizen detainees who allege the Clay County Jail is using U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement funding to operate as a “cash cow” can proceed with part of their lawsuit, a federal judge has ruled.
An attempt by county commissioners to regulate e-cigarette and nicotine use in the local jail went too far, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has affirmed.
A white correctional officer in southwestern Indiana who is seen in body camera footage punching a Black inmate during a struggle has been fired.
Officials in Hamilton County have launched a program aimed at providing a career pathway for individuals in the Hamilton County Jail.
A Bedford Republican wants to change who has the right to bail in Indiana — and it will mean editing the state’s Constitution to make it happen.
A western Indiana jail inmate faces felony charges for allegedly attacking and trying to choke a correctional officer in his jail cell, police said.
Pilot project designed to give second chance: Interdisciplinary Defense System brings together agencies to help individuals reentering society
With a game-changing grant of $4 million from the Lilly Endowment Inc., a long-discussed idea for creating a support network to help individuals reentering society after a period of incarceration is becoming a reality.
COA: Lake County sheriff didn’t need commissioners’ approval to sign jail contract for health services
In a dispute between Lake County’s sheriff and the local county commissioners, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled for the sheriff.
The planned $120 million revamp of the former Jail II building and Arrestee Processing Center in downtown Indianapolis by 1820 Ventures could be aided by $15.5 million in tax increment financing bonds, pending full City-County Council approval.
IPAS appeals after district court denies motion seeking plan for faster competency restoration services
A federal court has denied a motion that would have required Indiana to reduce the time criminal defendants who are found incompetent wait to receive competency restoration services, ruling the jails’ treatment for the mentally ill is “minimally adequate.”
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.