The U.S Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana collected roughly $12.2 million in civil and criminal forfeitures in fiscal year 2022.
The final defendant has been sentenced in a corruption case against former Muncie officials that began with a tip to the FBI in 2015.
A Greenwood man who pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering after embezzling more than $14 million from his employer has been sentenced to six years in prison.
An assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana will lead the efforts of her office in connection with the Justice Department’s nationwide Election Day Program for the upcoming general election.
An Anderson Community Schools bookkeeper has been charged by federal prosecutors with wire fraud and falsifying income tax returns based on allegations that she issued more than 300 checks to herself totaling almost $1 million over a five-year period.
With the highly lethal synthetic substance fentanyl being trafficked across state and country borders, often laced with other drugs on the black market, law enforcement and public health experts are trying to keep up with its increased use and distribution.
A southern Indiana reserve police officer who sued the town of Clarksville after it withdrew his conditional offer of employment due to his HIV diagnosis has reached a settlement with the town, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced.
Indiana nursing board, Justice Department settle discrimination case against nurses being treated for opioid use disorder
The Indiana State Board of Nursing has settled with the Justice Department over claims that the board violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by prohibiting nurses who take opioid use disorder medication from participating in a rehab program for nurses.
A Franklin man has been charged with manufacturing and selling 3D-printed “ghost guns” and firearm conversion pieces, the Indiana Southern District U.S. Attorney’s Office announced this week.
American Senior Communities, the largest nursing home company in Indiana, has agreed to pay nearly $5.6 million to resolve allegations that it violated federal laws by submitting false claims to the Medicare program.
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana Zachary Myers has been chosen to chair the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee’s cyber and intellectual property subcommittee, tackling issues at the intersection of law enforcement and high technology.
Tyrone Anthony Ross, 30, was sentenced to five years in federal prison and three years supervised release on Monday for firing a gun during a protest in downtown Indianapolis following the murder of George Floyd.
A Martinsville man has been handed a 15-year sentence in federal prison for trafficking child sex abuse material, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana and Federal Bureau of Investigation Indianapolis announced Thursday.
Ex-Ohio police chief gets 3 years probation for federal machine gun conspiracy with 2 Hoosier dealers
A former Ohio police chief who admitted to misusing his position and conspiring with two Hoosier gun dealers to illegally traffic hundreds of fully automatic machine guns has been sentenced to three years of probation.
A new type of untraceable firearm printed using 3D technology is starting to gain national attention, coined with the colloquial name “ghost gun.” Federal authorities say they are increasingly recovering the homemade weapons, which are impossible to track without a serial number. As gun violence continues nationwide, law enforcement and policymakers are scrambling to get ahead of a trend they fear could exacerbate the problem.
An Evansville man will spend 6½ years in federal prison on multiple charges, including possession of a new type of weapon that’s raising hairs on law enforcement’s neck: 3D printed “ghost guns.”
A 39-year-old Carmel man was sentenced to two years in federal prison Tuesday for defrauding the Indianapolis-based advertising and public relations agency where he worked out of more than $700,000.
A thrice-convicted Indiana sex offender has been sentenced to four decades in federal prison for child sexual exploitation and creating and trafficking videos of child sexual abuse, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced.
Zachary Myers was sworn in Monday as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, becoming the first African American to serve as the district’s chief federal law enforcement officer.
Indiana is welcoming a historic milestone as the first African American U.S. attorneys to serve in the Hoosier State were confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Thursday night.