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    Wayne County Jail receives accreditation from national organization

    RICHMOND, Ind. — At a time when many Indiana jails are dealing with overcrowding and some are facing lawsuits, the Wayne County Jail is now the first in Indiana to receive a Level II Accreditation rating from the National Institute for Jail Operations. Wayne County is also the first jail to receive the accreditation in the 7th Judicial Circuit, which also includes Illinois and Wisconsin. The jail scored a 97.32 percent in order to receive the accreditation. Wayne County Sheriff […]

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    Jesus statue beheaded twice in two weeks

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — For the second time in two weeks, members of a church on the south side of Indianapolis have found their Jesus statue vandalized, giving it the appearance of being beheaded. “It makes me sad that somebody would do something like that,” said Pastor Brad Flaskamp. “I was hoping it was just a random act to destroy it in the first place.” That’s what the pastor and other members of Cottage Avenue Pentecostal Fellowship thought two weeks ago, […]

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    Convicted sex offender arrested again, accused of voyeurism

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – A convicted sex offender is in trouble with the law again, accused of hiding a camera in a public restroom and shooting video of unsuspecting victims. David Wise, 55, was arrested Sunday morning after being accused of hiding a camera phone in a unisex bathroom in the Kroger store located in the 3300 block of Kentucky Avenue. According to police records, officers responded to a disturbance at the store 1:30 Sunday morning. A man told officers he […]

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    Indianapolis man arrested for stealing panties found guilty on several counts of theft

    Update (Feb. 10, 2017)– Terry Benyon was found guilty on seven counts of theft, one count of corrupt business influence and one count of habitual offender. He was found not guilty on two counts of theft. His sentencing is set for Feb. 17. Original story: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The man caught on video stealing about 200 pairs of ladies underwear in August is now under arrest facing charges in several similar thefts, according to Indianapolis Metropolitan Police. Metro Police arrested 45-year […]

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    Franklin man sentenced in hit-and-run crash that seriously injured three people

    FRANKLIN, Ind.– A Franklin man was transported to prison just minutes after he agreed to plead guilty in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured three people in January 2016. Will Slinger, 30, pleaded guilty Wednesday to three counts of leaving the scene of an accident causing serious bodily injury.  Each count carries a sentence of two-and-a-half years. The judge handed down the maximum sentence: 7.5 years.  However, Indiana state law puts a cap on the prison term in this case.  Slinger will spend four […]

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    Street and highway crews prepare for winter’s return

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — You sure wouldn’t know it’s February by looking around central Indiana Tuesday. Temperatures hovering around 60 degrees had people walking around outside in sweatshirts and fleeces. Despite rainfall during the day, we even saw some people wearing shorts. Weather Authority Meteorologist Jim O’Brien says central Indiana has seen thirteen days with temperatures at or above 50 degrees since January 1. A handful of those days saw temperatures at or above 60 degrees. O’Brien says the reason for the mild […]

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    Johnson County officials work to ease jail overcrowding

    FRANKLIN, Ind – Officials in Johnson County are taking steps this week to ease the overcrowding at the county jail. “Today I have 397 individuals in the jail that’s supposed to house 322,” said Johnson County Sheriff Doug Cox. “I’ve been up as high as 413 in the past couple weeks.” The overcrowding situation has been brewing over the last couple years, since a 2014 change in state law required more low-level felons to serve their sentences in local jails […]

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    Scotty’s Brewhouse employees react to W-2 leak

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – One day after learning their personal and financial information could be in the hands of an email scammer, current and former Scotty’s Brewhouse employees are being urged to move quickly to secure their information from fraud and identity theft. Several employees tell CBS4 they heard about the breach on the news before hearing from the company they worked for. One former employee, who did not want to be identified, says she learned of the breach after getting […]

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    Scammer gets copy of W-2 form for every Scotty’s Brewhouse employee after data breach

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Officials at Scotty’s Brewhouse are working to inform thousands of employees across the company about an email data breach, leaking employees’ W-2 forms to an unknown suspect. Company officials called IMPD Monday afternoon to report the breach, which apparently resulted from an email phishing scam. According to the police report, an individual posing as company CEO Scott Wise sent an email to a payroll account employee. The email requested the employee to send all 4,000 employees W-2 forms […]

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    Police warn business owners about wall-busting burglars

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officials are urging business owners who rent space in strip malls to review their security measures after another burglary involving suspects busting through a wall to gain access. The latest wall-busting burglary was reported just before 5 a.m. Saturday in the 8900 block of East Washington Street. Officers arrived at Ace Cash Express to find a large hole cut in the drywall of the business. Detectives believe the suspect gained access to the building […]