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Man charged with murder of Indiana teenage girl
(Reuters) - A prosecutor charged a man with murder on Friday in the death of a teenage girl whose bound and partially burned body was found in an Indianapolis homeowner's backyard in August. William Gholston, 46, was charged with killing Dominique Allen, 15, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said in a news release. The cause of death was asphyxiation, according to a probable-cause affidavit ...
November 24 2014
Charges filed in Dominique Allen murder
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced charges Friday against 46-year-old William Gholston, Sr. in the August 31, 2014 murder of 15-year-old Dominique Allen.
November 21 2014
Mental illness costs Marion County Jail millions
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — One of the largest mental health facilities in Central Indiana isn’t a psychiatric hospital — it’s the Marion County Jail.
November 19 2014
Same-sex marriage licenses issued in Marion Co.
The Marion County Clerk's Office said it would immediately begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples Monday, hours after the nation's high court declined to take on Indiana's same-sex marriage case.
October 23 2014
Strategic Relationship Brings City Back From The Brink
Mayor Wayne Seybold discussed his initiative to manage healthcare costs at a panel discussion during the Employer Healthcare Congress in September. By partnering with ELAP Services, a healthcare costs management and bill auditing firm based in Philadelphia, as well as Group & Pension Administrators, Inc., Marion reduced their healthcare costs by $2.7 million (45%) in just one year and turned ...
October 23 2014
Man charged in 4 Marion County murders to get married in jail
The third marriage request for Kenneth "Cody" Rackemann was granted by the Marion County judge Friday.
October 10 2014
Marion VA holds town-hall meeting
MARION, Ill. (AP) - Patients and their families served by a southern Illinois Veterans Affairs hospital are being given opportunities to publicly offer input about those services, administrators have announced. The Marion Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Monday held what its overseers say was the first of its ...
October 07 2014
Marion VA hosts town hall meeting
The Marion VA Medical Center held a town hall meeting Monday for veterans to express their concerns or accolades."I applaud you, you are trying," veteran Gerald Watkins told VA Director Don Hutson, a veteran himself who took over the reins at the hospital system in December.But Watkins and other veterans did express frustrations, from poor phone systems with long hold times, to complaints about ...
October 07 2014
Indy man arrested for ISU shooting
TERRE HAUTE, In. (September 28th, 2014) — Indiana State University police have made an arrest in the shooting of a student from Indianapolis by another Marion County man on the Terre Haute campus. Calvin McCauley, 20, an ISU student, was arrested on a preliminary charge of attempted murder for the shooting of Tevin Moore, 20, […]
October 07 2014
Indianapolis man charged with baking dog to death - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - An Indianapolis man faces felony charges alleging that he killed a friend's dog by putting the canine in a sweltering oven. Joel Clark, 37, was being held Thursday at the Marion County Jail on charges of killing a domestic animal and torturing or mutilating a vertebrate animal.
September 28 2014
Accused Indianapolis hitman appears in court
John H. Means, 21, faces four counts of murder in the deaths of William Davis, Tyrece Dorsey, Julius Douglas and Carlos Jefferson. INDIANAPOLIS -- A man accused in two separate double homicides appeared in Marion Superior Court on Friday.
September 26 2014
Court docs: IMPD officer lied about sex with woman
MARION COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer was charged with false informing after police say he lied about having sex with a woman who accused him of raping her.
September 18 2014
Elkhart Police looking for person of interest in Monday night shooting
Elkhart Police are looking for a person of interest after a shooting that injured a man Monday night.Police responded to a shooting shortly after 11:00pm on the 500 block of W. Marion St. At the scene they say they found a 20-year-old man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to his leg. He was transported to a nearby hospital, treated and released.
September 02 2014
Richmond Hill suspect’s trial to be held in South Bend
Mark Leonard walks into a Marion County courtroom. (WISH Photo) SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WISH) — At least one of the suspects accused in the 2012 south side explosion will have his trial held in St. Joseph County, Indiana, court documents obtained by I-Team 8 revealed Wednesday.
August 20 2014
State health officials warning about bacterial infection reports
INDIANA – Parents should be concerned but not worried about a recent slew of shigella cases reported by the Marion County Health Department. As of March 3, 2014,more than 300 ill individuals have been identified and roughly 260 of that number tested positive for Shigella sonnei.
August 20 2014
Evidence challenged in Richmond Hill suspect murder-for-hire plot
Indianapolis, Indiana
Mark Leonard walks into a Marion County courtroom. (WISH Photo) INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) A suspect in the 2012 south side explosion wants a judge to throw out potential evidence in an alleged murder-for-hire plot from behind bars. Prosecutors said Tuesday there is no legal support for the request.
August 19 2014
Prosecutor seeks death penalty in murder of Officer Renn

Major Davis Jr., from a previous arrest. (Provided Photo/IMPD) INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry will seek the death penalty in Major Davis Jr.’s murder case.
August 19 2014
Man gets life sentence in 1977 cold case murder
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A man arrested and charged with murder last year in a 1977 cold case was sentenced to life in prison this week. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced the sentencing of Michael Ackerman on Friday.
August 08 2014
Richmond Hill suspect in court as judge considers request for change of venue
Indianapolis, Indiana
By Russ McQuaid INDIANAPOLIS (July 28, 2014) – Marion Superior Court Judge Sheila Carlisle is holding the first of a scheduled five-day change of venue hearing in the Richmond Hill case. Lead defendant Mark Leonard was led into Carlisle’s courtroom in handcuffs Monday as his attorneys filed a motion seeking to move his case out […]
August 04 2014
Media coverage, juror bias at heart of Richmond Hill change of venue hearing
By Russ McQuaid INDIANAPOLIS (July 29, 2014) – At the close of the morning session of Mark Leonard’s change of venue hearing, Judge Sheila Carlisle turned down a motion by prosecutors to end attempts by defense attorneys to quiz more potential test jurors as to whether he could receive a fair trial in Marion County. […]
July 29 2014
5 Things You Need to Know this Tuesday morning
Marion, Indiana
May have record low temps today and for July; Center Grove schools start class today; City-County Council to hear opinion on public safety tax hike; Doctor's condition worsening after contracting Ebola; Arrest made in Hancock County murder.
July 29 2014
Man in custody for murdering his wife
Marion, Indiana
At about 8:11 a.m. Sunday, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officers were sent to 5702 Laurel Hall Drive after a 911 call of a disturbance with a person injured. When officers arrived they found a female inside the house with head
July 29 2014
Coroner: Wife was beaten, stabbed to death
Marion, Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The coroner has ruled an Indianapolis woman’s death a homicide. Her husband is preliminary charged with her murder. According to the Marion County Coroner, Rebecca Degrafreed, 47, died from blunt force traumatic injuries to her head and neck.
July 29 2014
UPDATE: Work resumes at Marion GM plant after explosion
Employees have returned to work at a General Motors metal-stamping plant in Indiana following a chemical explosion that killed a contractor and injured several others.
July 28 2014
Not guilty plea entered in officer's shooting
Marion, Indiana
The man accused of killing an Indianapolis police officer in an alley shootout appeared in court for the first time Tuesday, where a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf.
July 25 2014
Murder charge filed against suspect in Ofc. Renn's shooting death
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry announced a formal charge of murder against Major Davis Jr. in the shooting death of IMPD Ofc. Perry Renn Saturday night.
July 21 2014
Marion Man Killed in Crash on I-64
Williams, indiana
POSEY CO., IN -- A Marion man is dead after a crash on Interstate 64 in Posey County, Indiana.
July 18 2014
Prosecutor seeks death penalty for quad murder suspect, fiancé insists they will wed
Williams, California
By Kendall Downing INDIANAPOLIS – The trigger man behind a quadruple murder on the city’s southeast side could be put to death. Tuesday the Marion County Prosecutor announced he will seek the death penalty for 24-year-old Kenneth Rackemann. Rackemann is accused of shooting four people during a drug robbery, firing shots that killed three of […]
July 18 2014
Prosecutor says it will take time, money to seek death penalty in quadruple murder case
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 16, 2014)– Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Rick Hite are seeking capital punishment in the case against accused killer Kenneth Rackemann. Rackemann is a suspect in the murder of four people inside a south side home in February. Tuesday Curry and Hite announced they will pursue the […]
July 16 2014
Prosecutor, police chief say will take time and money to seek death penalty in quadruple murder cas
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 16, 2014)– Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Rick Hite are seeking capital punishment in the case against accused killer Kenneth Rackemann. Rackemann is a suspect in the murder of four people inside a south side home in February. Tuesday Curry and Hite announced they will pursue the […]
July 16 2014
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