RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Prosecution

A collection of news and information related to Prosecution published by this site and its partners.

Top Prosecution Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • "Flesh" found in landfill where police searched for Carmel teen

    "Flesh" found in landfill where police searched for Carmel teen
    The man accused of killing an 18-year-old Carmel man appeared in court for a pre-trial Friday morning, and a shocking discovery was announced by the prosecutors. According to Fox41 in Louisville, prosecutors in the Andrew Compton case said “flesh&...
  • Jury deliberates in Charlie White trial Friday

    Jury deliberates in Charlie White trial Friday
    Embattled Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White will soon know his fate.  The jury began deliberating Friday afternoon in the voting fraud trial that began early this week. Closing arguments were delivered in court Friday.  Some drama unfolded as...
  • Witnesses: Woman jumped in front of semi on I-69 NB Wednesday

    Witnesses: Woman jumped in front of semi on I-69 NB Wednesday
    An Indianapolis woman was struck and killed by a semi-tractor trailer Wednesday afternoon after police said she ran in front of the traffic. All lanes of Interstate 69 northbound were closed near State Road 37 and 116th Street due to the accident at...
  • Prosecutor's office to review report on teen fatally shot while playing paintball

    Prosecutor's office to review report on teen fatally shot while playing paintball
    The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have announced conservation officers have finished their investigation into the death of the 17-year-old fatally shot in Shelby Co. while playing paintball with his family. DNR said Brandon Spangler...
  • Marion County Sheriff's deputy won't be charged for alleged groping

    Marion County Sheriff's deputy won't be charged for alleged groping
    The prosecutor says there isn't enough evidence to charge a Marion County Sherriff’s deputy for allegedly groping a 12-year-old girl at a Super Bowl event.  Instead, Ryan Radez will face charges of public intoxication. He was arrested Friday...
  • A driver's license is a privilege, not a right

    A driver's license is a privilege, not a right
    Lawyers say the darnedest things. "Isn't taking the license a presumption of guilt?" asked Jason Jenkins, the attorney for a woman charged with drunken driving, as quoted in The Morning Call on Sunday. At issue was whether Northampton County Judge...
  • Opening statements begin in Charlie White voting fraud trial

    Opening statements begin in Charlie White voting fraud trial
    Opening statements began in the Hamilton County Superior Court in the voting fraud trial of Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White. White is accused of misrepresenting his true address in Fishers when voting in the May 2012 primary election when he...
  • Police arrest former Wishard employee accused of inappropriately touching unconscious patient

    Police arrest former Wishard employee accused of inappropriately touching unconscious patient
    The Marion County Sheriff’s Office arrested a former Wishard Memorial Hospital employee charged with inappropriately touching an unconscious female patient and videotaping the incident with his cell phone. Folajuwoni Ajayi, 47, has been charged...
  • Prosecutors seek life sentence for suspects in Cumberland murders

    Prosecutors seek life sentence for suspects in Cumberland murders
    The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a request to sentence the two men accused of killing a Cumberland girl and her uncle to life without parole. Michael Bell, 22, and Jeremy Priel, 25, were charged with four counts of murder in...
  • New Castle custodian accused of selling painkillers to student

    New Castle custodian accused of selling painkillers to student
    A New Castle custodian was arrested last Thursday after police said she sold prescription medications to a student. Debbie Cook, 44, was charged with two counts of dealing a controlled substance.  Police said Cook was charged with two Class A felonies...
  • Police: Father arrested after striking baby in head with bottle

    Police: Father arrested after striking baby in head with bottle
    A 20-year-old father from Union City was arrested last week after police said he struck his 9-month-old son in the head with a bottle. Cody Griffin was charged with battery with injury to a child less than 14-years-old, a Class D felony, on February 2....