Jeremiah Ellis and Ashley Patterson, of the 4800 block of Homerlee Avenue in East Chicago, were named in warrants issued in federal court in the Northern District of Indiana on Thursday, a statement from the FBI said. Ellis went to the counter to get cash drawers while Patterson held the bank customers and a security guard at gunpoint, the complaint alleges.
Parents are not exactly pleased with the decision at Wadsworth Elementary in Griffith, Ind. The boys reportedly underwent a psychiatric evaluation and met with a counselor, but both were cleared to come back to school after being suspended for a week.
So according to The Times many of the communities in Northwest Indiana are jumping on board, backing the South Shore expansion -- Gary being the latest , but with conditions, that the money be used for making improvements for the existing line as well as expanded bus service!. Other communities have contributed only portions of the 34 percent U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky has called his "best case scenario."
Seeing the stories of sex crimes trials day after day, it's easy to lose perspective and see these cases as unfortunate everyday occurrences without stepping back to try to see what they are so frequent. Victims or the adults who watch out for them believe they can deal with the issue without involving the legal authorities, either to protect the victim or the abuser or both.
BY RUTH ANN KRAUSE Post-Tribune correspondent April 6, 2014 10:14PM. An East Chicago man has been charged in Lake Superior Court with criminal confinement, battery resulting in serious bodily injury and domestic battery in a March 28 assault on his wife. in the 3200 block of 165th Street in Hammond. The woman told police Garcia pushed her against the house, knocked her to the ground and punched her in the jaw after she stood up, the probable cause affidavit states.
In terms of demographic trends, Northwest Indiana is a tale of two counties. Last year, Porter County ranked 10th statewide in population growth, while Lake County lost more residents than every other county in Indiana. Porter County was the 24th fastest-growing county in the state if measured by percent of growth instead of the sheer number of new residents.
The Northwest Indiana Forum continues to support the South Shore commuter rail service in its current structure as well as the present recommendations to consider expansion. As a result, the message needs to be taken to the stakeholders on more than one occasion and from various points of view to make sure the idea is fully understood. As Northwest Indiana continues to work to redevelop our urban core which is served by the South Shore Rail Line, there is great potential for people to move to Northwest Indiana, recognizing it is a great place to live and raise a family and still retain their jobs in Illinois.
Police arrested the teen Thursday after family members brought him to the Portage Police Department to turn himself in after surveillance photos were released to local media outlets, according to Sgt. Larry LaFlower, public information officer with the Porter County Sheriff's Department. The teen is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center on a charge of armed robbery.
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Abby Kvachkoff may be the most well-rounded female high school athlete in Northwest Indiana. As a sophomore, Kvachkoff went 15-4, which is when she learned she could be successful in the sport. "She can serve, she can volley, she can lob, she can hit with some pace. She does change a lot of things up. She plays a nice mental game. That's what makes her so successful."
Jeremiah Ellis, 28, and Ashley Patterson, 24, both of East Chicago, were taken into custody Friday as suspects in the armed robbery of First Merchant at 2720 Indianapolis Blvd. Multiple police departments cooperated to help track down the two suspects, Becker said, including the FBI, the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the regional STOP Team.