Summary 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.
Summary (STMW) - A couple wanted for robbing a Northwest Indiana bank Saturday may be in the Chicago area with their young children, according to the FBI. Ellis went to the counter to get cash drawers while Patterson held the bank customers and a security guard at gunpoint, the complaint alleges.
Summary A probable cause affidavit unsealed Thursday in the U.S. District Court says that at least three witnesses have identified Jeremiah Ellis and Ashley Patterson, who are married and live in the 4800 block of Homerlee Avenue, as the two suspects captured on surveillance video footage from the robbery.
Summary After three years of deep financial cuts, Copeland said the city is now poised to put more funds back into the community. The city's crime rate is the lowest in 18 years, said Copeland, who credited police for driving the decrease by making additional traffic stops.
Summary Police are searching for Jeremiah P. Ellis, 28, and Ashley L. Patterson, 24, who could be in the Chicago area with their two children, according to a news release from the FBI. The FBI said Ellis' cellphone records indicate he was in the area of the bank before the robbery.
Summary Police in Missouri have apprehended a man and woman who are suspected of robbing an East Chicago bank at gunpoint Saturday morning, the FBI said. An officer arriving on scene began pursuing the suspect's vehicle following the robbery, but during the chase one of the suspects got out and began firing at the officer.
Summary 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. During the chase, one suspect got out of the SUV and fired at the police.
Summary Nathaniel Kibby, 34, was charged with more than 150 counts of felonious sexual assault against the victim, who was not identified but is believed to be a 15-year-old who disappeared in October 2013 from the mountain town of Conway.
Summary SPRINGFIELD, Ill. The case against Dingle, a well-regarded and successful Chicago businessman, and his wife was part of a probe that had drawn four previous guilty pleas. The Dingles' two co-defendants -- longtime bookkeeper Jacquelyn Kilpatrick, who admitted stealing $900,000, and her companion Edmond Clemons -- pleaded guilty to mail and tax fraud and await sentencing.
Summary Court-martial charges against the soldiers sentenced Wednesday night all were connected to their refusal to deploy to recapture three towns seized by Boko Haram in August. Falana said Thursday another 43 soldiers including a few officers remain on trial for allegedly "conspiring to commit mutiny against the authorities of 7 Division," which is on the front line of the fighting in Nigeria's northeast.
Summary Darrel Campbell was arraigned Wednesday in 36th District Court on charges of dangerous animal causing serious injury, felonious assault, resisting and obstructing causing injury, and resisting and obstructing. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said police were investigating Campbell at a home in the area when it's alleged that Campbell left the house with a bulldog that he unleashed upon the officers while he attempted to flee the scene.