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  1. Pastor of deaf congregation seeks help to repair backyard

    09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    FRANKLIN, Ind. — More than three years after contractors made a mess on the back of a Franklin man’s property, he’s finally getting help. Pete Leclerc contacted CBS4 Problem Solvers about the state of an easement at the back of his large property. It sits along a railroad track, and Leclerc said back in 2013 contractors for Duke Energy went in to work on power lines in the area. Trucks used by those contractors became stuck in mud, creating large…
  2. IMPD investigating after three east side shootings Thursday night, two possibly connected

    09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are investigating two separate Thursday night shootings on the east side that they believe are possibly connected. Just after 6:45 p.m., IMPD responded to the 9900 block of Ellis Dr. on the report of a person shot. Police say a male victim was taken to Eskenazi Hospital from that scene in serious condition. Just after 7:30 p.m., IMPD responded to the 10000 block of John Jay Drive, around a half mile away from the first shooting,…
  3. IMPD officer in stable condition after Thursday night crash

    09.22 / 03:11 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An IMPD officer was involved in a crash Thursday night on the northeast side. At around 8:30 p.m., the officer was struck byt another vehicle near E. 38th St. and Fall Creek Pkwy N Dr. Circumstances leading up to the crash are unknown at this time. The IMPD officer was taken to Methodist Hospital per department policy. They are in stable condition. The driver of the other vehicle was not…
  4. Crocodile found in Hancock County will go to Florida

    09.21 / 23:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    HANCOCK Co., Ind. – A three-foot crocodile picked up this week by conservation officers at the Indiana Department of Natural Resources will be sent to Florida before the end of September. DNR officials were told Monday about the possibility of a loose crocodile along Brandywine Creek and were able to find it Tuesday. It’s been at an undisclosed location in southern Indiana, under the DNR’s watch, ever since. “Having a crocodile in Indiana is pretty unusual,” said L…
  5. Fugitive from Virginia apprehended in Yorktown after fleeing sentencing for child porn

    09.21 / 23:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    YORKTOWN, Ind. – Authorities in Delaware County arrested a fugitive from Virginia on Wednesday after he reportedly fled following sentencing for child porn. According to the department’s Facebook page, Jessie Coates was wanted out of Halifax County, Virginia for several child pornography related charges. He received a sentence totaling 63 years for possession of child pornography, enticing a minor to perform in porn and use of communications systems to facilitate certain…
  6. All northbound lanes of I-69 near 116th Street in Fishers closed due to crash

    09.21 / 23:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    FISHERS, Ind.– The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) says all northbound lanes of I-69 near 116th Street in Fishers are closed following a crash. The crash was reported just after 6:30 p.m. No word on any injuries at this time. Drivers can expect backups as far back as 106th Street. This story is developing. I-69 AT 207 MM/HAMILTON CO/ALL NB LANES CLOSED DUE TO A CRASH pic.twitter.com/jfQyEynD9T — INDOT East Central (@INDOTEast) September 21,…
  7. Man caught on camera peeping in windows and trespassing on city’s east side

    09.21 / 22:19 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An east side neighborhood is on high alert after an unwanted visitor was caught on camera sneaking around people’s private property. “You can see a man walking across the backyard then he ends up on my porch and plays around in there for about ten to fifteen minutes. Then walked out of my porch and onto my neighbor’s porch and then back across the way he walked in,” said homeowner Kary Koelliker. Koelliker caught the homeowner on [……
  8. Northwest side business gets vandalized, owners say they’re victims of a hate crime

    09.21 / 22:19 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
        INDIANAPOLIS, IN—Two small business owners on the Northwest side say their business was the target of vandals.  Now the couple, and local leaders say believe it was a hate crime.   On Monday morning Rajesh and Vidhya  Patnaik said they arrived at their sign printing shop ”Signs by Tomorrow” and found  it covered in hateful graffiti. Many of the messages targeted their Hindu religion.   “First I saw the front, and then I decided to go look at […]…
  9. IUPUI study: Likelihood of aggressive behavior from juveniles linked to views of police

    09.21 / 21:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A study from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) says the way youth perceive police injustice impacts more than their view of the justice system. The study, which surveyed 95 juvenile offenders, found their perception also affects their rate of aggression. The juveniles are aware they have experienced police injustice, but the study shows little is known about how that could impact their future behavior. The study found youth who could…
  10. Richmond man arrested for neglect after infant hospitalized

    09.21 / 21:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    RICHMOND, Ind. – Police arrested a Richmond man after an infant who was allegedly in his care was hospitalized. On Aug. 10, Macy McCoy, the mother of the 3-month old infant, transported her baby to the hospital after she noticed marks on the child upon returning home from work. Aaron Mayo, 27, was arrested Monday on a warrant accusing him of neglect for what happened to the infant on Aug. 10. According to documents, Mayo did not have a place…
  11. Downtown businesses react to fatal shooting in bar district

    09.21 / 21:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A man shot dead on a busy downtown street Thursday morning marks the 100th murder of 2017 in Indianapolis. The shooter is still on the run. Police heard the gunshots around 3:00 a.m., just as bars and clubs were closing for the night. Kilroy’s server, Brittany Flesher said she’s thinking twice before walking to her car alone after a long shift. She and other co-workers are encouraging each other to walk in groups. They also have security…
  12. Man caught on camera peeping in windows and trespassing on city’s eastside

    09.21 / 21:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – An eastside neighborhood is on high alert after an unwanted visitor is caught on camera sneaking around people’s private property. “You can see a man walking across the backyard then he ends up on my porch and plays around in there for about ten to fifteen minutes. Then walked out of my porch and onto my neighbor’s porch and then back across the way he walked in,” said homeowner Kary Koelliker. Koelliker caught the homeowner on his [……
  13. Muncie police arrest man accused of robbing convenience store, punching K-9

    09.21 / 20:28 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    MUNCIE, Ind.– Muncie police arrested a man after he allegedly robbed a convenience store and punched a police K-9. Jesse Lindsey, 40, faces charges of robbery, theft, interfering with or mistreating a service animal and resisting law enforcement. Officers responded to an armed robbery at a Marathon Gas station located at 105 West McGalliard Road Thursday afternoon. A convenience store employee told police the suspect walked up with a candy bar, then displayed a handgun and demanded…
  14. Facebook to hand information on Russian ads over to Congress

    09.21 / 20:28 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    Facebook will share the content and related information of the more than 3,000 ads it sold to Russian-linked accounts with the House and Senate intelligence committees, the company said Thursday. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a Facebook Live event announced on short notice Thursday afternoon to discuss the decision. Facebook has already handed over copies of the ads and information about the relevant accounts to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is conducting an investigation into…
  15. Tropical Storm Jose weakens while Hurricane Maria is gaining strength

    09.21 / 20:28 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    Tropical Storm Jose weakens while Hurricane Maria is picking up steam. Tropical Storm Jose is currently producing gusty winds, high surf and rip currents off the coast of New England. Hurricane Maria is getting stronger as it moves toward the Turks and Caicos Islands. Tropical Storm Jose The center of Tropical Storm Jose is locates 160 miles southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts. Maximum sustained winds remain near 60 mph with higher gusts. Jose is a large system. Tropical-storm-force…
  16. IMPD chief talks crime solutions after Indy reaches 100 murders for the year

    09.21 / 20:28 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s only late September, but Indianapolis police are already investigating the 100th murder of the year. A 35-year-old man was shot and killed in downtown Indianapolis overnight. 100 criminal homicides at this point in the year actually marks a slight decrease compared to last year when the city had 110 murders at this time. Still, the IMPD chief admits the numbers are disappointing. “It’s unacceptable.  It’s unacceptable to us and I hope the co…
  17. Bill Gates: Sorry about Control-Alt-Delete

    09.21 / 19:29 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    Bill Gates is sorry that he made it so annoying to log in to your computer. The billionaire Microsoft co-founder admitted Wednesday that the Control-Alt-Delete function originally used to get into Windows computers is an awkward maneuver. “If I could make one small edit, I’d make that a single key,” Gates said Wednesday on a panel at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York City. It’s a confession Gates has made before. In 2013, he blamed IBM for the…
  18. Southport P.D. hires son of police chief, nepotism concerns raised

    09.21 / 19:29 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    SOUTHPORT, Ind. — A central Indiana police department’s decision to hire the police chief’s son to fill its only other full-time, paid officer position has raised concerns about nepotism. Southport Police Chief Tom Vaughn told the Indianapolis Star that his son, Capt. Kyle Vaughn, was the most qualified candidate. Tom Vaughn says he wasn’t involved in hiring or direct supervision of his son. Kyle Vaughn will report to the assistant chief or the mayor. “He’s ear…
  19. Police arrest two men in connection with attempted robbery, fatal shooting in Greenwood

    09.21 / 18:34 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Greenwood police arrested two men in connection with an attempted home invasion and fatal shooting earlier this month. Sam Silverman, 21, and Sean Goodman, 30, both face a charge of robbery. Greenwood police responded to a residence in the 300 block of Bridle Court to investigate a report of shots fired in the early morning hours of September 12. Two residents in the home, Ryan Endress, 21, and Kaylee Whitaker, 21, were transported to the hospital with gunshot [&…
  20. After 75 years, remains of sailor killed during Pearl Harbor attack are identified

    09.21 / 17:35 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    PETERSBURG, Va. — The remains of a New Jersey man killed 75 years ago during the attack on Pearl Harbor have been positively identified, according to WTVR. It’s impossible to measure a family’s grief — even when decades go by and the remains of their loved one remained unidentified in a mass grave. One family, generations later, still held out hope for a final resolve. A New Jersey man, killed during the first wave on the attack on Pearl Harbor…