Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller
HAMMOND | Who wants to be rich? Let's face it, we've all thought about how fun it would be to be a millionaire. When the lottery hits $200 million, many of us run out and buy a ticket. We chat with our friends about the cars and the houses we would buy.
HAMMOND | Friends, I left the house early this morning. The frost crunched under my feet as I walked out to scrape the windows of my squad. I turned on the car as the freezing air blew on me. The first song that came on was "Cold as Ice". I smiled and was very happy. Why? Our calls for servi…
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HAMMOND | The Hammond Police Department will be hosting Gang Crimes classes meeting October 3, 10, 17 and 24 at the Circle of Services (former electricians hall), 2835 165th Street.
HAMMOND | Police closed a discount tobacco store Monday for selling what's believed to be synthetic marijuana.
HAMMOND | A Hammond man was arrested Thursday after burglarizing a business and barricading himself in his home for more than five hours, police said.
ST. JOHN | Lake County's public safety officials on Thursday stuck with their commitment to locate an emergency 911 dispatch center in East Chicago.
HAMMOND | Police said they carried out search warrants at a Hammond scrap dealer following reports that the business accepted stolen metal.
HAMMOND | Manhole cover thefts are proving costly for the Sewer Department and city taxpayers, city officials said.
HAMMOND | City officials targeted pornography, pipes and fake pot Wednesday, making unannounced stops at convenience stores and gas stations around the city to check compliance with city ordinances.
HAMMOND | Bones found buried on the site of a former bait and tackle shop have been identified as Francine Carlson, who was 38 when she was reported missing in 1999, Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller said.
HAMMOND | Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller has agreed to share information with www.HammondCommunity.net as a way to keep an ongoing open line of communication with the residents of Hammond.
HAMMOND | Police believe human bones found scattered this week at a Robertsdale construction site belong to a female.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Police Department, along with the Hammond Fire Department, responded to a car fire Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 3:15 p.m. on 80-94 (under the Calumet overpass).
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