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LaPorte County Sheriff Mike Mollenhauer is wondering why a work release offender with a suspended license was allowed to drive to and from work. Who wouldn't wonder about that?
LAPORTE | A LaPorte County work release offender, driving without a license, crashed into another vehicle this week and fled police.
INDIANAPOLIS | State lawmakers are likely next year to consider specifically adding schools to Indiana's existing "castle doctrine" law that permits Hoosiers to stand their ground and use deadly force to counter perceived threats to themselves, another person or their property.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers may soon get alerts on their televisions, radios, mobile phones and other devices if a police officer is killed, injured or missing in the line of duty and the perpetrator is on the lam.
LAPORTE | A partial shutdown of the LaPorte County Jail is over now that a heated squabble about money has been settled.
The wife of the former LaPorte County sheriff will no longer collect a pension and return the full amount collected of more than $36,000.
LAPORTE| LaPorte County Sheriff Mike Mollenhauer is pointing blame at the county council for a disruption among inmates at the jail that resulted in some offenders being shocked with an electric stun gun.
LAPORTE | A Rolling Prairie woman received two traffic citations following the two-fatality collision with a motorcycle that killed a LaPorte couple Wednesday afternoon on Ind. 2
INDIANAPOLIS | Drunken Hoosiers could not be arrested for public intoxication unless they were endangering their life, another person's life or breaching the peace under legislation approved 30-20 on Monday by the Indiana Senate.
LAPORTE | A LaPorte County Sheriff's officer arrested on allegations of drunk driving has been convicted of reckless driving.
MICHIGAN CITY | Police and federal officials arrested 21 people before sunrise Tuesday morning, officials said.
LAPORTE | The day began like any other for James Warren, until he saw one of his favorite stops, the Family Express, getting robbed at gunpoint.
INDIANAPOLIS | In his 36 years of working in law enforcement, former LaPorte County Sheriff Jim Arnold doesn't believe he ever knowingly entered a home illegally.
LAPORTE | LaPorte County Sheriff Michael Mollenhauer said Saturday his office and the county coroner are investigating the death of an inmate at LaPorte County Jail.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Senate voted 38-12 on Monday to pre-empt all local gun regulations across the state of Indiana.
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