Mayor Keith Soderquist
MERRILLVILLE | The lawyer for Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist is calling for further investigation over what he said are attempts to frame his client.
A story in some Friday editions misidentified Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist. The Times regrets the error.
Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist leaves the Hammond Federal Courthouse on Thursday morning with his wife, Deborah, and the mayor's stepdaughter, Miranda Brakley, after the trio pleaded not guilty.
HAMMOND | Lake Station's mayor, his wife and his stepdaughter entered a Hammond federal courtroom in shackles Thursday, all three pleading not guilty to a total of 15 criminal charges spanning two public corruption indictments.
Defense attorney Scott King talks Thursday about the case against clients Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist and the mayor's wife, Deborah Soderquist.
Lake Station Mayor Keith Soderquist, left, leaves the Hammond Federal Courthouse with his wife Deborah, center, and the mayor's stepdaughter, Miranda Brakley. All pleaded not guilty to charges in an 11-count criminal public corruption indictment.
LAKE STATION | An 11-count federal indictment filed Wednesday alleges Mayor Keith Soderquist and his wife, Deborah Soderquist, improperly used money from the city's food pantry and his re-election campaign at local casinos.
Quinton Bolton, of Lake Station, talks about waking up without water.
Lake Station worker Jerry Cafin works near a 6-inch water main that broke early Thursday morning near Randolph in the 3400 block of 20th Place.
LAKE STATION | The water problems in Lake Station surfaced for Quinton Bolton first thing Thursday morning after he got out of bed.
Lake Station water technician Harry Heath uses a metal detector Thursday morning on 21st place at Randolph to locate a water shut off valve as he and other city works try to isolate a break that occurred one block north affecting water flow to residences throughout the city.
Lake Station employee Jerry Cafin works near a 6 inch water main that broke early Thursday morning near Randolph in the 3400 block of 20th place.
LAKE STATION | City Judge Chris Anderson had his supervisory rights and court budget temporarily returned to him following a court order issued Thursday.
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