NEW CHICAGO | New Chicago police officer Michael Haney is credited with saving the life of a 22-year-old Hammond man, Police Chief Tim Lucas said.
HAMMOND | Two Purple Heart medals and four tours of duty later, a Highland man returned home to a hero's welcome Wednesday following his service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Michael Haney, left, waves to members of the Indiana Patriot Guard and others who were on hand to welcome the U.S. Army veteran Wednesday afternoon at the Cabela's store in Hammond. Haney, a Highland High School graduate, returned from his service in the U.S. Army for the first time in two years.
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