Northwest Regional Swat Team
A newly acquired armored vehicle will be used by the Northwest Regional SWAT team in rescue situations. The vehicle costs $412,000, but the SWAT team received it at no cost.
A mammoth armored vehicle recently acquired by the Northwest Regional SWAT team has an intimidating appearance, but in emergency situations, the vehicle might be a source of comfort for residents in peril.
A newly acquired armored vehicle will be used by the Northwest Regional SWAT team in rescue situations. The vehicle has a $412,000 price tag, but the SWAT team received it at no cost thanks to a federal program that provides surplus military equipment to law enforcement.
A newly acquired armored vehicle will be used by the Northwest Regional SWAT team in rescue situations. The vehicle has a $412,000 price tag, but the SWAT team received it at no cost through a federal program involving surplus military equipment.
As the new year approaches, many people might be thinking about setting resolutions to head out to the gym more often.
The Northwest Regional SWAT team hopes the new year might bring more financial assistance for the group.
The Northwest Regional SWAT team can now take to the air in unmanned flights when responding to dangerous situations.
HOBART | More than a dozen police officers filled a vacant Hobart building Monday, but there was no reason for panic.
Three Lake County men accused of dealing heroin received their Thursday morning wake-up call from area police.
Pece Petrovski, of Schererville, is taken into custody at a home in the 4000 block of 73rd Avenue in Merrillville. He is accused of dealing heroin.
Members of the Northwest Regional SWAT team leave a Merrillville residence Thursday after Pece Petrovski, of Schererville, was arrested there. Petrovski and two others were arrested on heroin charges as a result of Schererville's special operations task force, which is focusing on drug activ…
Police arrest Nicholas Rosenbaum on heroin dealing charges Thursday at his home on 43rd Street in Highland. Rosenbaum and two other region men are accused of selling heroin to undercover officers.
John Skowronski, 22, is placed into a squad car Thursday after he was arrested at his home in the 7400 block of Taylor Street in Schererville. Skowronski is accused of selling heroin to an undercover officer. He repeatedly insisted during his arrest that he is not a drug dealer.
DYER | A call from the University of Chicago Hospitals asking Dyer police to check on the well-being of a suicidal man led to a five-hour standoff at the man's home and the evacuations of some neighbors.
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