PORTAGE | A man was arrested early Sunday morning after police said he threatened his neighbors and resisted police.
PORTAGE | A Union Township man led police on a chase through a cornfield early Tuesday evening before being arrested.
Porter County Prosecutor Brian Gensel said he does not believe the change this past summer in the state's public intoxication law is going to make much of a difference for his office or police.
PORTAGE | A Hobart woman was charged with public indecency, public intoxication and possession of marijuana late Wednesday after being found half-clothed in a vehicle.
PORTAGE | Two men were arrested Friday morning following an argument and the firing of a gun.
MERRILLVILLE | A Merrillville woman discovered a naked man lying in her backyard Tuesday morning, police said.
CHESTERTON | A Liberty Township man was arrested Tuesday on a public intoxication charge after an altercation with a youth soccer coach, Chesterton police said.
INDIANAPOLIS | High school students drinking alcohol during prom and graduation seasons this year likely won't benefit from a new law intended to encourage dangerously drunken underage drinkers to get medical attention.
INDIANAPOLIS | On a yellow sheet of paper torn from a legal pad, Indiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan Jr. keeps the list.
INDIANAPOLIS | A new fee for 911 service, assistance for financially distressed local governments, a plan for the state to opt out of federal health programs, a redefinition of public intoxication and an unusual form of fishing were among the 46 bills signed into law Monday by Republican Gov…
INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation headed to the governor would prohibit police from arresting an underage drinker who calls an ambulance to help a dangerously intoxicated friend.
INDIANAPOLIS | State legislators voted Tuesday for changes in the law that would make Hoosiers who drink too much both more and less likely to be arrested.
INDIANAPOLIS | Legislation intended to ensure drinkers get medical attention when they drink too much was approved 95-0 by the Republican-controlled Indiana House Tuesday.
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.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Senate committee Tuesday voted 10-0 to rewrite the state's public intoxication law.
HOBART| School officials contacted police on Wednesday regarding a 20-year-old woman who appeared to be intoxicated while picking up her nephew from school.
A 55-year-old Gary man allegedly fired a gun several times outdoors in his apartment complex Tuesday night while children were playing there before threatening to kill police officers, police said.
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