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An empty DoDo's Firehouse Tap after a Hammond Police raid at the bar early Saturday morning, February 9, 2013. The bar was shut down and the power was turned off due to building code violations.
Hammond Police put drivers license information into a computer during a raid of DoDo's Firehouse Tap in Hammond early Saturday morning, February 9, 2013.
Hammond Police arrest a patron during a raid of DoDo's Firehouse Tap in Hammond early Saturday morning, February 9, 2013.
A shotgun kept behind the counter of DoDo's Firehouse Tap in Hammond early Saturday morning, February 9, 2013.
Griffith police and members of the Northwest Regional SWAT team arrest Carcitia "CC" Promise early Thursday during a drug raid at her Griffith apartment. Interim Chief Matthew Moore said the raid was only the beginning of long-overdue operations to go after drug dealers plying their trade in…
Griffith police and members of the Northwest Regional SWAT team exit the apartment of Carcitia "CC" Promise, whom they arrested on felony marijuana dealing charges. The raid is just the start of more police operations targeting drugs in Griffith, said Interim Police Chief Matthew Moore.
Griffith police Sgt. Jeff Gang escorts Carcitia "CC" Promise to a squad car early Thursday after her arrest during a raid at her Bristol Court apartment.
Griffith police prepare an evidence bag after a raid early Thursday at a Bristol Court apartment. Officers seized marijuana, an undisclosed amount of cash, drug paraphernalia, drug packaging material and scales used for weighing the drug, police said.
Griffith police Detective Greg Mance escorts Geneva Coleman to a squad car after her arrest during an early morning raid Thursday at an apartment in Griffith. Coleman was arrested on a felony charge of maintaining a public nuisance.
Indiana State Police and the FBI raid Lake County Surveyor George Van Til's office.
Closure signs are posted Tuesday on the office of Lake County Surveyor George Van Til, left, as Indiana State Police and the FBI confiscate computers and files.
Lake County Surveyor George Van Til watches as Indiana State Police and the FBI raid his Crown Point office last year at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point.
FBI agents raided a home Monday morning in the 400 block of Johnson Street in Gary. Atlas Wedlow from Waffco Towing in Lake Station prepares to tow a car from in front of the home for evidence.
FBI agents raided a home Monday in the 400 block of Johnson Street in Gary.
Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi asks a gas station clerk about any public displays of glass smoking pipes or pornography during inspections Wednesday of various gas stations and food marts in Hammond.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller looks behind the counter of a Hammond gas station Wednesday for illegal synthethic marijuana. Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi and Miller were checking local gas stations and food marts for illegal displays of glass pipes, pornography and any synthetic marijuana.
Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi closed this GoLo gas station at 173rd and Kennedy Avenue on Saturday after police said it was found to be selling synthetic marijuana and Viagra.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller, right, and Hammond police evidence technician Shane Hric count alleged synthetic marijuana packets found Wednesday at a Kwik Mart in Hammond during an inspection of various gas stations and food marts in Hammond.
Alleged synthetic marijuana packets sit on the counter Wednesday at Kwik Mart in Hammond after Hammond City Controller Bob Lendi and Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller found them at the store. Synthetic marijuana is illegal in Hammond.
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