Resisting Law Enforcement
CROWN POINT | A Gary man was charged Monday after police said he strangled a woman and held her for two hours Saturday while he beat her, court records show.
HAMMOND | A man was fired from his job and his bond was revoked in a criminal case this week after he made comments on Facebook advocating violence against Hammond police.
CEDAR LAKE | Police investigating the theft of two dirt bikes last weekend learned about an auto burglary in which a Hammond police officer's service firearm and equipment were stolen, officials said.
GARY | A 19-year-old man was arrested Monday after fleeing from officers who spotted him loitering in front of an abandoned building, police said.
HAMMOND | A man shot in the back during a police chase is suing Michigan City and one of its police officers.
HEBRON | A DeMotte woman was charged with multiple offenses Monday morning after police found her drunk in a car being driven by her child, who did not have a license.
NEW CHICAGO | A Hobart man wanted on two warrants was arrested along with his twin brother Friday night after he fled from police during a traffic stop in New Chicago, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday shaved 2.5 years off the prison sentence of a region man who deliberately drove into the patrol car of a Crown Point police officer during a chase.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court on Friday asked the General Assembly to clarify whether school resource officers -- off-duty police employed by schools for security and discipline purposes -- are engaged in law enforcement duties.
MICHIGAN CITY | Indiana State Police arrested a 26-year-old LaPorte man early Thursday following a pursuit that traveled through a Walmart parking lot on Franklin Street.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels has not decided whether he will sign legislation explicitly authorizing Hoosiers to physically resist police if officers are breaking the law.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House agreed to add a right to resist police to the state's self-defense law Thursday in response to a May 2011 Supreme Court ruling that said Hoosiers never can resist police.
INDIANAPOLIS | The right of any Hoosier to resist illegal police entry into his or her home is protected by Indiana law, cannot be eliminated at the whim of a court and keeps police from exceeding their authority.
MERRILLVILLE | A 25-year-old Gary woman was charged Thursday in Lake Criminal Court with resisting law enforcement.
GARY | A suspect shot at Gary police officers after bailing out of a stolen car that officers were chasing late Friday night, city police said.
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