CROWN POINT | A special prosecutor has concluded there isn't enough evidence to charge a Lake County government official with pointing a firearm during a traffic confrontation last spring.
CROWN POINT | A special prosecutor investigating a Lake County government official said he hopes to decide within weeks whether to file a criminal charge.
CROWN POINT | Indiana State Police are accusing a Lake County official of driving with an expired license plate.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Commissioner Roosevelt Allen Jr., D-Gary, became the newest member of Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority Board.
The need to appoint a special prosecutor in the case of Tramel Raggs is inescapable. But this legal situation need not stop the Lake County commissioners from re-examining his position with the county.
CROWN POINT | A judge has named a special prosecutor to investigate whether a county government official committed a weapon violation.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Prosecutor Bernard Carter wants a special prosecutor appointed to investigate an alleged weapons violation against a county official.
CROWN POINT | A Lake County grand jury will investigate whether a county government official should be charged with an alleged weapons violation.
GARY | The Lake County commissioners' special assistant recently appointed to the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority was being held at the Gary City Jail on Tuesday after allegedly pointing a loaded gun at a motorist Monday night, police said.
A Lake County commissioner's special assistant who was the focus of a recent hiring controversy has been appointed to the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority.
Isn't it amazing how so many of our elected public officials seem to find the perfect candidate for a county job right in their own home?
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners brought back the son of Gary City Clerk Suzette Raggs to be their special assistant one week after he was sent home because of a furor over his hiring.
The Lake County commissioners flubbed in appointing a politically connected person to be a special assistant, and Lake County Council member Christine Cid, D-East Chicago, called them on it last week.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners were scrambling Wednesday to reopen job applications for a $59,312 special assistant position they erroneously gave last month to a politically connected Gary man.
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