Three men were hospitalized in shootings, all of which occurred between 8 p.m. Friday and 3 a.m. Saturday in Gary.
Davion Blakes, 15, was reported missing early Tuesday and was located in a Chicago hospital Thursday night where he is "alive and receiving treatment," according to Gary police Lt. Dawn Westerfield.
Mayor Jerome Prince addressed the shooting, stating city officials and police are partnering with local schools to prevent future crimes.
The Gary Police Department was called to a home in the 200 block of Cleveland Street around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday to check on a vehicle that was believed to be owned by a missing man.
After an argument earlier in the day, the suspect yelled for a 27-year-old man to come out of his apartment and shot him when he opened the door, according to police.
Gary police Lt. Dawn Westerfield said the man was transported to the hospital by ambulance but was alert and able to speak with officers about the shooting.
An unidentified man's body was found partially covered by a tarp in Gary's Glen Park section Saturday, police said.
A 23-year-old man was found dead at a home in Gary Thursday night and police are investigating his death as a homicide.
Anyone with information about the weekend shootings is asked to call Detective Sgt. Mark Salazar at 219-881-1209 or Detective Cpl. John Suttles at 219-881-1210. To remain anonymous, call 866-CRIME-GP.
Rudy Leshawn Williams, 16, was reported missing last week.
The sexual assaults are alleged to have occurred between July 2015 and December 2017, Gary Police Lt. Dawn Westerfield said.
The 19-year-old woman drove straight at an officer in the building's parking lot as he arrived to the building to investigate a suspicious vehicle, an official said.
Two people, including a Grubhub driver's passenger, were wounded in reported shootings between Saturday and Sunday, an official said.
Police responded to the shootings between late Thursday and early Friday, an official said.
"We would like to thank the community for all their assistance," Gary police said.
Police responded to three reported shootings across the city during Memorial Day weekend.
"Being able to work with a dog is probably one of the best things ever," Cpl. Dwayne Brown said. "You have to train together, and you become a team."
Police and firefighters responded to fires at two separate abandoned schools over the Memorial Day weekend.
For four Gary officers who recently earned their degrees from Indiana University Northwest, giving back to the community is what policing is all about.