Federal prosecutors claim David McMichel, 31, led the trafficking operation from his west-side Jackson Street residence, all while serving out the remainder of a prison sentence on home detention stemming from a third felony conviction.
Five days of training with the Crisis Intervention Team began Monday at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. About 40 officers are participating in an effort to help them better understand mental illness, ranging from depression to schizophrenia, the legal process and how to engage others while on a call.
Michael Morris is accused of stabbing his wife on the Indianapolis' eastside and stealing her car on Wednesday morning. He allegedly then drove downtown and struck the six people at five intersections.
Authorities say Indianapolis police fatally shot a 15-year-old boy who officers say evaded a traffic stop and accelerated toward them in a car that matched the description of one that had been reported carjacked.
A seven-month pilot program that equipped officers with body cameras is coming to an end because Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department leaders are uncertain whether they can afford to continue it.
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