Tag: crime

Crime & Safety Report: June 11-16 Edition

Crime & Safety Report: June 11-16 Edition

| June 11, 2014

Man injured in accident involving scooter stolen in 2012 FORT WAYNE— At approximately 2:55 p.m., May 29, Fort Wayne police responded to the 4900 block of Avondale Drive on the reported single vehicle accident involving a scooter. On arrival officers found an adult male down who had crashed after losing control of his vehicle. He was […]

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Crime & Safety Report: June 4-10 Edition

| June 4, 2014

Two die in auto accident FORT WAYNE—At approximately 3:30 a.m., May 27, the Fort Wayne Police Department responded to the intersection of Butler Road and Butler Court in reference to a personal injury accident. As officers and first responders arrived on the scene, they located a vehicle off the roadway fully engulfed in flames. Fire […]

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Crime & Safety Report: May 28-June 3 Edition

Crime & Safety Report: May 28-June 3 Edition

| May 25, 2014

Woman stabbed, man arrested FORT WAYNE—At approximately 11:45 p.m., May 20, Fort Wayne police responded to 7911 Decatur Road  on a reported stabbing. Officers arrived to find an adult female suffering from multiple stab wounds. She was transported from the scene in serious condition but once at the hospital her condition was downgraded to critical. […]

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Certain drugs linked to reduced violent crime rates

Certain drugs linked to reduced violent crime rates

| May 9, 2014

A number of ancient cultures considered criminal activity as the actions of a person in a diseased state and held the attitude they had to be “cured” to rectify the problem in a permanent way. While there is certainly a necessary “punishment” and “reparations” part of dealing with criminal offense, balancing that with a curative […]

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Crime & Safety Report: April 23-29 Edition

| April 23, 2014

Motorcyclist injured in single vehicle accident FORT WAYNE—At approximately 3:55 a.m., April 18, Fort Wayne police officers responded to the report of a single vehicle accident involving a motorcycle in the intersection of Main Street and Watkins Street. On arrival officers found an unresponsive adult male down in the middle of the street near his […]

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Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 people, but now taxpayers have to pay for his rehab?

Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 people, but now taxpayers have to pay for his rehab?

| April 13, 2014

Still have doubts that this an oligarchy and not a democracy? Wealth has it’s privileges. If you are poor, you’re going straight to jail, do not pass go and do not collect $200. But, if you’re rich, well, you can afford to exercise your rights! Teen too “affluent” to go to prison for killing 4 […]

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Crime & Safety: April 9-15 edition

| April 9, 2014

FWPD resumes downtown beat patrols FORT WAYNE—On April 7, the Fort Wayne Police Department resumed the Monday through Friday two officer downtown beat patrol. Officers assigned the detail will utilize bikes, T3s, and ATVs as well foot patrols to canvass an area that is bounded by Clay Street to the east, Broadway to the west, […]

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Crime & Safety: March 5 Edition

| March 5, 2014

Two apprehended, two injured after vehicle pursuit FORT WAYNE—At approximately 10:09, Feb. 20, an officer with the Fort Wayne Police Department attempted a traffic stop on an orange Chevrolet Avalanche at the intersection of S. Hanna St. and E. Lewis St. The Avalanche failed to stop, but instead led police on a pursuit that went down […]

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Glynn Hines: What can we do for our community?

Glynn Hines: What can we do for our community?

| January 31, 2014

Councilman’s Corner by Glenn Hines—In 2014 we need to ask not what our community will do for us, but ask what can we do for our community.

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Three steps to reduce Fort Wayne crime

Three steps to reduce Fort Wayne crime

| January 14, 2014

Mike Loomis says we can lower the number of Fort Wayne crimes by being not only “tough on crime,” but by being “smart on crime.” Solve more cases, and do it more quickly.

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