GOSHEN — A Goshen woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for dealing meth told a judge she held up her end of the bargain and wants to serve the rest of her time outside prison.
ELKHART — In a court battle for several patents with multiple claims between Equalizer Systems’ parent company, Days Corp., and Lippert Components Inc., a judge ruled in favor of LCI for two of the claims.
GOSHEN — A judge will decide by the end of the year whether to allow certain evidence that led to the arrest of a suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder.
GOSHEN — A shooting 10 years ago in north Elkhart remains unsolved after a jury on Thursday night acquitted a Tennessee man who was charged with the murder.
GOSHEN — Jurors began deliberations Thursday in the trial of a Tennessee man accused of a 2009 murder in Elkhart, hours after the judge refused to declare a mistrial over one witness’s remarks.
GOSHEN — Jurors heard on Wednesday about the many dead-ends detectives encountered while investigating a 2009 murder before they charged a Union City, Tennessee, man nearly a decade later.
GOSHEN — Lawyers for a former Elkhart man continue to challenge the admissibility of evidence linking him to a 2009 murder as his trial date approaches.
FORT WAYNE — Jeffrey Brown, 55, of Ligonier was sentenced before U.S. District Court Judge Damon R. Leichty for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch announced Thursday.
SOUTH BEND — Lonnie Painter, 57, of Osceola, was sentenced before South Bend District Court Judge Jon E. DeGuilio on his plea of guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm, U.S. Attorney Thomas Kirsch announced.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart woman accused of fatally stabbing her husband plans to argue at trial that she suffered from a form of post-traumatic stress disorder related to domestic abuse.
ELKHART — A former sheriff's captain has received a one-year suspended jail sentence after admitting he withheld information during a criminal investigation.
GOSHEN — A Claypool man who was convicted of a federal gun charge has been transferred back to Elkhart County to face allegations of impersonating an officer while planning to commit a robbery.
ELKHART — An Elkhart police detective has admitted to charges related to breaking into his ex-wife’s home and harassing her with calls and texts.
CLEVELAND — The owner of an Elkhart payroll company refuses to answer the allegations in the first of several lawsuits from banks and former clients, citing an investigation being conducted by a U.S. district attorney.
ELKHART — A former Elkhart city attorney, who claimed she was fired by Mayor Tim Neese because of her age, gender and party affiliation, has lost her lawsuit against the mayor.
GOSHEN — Benford Davis acted out of jealousy and anger when he strangled Sherry Houston in her Elkhart home, prosecutors argued at the outset of his trial Tuesday.
GOSHEN — People facing lower-level criminal charges who pose little risk to re-offend may get out of jail quicker under new rules that go into effect next year.
ELKHART — Multiple agencies that serve children and families announced a new collaborative approach to intervention that they built together from the ground up.
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. — A Cass County jury found a Cassopolis man guilty Wednesday of receiving and concealing a 1996 Ram pickup truck that had been stolen from an Elkhart business.
GOSHEN — Attorneys for Goldenrod are denying any responsibility in the alleged sexual assault of a former resident of the agency for adults with mental disabilities.
GOSHEN — A Wakarusa man who allegedly chained family members to furniture in their rooms has admitted to child molesting, one of eight charges he originally faced, though a judge has not yet accepted his plea agreement.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man who was accused of attempted murder for shooting into a car before leading a high-speed chase has admitted to a lesser charge.
CLEVELAND — An Ohio bank is suing an Elkhart business, claiming the company overdrafted its account by $122 million and hasn’t repaid the money.
GOSHEN — An attorney for the suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder is arguing that evidence used to tie him to the crime was wrongfully collected and should be thrown out.
ELKHART — Adding another full-time attorney to the child support division in the Elkhart County Prosecutor’s Office is expected to help the sixth largest program in the state keep up with a demanding caseload.