GOSHEN — An Elkhart man charged with a June 19 murder learned Thursday that he could face an additional two decades in prison.
ELKHART — A man convicted of a 2002 murder has been cleared of wrongdoing, according to his attorneys, after a judge granted a motion to dismiss his case.
ELKHART — A Goshen man must repay the state in addition to serving a 1½-year sentence after he admitted to charges related to hiding the body of his dead father and cashing his benefit checks.
GOSHEN — Road improvements at the future site of the consolidated courts building are estimated to cost $5.3 million, exceeding the escape clause built into a city-county agreement.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man accused of striking two teenagers with a truck, killing one, has expressed concern that he can’t receive a fair trial in Elkhart County.
GOSHEN — A former high school teacher accused of multiple sex crimes involving students as well as possession of child pornography has been given a September trial date.
ELKHART — One of several local business owners who say they weren’t paid for services at the Concord Mall claims he was told to “bark like a seal” when he sought payment.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Elkhart man’s 78-year sentence after he admitted to armed burglary and sexual battery was too harsh, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
GOSHEN — Mario Angulo told Kim Dyer’s family he hopes they find closure in his conviction and 127-year sentence, but he insisted the wrong people were found guilty of her murder.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man convicted of killing a mother of three offered a tearful apology to her family before receiving a life sentence Thursday.
SOUTH BEND — Khalil Jackson, 25, of Elkhart was convicted following a jury trial in federal court, Acting U.S. Attorney Gary T. Bell announced Friday.
GOSHEN — Loved ones of Kimberly Dyer, at the sentencing of one of three men convicted in her torture and murder, questioned how someone could treat a mother so inhumanely.
GOSHEN — A teenager convicted of attempted murder is seeking other relief from the local court after the Indiana Supreme Court ruled against him.
GOSHEN — Mario Angulo’s mother still believes in his innocence, jurors heard Tuesday as a hearing continued on whether he should be sentenced to life in prison for murder.
GOSHEN — A jury will decide this week whether to recommend life without parole for two men convicted of killing a Columbia City woman in 2019.