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GOSHEN — Jurors were not convinced by Christian Maradiaga’s claims that a 4-year-old who died in his care last year slipped in the shower and hit his head.

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GOSHEN — Despite his begging, Karen Duran told her 4-year-old son she had to go to work the night he was found bruised and unconscious.

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GOSHEN — An Elkhart man accused of threatening a gas station clerk’s life during an attempted robbery says it was a bid to get into a treatment program.

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GOSHEN — An Elkhart man received a total sentence of 75 years after he was convicted of killing a man during a robbery.

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SOUTH BEND — One of two Elkhart Police officers accused of beating a restrained prisoner will not go on trial until next year after he expressed fears of guilt by association.

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SOUTH BEND — A former Elkhart Police officer has been convicted of three counts of wire fraud related to a gas station investment scheme.

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GOSHEN — An Elkhart man has admitted to robbing a couple of their phone at gunpoint while two children were in the vehicle with them.

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ELKHART — Brooke Hershberger was facing 10 years in prison after a decade of meth addiction when she entered the drug court program two years ago.

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ELKHART — As an accused serial arsonist awaits a finding on his sanity, a victim of the barn fires that swept three counties last year expressed fears that he could escape justice.

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GOSHEN — Tina Singh said she knows her dad would have wanted her to forgive his killer, a woman who set a house fire that also killed a young boy in 2021.

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GOSHEN — Jurors on Wednesday watched video footage of the attack on Forrest Howard that ended his life 14 months ago.

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GOSHEN — A Nappanee man received a 95-year sentence after he was convicted of killing one former co-worker and shooting another.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The facts about a 2015 murder and coverup in Bristol were enough to justify the sentence the killer received even if he hadn’t also tried to fool jurors, state appeals court justices say.

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