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Police, Emergency, and Courts

Read police and emergency services reports here on The Indiana Gazette Online. Find daily police blotters, accident reports, and roundups of emergencies handled by Indiana County area fire departments. Follow the cases through the legal system from the district court dockets through the sentencing reports from Indiana County Common Pleas Court.

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Former borough employee sentenced for stealing money from meters Former borough employee sentenced for stealing money from meters
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A former employee for the Indiana Borough Parking Department was caught stealing money from parking meters late last year and has been ordered to pay $3,000 restitution to the borough. [Read More]

More Stories for Police, Emergency, and Courts

'Help me': Police dispatcher recounts deadly barracks ambush 'Help me': Police dispatcher recounts deadly barracks ambush
3 weeks ago -
MILFORD (AP) — State police dispatcher Nicole Palmer had just arrived for her 11 p.m. shift and was on the phone with a man complaining about his neighbor's fireworks when she heard a gunshot. [Read More]
Two charged in stick-up Two charged in stick-up
3 weeks ago -
An Indiana University of Pennsylvania student and a companion have been jailed on charges that they plotted the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver early Sunday on the IUP campus. [Read More]
Suspect in attack faces hearing Suspect in attack faces hearing
3 weeks ago -
An Indiana man accused of attacking members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity with a knife during the weekend has been ordered to appear for a hearing April 12 in Indiana District Court. [Read More]
Firefighters respond to blaze Firefighters respond to blaze
3 weeks ago -
Fire raced through a mobile home along Maple Street in Glen Campbell at 6:17 a.m. today. [Read More]
Former firefighter sentenced for string of five arsons in county Former firefighter sentenced for string of five arsons in county
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A former volunteer firefighter Monday was sentenced for intentionally setting several fires in March and April 2016, including one at a mobile home residence and another that destroyed the Coral post office. [Read More]
POLICE LOG POLICE LOG
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A Pike County man was discovered with 7 pounds of marijuana in a local residence and was freed on unsecured bond to await a preliminary hearing, court records show. [Read More]
ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTS
3 weeks ago -
State police today reported a coal truck and a Citizens’ Ambulance Service medic unit collided at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday as the ambulance attempted to pass the truck on Route 56 approaching Route 954. [Read More]
Second teen pleads guilty in fatal beating Second teen pleads guilty in fatal beating
3 weeks ago -
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The second of two teenagers charged in the beating death of a fellow resident of a Pittsburgh group home has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. [Read More]
Fights over evidence persist before Cosby trial Fights over evidence persist before Cosby trial
3 weeks ago -
NORRISTOWN — The judge in Bill Cosby’s sexual-assault trial heard arguments Monday without deciding whether the jury will hear Cosby’s decade-old testimony about getting quaaludes to give women before sex. [Read More]
Texas deputy constable fatally shot after arriving for work Texas deputy constable fatally shot after arriving for work
3 weeks ago -
BAYTOWN, Texas (AP) — A highly regarded Texas law enforcement officer was shot and killed Monday moments after arriving for work in an attack that prompted a massive manhunt for the gunman. [Read More]
Fire chief: Three dead, four hurt when boiler explodes in St. Louis
3 weeks ago -
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An explosion launched a van-sized boiler through the roof a St. Louis box company and slammed much of it down onto a laundry business across the street on Monday, killing three people and injuring four others, authorities said. [Read More]
Teen admits plotting to kill pope during Philadelphia trip
3 weeks ago -
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey teenager has admitted plotting to kill Pope Francis when he visited Philadelphia in 2015, federal prosecutors announced Monday. [Read More]
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