Category: Indiana – Southern District

Justice Department, EPA, and the State of Indiana Reach Clean Air Act Settlement with Lone Star Industries | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – Lone Star Industries Inc, a subsidiary of Italian company Buzzi Unicem, has agreed to upgrade and optimize pollution control equipment and procedures at its cement manufacturing facility in…

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Arrest Made in the Overdose Death of a Henderson County Kentucky Woman | USAO-SDIN

EVANSVILLE – An Evansville man was arrested on May 21st, 2021 in Evansville on charges related to his alleged distribution of controlled substances to a Henderson County Kentucky woman found…

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Justice Department Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Indiana Guardsman | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – Acting U.S. Attorney John E. Childress and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Pamela S. Karlan announced today, a complaint was filed in the United States District Court for…

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Child Sexual Predators Sentenced for Sexual Abuse and Online Exploitation | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – An Indianapolis man and woman were each sentenced to 45 years in federal prison for sexually exploiting a child, including producing child pornography with the minor victim, and…

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Man Indicted for Shooting Gun on Federal Property During the May 2020 Protest | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – A federal grand jury in Indianapolis, returned an indictment charging an Indianapolis man with a Felon in Possession of a Firearm. According to court documents, Tyrone Ross, 29,…

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Former Claims Processor of a Travel Insurance Company Sentenced to 47 Months for Wire Fraud Conspiracy | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – A McCordsville man was sentenced to 47 months in prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. According to court documents, Wesley A. Smith, 31, was employed by Seven…

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Indy Man Sentenced to 27 Years for Drug Dealing and Money Laundering | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – An Indianapolis man was sentenced to 27 years for dealing methamphetamine and heroin, and an additional 20 years for money laundering. The sentences will run concurrently. According to…

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Pendleton Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Sexual Crimes with a Child | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – A Pendleton man was sentenced to 30 years for several counts of sexual exploitation of a child, coercion and enticement of a child, and possession of child pornography….

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Pendleton Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Sexual Crimes against a Child | USAO-SDIN

INDIANAPOLIS – A Pendleton man was sentenced to 30 years for several counts of sexual exploitation of a child, coercion and enticement of a child, and possession of child pornography….

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Muncie Police Officers Indicted on Additional Charges of Excessive Force and Obstruction | USAO-SDIN

Indianapolis – Acting U.S. Attorney John Childress announced today that a federal grand jury in Indianapolis, returned a 17-count superseding indictment charging three officers and one sergeant of the Muncie…

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