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Indiana driver, 24, convicted of reckless homicide after plowing into 4 children boarding school bus, killing 3

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An Indiana woman was found guilty Friday of reckless homicide after plowing her pickup truck into four children, killing three, as they crossed a two-lane highway to board a school bus.

Alyssa Shepherd, 24, was convicted of criminal recklessness for an Oct. 30, 2018, crash in which she claimed not to be aware she was passing a school bus and crashed into the children, killing twin brothers Xzavier and Mason Ingle, 6, and their 9-year-old sister Alivia Stahl. Maverik Lowe, 11, was critically injured. Shepherd will be sentenced Dec. 18 and could face more than 20 years in prison.

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Shepherd told the courtroom she remembered seeing blinking lights and a large vehicle, but did not realize the vehicle was a bus and did not see the red stop sign on the side of the bus, reiterating claims she had made at the time of her arrest. She described emotions including disbelief and hysteria upon realizing she had hit the children.

“The only way I can describe it is an out-of-body experience,” Shepherd said. “I was a mess.”

Fulton County Prosecutor Michael Marrs said the bus stop had been in place for 50 years and no child had been killed there before. Marrs also mentioned the testimony of the driver behind Shepherd who said she could tell a school bus with its warning lights on and stop arm extended was up ahead.

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“The thing that makes me sick here is that this never should have happened,” Marrs said.

The crash led to statewide changes in traffic laws for which the three victims’ families heavily advocated. A bill that Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law July 1 extended penalties of up to a year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine for passing a school bus with a stop arm out.

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“I don’t want to see another parent have to endure what Brittany, Shane and myself have endured,” Michael Stahl, whose 9-year-old daughter Alivia was killed, told Fox 59 of Indianapolis in February.

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Man tried walking 351 miles to have sex with deputy he thought was 14-year-old girl, prosecutors say

A man was arrested after allegedly walking hundreds of miles from Indiana to Wisconsin to have sex with a teen — who turned out to be an undercover sheriff’s deputy.

Tommy Lee Jenkins, 32, recently moved from Oshkosh, Wis., to Whitestown, Ind., and on Oct. 1 started chatting with someone named “Kylee,” who he thought was a 14-year-old girl living in Neenah, Wis., with her mom, federal prosecutors said.

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Jenkins allegedly “began demanding sexually explicit photographs from ‘Kylee’ and making plans to engage in sexual activity,” according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

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Tommy Lee Jenkins, 32, was arrested after he allegedly walked hundreds of miles from Indiana to Wisconsin to try to have sex with a 14-year-old girl. (Brown County Jail)

When he was rejected, authorities claim Jenkins decided to walk to her — 351 miles away. While he walked, “Jenkins continued to engage ‘Kylee’ in sexually explicit conversations and updated her as to his current location.”

The 32-year-old told the teen he wanted to have 500 children with her in one year, the Oshkosh Northwestern reported, citing court documents.

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As it turns out, “Kylee” was not a 14-year-old — but a Winnebago County sheriff’s deputy working with the Internet Crimes Against Children task force.

When Jenkins arrived in Winnebago County on Oct. 10, he was arrested by local authorities and the FBI.

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“Our nation faces an epidemic of child sexual abuse, with the Internet making it too easy for predators to communicate with children across the country,” U.S. Attorney Matthew Krueger said in a statement. “The Justice Department is committed to working with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to prosecute child sexual abuse aggressively.”

Jenkins was charged with using a computer to attempt to persuade, induce or entice a minor to engage in unlawful sexual activity. He faces a lifetime prison sentence if convicted and, according to online records, remains jailed at the Brown County Jail in Wisconsin.

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John Dillinger’s exhumation set for New Year’s Eve after Indiana approves permit

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John Dillinger’s nephew has obtained a permit to open the Great Depression gangster’s grave in an Indiana cemetery on New Year’s Eve, according to a report.

The exhumation permit approved Thursday by the Indiana Department of Health was being sought by Dillinger nephew Michael Thompson, who believes the grave holds the remains of a person who is not his uncle.

A previous permit application had a wrong date requiring Thompson to refile, Fox 59 Indianapolis reported Friday

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The History Channel wanted to film the exhumation for a documentary but has ditched those plans, leaving Thompson to proceed on his own, the station reported.

Crown Hill Cemetery opposes opening the grave. Thompson has filed a lawsuit challenging that opposition.

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The FBI says Dillinger was buried in Indiana after agents gunned him down in 1934 outside a Chicago movie theater showing Clark Gable’s “Manhattan Melodrama.”

Those who believe otherwise are pedaling “a conspiracy theory,” it says.

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More than a dozen Indiana high school students hospitalized after mistakenly injected with insulin

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Sixteen Indiana students were rushed to the hospital Monday after they were mistakenly injected with insulin during a tuberculosis skin test at their local high school, according to school officials.

The students from the McKenzie Center for Innovation & Technology in Indianapolis were taken to local hospitals for observation after being injected with a “small dosage” of insulin by Community Health Network personnel, according to the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township. All sixteen were transported to the hospitals with either a high school or district staff member. Parents were also notified, Indianapolis’ Fox 59 reported.

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“They could have died, my daughter could have died. So yes, I’m very angry,” Lucille Knowles, whose daughter was hospitalized for five hours after being accidentally injected, told Fox 59. “I just want to know how did this happen, why did you not pay attention… You did 16 kids, when you got to your 16th child, that’s when you realized it was a mistake.”

Insulin is administered to a person suffering from diabetes, a disease in which blood sugar levels are too high. The insulin, which is produced by a healthy body, helps the glucose, which comes from consumed food, get into the body’s cells to give them energy.

When insulin is injected into a non-diabetic person, depending on the size of the dosage, that individual can become hypoglycemic—a state at which blood sugar drops to abnormal levels—which causes sweating, nervousness, fainting and seizures in extreme cases, Fox 59 reported.

District spokeswoman Dana Altemeyer said in a statement that they’re working “to determine the cause of the error” and “have full confidence that the events of today are isolated in nature and will be addressed swiftly by the Community Health Network.”

It’s unclear why the students were receiving the test. The tuberculosis skin test requires an intradermal injection of liquid — 0.1 milliliter of a purified protein derivative called tuberculin — in the lower part of their arm, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A resulting bump is checked two or three days for any signs of latent or active tuberculosis infection.

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Community Health Network said in a statement it’s “committed to patient safety and is working closely with MSD of Lawrence Township to determine the cause of error and evaluate processes.” The healthcare provider added that “The safety of the students in our care is top priority” and it’s “a privilege to partner with schools including MSD of Lawrence Township.”

The school district’s website said it’s been partnered with Community Health Network for eight years.

President of Community Physician Network John Kunzer told Fox 59 that as of Monday afternoon all students were in good condition and some students had already been released from the hospital. All students were expected to be released by Monday evening, he said. Community Physician Network helped treat the children after they were accidentally injected with insulin.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Indiana elementary school reverses ‘zero dating policy’ after parents express concerns

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An Indiana elementary school reversed a fifth-grade “zero dating policy” Thursday after some parents expressed concern over the school regulating their children’s relationships.

Earlier in the week, Riverside Elementary School in Jeffersonville, Ind., sent a letter home that said, “At this age, children are dating and breaking up within days of each other,” according to Fox 59 in Indianapolis. “This leads to many broken hearts, which carry over into the classroom.”

The letter stated that the students had until Wednesday to “make sure that relationships have ended” and asked parents to sign the letter and return it with their child to the school.

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Parent Briana Bower posted the letter on her Facebook page.

“The school has no right to pressure my child & put a DEADLINE on when he ‘has to’ end his relationship,” she wrote in the post. “That’s MY child & I will not enforce this new rule of theirs. As long as he’s not holding her hand or whatever at school it’s none of their business who he calls his girlfriend.”

She said her 10-year-old son has a girlfriend who is his best friend and they spend time together after school.

“No, they’re not romantic together, they’re too young. However, they talk every day,” she told Fox 59.

In their clarification, the school said a group of fifth-grade teachers wrote the letter with the intention of protecting students’ feelings, encouraging developmentally appropriate relationships and avoiding distractions during class time.

“In retrospect, the phrases, ‘zero dating policy’ and the request to take Tuesday and Wednesday to ‘end’ relationships misrepresented the intentions of the teachers,” the school said, according to WDRB. “While the team of teachers were trying to protect students, the wording is what caused alarm.”

The school said the letter had not been reviewed by the principal or district officials.

Bower wrote on Facebook that she has never had a problem with the school before.

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“I just think boundaries were crossed with telling my child he had to end his relationship by a certain date without addressing anything with me first,” she wrote.

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Authorities urge women who may be linked to fetal remains found at abortion doctor’s home to come forward

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Authorities are urging women who may have had an abortion performed on them by an Indiana doctor who kept more than 2,000 fetal remains at his Illinois home to come forward if they feel that they could have a link to the remains.

Will County Sherrif Mike Kelley said Thursday that the 2,246 fetal remains would be turned over to the Indiana Attorney General’s Office for further investigation.

“What we’re looking for is to work with Indiana authorities to find out if there’s more and work with them if victims come forward that want to participate in the criminal justice system,” Will County State’s Attorney General James Glasgow said at a press conference.

ABORTION DOCTOR’S FAMILY FINDS REMAINS OF MORE THAN 2,200 FETUSES AT HIS HOME AFTER HIS DEATH: REPORT

“Even though the clinics are in Indiana, some of these people could have lived in Illinois at the time, so we have a connection. But obviously if the crime is committed in Indiana, they would be the appropriate prosecuting authority but we probably could assist them so we remain open to that.”

Kelley added that the investigation in Illinois has been completed for the time being, but added: “There’s still work that needs to be done in this case,”

Family members of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer discovered the medically preserved fetal remains in his garage on Sept. 12. Klopfer had died nine days earlier of natural causes, according to Will County Coroner Patrick O’Neil.

When authorities searched the garage, they found more than 70 cardboard boxes of various sizes from “ceiling to floor” containing fetal remains that were placed inside small, sealed plastic bags with formalin, a chemical used to preserve biological material, Kelley said.

There was “individual packaging of every single one of them,” Glasgow said of the fetal remains.

The boxes were mixed among other boxes containing Klopfer’s personal property and more than 50 detectives and personnel searched the residence for several days, before transferring the remains to the coroner’s office.

“I can tell you, in the 31 years that I’ve been doing this job, I’ve never seen anything like this ever,” Kelley said. “It is a strange … once in a lifetime type of thing.”

Police said they found no evidence of medical procedures occurring on the property but the containers of remains were dated from 2000 to 2002, coinciding with a period of time when Klopfer maintained three abortion clinics in Indiana.

“We collectively ask that the media and the public not pass judgment on the Klopfer family, who made this startling discovery and who have been cooperating fully throughout this entire process,” Kelly said, adding that neither the family nor the doctor’s widow knew why he had the fetuses hidden in the garage.

Glasgow said there was “no evidence to indicate any criminal activity at that house other than the existence of the evidence that we found.”

The laws for disposing of a fetus after an abortion vary from state to state, but O’Neil said the coroner’s officer “never exercises jurisdiction” over disposal in Illinois. “Whatever form of disposition either the hospital or clinic provides is up to them.”

Glasgow also pointed out that since Klopfer is deceased, he can’t face any criminal charges but it is clear that “he failed to follow Indiana law as to the disposal of the fetal remains under their law. He failed to file the proper paperwork under their law. Those are the two things they’re going to be looking at. He has facilities there that are still there. That will be part of the continuing investigation.”

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Glasgow said investigators “would certainly like to know more” about the circumstances that led to the suspension of Klopfer’s medical license in 2015 amid accusations that he failed to report an abortion performed on a 13-year-old girl.

“These records were not handled properly back at that time,” Glasglow said.

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Abortion doctor’s family finds remains of more than 2,200 fetuses at his home after his death: reports

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The remains of more than 2,200 unborn children have been found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion doctor who died earlier this month, according to reports.

The discovery was made by members of the family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer, who died Sept. 3. The family members had been searching through Klopfer’s belongings after he died, FOX 59 of Indianapolis reported.

There is no evidence that any abortions were performed at the private residence, the Will County (Ill.) Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

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Klopfer formerly worked at the Women’s Pavilion in South Bend, Ind., the report said. The home where the remains were found is located in Will County, Ill.

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According to FOX 59, Klopfer’s medical license was suspended in 2015 after accusations that he failed to report an abortion performed on a 13-year-old girl.

The Will County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation into the matter, WSBT-TV of South Bend reported. The county coroner’s office took possession of the remains, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

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1 wounded in Indiana Walmart shooting; 2 in custody

A shooting Sunday at a Walmart in Hobart, Indiana, wounded one person and two others were in custody, police announced.

“There are two suspects in custody and weapons have been recovered from the scene,” the Hobart Police Department wrote in a Facebook post.

The post also said the victim was in stable condition and was being rushed to a nearby hospital. It’s unclear whether the suspects knew the person who was shot.

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A shooting injured one person at a Walmart in Hobart, Indiana. (Google Street View)

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“Walmart has been evacuated and the scene is secure and is being processed as a crime scene at this time,” the post added.

No further details were released with police saying the investigation was in its “infancy” and that the Walmart was evacuated.

Police said there was no threat to the public.

The Indiana shooting came one day after a man went on a shooting rampage in West Texas, killing seven people and wounding 22 others in the area of Odessa and Midland, Texas.

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On August 3, a gunman opened fire in a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, killing 22 people and injuring over 20 others. The next day, in Dayton, Ohio, a shooter killed 9 people and injured dozens in 32 seconds.

Hobart is about an hour’s drive southeast of Chicago.

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Andrew Luck takes out full-page ad thanking Colts fans after retirement

Retired Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck took out a full-page ad in the Indianapolis Star on Sunday morning thanking “Colts Nation” fans for their support over the past eight years.

It comes as a classy move after some Colts fans were seen booing Luck as he walked off the field following a preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium against the Chicago Bears on Aug. 24 — having just heard the shocking ESPN report regarding his NFL exit.

Luck held a tearful press conference soon after detailing his love for the city and why he made the decision. He also discussed his reaction to hearing the boos.

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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck speaks during a news conference following the team’s NFL preseason football game against the Chicago Bears, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, in Indianapolis. The oft-injured star retired at age 29 and is taking out a full-page ad thanking fans for their support. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

“I’d be lying if I said I didn’t hear it,” Luck said regarding the boos. “Yeah, it hurt. I’ll be honest, it hurt.”

While most Colts fans were blindsided by the 29-year-old’s sudden retirement from the game due to constant injuries he said had “taken the joy out of this game,” those who booed him are probably the small minority of actual fans who appreciate what he’s done for their team and city.

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In the letter, Luck thanks fans for helping him and his wife Nicole make Indiana their home, for helping him grow, as well as showing them the true meaning of Indiana hospitality.

“It has been the honor of a lifetime to represent the Colts and the city of Indianapolis on the world’s stage. I can’t wait to see our team take the field and continue the journey,” he said.

“I’m proud to be a Midwesterner, a Hoosier, and a Colt,” he added.

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He signed the letter “Andrew Luck 12.”

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Fired KFC employee allegedly stabs coworker, walks to McDonald’s

A former KFC employee reportedly did not take getting fired well.

The suspect allegedly attempted to stab a manager at one of the fast-food chain’s locations in Indiana after receiving the bad news. When several employees attempted to intervene, one of them was apparently stabbed in the hand.

The suspect then left the KFC and reportedly walked to a nearby McDonald’s, where he was eventually picked up by police.

The Valparaiso Police Department posted about the incident on their Facebook page. According to them, the incident occurred around 4 p.m. on Wednesday. The post states that officers responded to the restaurant after receiving reports of “a male subject bleeding from his hand.”

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When officers arrived, they discovered that the employee had allegedly been stabbed.

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According to the Valparaiso Police Department, Joshua Moser, 26, has been charged with aggravated battery causing serious bodily harm, intimidation with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief and possession of paraphernalia. (Valparaiso Police Department)

According to the post, “Joshua Moser, 26, of Valparaiso arrived for his shift at KFC when he was advised of the decision by management. Moser soon attempted to aggressively approach a member of the management staff, with a knife in his hand and was subdued by other employees. Moser then stabbed a staff member, causing injury to his hand and arm.”

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After leaving the restaurant, police claim that Moser slashed the tires of the manager’s car. He then apparently walked to a nearby McDonald’s, where he was taken into custody “without further incident.”

In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for KFC said, “There was an incident at this location yesterday afternoon. Fortunately, the employee who was injured was treated and released.”

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According to the Valparaiso Police Department, Moser has been charged with aggravated battery causing serious bodily harm, intimidation with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief and possession of paraphernalia.

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