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A veteran city police officer has been dismissed from the Muncie Police Department. Patrol Officer Amy Fisher, who had been with the department since 1998, was dismissed for several “rules of conduct” charges filed by Chief Steve Stewart, who says Fisher’s conduct had been, “an example of what a Muncie police officer should not be.”
Fisher has been on unpaid administrative leave since May.
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The Indiana Supreme Court has let stand the fines levied against House Democrats who fled to Illinois during the 2011 session, then staged shorter walkouts in 2012. A 3-2 majority says the House has exclusive authority to conduct internal legislative affairs, including the right to compel attendance and the disciplining of members. House Speaker Brian [...]19.06.13
Madison County public safety officials made a disturbing discovery when they found a large cache of mercury, a highly hazardous element. Elwood Police Chief Sam Hanna says more than 20 ounces of the toxic material was found in a home in the 2000 block of South I Street. Hanna is especially concerned because the only [...]19.06.13
A 21-year old man escaped injury yesterday when his car left the road, snapping a pole, downing power lines and catching two trees on fire. The accident happened at the intersection of SR 67 and Delaware County Road 400 N when a car in front of 21-year-old Ben Vance braked suddenly. Vance swerved to miss [...]