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Wayne Township Schools To Be Sued Over Severed Finger

Wayne Township Schools will soon be in court, after a student’s attorney sues over a severed finger.

The student, who has special needs, was reportedly locked in an isolation room last year when she became frustrated during a Math class.

The suit claims a staff member slammed the girls hand in a metal door, severing the girl’s finger.

He is seeking an unspecified amount of damages.

 

1 Man Dead after Drive-By Shooting

A man was fatally shot in what appears to be a drive-by shooting on the city’s east side.

When they arrived, at 38th Street and Gladstone Avenue, they found a man inside a Pontiac Grand Prix. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Marion County Coroner’s Office will perform an autopsy Today to determine the victim’s identity.

 

Skeletal Remains Identified

Police have identified the skeletal remains found Sunday along a Southern Indiana Creek.

Investigators said the remains belong to an Ohio woman, 21 year old Katelyn Markham, who was reported missing in August 2011.

Officials are investigating the cause of Markham’s death.

 

Owners of Madison County Farm Filled With Dead Animals Identified

Police have identified the owners of that Madison County farm where nearly 100 dead animals and 30 malnourished animals were found yesterday

Daniel and Carrie Ault own the property where a report of a strong odor coming from the area alert police.

The surviving animals — eight horses, two ponies, a llama, sheep, ducks, and several other animals, might be contaminated after living among dead animals

The couple has children, and they have been taken into custody with Child Protective Services.

 

Supporters Gather to Help Indianapolis Pet Shop 

Nearly a thousand people are coming together to try to save the east side pet shop that recently had its license revoked.  The Fish Bowl can sell supplies, but has not been allowed to sell animals since March when officials cited the business for hundreds of violations.

Volunteers have been working to clean up the business, and giving everything a fresh coat of paint.

 

Postal Service to Continue 6-Day-A-Week Service

The U.S. Postal Service has nixed its plans to cut Saturday mail delivery, because Congress isn’t allowing the change.

The Postal Service said in February that it planned to cut back  to five-day-a-week service.

As a result, the agency officials say Congress leaves them no choice but to delay implementation of the reduced delivery plan.

 

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