The 23-year-old, from Louisville, Kentucky, was an inmate at the Jackson County Jail after being arrested on shoplifting charges on May 26.
"The suspect showed up there before Detective Ferency came out of the building," said Paul Keenan, the special agent overseeing the FBI's Indianapolis office.
The temporary injunction issued by U.S. District Judge James Patrick Hanlon in Indianapolis puts the law on hold while it is challenged in court.
One suspect said he didn't want to participate in the robbery. But authorities say that video footage suggests otherwise.
A racist letter that came with the application form claimed its intentions are not to "threaten anyone."
The storm caused severe damage in Chicago suburbs before making its way towards the neighboring state of Indiana.
Anna Morgan-Lloyd said since she stormed the building she has watched movies and read books to see "what life is like for others in our country."
The Indiana Department of Health is closing COVID-19 testing sites and giving the responsibility to pharmacies, clinics, and local health departments.
She was found to be unresponsive when she returned to the station of The Voyage rollercoaster at a theme park in Santa Claus, Indiana.
Indiana police are searching for a 21-year-old who was last seen driving a Ford F-150.
"I've been at this for 40 years. Perhaps folks are right, I'm out of touch," Randy Good, the owner of Good's Candy Shop in Indiana, said after a hiring post for his store went viral on Facebook.
A mid-May statement on the Portland Police Department's Facebook page called the incident "appalling," and said that Clark had been "removed from any and all law enforcement duties without pay."
A school board official argued in a statement that if they allowed LGBT flags they would have to allow white supremacist flags too. "One is about inclusiveness and the other is about hate and exclusion, and I don't think that's the same thing at all," said Tai Willis, a Pendleton Heights sophomore.
A man arrested for the death of his girlfriend's 17-month-old child is being charged with battery to a minor causing death, among other charges.
JJ Allin suffered second-degree burns to both of his legs after the stunt went awry at the "Southern Sickness Memorial Cup" in Indiana.
The allegedly neglected four-year-old girl had lost so much blood that she was given four transfusions.
Carlette Duffy had a white friend pose as her brother after two appraisals valued her home at little more than she had purchased it for.
Kalen Hart and Lendon Byram were en route to the Hamilton Heights High School prom in Indiana when they crashed into another vehicle.
Two men were seen on CCTV purchasing a hacksaw, a knife, tarps and other items from a homeware store days before Shane Nguyen was found.
Nguyen's body was found dismembered in the back of his own van in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on April 25, two days after he was reported missing by family and friends
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has sued his state's Legislature on the basis of its "usurping" his powers as governor.
A case of the munchies got two criminals in trouble after they attempted not once, but twice to score a free breakfast at Denny's.
"Blacks captured and sold blacks as slaves," Indiana state Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican, said during a recent exchange with a Black surgeon on Facebook. "Slavery is vile and repugnant, but has, and is tragically a way of humanity."
Joseph Edward Duncan was sentenced to death for murdering members of the Grone family and was given life sentences for the murder of 10-year-old Anthony Martinez.
The Church of the Ku Klux Klan plans to hold a "White Unity Meet & Greet" on private land in Auburn on April 3.
Malik Halfacre, the suspect, is believed to have taken 6-month-old Malia Halfacre from the scene of a quadruple homicide in Indianapolis, police said.
Buster Hernandez, 29, will be placed on a lifetime of supervised release if he is ever set free following his 75-year sentence for "sextortion" crimes against 375 underage victims and making bomb threats. He also was known as "Brian Kil."
Teachers trying to get on vaccine standby lists were suddenly bumped down, only to find that smokers took higher priority.
The inmate at the Michigan City Prison faces several preliminary charges, including murder, as the investigation continues.