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A three-vehicle accident on I-65 left a Nashville woman dead and two other Nashville resident with life threatening injuries. According to an Indiana State Police report, traffic had slowed in the area due to an earlier accident where a semi tractor-trailer had overturned. Comment?
A 26-year-old Indiana man is awaiting sentencing in the death of his infant son after a plea agreement was reached in the case. Steven Allen Filley of Crawfordsville was facing child abuse-related charges after his 5-month-old son died of multiple blunt force traumas to the head. Comment?
Two Indiana lawmakers and an e-cigarette liquid producer say they have been questioned by the FBI about the creation of the state's vaping law. Republican Rep. Phil Boot of Crawfordsville told the Indianapolis Star for a report Monday that FBI agents interviewed him last month and asked if someone benefited financially from the legislation. Comment?
Indiana State Police are investigating the death of an inmate hours after he barricaded himself inside his cell at a central Indiana facility. Pendleton Correctional Facility Superintendent Dushan Zatecky says 32-year-old Justin Addler of Crawfordsville died at St. Vincent's Anderson Regional Hospital about 4:15 p.m. Monday. Comment?
One hunter was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Crawfordsville with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the face and shoulder. Police say, 37-year-old Jeremy Phillips, of Crawfordsville was turkey hunting along a farm field near Jim Davis Bridge. Comment?
The Parke County Sheriff's Office reported Thursday morning that a man had been arrested in Crawfordsville in connection with a recent burglary in Parke County. After search warrants were conducted at several residences in Crawfordsville, police arrested 34-year-old Robert Watt, 34, of Crawfordsville on charges of burglary, theft and identity deception. Comment?
Attention college students, the Indiana Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications for Governor's Summer Internships paying $11.30 per hour and civil engineering scholarships of up to $3,125 per semester. "INDOT employs a staff of more than 3,400 to build and maintain 28,800 lane miles of interstates, U.S. highways and state routes," said Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson. Comment?
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