SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Police in South Bend have been searching for a pickup truck they say fatally dragged a scooter driver underneath the truck for nearly two blocks.
Police say 53-year-old Quenton Freeman and a woman were on the scooter when it was hit from behind on a street on the city's south side.
Capt. Phil Trent tells the South Bend Tribune that 56-year-old Lynn Gentry was knocked off the scooter but Freeman was dragged more than 1,000 feet before becoming dislodged. The truck then dragged the scooter two more blocks before it came loose.
Dorothy Gentry tells WSBT-TV the last thing her daughter remembers is a speeding truck coming from behind as she rode with her longtime boyfriend early Sunday. Lynn Gentry was hospitalized with broken legs and a broken pelvis.
Couple arrested month after boy's death
A man and woman were arrested Thursday in the death of the woman's 1-year-old son.
Fishers announces first city controller
The town of Fishers first city controller began this week ahead of its transition into a second-class city next year.
DNA links 'career criminal' to murder of teen
Police arrested a man in the killing of a 15-year-old Ben Davis student whose badly burned body was found in August.
Indy group pushes to bring back iconic art
Fountain Square is using a local photographer's work to bring back its iconic "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL" art.
Parent jailed in attack on Evansville bus driver
An Evansville man has been preliminarily charged with battery and trespass after he was accused of boarding an Evansville Vanderburgh School…
500 baby pigs die when semi overturns in Indy
Crews worked to rescue thousands of baby pigs from an overturned semi on the city's west side Thursday evening.