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Topic - Gary Coons
Faced with a tight budget and widespread public concerns about violent crime, Indianapolis officials this year could consider a new revenue source to help fill the police department's depleted coffers: charging a security fee at some of the city's biggest events.
The house explosion that killed two people and destroyed several homes in an Indianapolis neighborhood is now being investigated as a homicide, authorities said, though no suspects have been named.
Whether the city covers an event depends on a number of factors, said Indianapolis Department of Homeland Security Director Gary Coons.
Coons, the homeland security director, said the city re-examined how it was positioning patrols around the 2013 Mini-Marathon in the wake of that attack.