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Topic - Troy Riggs
A man who was shot and killed by police after allegedly wounding four SWAT officers watched them approach the suspected drug house on surveillance cameras, Indianapolis' public safety director said.
Indianapolis police will soon join city medics in carrying a drug designed to help stop heroin overdoses in their tracks.
The brakes on the bus carrying teenagers home from a youth camp in northern Michigan failed as the vehicle exited an Indianapolis interstate, causing it to strike a retaining wall and flip on its side, according to a newspaper report Sunday.
As investigators try to determine what caused a deadly explosion that ravaged an Indianapolis subdivision, an expert says people shouldn't be alarmed by a homeowner's suggestion that his faulty furnace could be to blame.
The owner of one of the homes that exploded in Indianapolis said Monday that a problem furnace could be to blame for the blast that killed two people and damaged dozens of homes so severely officials say they must be demolished.
Public Safety Director Troy Riggs said Sizemore apparently watched approaching police on the home's surveillance cameras.
Sizemore, 27, of Indianapolis, was shot and killed by police in Wednesday, March 5, after allegedly wounding four SWAT officers as he watched them approach a suspected drug house on surveillance cameras, Indianapolis' public safety director Troy Riggs said.