CRACKDOWN AT THE MALLS
IMPD and Simon Mall Officials are shopping for new solutions this morning, After the more violence at Indy Malls, This time in Caselton.
It started at Circle Circle Centre Mall, but the latest episode of youth violence occurred at Castleton Square, and the city’s faith-based community said police should have been better prepared.
Saturday Night, security ejected dozens of teens for the Mall. Who Then went across the street at to McDonald’s and began to fight. Police arrested to teens after a gun was drawn, thankfully no one was shot.
Starting Now Simon Mall Said, group of 4 or more unsupervised teens will likely be asked to leave the mall.
RACING NOT THE CAUSE OF FATAL CRASH
New This Morning, Investigators have ruled out drag racing as a cause of the fatal crash that killed three Ripley County teenagers and injured three others.
State Police interviewed two of the surviving students and determined that the drivers of the two vehicles were never aware of the other driver being nearby.
The students, who left early, were at a school-sanctioned FFA event at a near-by Church that was supposed to last all day.
The prosecutor will decide if any criminal charges should be filed.
INDIANAPOLIS BEST AIRPORT IN NORTH AMERCIA
New This Morning, The Indianapolis International Airport has been recognized as 2012’s best airport in North America!
The recognition was made as part of the prestigious annual Airport Service Quality awards.
Robert Duncan, executive director for the Indianapolis Airport Authority, said he credits the airport’s employees for the honor.
Indy’s airport was also named 2010 and It has been ranked in the top three airports in North America since that time.
HOTEL WORKERS SELL STOLEN IPAD ONLINE
And from the good luck with that one file…
Felony charges have been lodged against two workers at a downtown Indy hotel after police said they sold a guest’s iPad Mini on Craigslist.
An Indianapolis woman told police she answered an ad on Craigslist, but quickly became suspicious because the seller was wearing an Omni Hotel uniform. She contacted the hotel and police were called.
Felony theft charges have been filed against 25 year old, Myron Jackson, and 24 year old Talia Keys.
Jackson told police he quit his job at the Omni shortly before coming in to be interrogated for this case.
Keys and keys denies knowing that Jackson was selling a stolen iPad at the time.