Indy News: Police Chase Halts As Suspect Stops at McDonald’s; Car Fire at Indianapolis Airport

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Car Fire at Indianapolis Airport

Two cars burned inside the parking garage at the Indianapolis Airport.

An Airport spokesman said a Chevrolet Impala caught fire and then the flames spread to an Audi sedan.

Crews said they were having a difficult time getting the fire under control, but once the flames were put out, smoke continued to spread throughout the garage.

No injuries were reported.

 

Children Found in Bloomington Meth Lab

Child Protective Services took two children into custody after they were found in a home with an active methlab.

State Police said a 4-year-old and an infant less than 30 days old were in a Bloomington Apartment while meth was being manufactured.

29 year old Michael Langley, was arrested and had an active warrant stemming from a 2012 arrest for manufacturing meth.

 

Police Chase Halts As Suspect Stops at McDonald’s

A man was drunk when he led police on a high-speed chase that topped 100 mph and included stops at two McDonald’s drive-thrus.

Sheriff’s deputies were first alerted to a possible intoxicated driver on I-65.

But instead of pulling over, the driver James Thornburg made a quick trip to a McDonalds the drive-thru, and dropped off a passenger.

He then drove through Johnson County at 110 mph before he stopped at another McDonalds and placed his order at the drive-thru speaker.

Thornburg’s blood-alcohol content was twice the legal limit 0.16 percent.

 

Granger Out For The Season

Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will sit out the rest of the team’s season.

Granger needs surgery on his left knee, after all other treatment options have failed.

Granger received treatment in October for patellar tendinosis, but continued soreness has kept him out of the game.

The Pacers said they do expect Granger will be ready for training camp.

 

 

Police Investigate Stolen Hennessy Worth Quarter Million Dollars

IMPD is investigating the theft of a container of Hennessy Cognac, valued at a quarter million dollars.  Police say the liquor was taken from a trucking company on Kentucky Avenue Sunday morning.  Investigators say the suspects might have known exactly what they were taking because they bypassed over 100 other containers to take the one filled with Hennessy.

 

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