Police Searching for Missing 24-Year-Old Woman
Indianapolis Police are extremely concerned about a missing 24-year-old woman.
Nakiesha Robinson has been since Saturday Morning. She has been having problems with an ex-boyfriend, but police have not established if he is involved.
Nakiesha is described as a black female, 5 foot 3, and 240 pounds and was last seen Saturday morning in the 1200 blk. of S. Manhattan Av.
Anyone with information about Nakiesha’s whereabouts is asked to call IMPD missing person detectives at 317-327-6174 or 911.
Skeletal Remains Found In Franklin County
A Developing Story from Franklin County This Morning, where State Police say possible human skeletal remains were found late last night.
Police said a group of people were walking through a wooded area looking for recyclables, when they came across the bones, near a creek.
Marion County Tax Bills to Be Sent Monday
Marion County property tax bills are being sent out today. Officials say about 68-percent of homeowners will see an increase because of the countywide reassessment, higher tax rates and school referendums in six of the county’s eleven school districts. Spring Taxes are Due on May 10th.
Noblesville Man Dies, After SUV Runs into Pond
A Noblesville man is dead after driving his SUV into a retention pond. Police say 22-year-old Alexander Cottom was pulled from his submerged Jeep Saturday in the Sandpiper Lakes subdivision near State Road 32.
Police don’t know why Cottom drove into the water.
6 Teens Hurt in Crash Near Muncie
One teen is in critical condition and 5 others were hurt after the SUV they were riding in crashed near Muncie.
The Star Press reports 18-year-old Aaron Kelly was in critical condition Sunday after being airlifted to Methodist Hospital.
Others in the car were to Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie.
Delaware County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Arlan Johnson says investigators believe the SUV struck a utility pole and some trees along the road.
Study: Walking Better Than Running
A new study says a brisk walk is just as good as running for lowering blood pressure, cholesterol and keeping diabetes under control. The key, how far you go, not how long of a distance you travel. Running decreased diabetes risk 12-point-one percent, while walking brought it down 12-point-three percent.
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