A woman sent a text message to set up a drug deal that resulted in five people being fatally shot in southeastern Indiana, prosecutors say.
The mother of the man convicted of killing five people in Laurel last September has been indicted on charges that she supplied him a weapon, 24-Hour News 8’s
David Ison will spend the rest of his life in prison after pleading guilty to killing five people in the rural Franklin County community of Laurel.
The man charged in the September deaths of five Laurel residents has changed his plea, court officials in Franklin County say.
The man accused in the shooting deaths of five people in Laurel, Ind. will not face the death penalty.
The attorney for the accused killer of five people in Franklin County has filed a request to have the trial of David Ison moved to another County. The judge in
Franklin County prosecutors have said they could seek the death penalty in the case of five people shot to death last month in Laurel. They plan to consult
An assistant prosecutor in Franklin County tells 24-Hour News 8 the death penalty is 'under consideration' in the case against David Ison.
Court documents obtained by 24-Hour News 8 outline a botched drug deal may be behind the mass slaughter of the Napier family near Laurel.
Carris Richardson arrived four hours early to the grave site. He stood at the ledge of mammoth hole and stared; the hole where his family will soon be
David Ison and his girlfriend, Amanda Napier, are both in jail facing charges in connection with an attempted armed robbery in May. But police have said Ison
Police have arrested a second person in connection with an attempted drug store robbery. The same crime earlier led investigators to a possible suspect in the
The man who police believe was involved in the shooting deaths of five people near Laurel is being held in the Ripley County Jail on $5 million bond stemming
A possible witness to the killing of five people last weekend in Laurel is a 4-year-old girl found wandering on a nearby road was described by the couple who
Death row. That’s the punishment Roy Napier's mother wants for the person who took her son's life and four others. But death penalty cases are much more
Three days after her son and neighbors were found slain in a rural Franklin County home, Shirley Cummins is still dealing with the residual emotions.