LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WISH) - Gregory O'Bryan, the man accused of killing a Carmel High School graduate in Louisville, was indicted Thursday on multiple charges.
Andrew Compton, a Sullivan University student, disappeared in Louisville after meeting O'Bryan online . O'Bryan later admitted that Compton died in his presence.
O'Bryan is now facing charges of murder, sodomy, three counts of abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence. He told police Compton died during sex and he put his body in a dumpster.
Crews have searched a Southern Indiana landfill for days looking for Compton's remains.
The opening of Indiana's first liquefied natural gas refueling station has officials touting the use of the alternative fuel.
The new owner of a closed power plant along Lake Michigan says he's looking to transform the site by building a marina and residences with lakefront views.
While not officially ruled a homicide yet, the apparent fatal shooting of a man Tuesday afternoon in Fort Wayne would tie the record for homicides in a year in Allen County at 44, matching the total in 1997.