21-year-old old college senior Darden Schurg made a split-second decision.
The Porter County Sheriff’s Department was investigating the disappearance of Charles W. Brown from Hobart.
Coroner Merrilee Frey has said each brother had a single gunshot wound, and their deaths have been ruled homicides.
Lake County Coroner Merrilee Frey says the bodies were identified through dental records.
The county coroner's office has ruled both deaths as homicides from gunshot wounds but wasn't able to immediately identify the men, listing their ages and races as unknown.
The trooper says that when the truck went off the ramp, into a grassy knoll and rolled onto its side.
That was far short of the $5 million she had sought.
57 Indiana companies and organizations have been recognized by The American Heart Association as fit-friendly work sites.
Hobart's downtown district includes buildings that date back from 1870 through 1950.