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Man arrested after calling police on wife

A 43-year-old man's call to the police Friday morning, in which he claimed his wife had attacked him, resulted in his own arrest on multiple charges, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Ian Lovan said.




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Driver charged for SR 37, Vernal Pike crash Sunday

Police did not find signs McGee was intoxicated at the time of the crash, but have since issued citations for disregarding an automatic signal, driving too fast to avoid a collision as well as following too close in a tractor-trailer rig.

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Woman arrested for battery with a deadly weapon

A woman was arrested Monday night, July 14, for battery with a deadly weapon when she cut her boyfriend’s hand after an argument, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Joe Crider said.


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3 vehicle accident causes major injuries and closed road

The Bloomington Police Department investigated a major traffic accident at the intersections of Vernal Pike and State Road 37 involving three cars on July 14 at approximately 9:20p.m., a press release from Capt. Joe Qualters said.


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Intoxicated man strikes out at spouse

 A 29-year-old female reported being struck in the face and held against the wall by her husband around 1:30 a.m. July 13, BPD said.


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Fight breaks out at Dunnkirk

A 32-year-old male was struck in the face by an unknown male and had bruising, scratches and complained of pain around 3 a.m. Saturday night. Employees were also struck when trying to break up the fight.


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Employee arrested for stealing handguns

Connor David Alexander Lappin, 21, was arrested for reportedly stealing three semi-automatic handguns from Bloomington Home & Personal Security Store.


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Rape reported at Willkie Quad

A rape was reported July 7 to the IU Police Department, Lt. William C. Munroe said. The incident occurred July 3 and is an ongoing investigation.


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Missing 19-year-old found

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A 19-year-old male who went missing around 8 p.m. July 8 returned July 10, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Joe Crider said.


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8-year-old boy struck by vehicle

Police responded to the area of Nancy Street and Hillside Drive in reference to a personal injury accident where an 8-year-old boy was struck by a 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe after getting off a city bus with his mother and her friend.


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19-year-old male considered missing

A 19-year-old male is missing after leaving his sister’s residence July 8 at 8:07 p.m., Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Joe Crider said.


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Police arrest drunk motorcyclist

A 35-year-old male suspect was arrested for resisting law enforcement and operating a motorcycle while intoxicated after a brief motorcycle pursuit with police late evening July 7, Bloomington Police Department’s Sgt. Steve Kellams said.


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Police arrest drunk motorcyclist after pursuit

A 35-year-old male suspect was arrested for resisting law enforcement and operating a motorcycle while intoxicated after a brief motorcycle pursuit with police late evening July 7, Bloomington Police Department’s Sgt. Steve Kellams said.


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Sexual assault reported at motel

A 21-year-old female reported she was sexually assaulted June 26 at the University Inn on North Walnut Street, a Bloomington Police Department spokesperson said.



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Man reports two armed robberies from acquaintance

Police said it appeared as though the suspect found an old checkbook at the victim’s residence and then ordered the victim to sign checks over to the suspect.



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Herald-Times subscriber burglarized during vacation

Subscribers of the Bloomington Herald-Times newspaper reported they were the victims of a burglary after informing the publication they were going on vacation, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Joe Crider said.