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Homicide suspect kills self on B-Line Trail

A suspect in a Wisconsin homicide case shot and killed himself Tuesday night after he was located by Bloomington police while riding a bicycle on the B-Line Trail.

Record arrests made during LIttle 500

More than half of the people in line were IU students cited for drinking or drug use. But anyone clutching folded white- or pastel-colored citation papers was welcome. They were the minor offenders of the 235 people Indiana State Excise Police arrested on a total of 285 charges.

Woman reportedly robbed by man with knife

The Bloomington Police Department is investigating the incident reported near the area of West 11th and North Illinois streets early Wednesday morning.

Girl arrested after attempted robbery

A 16-year-old girl was arrested Monday afternoon after reportedly attempting to rob a woman in the parking lot of Old National Bank, 4191 W. Third St.

Local man facing forgery charges

A man is in custody after allegedly attempting to pay for $1 and $4 dessert items at the Rally’s drive-thru with counterfeit $20 bills.

Record 285 citations issued this weekend

Indiana State Excise Police reported 235 people were cited with a total 285 charges this year — 29 more than last year’s 256 tickets.

Woman reports sexual assault

The Bloomington Police Department is investigating a possible attempted rape after a man reportedly entered a woman’s Smallwood Plaza apartment.

Woman reports rape after break-in

Police spoke with the victim at about 12:45 p.m. Sunday at a west-side residence. The victim reported an unknown man forced entry into her residence, confined her and sexually assaulted her.

Child dies from drug overdose, parents arrested for neglect

Brenda Lynn Jay, 21, and Joshua A. Lloyd, 31, are currently being detained at the Monroe County Jail, both facing preliminary charges of neglect of a dependent and possession of a controlled substance. Bond for each of them is set at $100,000 surety and $500 cash.


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