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Police and fire

  • Dog's former owner charged with cruelty
    As Loki, the dog lived a horrible life. Unable to escape his urine-soaked cage, he was starving, caked in feces and barely able to stand when Animal Care & Control found him in late March.
  • Quarrel ends in stabbing, husband arrested
    A woman was hospitalized Tuesday night after police said a quarrel with her husband at their home near Warsaw ended with her suffering several stab wounds.
  • 5 charged in tool thefts at Lowe's
    Five people were charged Tuesday in what investigators say was an ongoing theft ring that targeted local Lowe's stores.

Urban League plans gun amnesty

Anyone looking to dispose of a gun confidentially can do so from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 20 at the Fort Wayne Urban League, according to city police.

“Gun Amnesty Day” is being sponsored by the Urban League and the Guardians of Police, an officers’ watchdog group, police said.

The Urban League’s offices are at 2135 S. Hanna St.