The second of two unborn babies being carried by a woman on life support after she was shot in the back of the head has died. The baby was the last surviving twin after his brother died on Tuesday. The twin’s mother, 29-year-old Alexis Wasson, remains on life support. Wasson was shot around 3 a.m. Friday in her home, allegedly by her boyfriend, Skye’lar White.
A federal judge says they can talk, but they cannot discuss the case. Muncie Sanitary District administrator Nikki Grigsby, now on unpaid leave and under indictment, can speak with the person doing her job. The 44 year old Grigsby was ordered not to have contact with anyone likely to be a witness in the investigation of bid rigging allegations. Her attorney asked she be able to communicate with the person in her job and that was granted as long as they do not discuss the case.
A significant step in the redevelopment of the Edgewood Plaza area has been taken by the Anderson Redevelopment Commission. According to the Herald Bulletin, the Commission has approved a resolution adding several properties needed for the redevelopment of the Nichol Avenue corridor west of Raible Avenue to the development plan.
A 16-year-old boy accused of robbing an acquaintance of more than $700 in cash at gunpoint will be prosecuted as an adult. 16-year-old Andregus Taylor, of Anderson, is expected to be charged with armed robbery. Authorities allege Taylor committed the holdup on July 3 in Muncie’s Whitely neighborhood.
Former Indiana State Sen. Doug Eckerty has been named as the new JobSource director. The New Castle resident was selected by the Madison County Board of Commissioners to fill the vacancy after JoAnna Collette was fired July 22.
Indiana Michigan Power is conducting aerial inspections of its high-voltage lines from helicopters. The flights are scheduled to inspect transmission lines in I&M’s Indiana service territory, which includes Muncie and East Central Indiana.
From 11 until 1 today, Open Door will host a free hotdog cookout, in celebration of National Health Center Week. The cookout will be held in the First Baptist shelter house, located adjacent to the parking lot of Open Door’s 333 South Madison Street location.
Save the Date: American Job Center, Indiana Impact and Job Source are holding a hiring event on Thursday, August 22nd from 1:30 until 3:30pm at the River Center Place on East 10th Street in Anderson. You can meet employers face-to-face so dress to interview and bring your resume.
Pulled over for a traffic stop, police say a Delaware County woman had bags of pot, cocaine and Xanax in her possession. 48 year old Jeanne Curts was pulled over at 23rd and Madison streets in Muncie. Officers said they smelled both burnt and fresh marijuana in the car. Curts vehicle was searched and the various drugs were found. She’s behind bars in lieu of $55,000 bail.
Muncie Sanitary District administrator Nikki Grigsby, now on unpaid leave and under indictment, can speak with the person doing her job. The 44 year old Grigsby was ordered not to have contact with anyone likely to be a witness in the investigation of bid rigging allegations. Her attorney asked she be able to communicate with the person in her job and that was granted as long as they do not discuss the case.