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Gov. Holcomb announces a judicial appointment for Johnson County Superior Court 3

INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric J. Holcomb today announced Douglas B. Cummins as his appointment for Johnson County Superior Court 3. Cummins is currently the Magistrate for Johnson County Superior Courts and has served in this role since 2015. He was in private practice from 2013 to 2015 and was a deputy prosecutor in Johnson County for 12 years prior to that. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Cummins served in the United States Air Force for 10 years. He is also currently co-owner of Rock of Ages Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, an animal rescue and rehoming organization.
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Severe weather causes heavy damage in south central Indiana counties

A slew of severe weather, including high winds and heavy rain, caused extensive damage Saturday afternoon in several south central Indiana counties. Counties that saw storm damage included Shelby, Johnson and Bartholomew. At the connecting border of these three counties is the city of Edinburgh, which experienced heavy damage. Multiple people in the city reported […]
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Indiana Child Solicitation Sting Nabs 11 Men

Indiana Child Solicitation Sting Nabs 11 MenIndiana Mugshot. Johnson County Sheriff, Duane Burgess, says 11 men were arrested during a multi-county child sex sting operation. Investigators created bogus profiles on websites that resembled 14-year-old girls. Adults would then discuss fantasies and acts of sexuality with these fake underage accounts.
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Nearly a Dozen Arrested in Child Sex Sting Operation in Indiana

A child sex sting operation has led to the arrest of 11 men. According to FOX 59, the three-day investigation was a joint effort between Johnson County, the Franklin Police Department, and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office in Indiana. Authorities reportedly spent months planning the multi-county probe, in which detectives set up fake online profiles posing as 14-year-old girls. The suspects allegedly messaged the bogus account about sexual acts and their fantasies, even after the detective made it clear they were speaking to a minor.
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