Nearly 40 cars were vandalized in the Franklin area over the weekend, according to local police. No one has been charged in the rash of car break-ins.
Brooke Richardson, the Carlisle woman accused of killing, burning and burying her newborn, will stand trial in April 2018.
The 18-year-old mother charged with murder in the death of her newborn baby is due in court for a pre-trial hearing Tuesday in Warren County.
Prosecutor David Fornshell admits the case of a Carlisle woman charged with aggravated murder has challenges.
Sharon Hart was horrified to learn that her son's body had been entrusted to a crematory accused of leaving bodies out, unrefrigerated, until they began to mold.
Judge Donald Oda issued a gag order in the case of Brooke Skylar Richardson, the 18-year-old accused of killing, burning and burying her newborn.
The baby who was burned and found buried in a Carlisle backyard was a girl, investigators determined.
Brooke Skylar Richardson, the Carlisle 18-year-old charged with aggravated murder and other felonies in the death of her newborn, is out on bond after she was arraigned Monday.
Brooke "Skylar" Richardson entered Judge Donald Oda's courtroom Monday in shackles, handcuffs and a prison jumpsuit.
The 18-year-old woman charged with aggravated murder in the death of her infant pleaded not guilty Monday in a Warren County court.
A Warren County grand jury indicted Brooke "Skylar" Richardson, 18, on charges of aggravated murder and other crimes Friday in the death of her baby.
A crematory business is being investigating for having non-refrigerated human remains at its facility, according to state documents.
Warren County’s coroner said investigators have not been able to determine the sex of the baby found buried in the backyard of a Carlisle house.
Prosecutors may bring murder charges against an 18-year-old accused of killing her baby and burying the child in her backyard, a retired Hamilton County judge says.
The case of an 18-year-old charged after her baby’s remains were found buried in her backyard have prompted questions about the state's safe haven law.
Here's what you should know about the woman whose baby’s remains were found buried in her backyard.
Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell said Friday that evidence shows the infant was born alive and was not a stillborn baby as authorities previously thought.
An anthropologist is examining an infant’s remains found last week in the backyard of a Carlisle home, according to Warren County Coroner Dr. Russell Uptegrove.
Remains found in search are believed to be a stillborn baby, officials said Friday evening.
A man was taken by helicopter to a Dayton hospital overnight after he crashed into a moving train, Ohio state troopers said.