FRANKFORT — A person was found dead inside a parked vehicle Sunday afternoon in Frankfort, police say.
Their body was discovered by a caller who made a report, according to the Frankfort Police Department.
Initially, the call came in as a vehicle parked overnight in the 1900 block of East Wabash Street. The caller later realized there was a person dead inside.
The Clinton County Coroner's Office is conducting an investigation in conjunction with Frankfort police.
The cause and manner of the person's death, as well as their identity, have not been released.
Fortville construction puts staple diner at risk of closureConstruction is months behind schedule on a major road which travels straight through Fortville. It's impacting neighbors, businesses, and the fire department.
IndyHumane sends fundraising letter with dog they euthanizedIndyHumane hoped to raise money this month by featuring Pumpkin Head the three-legged mastiff in a letter to supporters, but Pumpkin Head was euthanized before the letter made it to anyone's mailbox.
Hispanic Heritage Month Highlight: Dynamo EdgeA company in Carmel is working to keep drivers safe and predict performance in real time. Barbara Bessolo is from Argentina and the CEO of Dynamo Edge, a company working in real time AI.
Pilot program helps Riverside neighborhood residents with property tax increasesThe Riverside Neighborhood has been chosen for the anti-displacement pilot program. It was introduced in the city's 2024 budget and passed through the city-county council earlier this month.