Antwuan Morris (22y), Donte Woodard (21y) and a 17yo juvenile are facing preliminary charges of: Robbery, Theft, Intimidation and Pointing a Firearm, Criminal Confinement and Resisting…all felony charges after their role in robbing the Verizon store at gunpoint. Numerous phones totaling over $12,000 were taken from the safe before the three suspects fled from police
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On Tuesday, April 5th at approximately 4:00pm, the Boone County Communications Center was notified of an armed robbery that just occurred at the Verizon store on Whitestown Parkway.
On Tuesday 3/22/2022, at approximately 5:45pm, Boone County Dispatch notified WMPD officers of a robbery at gunpoint that had just occurred in the area of Gordman Drive in Whitestown.
Your Boone County Law Enforcement family would like to provide some tips for this holiday season and how to better prepare to not fall victim to some of the crimes we see often during the holiday season.
On Tuesday November 2nd at 1:30 pm, a WMPD officer observed a silver Lincoln driving at a high rate of speed and driving erratically in the 6100 block of Perry Worth Road. Prior to attempting a traffic stop, the WMPD officer observing the suspect vehicle confirmed that it was stolen out of Marion County.
In August of 2019, WMPD Patrol Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle call in the Walker Farms subdivision. After locating the vehicle, and completing a thorough and lengthy investigation into why the vehicle was in the area, officers uncovered that this situation was much more than a suspicious vehicle.
The Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department is pleased to announce that the “Bike With A Cop” program will be kicking off this summer after being delayed last year due to Covid-19.
Following a tremendous outpour of support and concern from the public on our injured officers, WMPD wanted to provide an update on their condition.
On 2/9/2021 at approximately 1:00 am, three WMPD officers conducted a traffic stop on I-65 near the 131 mm northbound.
On the afternoon of February 15th, 2020, Whitestown Metropolitan Police Officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Verizon Wireless store.