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DALLAS (AP) - The attorney for former USA Gymnastics President Steve Penny says her client had no clue of a Texas grand jury indictment when he traveled to Tennessee on a family vacation. The Walker County district attorney's office says Penny was arrested Wednesday by a fugitive task force after being indicted for allegedly tampering with evidence tied to the sexual assault investigation of imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana National Guard says a state, non-military computer server containing personal information on civilian and military Guard personnel was the target of a recent ransomware attack. The Guard said Thursday it is notifying the affected personnel that they should be alert for suspicious activity or fraudulent accounts being opened in their name. The Guard says it's taking steps to prevent future such attacks.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indianapolis police say an officer shot a suspect during a struggle over a weapon, critically injuring the man. Deputy Chief Chris Bailey says the shooting occurred Thursday afternoon after officers pulled over the suspect's car on the city's far east side. Bailey tells The Indianapolis Star that when the suspect stepped from his car, officers saw he had a weapon and the struggle ensued.
CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Authorities in southern Indiana say a man isn't expected to face charges for fatally shooting another man who attacked a woman and her daughter in a domestic dispute. Clark County Coroner Billy Scott identified the dead man as 31-year-old Brandon Haycraft. Clarksville Police Chief Mark Palmer says Haycraft attacked the females Tuesday until an armed neighbor intervened. Haycraft was shot after he went after the neighbor.
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