An Auburn man was sentenced Monday to 1 1/2 years in prison involving a case of resisting arrest and battery to a public safety official.
Daniel McCoy, age 23, plead guilty to charges in three separate cases as part of a plea agreement filed in DeKalb Super Court II.
McCoy was sentenced to 1 1/2 years of incarceration for resisting law enforcement, a Level 6 felony, and one year of incarceration for carrying a handgun without a license, which is considered a Class A misdemeanor.
(11-13-2019) Background Checks And Education Among Hoosier Top Priorities
(11-13-2019) Several Drug Arrests Made In LaGrange on Tuesday
(11-13-2019) Three Indiana Supreme Court Justices Suspended
(11-13-2019) MSD of Steuben County Board To Meet Thursday
(11-12-2019) Olin Lake Deer Hunt Coming Up
(11-12-2019) Stop-The-Bleed Class Rescheduled For January
(11-12-2019) Alberson To Direct Marketing for Trine's Online Programs
(11-12-2019) Travel Advisory Issued For Allen County
(11-12-2019) Van Wert County Auditor Indicted Along With Two Deputies
(11-12-2019) Monday Afternoon Crash In DeKalb County
(11-11-2019) Snow To Play Havoc With Afternoon Travel Across Tri-State
(11-11-2019) Indiana Economic Growth Slightly Behind National Rate
(11-10-2019) Winter Weather Advisory