IMPD officer in court over domestic dispute - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

IMPD officer in court over domestic dispute

Posted: Updated:
Sgt. Stephen Blinn Sgt. Stephen Blinn

Hendricks County - The IMPD sergeant charged in a domestic dispute last week made his first court appearance Thursday afternoon in Hendricks County.

Police arrested Sgt. Stephen Blinn after he allegedly fired a handgun in his squad car after getting into an argument with his girlfriend.

He is charged with criminal confinement and criminal recklessness.
    
Police say he got into an argument with his girlfriend in his squad car in Pittsboro and even pulled his service revolver and fired a shot before the woman threw the gun out the window.
    
Police say he then parked his cruiser and ran, prompting a six-hour manhunt. They arrested him six hours later in Danville.

Metro Police Chief Paul Ciesielski wants him fired.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Friends, colleagues remember life of slain IMPD officer

    Friends, colleagues remember life of slain IMPD officer

    Saturday, April 19 2014 12:34 PM EDT2014-04-19 16:34:23 GMT
    Picture provided by familyPicture provided by family
    The influence of an IMPD officer killed by her ex-husband in a murder-suicide went far beyond the police department. Neighbors and those who worked with Ofc. Kimberlee Carmack are still trying to understandMore >>
    The influence of an IMPD officer killed by her ex-husband in a murder-suicide went far beyond the police department.More >>
  • Franklin mom visited by phony CPS workers

    Franklin mom visited by phony CPS workers

    Thursday, April 17 2014 8:11 AM EDT2014-04-17 12:11:37 GMT
    A Franklin woman is warning other mothers after she says two people came to her house and threatened to take her children.More >>
    A Franklin woman is warning other mothers after she says two people came to her house and threatened to take her children.More >>
  • Murder-suicide tragedy rare, but followed pattern

    Murder-suicide tragedy rare, but followed pattern

    Friday, April 18 2014 11:49 PM EDT2014-04-19 03:49:46 GMT
    The domestic violence case that ended in the murder-suicide of two IMPD officers reveals a serious danger for police officers that goes far beyond the risks they face each day in the line of duty.More >>
    The domestic violence case that ended in the murder-suicide of two IMPD officers reveals a serious danger for police officers that goes far beyond the risks they face each day in the line of duty.More >>
Powered by WorldNow