5 things you should know this Wednesday morning
WARMER WEATHER WEDNESDAY:
The day is going to start off chilly, but temperatures are expected to top out around 60 degrees today. The pleasant weather will only get better as we head into tomorrow, which could be the warmest day of the year so far. The rest of the week will be lovely, before a cold front brings showers on Sunday and cooler temperatures Monday.
TRAPUZZANO MURDER ARRESTED:
Police have arrested a suspect in the shooting death of Nathan Trapuzzano. Simeon Adams, 16, is charged with murder, attempted robbery and possession of a handgun without a license. Police have identified the second suspect shown on surveillance video, but have not released his name. Adams was himself shot in the neck just 17 hours after Trapuzzano was murdered.
WOODEN CHEST MURDER ARREST:
James Wade has been arrested in connection to the murder of Jazmine Trammell on March 23. Trammell's body was found in a wooden chest near a dumpster at the Maison Garden's apartment complex. An autopsy revealed that she had been stabbed multiple times. The killer left a note for security telling them where they'd find the body.
NEW DETAILS ON HOW TODDLER DROWNED:
New details have emerged about the drowning death of 3-year-old Braedyn Wilson. His father was asleep when the child unlocked the front door and walked outside. When the mother came home, they realized the boy was missing and called 911. When the parents found him, he was already in the pond. They attempted to resuscitate him until first responders arrived and took over. He was taken to the hospital, but he died. The incident is renewing calls for fences around retention ponds.
INDIANA NATIVE WRESTLING STAR "THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR" DIES:
James Hellwig grew up in Indiana and even attended Indiana State University before becoming one of the most famous professional wrestlers in the country. Just this past Sunday, Hellwig was inducted into the WWE's Hall of Fame. He collapsed outside of his hotel in Arizona yesterday. There is no word on the cause.