EDITOR’S NOTE: The details of this article include information that some readers may find distressing.
New details about a Vietnamese American man in Indiana whose body was found dismembered were released on Tuesday.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to include a GoFundMe to help support Shane Nguyen’s family. Details about Nguyen’s death, which was first reported by WANE, have also been corrected to clarify that he died of blunt force injury to the head prior to his dismembered body being found in the crashed vehicle.
All three suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of a Vietnamese American man, who was initially reported as missing over the weekend in Indiana.
Eight people were killed in the shooting at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis, four of whom belonged to the Sikh community.
It is with heavy hearts that we remember those that were killed in the Indianapolis shooting including four members of our #Sikh community, Amarjeet Kaur Johal, Jaswinder Singh, Jasvinder Kaur and Amarjit Sekhon. #stopasianhate #waheguru @tdsb pic.twitter.com/2EOr5dnXCS
More details are being released about a mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis where eight people lost their lives on Friday, including members of the Sikh community.
The details: Eight people were fatally shot, four inside and four outside the warehouse, while five others were injured and rushed to the hospital, according to the Associated Press.
A doctor from Martinsville, Indiana revealed another coronavirus-related racist encounter he had after a recent visit to a local gas station.
The victim, who was identified only by his first name David, shared with News 8 (WISH-TV) how he was stopped at a Marathon Gas station on Burton Lane and asked to leave for being Asian.
Chris Chyung of Dyer, St. Township was elected to represent District 15 in the Indiana State House of Representatives.
The 25-year-old Democrat beat Rep. Hal Slager, a Republican from Schererville, by 82 votes in last month’s election.
A woman from Decatur, Indiana, was recently charged with felony neglect for confining two teenage Asian girls inside their home in the 1000 block of Twin Lakes Drive for 15 years.
Mary Heller was arrested by the authorities for neglecting the two teenagers and confining them for years inside the house. She failed to educate them, and sometimes forgot to feed them, according to WANE-TV.