David Turkington impresses as the new deputy Turkington, a 2012 Indiana Wesleyan University business graduate, earned multiple awards while attending the academy, including the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s Colonel Joshua L. Chambers Leadership and the academy’s Herman H. Freed awards.
The American Heart Association started the Red Hat campaign four years ago to raise awareness for heart disease, the leading killer of adults in the U.S., and congenital heart defects in newborns. On Wednesday, 4,300 red hats were delivered to over 50 hospitals in Indiana including Marion General Hospital. Every baby born at MGH and other participating facilities in Indiana will receive a red hat to help spread awareness. The hats are all unique and handmade by around 230 volunteers, according to a press release from the American Heart Association.
Tina Stanley, also known as Tina Francesca, 40, was charged May 5, 2017 with eight level six felony charges. A level six felony charge carries a maximum sentence of 2 1/2 years. In December 2016, Stanley began lying about a recent diagnosis of breast cancer to friends on social media. The defendant, according to police, sold “Team Tina” T-shirts and “Tina Strong” wrist bracelets to finance expected cancer treatments. No charity or cancer treatment service has received money from Stanley, had direct contact with her, or could verify her supposed cancer diagnosis.