Formal charges of murder, child molesting filed against suspect in April Tinsley case
A Grabill man arrested on Sunday morning has been formally charged with two felony counts -- including murder -- regarding the death of April Tinsley. Court documents show that John D. Miller is charged with killing the then-8-year-old girl, and faces an additional count of child molesting. Investigators said he sexually abused April before and after her death.
National Hot Dog Day: Julian and Pauleen celebrate at Fort Wayne's Famous Coney Island
Wednesday, July 18 is National Hot Dog Day! In honor of the holiday, morning anchors Julian Teekaram and Pauleen Le are learning how to make the perfect hot dog at Fort Wayne's Famous Coney Island. The business was recently featured in a People Magazine article about the best coney dogs in every state. In the article, People Magazine featured the restaurant and its Original Coney Island Hot Dog.
Opioid Alternative: A closer look at stem cell therapy
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- If you've ever dealt with pain - serious, long lasting pain - you likely already know some of the traditional ways it's treated. Often, it includes powerful opioid and as we've shown you here on Fort Wayne's NBC, for many - those drugs can get you "hooked." Now Fort Wayne's NBC takes a close look at a fairly new alternative for treating pain. It's called stem cell therapy and unlike the alternatives - the pain medications that can be highly a...
Grabill community reflects 48-hours after arrest in April Tinsley case
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - Fort Wayne's NBC news, checked back in with residents of Grabill in the neighborhood where the suspect lived. Those residents struggling to keep their emotions in check, some 48-hours later. Imagine how those days have been for people who live right down the street from the man police call a killer. It's something all of us would have difficulty dealing with, so Fort Wayne's NBC news went back to the neighborhood we visited Sunday aft...
April Tinsley's mom says suspected killer "needs to die the same way she did"
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) -- In 1988, detectives gave Janet Tinsley the life-altering news that someone kidnapped and murdered her daughter, April Tinsley. As we continue to learn more in the murder investigation, Janet Tinsley is speaking out on camera for the first time since the recent arrest of John D. Miller in connection with the case. In this exclusive interview, you'll hear about that fateful day April went missing, what Janet fears most a...
Law enforcement celebrates 'score' with arrest in Tinsley murder
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) --- A day to say "thank you" to the law enforcement agencies that helped get an arrest in the April Tinsley murder case. Things became emotional during a news conference Tuesday at Fort Wayne police headquarters downtown, including for investigators who retired, never knowing if the case would be solved.