Monthly Archives: August 2019

OUR OPINION: Zoey’s Place finds a worthy home

2019-11-15T18:01:22+00:00August 30th, 2019|Child abuse, Child abuse prevention, Daily Reporter, Zoey's Place|

You couldn’t blame Bridget Foy for being a little giddy when she first stepped across the threshold at the new Zoey’s Place, the house in Greenfield that soon will be home to the Hancock County Child Advocacy Center. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that such a moment seemed unlikely. Despite widespread endorsement of

A HOME AT LAST: Zoey’s Place to move into new offices

2019-11-15T18:03:19+00:00August 21st, 2019|Child abuse, Child abuse prevention, Daily Reporter, Zoey's Place|

HANCOCK COUNTY — When they opened the front door and walked into the empty house, Bridget Foy asked for someone to pinch her, because she still couldn’t believe they’d found a place. Brent Eaton, on the other hand, remained stoic but allowed that he was still a bit overwhelmed by their good fortune. “This is

Hancock County man facing multiple child pornography charges

2019-08-16T19:14:55+00:00August 15th, 2019|Child pornography, Daily Reporter|

GREENFIELD — A Hancock County man has been arrested and charged with 12 counts of child pornography after information from a national tip line led police to a computer in his home. Scott A. Franklin, 48, Greenfield, was booked into the Hancock County Jail Tuesday after the Fishers Police Department, working with the Hamilton County

Drug court approaches 15 years of community work, celebrates new graduate

2019-08-16T19:16:30+00:00August 13th, 2019|Daily Reporter, Drug Abuse, Prosecutor's office|

HANCOCK COUNTY — She was all smiles, and so was everyone standing with her during a graduation celebration at the Hancock County Courthouse. Lisa Kane has taken concrete steps forward by grabbing control of her life, with the help from county officials whose goal is to rehabilitate addicts. Kane, 42, Greenfield, was the 101st person

Hancock County mom pushes for stricter laws after son ingested cocaine during visit with dad

2019-08-12T21:16:11+00:00August 12th, 2019|CBS 4, Child abuse, Drug Abuse|

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. — A mom in Hancock County is pushing for stricter laws after she says her baby ingested cocaine. Jennifer Trattner supports Senate Bill 323 which is making its way through the state legislature. She’s motivated by what she calls a painful few years. Her 2-year-old son Asher is active. He constantly plays with cars

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