Law and Order Gary
January 28, 2013 11:44PM
Teen arrested by Roosevelt guards
Dominique Bowman, arrested Friday morning, sat in Lake County Jail for 72 hours until she was released by Gary City Court referee Itsia Rivera late Monday morning.
Two Lew Wallace High School security guards arrested Bowman, 18, a student at Roosevelt High School, on one of the upper floors of the school at 415 W. 45th Ave. about 9 a.m. The Gary police said she was with two other girls who were not apprehended.
On Monday, Bowman appeared in court and bailiffs immediately informed Rivera that no charging information had been prepared for the teen.
Rivera then ordered her immediate release.
Man wouldn’t stop kicking home door
Police arrested a Glen Park man they found standing outside his house Saturday night, yelling profanities and kicking the front door of the home he shares with his girlfriend.
Maurice Boswell, 27, of 3472 Connecticut St., pleaded not guilty to resisting law enforcement, disorderly conduct and public intoxication at Gary City court Monday morning.
Patrolman Julian Bliss told Boswell to calm down and stop yelling, and when he didn’t comply, Bliss arrested him, court records state. Police had encountered Boswell previously on Broadway, the report states. Police used a stun gun to control Boswell before taking him into custody.
His trial is set for June 6.
Teen shot in forearm in Glen Park
A Midtown man told police he was shot in the forearm Sunday afternoon while standing outside a home in Glen Park.
Lemario Delgado-Gonzalez, 18, said he was smoking a cigarette when three black men walked up to him and one of them fired two shots in his direction.
Friends took the victim to the Methodist Hospitals Southlake campus for treatment.
Detective Cpl. James Nielsen is investigating the shooting. Anyone with information can call him at 881-4654.