HAMMOND, Ind. — A forensic expert in northwest Indiana says it’s possible to find the source of a falling bullet that fatally struck a 13-year-old boy. Hammond police told the Post-Tribune that they believe Noah Inman was playing basketball on July 1 when he was struck by a bullet that was likely fired into the...
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