Top 5 Stories on INCnow.tv for Sept. 8th- 14th

By Scott Sarvay

Top 5 Stories on INCnow.tv for Sept. 8th- 14th

September 15, 2012 Updated Sep 14, 2012 at 6:16 PM EDT

Welcome to the Top 5 for the week of Sept. 8th- 14th.

Below are brief summaries and links to the five most-viewed stories on INCnow.tv over the past week. Click on the links to view the stories.

1. Ambulance Shot at While Transporting Stabbing Victim

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - An altercation that started inside Piere's nightclub early Sunday morning left one person stabbed, three people shot and an ambulance driver injured.

2. Massive Prescription Drug Bust In Huntington County

HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - A significant blow to the illegal prescription drug ring in Huntington County.

3. Verizon Opens Website to iPhone 5 Pre-orders on Friday

UNDATED (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Verizon announced late Wednesday night that customers looking to own the recently announced iPhone5 can begin their pre-orders beginning Friday, Sept. 14th at 3 a.m. (EST).

4. Mercer County Couple Accused of Having 100+ Dogs

FORT RECOVERY, Ohio (Indiana's NewsCenter) – The Mercer County Sheriff's Department is investigating a couple they say had more than 150 dogs on their property, but the owners told Indiana's NewsCenter a very different story.

5. Formal Charges Filed Against Alleged Ambulance Shooter

Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Formal charges are now filed in that crime spree from last weekend involving a stabbing, shooting injuries and a shot-up ambulance.




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