Table of Contents
- 1 Man dead after vehicle left I-465 for ‘unknown reasons,’ crashed into retention pond
- 2 Sent!
- 3 Posted!
- 3.0.1 More Stories
- 3.0.2 Chase and Sadie: He defied 5-months-to-live prognosis
- 3.0.3 Trail of DCS complaints preceded Nakota Kelly’s death
- 3.0.4 761 new coronavirus cases, 20 deaths reported
- 3.0.5 78-year-old businessman among 3 fatal shootings
- 3.0.6 3 separate interstate shootings were ‘probable’ road rage
- 3.0.7 Estudiantes de escuela intermedia del condado de Marion pueden regresar a tiempo completo
Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana allows Indianapolis residents to share anonymous tips with law enforcement. Here are a few things Crime Stoppers wants you to know before you call.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead in his car in a retention pond on the northeast side of Indianapolis Wednesday, Indiana State Police said.
Divers from the Indianapolis Fire Department found Ronald Wade, 44, of Indianapolis, submerged in a blue Dodge Charger in a pond near 3960 Pendleton Way just before noon Wednesday.
State police detectives say the vehicle was southbound on I-465 just south of Pendleton Pike when it left the roadway “for unknown reasons.”
“The vehicle went through a ditch, through a chain link fence before crossing Pendleton Way and into a retention pond,” police said in a news release.
Wade had been reported as a missing person to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Sept. 28.
The incident comes just days after a man died trying to pull his car from a retention pond in the same area over the weekend.
Contact Lawrence Andrea at 317-775-4313 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @lawrencegandrea.
Read or Share this story: https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2020/09/30/man-found-dead-indianapolis-after-car-crashes-into-retention-pond/5871962002/