Caleb Loving

Hearing set for psychologist's license

May 1, 2018
A.J. Casey / WNIN

There’s an update in a case WNIN News has been following for the past year and a half. 

More than forty-four years after it was issued, Bloomington psychologist Albert Fink’s license to practice psychology in Indiana could be revoked at a hearing later this month.

Following his felony conviction last year for falsifying a mental evaluation in a Vanderburgh County criminal case, the Indiana Attorney General has now filed an administrative complaint with the Indiana Psychology Board. The complaint asks for punishment that could cost Fink his license.

Fink in court Thursday

Nov 3, 2016
Steve Burger

The psychologist accused of falsifying the mental evaluation of a Vanderburgh County court defendant was back in court Thursday morning.

Albert H. Fink is charged with obstruction of justice and theft in the case.  Both charges are felonies. The investigation into the evaluation prompted a mistrial and caused Vanderburgh County prosecutor Nick Hermann to review over 70 cases in which Fink had some involvement.

Fink in jail on theft charges

Aug 9, 2016
Vanderburgh County Jail

A new development in a case that involves arson, explosives, an alleged faked mental evaluation  and a possible suicide attempt to avoid testifying.

Tuesday afternoon, 83-year-old Albert Fink was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail on charges of theft and obstruction of justice.  He is being held on $5,000 cash bond.  A warrant was issued last week for Fink’s  arrest, but he spent several days recuperating in a hospital recovering from injuries he sustained in a car accident.

Prosecutors scrambling after Loving mistrial revelation

Aug 5, 2016
John Gibson

Update, 5pm Friday: When contacted about the developments in the Caleb Loving case, Indiana Attorney General spokesman Bryan Corbin said that they are aware of the case, but had no other comment.

Following a mistrial order in an arson and explosives case Thursday, prosecutors made another revelation with statewide implications on Friday.

An arrest warrant has been issued for psychologist Albert Fink of Bloomington, who admitted to police he falsified a mental evaluation for Caleb Loving in advance of the arson trial.

Man accused of arson, possessing explosives

Jul 23, 2015

An Evansville man is accused of setting an early morning fire at Sugar Mill Creek Apartments and then taking a pipe bomb and a Molotov cocktail to a nearby McDonald’s. 

Evansville Police rendered the two explosive devices safe - one by a controlled explosion outside the restaurant. 

Sgt. Jason Cullum says breakfast diners inside the McDonald’s noticed 25-year-old Caleb Loving, who was wearing a bullet-proof vest and carrying a bag containing the explosives.