Topics covered include: “Kidnapping” in Eldorado turns out to be not quite that, may result in charges for both involved; bank robbery in Lawrenceville leaves locals puzzled as to not only how it could have happened, but where the guy WENT; a cement truck v. house in rural Newton leaves no one injured; and a permanent injunction and nullification of past decisions is being sought in the morning against Cottage Township.
Reports are coming in that a bank has just been robbed in Lawrenceville, Ill.
Topics covered include: Fundraiser being held for family of missing Fairfield girl; a West Frankfort tax preparer has been charged with stealing more than $10,000 from her clients; two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon on Illinois 150 in Perry County; and an altercation Thursday at Shawnee Correctional Center has produced conflicting accounts.
After one of the most arduous production weeks in terms of gathering material and dealing with other factors, we’re proud to present the July-August 2014 edition of Disclosure!
Jul 23 2014 | Posted in Breaking
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Topics covered include: Ivan Dill of Mt. Carmel finds out that walls don’t give when you bang your head on them repeatedly…but heads do; a township official in Crawford County has been hemmed up on a DUI and meth charges; Illinois State Police work a crash in Saline County; and the e-Edition is up and deliveries are underway for the July-August 2014 edition!! Don’t forget the bloopers…listen past the outro.
A repeat Wabash County crim is behind bars again after an incident that occurred yesterday, July 21.
Jul 22 2014 | Posted in Breaking
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Topics covered include: Another prison guard attack in Vienna; Disclosure leads the way in helping report the West Frankfort Marching Moron who allegedly stole a dress then posed for selfies wearing it and put it on her Facebook page; the Southern Illinoisan pisses off a lot of people giving too much credit to Carbondale police; and report of the crash in Clay County today with debris all over U.S. 50.
LAWRENCE CO.—An Aggravated Battery case filed against a Lawrenceville businessman in 2010 has ended in a nolle prosequi filing in Lawrence County circuit court.
OLNEY—A situation of either a hit-and-run driver, or a fight, that reportedly started at a location between Olney and Noble and ended at the Olney McDonald’s restaurant has left friends and family of a 17-year-old Olney boy perplexed over local law enforcement’s response to the matter.
JEFFERSON/SALINE COs.—A July 8 incident in Jefferson County involving a Harrisburg man has created a situation wherein the man is stating his rights were violated, and the police are stating that the whole thing has been overblown.