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Nightly NewsCap: A rambunctious weekend and Monday, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Two arrests this past week on child sex crime charges, one being Mychal Bush-King, the other, Daniel Heller, both in Flora; homicide investigation underway in the city of Robinson; hostage situation in Hardin County involves multiple agencies, leads to arrest of CH Smock; and if you’re snowed in, you can always hit the e-Edition as opposed to getting this month’s print version off the stands!

SECOND CHILD SEX ABUSE CRIME IN CITY UNRELATED TO BUSH-KING: CHIEF

Daniel Heller, Clay County Sheriff's Office mugshot

On the heels of the arrest of Mychal A. Bush-King on charges of child porn and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, another set of child sex crimes has been charged, but Flora authorities are stating one has nothing to do with the other.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, FEBRUARY/MARCH 2015!!

Caleb Gallion. How did he get that black eye? You'll be interested to find out!

Here we are with another back-to-back, every-three-week issue, packed with colossal information that YOU are going to want to read…and what better way to find out what’s in the print edition than THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES!

YEARS-LONG MENACE IN CLAY COUNTY IS JAILED ON CHILD PORN, SEX ABUSE CHARGES

Mychal Bush-King, Clay County Sheriff's Office mugshot

One of Clay County’s most troubled young people has now become an accused child pornographer and child molester.

Nightly NewsCap: ANOTHER heavy news day, all brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Families of Pravin Varughese and Molly Young hold press conference, travel to the spot outside Carbondale where Pravin died a year ago; 14-year-old female runaway out of Williamson County is being sought; two men, one from Perry County, one from Williamson, are hemmed up on child porn charges by the feds; the man who was caught because he wanted to steal a popsicle in rural Robinson has been sentenced in federal prison; a Jefferson County man gets a stiff sentence from the feds on meth counts; and Kentucky State Police are looking to the public to help them identify remains of a woman who was last seen in 2001.

CLAY COUNTY MAN SENTENCED TO 18 YEARS ON METH CHARGES

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A Clay County man was sentenced today to federal prison on methamphetamine charges

Nightly NewsCap: Well, THIS turned out to be a busy day!

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Topics covered include: Effingham County dispatches of of their drug-induced homicide perps; Ridgway man is sentenced by the feds for growing pot in Gallatin County; two Clay County men are indicted by the feds on meth-related charges; two Richland County people are busted by the feds on meth-related charges; two White County men are sent to federal prison, one for meth, one for child porn; and this month’s issue is on stands, don’t forget to check out the e-Edition as we have e-Edition X-tras this issue!

CLAY COUNTY MAN INDICTED ON METH-RELATED CHARGES

Henry J. Deitz

Henry J. Dietz, 54, of Edgewood, was indicted on February 3, 2015, on methamphetamine related charges in a two count Indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury sitting in Benton

CLAY COUNTY MAN INDICTED ON METH-RELATED CHARGES

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Richard H. Barber, 49, of Louisville, Ill., was indicted on February 3, 2015, on methamphetamine related charges in a two count Indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury sitting in Benton.

Severe injuries in accident

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FLORA—An incident in Flora resulting from a couple of females “goofing around” when at least one of them was old enough to know better has left a woman seriously injured.

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