Topics covered include: Eldorado “kidnapping” suspects have a quick day in court in Missouri, where they were caught last week; details of Lawrenceville man caught up on sex charges in Daviess County, Indiana; and last night’s Olney city council meeting was peopled with folks who haven’t enlightened themselves despite all the quality information out there on medical marijuana.
A Lawrenceville, Ill. man has been arrested in Daviess County for allegedly exposing his genitals to a 13-year-old girl.
Topics covered include: Lawrenceville man arrested on child sex charges in Indiana last week; a St. F man was arrested last week after allegations he beat up a Vincennes resident; Harrisburg mayor Ron Crank has taken a medical leave of absence; Harrisburg Ponderosa restaurant robbed Sunday; feds make official the new indictments against former Fairfield teacher and coach Tim Going; and bloopers and outtakes…listen through to the end!!
A 22-year-old man was arrested by the Knox County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly causing serious bodily harm to a Vincennes man.
Disclosure sources have just reported that a Lawrenceville man has been jailed on sex charges in Indiana.
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.
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!
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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.
LAWRENCEVILLE—What could have been a tense and potentially dangerous situation on Tuesday, July 8, was brought under control quickly—and single-handedly—by Lawrenceville’s police chief after a report of an erratic driver came in at about 3:30 that day.