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!
Jul 23 2014 | Posted in Breaking
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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.
LAWRENCE CO.— The daughter of former Edwards County State’s Attorney Brian Shinkle has been named in a civil lawsuit.
LAWRENCE CO.— Even with the dearth of criminal activity coming out of Lawrence County this month, drugs continue to be an overwhelming problem.
Authorities at this hour are dealing with a power outage in sections of Vincennes, Indiana, that might have resulted from a car accident, following which a truck is being sought for hit-and-run.
Topics covered include: The manhunt that ensued in and around Newton/rural Jasper County yesterday and on into last night; an Albion man is headed to prison after a probation revocation in Edwards County; and the details of the news we received this morning that Lawrence County businessman James Brunson’s fraudulent felony charge, filed against him in 2010, has been dismissed.
A case that’s been characterized by many people—including officers of the court—as “that should NEVER have been filed in the first place” has been dismissed by Lawrence County Judge Robert Hopkins this morning.
Jul 18 2014 | Posted in Breaking
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