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Barbara Elder

It’d be a sad state if it’s a matter of court cases literally killing people.



A report of shots fired at a housing complex in Eldorado last night brought law enforcement from around the area in response, and ended with one young man housed at Saline County Detention Center.

Domestic between candidate and wife

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SALINE CO.— In the wake of the not-so-sudden departure of the wife of 118th District candidate for State Representative from their marital home, authorities have confirmed that embattled political hopeful Jason Kasiar and his wife Kristi were both at the local police department following an argument over the wife’s phone.

Developer pumps contaminated water into storm sewer, EPA refuses to take action

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MARION – On Saturday, July 2, 2016, while most people were stocking up on charcoal and beverages and deciding whether their budget allowed for real meat or just hot dogs for the grill in anticipation of the Fourth of July holiday, Doug Bradley of Marion Heights LLC was busy draining an apparently toxic strip pit into the waters of the state.

Harrisburg police, police commissioner clash; mayor pro tem allows fussing to continue

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HARRISBURG – Accusations of “misrepresentation” and hurt feelings highlighted a verbal tussle during Harrisburg’s July 21 city council meeting after Police Chief Whipper Johnson had himself placed on the agenda to address what he believed to be a recent attempt at getting rid of him.

Women of Anna Bixby being eyed by the feds


SALINE CO. – Federal agents have been quietly issuing subpoenas in the Harrisburg area as well as other parts of southern Illinois regarding the cases of two women accused on the state level of defrauding/bilking a nonprofit women’s center for years.

S’town fire department attempts to collect on bill after 2015 wreck

GALLATIN CO. – A Shawneetown public entity has had to resort to a civil case filing in Gallatin County Circuit Court after a Junction woman has allegedly refused to pay a due bill.

Husband, ‘awake for 8 days,’ taken out of meth home after meth-using wife beaten

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SALINE CO.— Harrisburg authorities took a South Webster Street man into custody after his children ran to a neighbor’s house to get help for their mother whom they said was being choked.

Drug dealer bites off part of adversary’s ear: police say

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SALINE CO.— A convicted Eldorado drug dealer has been charged with taking a bite out of a family member or household member.

The bizarre tale began at 2:13 a.m. on July 5 when Eldorado officer Gabe Schimp was dispatched to 131 Giles St., Eldorado on a report of a unknown disturbance.

Upon arrival Schimp observed 47-year-old Robert L. Doggett walking in front of the residence.

Hardin prosecutor pushing her caseload limit

HARDIN CO.— Hardin County state’s attorney Tara Wallace has been busting some seriously big butt these past several weeks topping out at two whole criminal cases filed.

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