Topics covered include: Court proceedings from the district courts in southern Illinois this past week; a man suspected of having a diabetic episode wrecks in Marion; Rob Rush turns himself in Saturday; pot chasers overhead in Saline and Gallatin counties, and a special message to Ev.
Alvin L. Ewing, II, 50, of Fairfield, has been charged in United States District Court in Benton with being a felon in possession of a firearm
A federal grand jury in Benton has charged Stephen B. Mislich, 23, formerly of Altamont, Illinois, with 4 counts of computer-related harassment and extortion offenses
Topics covered include: Jailbreak occurs early Saturday morning in Carmi, two men located in Saline County later Saturday, two other Carmi residents hemmed up on Obstruction charges in relation to it; a shooting took place in West Frankfort on Friday, which we covered Saturday; and Tyler Smithpeters’ suspension from playing basketball for the SIU-C Salukis is at issue currently.
A Marion man is in custody today after a shooting yesterday in West Frankfort.
Topics covered include: Press conference held today in Williamson County regarding the death of Lisa Uzzle of Marion on September 6; Morton Grove will be holding a public forum for input on the death of Pravin Varughese; and multiple drug cases make their way through the federal court system in Benton including April Rollinson of Murphysboro, Brant Sizemore and Stephanie Ellis of DuQuoin, and Seth Conway of Percy.
A Randolph County man pled guilty to an indictment charging conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
Two Perry County residents were indicted on October 7, 2014, in an indictment, charging conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine
April D. Rollinson, of Murphysboro, was sentenced for her involvement in a methamphetamine conspiracy.
Oct 9 2014 | Posted in Franklin
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Rebecca A. Moore, 37, of Yale, (Jasper County) Illinois, was sentenced to 168 months (14 years) in federal prison, to be followed by five years of supervised release following her imprisonment, and fined $400.
Oct 3 2014 | Posted in Franklin
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