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Nightly NewsCap: Returning with a few briefs from around the area in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Lewallen sentencing in White County over Escape conviction; burglary sentencing in Crawford County hems up Timothy Ward; Joseph Murphy requests, and gets, a speedy trial demand in Edwards County; early-morning crash in Lawrence County injures Mississippi truck driver yesterday; name not yet released in Lawrence County fatality earlier this afternoon.

SENTENCING ISSUED FOR ANOTHER WHITE COUNTY ESCAPE (FAILURE TO REPORT)

Harley J. Lewallen

After a two-month wait, sentencing has been issued in the case of a White County man who was convicted last November of Escape: Failure to Report to Penal Institution.

Nightly NewsCap: She had to say it; slow news day…then WOW!

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Topics covered include: West Salem’s Greg Leigh busted over the weekend after an apparent altercation with a county deputy; another burglary arrest in Robinson hems up a teen there; the second Corn Days escapee in White County is sentenced; a Norris City sex offender is headed to prison out of White County; and Dr. Naeem Mahmood Kohlo loses out on a 17-day jury trial for illegal dispensation of prescription pills.

2004 SALINE COUNTY SEX OFFENDER SENTENCED IN WHITE COUNTY

Jerry Grathler, from Illinois State Police Sex Offender Registry website

Failure to register as a sex offender proved to be costly—and has resulted in a Department of Corrections stint—for a Norris City man.

SECOND ‘CORN DAY ESCAPEE’ SENTENCED TO DOC IN WHITE

Robert Mead

A Williamson County man is headed to prison for his escape from a local jail that occurred during a fest in the town where it occurred.

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

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It’s on the stands and it’s flying off the shelves…and the e-Edition day passes are mounting up…it’s the January/February special edition (second of the month of January) 2015! And we’re going to give you a little preview of what’s in it by posting THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, which are a view of each article in […]

Nightly NewsCap: What a DAY in the readership area…in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Edwards County crims get sentenced; former Gallatin County state’s attorney Keely Dobbs-Wright is hooked up with the wrong guy AGAIN; Robinson man busted on burglary charges in Crawford County; and a member of the Earp/Trout bunch rears his ugly head in Hamilton County with the arrest of a Broughton man associated.

ARRESTS MADE LAST NIGHT IN BROUGHTON INVOLVE MEMBER OF EARP/TROUT BUNCH

Jonathan Trout

The specter of the Earp/Trout trash that still, apparently, haunts southern Illinois to this day has arisen again, this time yesterday in Broughton in Hamilton County.

Nightly NewsCap: Capping the weekend news in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Wreck north of Olney Friday morning sends two to undisclosed hospitals; a single-car wreck Saturday night has two Carmians allegedly ridin dirty; and the e-Edition is ready, in advance of the release of the January/February issue, which begins hitting the stands tomorrow!

‘Private sitter for elderly’ facing multiple drug charges; methamphetamine, pills

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WHITE CO.— A Carmi woman, who is a convicted drug felon and describes herself as a private sitter for the elderly, has been charged multiple drug offenses, again.

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