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LAWRENCE, CRAWFORD: ISP D. 12 announces OREP activity

Illinois State Police District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, announces the results of Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols (OREP) held in Lawrence and Crawford Counties during February.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, FEBRUARY 2017!

Hey readers, we’re almost at the end of volume 14 (meaning our 14th year of publication) and about to go into volume 15…one more issue to go, then we’re into our 15th year.

CRAWFORD: Frequent flyer jailed after yet another Battery allegation

A notorious Crawford County crim was back in jail last week after yet another alleged Battery.

ISP Districts 12 & 19 announce activity for January 2017

The Illinois Sate Police in Districts 12 and 19 – Effingham and Carmi – have announced enforcement activity for the month of January 2017.

Credit card use disallowed by supreme court; under investigation

HUTSONVILLE – The lack of the public’s comprehension over illegal/improper use of public funds/property became the story as of February 1, eclipsing the initial story about any actual misuse.

Oblong residents seriously injured in Jasper County crash; DUI cited

A serious single-vehicle accident sent two of four people involved to hospitals out of the area Wednesday for treatment of what Illinois State Police is saying were serious injuries, and the driver has been cited with DUI.

ISP rolls out enforcement plans for 51st Super Bowl weekend

For those of you who enjoy Super Bowl festivities, be aware: ISP has plans for the weekend, and they might include YOU.

Monte Newlin, ROE#12, caught using ROE credit cards for personal purchases

Mr. Monte Newlin, Superintendent of the Regional Office of Education #12, is fresh off of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy only a few short years ago, and since then has been caught using the ROE credit card for personal purchases.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2017

The January-February 2017 issue…so think of it as your first paper under our new president.

Execution of warrant leads to request for second; dope items lead to arrest of two

PALESTINE – January 2017’s Friday the 13th was all it was hyped up to be for a couple of Palestine residents mid-month this month who were initially under investigation for stolen items out of Olney.

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