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ILLINOIS STATE POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH OF CLAY COUNTY WOMAN

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The following information is being released by Illinois State Police District 12

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, MARCH 2015!!

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Welcome to the beginning of our THIRTEENTH YEAR of publication!!

Missouri charges Larson with kidnaping, multiple sex crimes

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EFFINGHAM CO.—The man who made headlines at the end of January after allegedly abducting a rural Effingham County girl has now been charged in the state of Missouri, where he and the girl were ultimately found a day after her disappearance.

ALTAMONT MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FEDERAL DRUG CHARGES

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Travis Cole Maxfield, 28, of Altamont, Illinois, pled guilty today to all charges against him in an indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury in November 2014.

Nightly NewsCap RETURNS! Catching you up on the week in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Shooting in Centralia Monday night takes the life of a 30-year-old man; Steven Larson is charged with serious crimes in New Madrid County, Missouri; a Paris, Illinois man dies from exposure early this week after his truck overturns; Dillion Bailey sentenced to 14 years in Federal Bureau of Prisons on his meth arrest last June; a registered sex offender from Lawrence County who managed to get across the Mexican border is sentenced by the feds; the suicide of Zoie Weatherly; and we’ve restocked this issue and are getting ready to launch into our 14th year…and Jan Payton Burno Mills (whatever) is still ugly!

MAN ACCUSED OF ABDUCTING TEEN CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL SEXUAL ABUSE IN MISSOURI

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Effingham County authorities have issued information submitted to them from New Madrid County, Missouri, regarding Steven Larson, the man charged in Illinois with an abduction in late January.

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

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Here we are with another back-to-back, every-three-week issue, packed with colossal information that YOU are going to want to read…and what better way to find out what’s in the print edition than THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES!

Nightly NewsCap: Well, THIS turned out to be a busy day!

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Topics covered include: Effingham County dispatches of of their drug-induced homicide perps; Ridgway man is sentenced by the feds for growing pot in Gallatin County; two Clay County men are indicted by the feds on meth-related charges; two Richland County people are busted by the feds on meth-related charges; two White County men are sent to federal prison, one for meth, one for child porn; and this month’s issue is on stands, don’t forget to check out the e-Edition as we have e-Edition X-tras this issue!

RICHARD MARSCHKE PLEADS GUILTY, SENTENCED TO 18 YEARS IN PRISON FOR JANUARY 2014 DRUG INDUCED HOMICIDE DEATH OF ALTAMONT MAN

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Richard B. Marschke, 32, of Vandalia, pled guilty this morning to the charge of DRUG INDUCED HOMICIDE in connection with the January 2014 death of Jordan J. Kull, 31, of Altamont

Nightly NewsCap: RETURNING with a hawt ‘cap for you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Wreck in Marion County last week due to medical incident; man sentenced in Edwards County Friday on multiple charges; Drew Peterson is back in the headlines; fire in Ledford in Saline County has created a firestorm of griping; Steven Larson is charged with a fifth felony in connection with the kidnapping allegation dating back to the end of January; and Jeff Nolan found hanging in his jail cell earlier today.

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