Topics covered include: Darrell Delong sentenced this morning in Hamilton County DUI case that lead to the deaths of family members; Southern Illinois University-Carbondale roof fire caused a stir this afternoon; rash of vehicle break-ins plaguing Lawrence County, along with a car theft; and a big meth bust in Eldorado nets Joseph S. Robertson.
Lonnie Mann eludes authorities searching for him for several hours in Gallatin County before being captured this evening; missing women in southwestern Indiana prompt tension and concern in that area; Illinois State Police award four women from Salem who were the ones to find the body of Willow Long last September; and Tyler McQueen’s evidence for appellate court is battered and abused by the U.S. Postal system; and new vendors and advertisers coming, along with restocking of the August-September issue already underway!
Former Fairfield mayor/alderman killed in Gibson County, Indiana, wreck; the nearly tragic car crash that landed a man into floodwaters in Hamilton County; a second arrest of former Hardin County chief deputy Bobby Deppen; and this morning’s announcement of the firing of Carbondale’s chief of police.
Topics covered include: Car crash early this morning in Hamilton County hospitalizes one and gets another in trouble for running; brazen bank robber in Marshall doesn’t even cover his face, as seen here; and a man from Germany takes a fall at Garden of the Gods.
Topics covered include: One in jail, one in the hospital after a baseball bat incident in the city of McLeansboro; an Amber alert for missing children was posted this afternoon; and a popular Olney teen’s suicide stuns the city.
Topics covered include: Marion police officer Angelo Hightower expresses what’s coming from him for the city; girl missing from Mt. Carmel since Saturday night is found; robbery at the Econolodge in Effingham; and Kitch Kitchen is sentenced in Edwards County.
Topics covered include: Indiana man falls at Garden of the Gods; multiple sentencings take place in the month of July through early August in Saline County; Nicholas Troy Sheley is sentenced upstate in multiple murders; young teen girl is missing from her home in Mt. Carmel; and Peabody’s guard dogs dog Disclosure when they went to get photos for the current issue, which is on stands tomorrow and Wednesday!!
Topics covered include: The death of Harrisburg Mayor Ron Crank this morning saddens the city; the family of Pravin Varughese files a civil wrongful death lawsuit in Jackson County Circuit Court earlier today; little girl found after hour-long search in Altamont area of Effingham County; Hardin County gunshot victim is without ambulance tonight, being treated at the scene; and Ang is in court in the morning doing battle in favor of the Open Meetings Act.
Topics covered include: Saline County (Eldorado) crims busted on allegations of a rolling meth lab—and a kid in the vehicle—in Williamson County; head-on collision this morning takes the life of a Rosiclare woman; and a high-speed chase from Williamson into Pulaski County ends when motorcyclist crashes into police squad car.
Topics covered include: Death of Dr. Patrick Peterson under investigation, although no foul play is suspected; former Lawrenceville resident hemmed up in Knox County on misdemeanor charges, claims she’s homeless; high-speed chase results in arrest of a young Saline County man after heading out of Saline and into Johnson County; and Lyndi’s dog provides EXTREME AMUSEMENT in the form of a blooper; be sure and listen through to the end.