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SALINE COUNTY: April’s felony court report is ready

Lots of dope, a little violence, plenty of stuff that stemmed from traffic stops; that’s what occurred on the felony scene in April in Saline County.

May was a heavy month for felonies in Saline

Saline County is never one to hold back on felony charges, and the month of May 2019 certainly showed that there’s no slowing the filing of them.

HARRISBURG: Plenty of familiar names in mid-month May police report

The Harrisburg Police Department report for May 13 through 19 is almost like a homecoming of sorts, with all kinds of familiar names, some of which we haven’t seen in a while.

SALINE COUNTY: Felonies filed in March show no slow-down in crim activity

Here are the felonies filed in the month of March, 2019, in Saline County; click the hotlinks to read about past mentions in the paper here.

A cold, wet, rainy, post-Thanksgiving FELONY FRIDAY

Despite the holiday, the activity was fairly brisk in the criminal world in Williamson County, both alleged and convicted (or disposed), as you’ll see in this week’s installment of the ever-popular FELONY FRIDAY, so let’s kick it into gear and see what’s what.

Carmi police make unlicensed driver arrest, work unrelated wreck

Also a Harrisburg guy was one of two people involved in an accident while waiting on a train.

FELONY FRIDAY: What’s the Williamson County court system been up to…?

It’s Felony Friday for Williamson County, and it’s a big one…our correspondent who collects the info was hospitalized a week ago, and now, she’s catching us up since we didn’t have a Felony Friday last week.

Gallatin County: Few contested races, good turnout anticipated, however

GALLATIN CO. – High voter turnout generally marks the elections in Gallatin County, but in recent years, there’s not been much candidate interest.

White man charged with attacking three family members

WHITE CO.— A Carmi man with a history of problems with alcohol has been charged with violence after authorities say he attacked three family members.

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