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Richland County warrant served on Clay City gal: Clay Co. Sheriff’s report

Sheriff Andy Myers’ Clay County Sheriff’s report features a woman who caught some trouble in neighboring Richland, then got that warrant served on her in Clay City.

More suspects sought in Saratoga Tavern burglary

Palestine Police Chief Jeff Besing has announced more information released on the situation with the recent burglary of the Saratoga Tavern in town.

Kentucky man dies at Marion massage business

A Kentucky man in his 5Os was found in distress at a local massage business Wednesday morning (January 16, 2019.)

Resolution to October meth arrest: Johnston off to DOC from Wabash County

A 20-nothing from Grayville, having gotten in trouble in Wabash County this past fall, is now headed off to Illinois Department of Corrections for her part in a meth crime.

Williamson County citizens a little upset over dismissal of charges in RV wreck case

Not a few citizens of Williamson County are expressing dismay over the dismissal of charges in the case of a guy who caused an RV rollover last year in a hit-and-run.

Driver loses control of car on Dieterich Blacktop north of Sailor Springs

A young man from Wisconsin and his passenger were hospitalized this afternoon after losing control of their vehicle and overturning on Dieterich Blacktop north of Sailor Springs.

Arsonist among three sent to IDOC out of Hamilton County

State’s Attorney Justin Hood has announced sentencing of three felons out of Hamilton County, including a now-convicted arsonist.

Wabash County crim busted in Indiana; IDOC considers her ‘absconder from parole’

A name familiar to many dopers across several counties in Illinois and Indiana – including not only Wabash where she’s a convict, but Lawrence as well – is back in the headlines after getting arrested Monday, January 14.

ISP announces upcoming patrols for Wayne County

Wayne County….be prepared for what’s coming your way in February.

Beloved Marion Police Chief announces her retirement

Much-beloved Marion Police Chief Dawn J. Tondini has announced her retirement after serving a quarter of a century policing the streets of city.

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