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Chalmers visits Crawford County, makes “True Lies” presentation to kids

CRAWFORD CO., Ill. – Phil Chalmers, one of the nation’s foremost experts on teen violence, teen killers, and mass murderers, presented his school program today at Robinson High School in Crawford County today (Tuesday, October 16). Chalmers has authored several books on the topic, and has been on various television networks such as Discovery ID, A&E, […]

Rutan hire busted, terminated for allegedly sending explicit pics

This sick and twisted society’s latest “thing” has gotten a Crawford County deputy on the unemployment line…but only after his boss the sheriff was basically forced to do something about it.

Suspended driver call leads to discovery of….a suspended driver

A sharp-eyed citizen made a call yesterday in Palestine that lead to the arrest and booking of a local guy on a Driving While License Suspended complaint.

ISP D12 announces September enforcement activity

Illinois State Police District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, today announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of September.

Tennessee man killed in Crawford County ATV accident

Authorities have confirmed that a Tennessee man lost his life in an ATV accident this weekend in Crawford County.

Domestic Battery call in Flat Rock sends multiple departments for mutual aid

The Palestine Police Department responded to a domestic battery in assistance to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office approximately 10 miles south of Palestine, east of State Route 33.

Multi-county Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols in District 12

ISP will conduct Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols (OREP) in Clark, Crawford, Clay, Fayette and Marion counties during October.

‘Movie money’ being passed in Palestine

There have been counterfeit $100 bills being passed around which is “movie money” and not a negotiable currency.

Trucker’s bad driving forces second truck off the road and into a crash

An early-morning accident this morning sent a Missouri trucker to a hospital in Mattoon after another trucker ran him off the road.

Traffic stop leads to meth arrest of individual old enough to know better

A woman who, at age 50, is old enough to know better than to get caught up in a meth crime, did so anyway yesterday in Crawford County.

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