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Troy Eads ineligible to serve on Edgar County ETSB Board

During Wednesday morning’s Edgar County Board meeting, a board member mentioned that Eads was also a Deputy Sheriff, which was something we were unaware of.

UPDATE: DUI charged in crash with Sheriff’s Deputy

An Edgar County Sheriff’s Deputy was responding to a call and traveling West on Route 16 when Adams allegedly turned into his lane.

Former Edgar County Jailer charged with failure to register as sex offender

Earlier this month, Jason Ball was arrested and charged with felony failure to register as a sex offender and pleaded not guilty in Edgar County Circuit Court. Jason Ball is a former jailer for the Edgar County Sheriff’s Department and convicted sex offender (custodial misconduct); a condition of his probation until 2022 (here) was that he register as a sex offender for 10 years.

Alleged DUI driver in crash with Edgar County Sheriff Deputy

Adams allegedly turned into the path of Deputy Rhoads

Edgar County warrant served on passenger after speeding vehicle stopped in Crawford

A Robinson man with a warrant for violence in Edgar County was arrested after a car he was in was caught speeding in a Crawford County village where police keep an eagle eye out for such things.

Edgar County: Federal deposition reveals Deputy involved in alleged illegal gun purchases

Edgar County Sheriff Deputy Dee Burgin has found himself in yet another Federal civil rights case resulting from what appears to be yet another case of violating a person’s civil rights.

Nitrites in water in Edgar County city; you DO know how that happens, right…?

There’s been a nitrite-in-the-water warning issued by the city of Chrisman in Edgar County as it pertains to their drinking water.

Edgar County 911 Coordinator’s contract tabled for now…

Several years ago we wrote about how the Edgar County Emergency Telephone System Board (“ETSB”) gave its only employee an illegal contract.

Clark-Edgar Water District postpones vote on Trustee pay increases again…

During last night’s Clark-Edgar Rural Water District Board of Trustees meeting, the agenda item for increasing pay of elected trustees was tabled at least for one more meeting for the stated reason of obtaining another legal opinion on several questions.

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