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Woman from O’Fallon comes all the way to Carmi to get lit – allegedly, of course

A woman reporting an address from the St. Clair County city of O’Fallon found a whole lot of trouble in the city of Carmi most of the way across the state from her home Friday, according to Carmi Police.

Pritzker requests federal disaster declaration in wake of historic Spring floods

Counties included in the Public Assistance (PA) request: Adams; Alexander; Bureau; Calhoun; Carroll; Cass; Fulton; Greene; Hancock; Henderson; Henry; Jackson; Jersey; Knox; LaSalle; Lee; Madison; Mercer; Monroe; Morgan; Peoria; Pike; Randolph; Rock Island; Schuyler; Scott; St. Clair; Stephenson; Tazewell; Union; Whiteside; and Winnebago counties.

Registered sex offender sentenced to 30 years for PRODUCING child porn with 4-YEAR-OLD

A registered sex offender who took sexually explicit photographs of a four-year old girl in East St. Louis will spend the next three decades behind bars.

Visitation, funeral set for slain trooper; alleged shooter held on $5mil bail

Illinois State Police officials continue to mourn the loss of ISP South SWAT trooper Nicholas Hopkins, as murder charges have been brought against the guy who allegedly fired the shot that claimed Hopkins’ life.

State trooper shot in Collinsville has died

Illinois State Police (ISP) Acting Director Brendan F. Kelly regretfully announces the line-of-duty death of ISP South SWAT Trooper Nicholas Hopkins.

ISP TROOPER SHOT DURING EXECUTION OF WARRANT

The ISP Trooper received life-threatening injuries and has been transported to a regional hospital.

Metro-east dentist charged with health care fraud

A St. Louis-area dentist has been charged with executing a wide-ranging health care fraud scheme over several years.

Cahokia voted in closed meeting to keep Mayoral Candidate Curtis McCall Jr. on ballot

Records provided to ECWd by Brad VanHoose, who received them via a FOIA request, indicate the Illinois State Police and FBI investigated the Village of Cahokia elections board for alleged election interference, among other things in 2015.

Woman sentenced for falsifying records in bankruptcy

Court documents show that Cook created a fictitious document and forged the signature of an officer of the Court to obtain an automobile loan during the pendency of her bankruptcy case.

Prison spells the end of the road for man who led police on high-speed chase

A man who once bragged about outrunning the cops won’t be going anywhere for a while.

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