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ISP charge former chief of Hinckley PD with eavesdropping, official misconduct

Illinois State Police (ISP) officials announce the arrest of
Kimberly S. Everhart, the former Chief of Police with the Hinckley Police
Department (PD).

Sovereign citizen’s failure to surrender, courtroom antics lead to increased prison sentence

Yeah….either Ms. Johnson doesn’t know how to use the ‘sovereign citizen’ defense, or it’s being mischaracterized.

Feds indict eight illegals on immigration-related charges

Seven men from Guatemala and one from Ecuador have been indicted on immigration-related charges

Today is the 94th anniversary of the worst tornado on record

Today, March 18, 2019. marks the 94th anniversary of the worst tornadic disaster in recorded history.

It’s National Sunshine Week. You wouldn’t know it in Illinois

National Sunshine Week is this week; yep, we’re in the tail-end of it. And it’s appropriate that we bring it up today, because it almost go away from us…just like it gets away from most people in Illinois.

Indiana troopers to conduct sobriety checkpoints in Posey County Friday night

For those of you who travel across the river into Posey County, Indiana, we have some news for you from a press release issued by Indiana State Police: Prepare to be stopped.

Telemarketer sentenced to prison for participation in timeshare resale scam

Osvaldo (“Oz”) Gonzalez, 44, was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison for his role in defrauding thousands of people across the country in a nationwide timeshare resale scam.

Downloading child porn leads to prison time for Macoupin County man

Christopher R. Buse, 43, of Staunton, Illinois, has been sentenced to 60 months in prison for knowingly receiving child pornography over the internet

Troopers arrest four impaired drivers overnight

When Indiana State Police make a number of impaired driver arrests, they, unlike Illinois State Police, show us the names and infractions, as well as other details of the arrests

ISP sued over Aurora shooting

In today’s litigious society, where someone is always looking for a way to take something someone else has, a state agency has now been targeted for just such a thing.

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