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Slow-speed, lengthy police pursuit lands Indiana man in jail on DUI

A Petersburg man is behind bars today after what was no doubt a ridiculous scene: After attempting to fight civilians following a crash, he led police on a 20-mph chase that lasted an hour and a half.

State Police Laboratory obtains nationally recognized accreditation of crime scene investigations

The Indiana State Police Laboratory Division has successfully completed an international accreditation process, which assesses the quality operations and scientific procedures, to add crime scene investigation to the scope of accreditation.

Three TONS of unused drugs turned over

According to United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, Steven D. Weinhoeft, residents of the southern district returned over three tons of prescription drugs for destruction on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Judge’s ‘retirement’ likely forced following number of JIB complaints

An associate judge in the Second Judicial Circuit located in downstate Illinois has announced a retirement which will no doubt be heralded with fanfare when it hits mainstream media, but the part that won’t be revealed will be the Judicial Inquiry Board’s complaints fielded over the past year about his behavior on the bench – meaning said “retirement” has been likely forced.

High-ranking Gangster Disciples member sentenced to 16 years for drug trafficking and death threats

A man authorities say threatened to kill the first bureau of prisons employee he got his hands on, held bank employees at gunpoint and threatened to kill them if they didn’t do as they were told and who dumped hundreds of grams of heroine and crack cocaine out the window of his apartment when authorities swept in has been sentenced to 16 years in the federal bureau of prisons.

One step closer to gun confiscation in Illinois?

A statewide story posted last week tagged ‘ALERT’ caught the eye of many folks in the state of Illinois who have been waiting for something that looked like smoke indicting a pending fire defined as gun confiscation.

ISP investigating officer-involved shooting

No injuries were reported and the investigation continues.

Video: Bloomington Mayor Tari Renner: “He sure doesn’t behave like someone who is African American”

During the Mayor’s open house last week, Bloomington, Illinois Mayor Tari Renner stated that [U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas] “sure does not behave like someone who is African American.”

New Illinois gun law more than just increases FOID costs, it criminalizes private transfers and inheritance

HA 1 to SB 1966 would impose various gun control schemes in Illinois, such as criminalizing private transfers and increasing the cost and red tape for a FOID card.

Deadline looms for gun dealers to register

Beginning July 17, 2019, it will be unlawful for a person or entity to engage in the business of selling, leasing, or otherwise transferring firearms without a valid certificate of license issued under the Act.

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