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Henry County Investigates Drowning – 5/30/16

May 30th, 2016

>>Henry County Investigates Drowning

Police are looking into a drowning death at a resort in Henry County. It happened late Saturday, officers say they got a call about a missing person at the Hillcrest Resort in rural Orion. Officers later found the man’s body in the resort’s pool.

Advocates Happy About Medical Pot Agreement – 5/30/16

May 30th, 2016

>>Advocates Happy About Medical Pot Agreement

Advocates say a lot more people in Illinois will be helped by tweaks to the state’s medical marijuana program. State officials announced Friday that Illinois will add PTSD to a list of diseases that can be treated with marijuana, and the state will no longer require doctors to recommend patients for medical marijuana prescriptions.

Reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office – 5/28/16

May 28th, 2016

In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office, 43 year old Darren Wilson of Princeton pleaded guilty to battery. He was ordered to pay $357 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 1 year.

-25 year old Emily Thompson of Rock Falls pleaded guilty to DUI. She will pay $2000 in fees and court costs and received court supervision for 2 years.

-23 year old Xander Manriquez of LaSalle pleaded guilty to DUI. He was ordered to pay $2000 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 2 years.

-28 year old Jason Hildebrand of Princeton pleaded guilty to DUI. He was ordered to pay $2000 in fees and court costs and was placed on conditional discharge for 2 years. He will also do 240 hours of public service work.

-53 year old Stephen Lenac of Ottawa pleaded guilty to DUI. He will pay $2000 in fees and court costs and received conditional discharge for 2 years. He was also ordered to do 240 hours of public service work.

-19 year old Calvin Patterson of Peoria pleaded guilty to battery. He was ordered to pay $747 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 1 year.

Skoog Fights for New Law to Help Prosecute Sexual Predators – 5/28/16

May 28th, 2016

Skoog Fights for New Law to Help Prosecute Sexual Predators 

Several legislative proposals sponsored by state Rep. Andy Skoog ending the statute of limitations for sexual predators, advanced from committee to the House floor this week. Skoog said, “Victims of sexual crimes as children deserve justice, and the time that has passed since they were preyed upon shouldn’t be allowed to prevent our ability to put these disgusting criminals behind bars. I’ll continue to do everything I can while I serve our communities in Springfield to ensure that criminals who prey on young people are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

 

Princeton Public Library Schedule – 5/28/16

May 28th, 2016

Princeton Public Library Schedule 
The Princeton Public Library has released its schedule of events for the week.  Monday is movie night at 6:30.  Tuesday morning features the youth services story time and craft at 10:30 and on Tuesday evening there will be an ethnic flute performance at 6:30. On Wednesday evening the chicks with sticks will meet at 6:30 and on Thursday evening there will be an adult coloring class for relaxation at 6:30.