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Woman Gets 16 Years for 3 Metro-East Robberies

A judge in East St. Louis has sentenced a 32-year-old woman to 16 years in federal prison for robbing three branches of “The Cash Store.”

10/26/2012

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Man Blames ‘Bad Soda’ In Child Sex Abuse Case

A local man charged with molesting three children blamed “bad soda” for his behavior.

09/29/2012

Cory Atkinson leaving federal court after getting 40 months in prison

US Fidelis Co-Owner Makes No Apology, Blames Others as He’s Sentenced to 3 Years

Cory Atkinson was sentenced to 40 months in prison Tuesday on charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, and filing false tax returns.

09/18/2012

William John Thomas Wilkerson Jr.

Fifth Pike County Escapee Back in Custody

William John Thomas Wilkerson, Jr. of Florissant was arrested after a report of a suspicious person at an apartment complex in St. Louis County, early Wednesday morning.

09/12/2012

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Illinois Judge Bars Quinn from Closing Prisons

The order keeps Quinn from closing prisons in Tamms and Dwight, three halfway houses and youth detention centers in Joliet and Murphysboro.

09/04/2012

JAIL CELL

Missouri Man Who Sent Money to Iraq Goes to Prison Soon

Iraqi-American said he had no regrets about his actions.

08/24/2012

High-Cost-Healthcare

Man Gets 2 Years in Prison for Cancer Drug Scheme

The drugs were not the versions approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

08/24/2012

Randy McCallum

Former Alorton Mayor Heading To Prison For Corruption

Randy McCallum admitted trying to sell crack on the streets of Alorton.

08/21/2012

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Illegal Immigrant Conspiracy Involves Two Sisters

Two people responsible for several thousand undocumented immigrants in the state will soon be heading to prison.

07/25/2012

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To Tamms, Prison Closure Means Pain, Betrayal

There’s anger at Gov. Pat Quinn in the Alexander County community of Tamms over his decision to mothball the state’s only “supermax” facility.

07/01/2012

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