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(Week ending 4-17-03)

  • Robert Conklin, 27, 1015 Second; 1-11-03, obstruction of justice; pleaded guilty, 30 months probation, 95 days served in Logan County Jail

  • Warren J. Garner, 41, 300 W. Vine, San Jose; 9-29-02, unlawful possession of a controlled substance; pleaded guilty, two years Department of Corrections, $500 mandatory assessment

  • Matthews D. Hayes, 28, 312 Ninth; 6-1-02, unlawful possession of a controlled substance; pleaded guilty, five years probation, six months Logan County Jail, released to Gateway for counseling

  • Preston K. Reed, 19; unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle; pleaded guilty, five years Department of Corrections

  • James R. Summers, 28, 711 N. Madison; 7-18-02, aggravated battery; pleaded guilty, four years Department of Corrections with recommendation of boot camp, $1,232.25 restitution

  • Jeremy West, 17, 1424 N. Kankakee; 1-15-02, burglary; pleaded guilty, four years Department of Corrections, recommended boot camp

Marriage Licenses

(Week ending 4-17-03)

  • Steve D. Vance, Greenview
    Jody L. Shull, Greenview

  • Elbert M. Vermast, Decatur
    Patsy G. Brodnicki, Decatur

  • Timothy A. Woolard, Lincoln
    Janell L. Wibben, Hartsburg


(Week ending 4-17-03)

  • Richard L. Kidd, Lincoln
    Tracy Kidd, Lincoln

  • Allan J. Erickson, Lincoln
    Rosemary Erickson, Lincoln

Most Wanted

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Anyone with information concerning crimes in the Lincoln and Logan County area is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 732-3000 or send a message to crime@ccaonline.com. Your information will be kept confidential and you may remain anonymous. If your information leads to the arrest of people involved, Crime Stoppers will pay you a cash reward up to $1,000.

Crime Stoppers has an answering machine to answer your calls. This is to protect you if you wish to remain anonymous. (Your calls cannot be traced with the machine.) You need to let us know how you can be contacted about the incident, or you must watch to see if the subject has been arrested. This is so we can make a payout.

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