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VPD Arrest Man after Family Fight

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Police arrested a Vincennes man last night after a fight with his ex-wife over a set of keys. Officers found 54 year-old Matthew Brough Senior in the 800-block of North Twelfth.  Brough is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting law enforcement.  He was booked into the Knox County Jail.

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Lawrence IL Jailer Fired Over Inmate Case

(Lawrenceville, IL)–  A Lawrence County, Illinois Court Security officer has been fired after an inmate accused him of kicking him in the chest earlier this month while he was restrained at the Lawrence County Jail. Mike Rich was dismissed Wednesday by Sheriff Russell Adams upon the advice of a union attorney. Adams initially turned the […]

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Work continues on the Vincennes City Levee

(Vincennes, IN)–  Work is reported on schedule on the Vincennes City Levee.  Vincennes Water Utilities general manager Kirk Bouchie said negotiations with C-S-X Railroad continue for levee work near the C-S-X tracks. Bouchie also expects Oliphant Drive near Chicago Avenue to re-open sometime next week.  That stretch of road is closed for continuing levee work. […]

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VPD Arrest One on Probation Violation Warrant

(Vincennes, IN)–  Vincennes Police arrested one after serving a warrant. Officers arrested 28-year-old Samantha Ridge in the 100 block of North 8th Street after finding her wanted on an outstanding Knox County warrant. The warrant was for a felony probation violation. Ridge is being held in the Knox County Jail without bond pending a court […]

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Connie Lawson Speaks in Washington, IN

(Washington, IN)–     Business Identity theft is becoming more common across the country and the state of Indiana is taking steps to help business owners avoid significant losses. Secretary of State Connie Lawson spoke to the Washington Rotary Club this afternoon. She said the state is collecting email addresses so that business owners can be […]

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