DRIVER OF STOLEN CAR STEALS GAS
The driver of a stolen car stole gas Wednesday from a local station.
Greenville Police were notified by employees of CC Food-mart, Wednesday morning, at 8:37 am, that a white male in a Red Firebird had pumped $19.00 in gas and had failed to pay. Upon investigation, it was found that the car had been stolen from Florida. It was last seen westbound on I-70, traveling at a high rate of speed.
FIRST CATTLE SALE UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP BIG SUCCESS
The first Wednesday cattle sale, at Greenville Livestock Auctions Incorporated, turned out to be a big one. Shanina Hugo told WGEL, approximately 1,460 head were sold including 125 Slaughter Cows and Bulls, 865 Feeders and 450 Fat Cattle. The next sale will be Wednesday April 9th, at Greenville Livestock Auctions, on Route 127 just South of Greenville.
MAN SENTECED IN METHANPHETMINE CASE
Ronald L. Seagraves, age 36, formerly of Troy, Illinois, was sentenced recently in federal court for his roll in a methamphetamine conspiracy. Seagraves pled guilty to conspiracy to manufacture, distribute, and posses, with intent to distribute, 500 grams or more of methamphetamine, and possession of products with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine. According to the Southern District of Illinois United States Attorney's office, Seagraves was sentenced to 262 months in prison and ten years of supervised release; and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $3,579 to the Drug Enforcement Administration, for the clean up needed after the manufacture of methamphetamine.