ALHAMBRA MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT
An Alhambra man died Sunday afternoon while riding his lawn mower. According to the Madison County Coroner, Robert Geschwend, age 61, of Alhambra, was near his home, traveling on Suhre road on his lawnmower. At 3:09 p.m., a passerby spotted Geshwend underneath his overturned Dixie Chopper. Geschwend was pronounced dead and an autopsy was performed Monday morning. At this time, the coroner's office released preliminary results that showed that Geschwend did not die from the accident, but the autopsy also revealed extensive coronary disease. The precise cause of death is pending until all test results are completed.
THREE ARRESTED IN GOVERNOR'S RUN BURGLARY
According to information from the Carlyle Police Department, Loyd A. Williams, age 26, of Dix, Illinois, and two juveniles were arrested September 11, on alleged burglary charges stemming from the August 13 break-in at the Governor's Run Golf Course north of Carlyle. According to the police report, preliminary interviews led police to suspect that one of the golf course employees was involved with the burglary. Items taken include a dark green golf cart, a Stihl chainsaw and a Stihl weedeater. Following an extensive investigation, Carlyle Police recovered the stolen property and made the arrests.