12-16-2009

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ACCIDENT WITH INJURIES TUESDAY MORNING ON DUDLEYVILLE ROAD

 

Bond County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a rollover accident Tuesday morning that sent three people to the hospital. According to the accident report, William Debatin III, age 16, of Pocahontas, driving a 1997 Buick Riviera, was traveling northbound on Dudleyville Road around 7:30 a.m. when just north of Hookdale Avenue, he lost control trying to negotiate a curve. His car then struck the ditch and rolled over at least one time before striking a utility pole. A ten year-old boy, sitting in the back, was ejected through the rear window. Debatin, the 10 year-old and a 16 year-old female passenger were taken to Greenville Regional Hospital. William Debatin was cited for alleged failure to reduce speed.


CENTRALIA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO HEROIN DISTRIBUTION

 

Hector S. Barnes, age 32, of Centralia, IL, recently pled guilty to two counts of distribution of heroin.  Each count carries a possible penalty of up to 20 years imprisonment, a fine up to $1 million, and three years supervised release. Barnes is being held until sentencing, scheduled for April 1, 2010.

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KINGSBURY PARK DISTRICT BOARD MEETING

 

The December Kingsbury Park District Board meeting was this past Monday night. The board went into executive session to discus personnel and land acquisition. The board extended Park District Director Jerry Sauerwein’s contract for another three years with an addendum of an annual review. This passed with a 4 to 2 vote, with Oestreich, Macon, Mcguire and Simpson voting yes, and Warren and Wilman voting no. Local citizen Hugh Siefken commended the park district for their long range plans that would help the whole city and expressed his hope the city and park district could work together for future projects. John Goldsmith thanked the park district for their contribution to the historical society. Jerry Sauerwein asked the board for the okay to purchase fireworks with the funding coming from KPD and tourism committee. It was tabled until the next meeting.

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DEER KILL TOTALS FOR 2009

 

Firearm deer hunting season ended with a preliminary total of 99,419 deer harvested during the Nov. 20-22 and Dec. 3-6 weekends. Reports from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources show that Bond County took a total of 843 deer for the combined seasons. Totals in surrounding counties show Clinton County with 808, Fayette County 1907, Madison County, 939, and Montgomery County with 1191. There are still opportunities to hunt during the remaining expanded 2009/2010 archery season. Pike County topped the harvest totals for firearm season taking 3,265 deer.

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