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WATSEKA — The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Office released the following list of recent activity:
— Elizabeth A. Shrove, 37, of Gilman, was arrested March 4 on an Iroquois County warrant for theft.
— Ashley N. Wood, 27, of Sheldon, was arrested March 4 on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear in court for driving with a revoked license and deceptive practice.
CRESCENT CITY — District 21 Illinois State Police arrested two women for driving under the influence of alcohol after both crashed their vehicles into ditches along U.S. 24 in Iroquois County recently.
Arrested in connection with separate traffic accidents were Roxanne Eden, 47, of Danforth, and Nancy L. Wood, 55, of Watseka.
KANKAKEE — A Cabery man was among two people taken to hospitals for treatment following a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 57 near Kankakee.
The accident occurred at 4:50 a.m. Tuesday, March 3, in the northbound lanes of I-57 at milepost 304, according to a news release from District 21 Illinois State Police.
Following is a list of cases filed recently in Ford County Circuit Court, as posted at www.judici.com:
• Christopher E. Searcy, 26, of Rankin, for meth manufacturing (less than 15 grams), possession of anhydrous ammonia, possession of meth (5-15 grams) and using a vehicle to manufacture meth.
CHICAGO (AP) — A Cook County judge on Wednesday halted a medical marijuana-growing operation, granting a temporary restraining order that heightened concerns about legal challenges over how Illinois issued cannabis licenses.
DEWEY — A rural Dewey resident was bilked out of $750 possibly through an Internet scam.
Champaign County sheriff’s Lt. Brian Mennenga said between Feb. 17 and 19, a resident of the 3200 block of Greenwod Drive, rural Dewey, said he believes someone gained access to his credit card number when it was used to pay for fixing his computer online.
Dean Swan’s attorney, Lance Cagle of Paxton, issued the following news release Tuesday:
PAXTON — When Dean Swan resigned as Button Township supervisor and as a member of the Paxton-Buckley-Loda school board in January, the longtime public servant was following through with his end of a deal to avoid criminal charges related to his November arrest, the Paxton Record has learned.
A 538-page report from Illinois State Police, obtained by the Paxton Record last week, provides a full account of the evidence — or lack thereof — against former Button Township supervisor and Paxton-Buckley-Loda school board member Dean Swan.
PAXTON — Three people have been criminally charged in connection with a rolling meth lab discovered during a traffic stop early Sunday morning in downtown Paxton.