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Thieves break into dozens of cars near LouFest

Monday, 09 September 2013 13:28 Published in Local News

More than two dozens vehicles were broken into near LouFest over the weekend.

Police say thieves targeted a total of 29 vehicles on Sunday. Most of the vehicles were parked in the 5100 block of Clayton. Owners reported various electronics were taken. Police say the thefts occurred in the evening, with the majority concentrated between 9 and 10 PM.

The musical festival was held in the park on Saturday and Sunday.

Man charged for attacking bar owner

Monday, 09 September 2013 13:26 Published in Local News

A Carlinville, Illinois bar owner ended up in the hospital after an attack last week.

Deborah Borre, the owner of Hollywood and Vine, was closing shop Friday night, when Jamal Zollicoffer allegedly attacked her. After the beating, Borre drove the police station to report the incident. She was taken to the hospital.

Police caught Zollicoffer and prosecutors filed robbery and assault charges against him. He is held on a $75,000 bond.

 

   The search for a missing a 7 year old Effingham County, Illinois girl will continue overnight.  

   Authorities and hundreds of volunteers have been looking for Willow Long since she disappeared from her Watson, Illinois home on Sunday.  The Effingham County Sheriff's Department has sent the volunteers home for the night so that an Illinois State Police Flare Plane, which detects heat, won't pick up false readings during the overnight search.  

   Willow is about four-feet tall and weighs just 46 pounds. She has shoulder-length red hair and was wearing a long purple t-shirt as a nightgown. Willow's mother says she checked on the kids Sunday morning before taking a nap. When she woke up, Willow was gone.

   The Effingham County Sheriff's Department is coordinating the search and investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact authorities at 217-342-2101.

 

 

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