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Guilty Plea In Home Invasions

April 5, 2013

Marshall County Prosecutor Jeff Cramer said recently he wanted to “send a message” that violent crimes and robberies will not be tolerated in the county....

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bloomin

Apr-07-13 11:59 AM

Lady is right-Most of these crimes are drug abusers. The state knows this, thats why they put a mental health person in family practice offices for a pilot program a few years ago. They have not reported on this publically and what the results were??? Millions went into this program. So what is really being done to combat? It starts with everyone of us being aware of those around us because the govt is not going to combat this.

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mikeyd

Apr-07-13 10:19 AM

they'll invade the wrong house one day.

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Ladydiamond

Apr-06-13 11:13 AM

Another drug related crime. Imagine that. Get rid of the drugs and you get rid of the crime. In addition to the illegal street drug pushers, we are being infiltrated by (so called) legal dispensers of drugs. Pain Clinics and methadone clinics that are being considered acceptable by the officials and community. Just legal loop holes to get and keep people dependent on drugs. And isn’t it awesome for them that they don’t have to go to prison for dealing drugs. The end result of this money making immoral business is, we are losing a whole generation of kids because of drugs. We are losing them to overdoses, mental and physical damage making them unable to function and lastly is the extremely long and sometimes lifetime prison sentences handed down to the small potatoes users who turn to crime to support their addiction. The prisons are overcrowded largely due to sentencing people for drug related crimes.

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promo61

Apr-06-13 8:06 AM

It's a crime that Cramer is still in office. Must be a lack of viable candidates.

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bloomin

Apr-06-13 12:51 AM

Good, they belong in jail for a long time. Maybe that is what is happening in wheeling, Impostors ....

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