Methamphetamine

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Jackson County State's Attorney

A Murphysboro man is headed to prison for selling methamphetamine to an undercover source.

The Jackson County State's Attorney says 27-year-old Aaron Bodeker pleaded guilty to the Unlawful Delivery of less than five grams of Methamphetamine. He received a four year sentence.

A southern Illinois man is headed to prison after his probation was revoked.

The Union County State's Attorney says 24-year-old Wesley Allen Conkle of Dongola has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of Aggravated Stalking.

A Williamson County man faces charges related to illegal drugs and a gun.

A Jonesboro man is in the Jackson County Jail after his arrest on drug related charges.

A Marion man known as "Pork Chop" has been indicted in federal court with drug and gun offenses.

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A Randolph County woman is headed to prison for her role in a large-scale methamphetamine ring.

The U.S. attorney's office says 49-year-old Starlet Howie of Sparta has been sentenced to 16 years in federal prison.

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Mt. Vernon Police Dept.

Five people were arrested in Mt. Vernon on drug related charges.

The Mt. Vernon Police Department and Jefferson County Sheriff's Office High Risk Team served a drug search warrant early Thursday morning at a residence on South 24th Street in Mt. Vernon.

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A Randolph County man is headed to prison on methamphetamine charges.

The U.S. attorney says 35-year-old Jason Stoker of Chester received a 15-year federal prison sentence.

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A Jefferson County man will serve up to 17-years in federal prison on methamphetamine related charges.
The U-S Attorney's Office says 31-year old Robert Tate of Mt. Vernon was sentenced Thursday.  A jury convicted Tate following a two day trial on charges of manufacturing and selling methamphetamine in Jefferson County between February 2013 and June of last year.
 

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Three children under the age of five were removed from a home in Herrin Tuesday, after police say they were exposed to an active methamphetamine lab.