Break In At County Market Grocery Store Continues To Be Investigated
(Farmington, IL) -- Police in Farmington are continuing to investigate a burglary that occurred late last week at the County Market Grocery Store. Police say they were notified about the burglary early Friday morning. When officers arrived at the scene, they found an outside window as well as an interior door glass had been broken. Police say they believe that at least two subjects entered the store and then left the store a short time after entering it. Assisting the Farmington Police Department were the Fulton County Sheriff's Office and the Peoria County Sheriff's Office. Illinois State Police processed the crime scene. If anyone has information about the burglary, contact Fulton County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-309-547-3939.
Peoria Police Asking For Public’s Help In Locating Suspect
(Peoria, IL) -- Authorities in Peoria are asking for the public’s help in trying to find a man that they believe should be considered armed and dangerous. Peoria police are searching for 33-year old Robert D. Luckett. Authorities say he is 6'4" and weighs 210 pounds. Authorities say that Lucket fired several shots in the 200 block of West Richmond Avenue Saturday morning. Luckett is wanted for attempted murder, domestic battery, aggravated discharge of a firearm and possession of a firearm by a felon. If anyone has information in regard to Luckett, call Peoria Area Crimestoppers at 1-309-673-9000.
Three Businesses Busted For Selling Alcohol To Minors
(Peoria, IL) -- Authorities in Peoria say that they busted three businesses earlier this month for selling alcohol to minors. The bust was part of a special police sting that is sponsored by the Illinois Liquor Commission. In all 30 liquor stores in Peoria were tested. With the sting, police had minors attempt to purchase alcohol from the stores. The three businesses failed the test when clerks in the stores sold alcohol to the minors. The stores with clerk's getting caught were In And Out LIquors located on Wayne Street, Basket Case on West Main Street and Johnny Vigs Bar in Metro Center. In each case the employee got $500 fines. As a result of the clerk's getting caught, the stores also could be cited.