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Mascoutah Police Report: Sept. 16 thru Sept. 22

Friday, Sept. 16 Alarm/Residential – 300 block W. South St/Hoffman Battery – Mascoutah Middle School/Sunnquist Verbal Disturbance – Scheve Park/Sunnquist Trespass Warning – 600 block Daniel Dr/Hoffman Suspicious Activity – 800 block N. 6th St/Bumpers Ambulance Call – 1200 block Winding Oaks Ln/Hoffman 911 Hangup – 1300 block W. Main/Hoffman Assist Other Agency-ISP – 9600…

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Mascoutah, Lebanon Polling Place Changes Are Approved

By Randy Pierce Herald Publications Two minor changes regarding polling place locations in Mascoutah and Lebanon were among six approved unanimously by the St. Clair County Board at its monthly meeting held on Monday evening, September 19. In what amounts to using a different entrance and exit door, for Mascoutah Township precincts 1, 2, 3…

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Elbe Steps Down As City Councilman

By Pamela Rensing mascherald@heraldpubs.com The City of Mascoutah held their regular council meeting on Monday, Sept. 19. The meeting was open to both in-person and virtual participation. Councilman Doug Elbe resigned from his position on the council. He is leaving the area and will be unable to fulfill his duties. Elbe was sworn into office…

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Mascoutah Police Report: Sept. 2 thru Sept. 8

Friday, Sept. 2 Ambulance Call – 900 block W. Church St/Donovan Warrant – In State – I-64/Heinen Investigation – 600 block Daniel Dr/Donovan Ambulance Call – 200 block E. Main/Donovan Operation of Vehicle When Registration is Suspended/Driving While License Suspended – N. Jefferson St. at E. Harnett St./Veres – Zachary Weaver (24), Alhambra No Valid…

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Mascoutah Police Report: August 26 thru Sept. 1

Friday, August 26 Business Alarm – 9200 block Beller Dr/Sirtak Ambulance Call – 700 block Fountain View Dr/Weinel Operation of Non-Highway Vehicle on Street – 300 block N. 5th St/Sirtak Motorist Assist – Rt. 4 & I-64/Weinel Neighborhood Disturbance – 300 block N. 5th St/Sirtak Noise Complaint – 300 block N. 6th St/Weinel Loud Music…

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Three Stabbed At Mascoutah Bar

By Pamela Rensing heraldpubs@heraldpubs.com MASCOUTAH – On Sunday morning, Sept. 4, police responded to a report of three customers stabbed at a local bar in Mascoutah. According to Mascoutah Police Chief Scott Waldrup, at approximately 12:30 am, Mascoutah Police Officers responded to Skootr’s, located at 323 West Main Street, in reference to a fight/stabbing incident.…

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Mascoutah Police Report: August 19 thru August 25

Friday, August 19 Suspicious Vehicle – 700 block Moorland Cir/Sirtak Use of Credit Card with Intent to Defraud – 1800 block Nathan Ave Alarm/Residential – 1200 block Beechcraft Blvd/Heinen Property Damage – Non Criminal – 9800 block Perrin Rd/Donovan Saturday, August 20 Parking Complaint – 9200 block Beller Dr/Rettig Death Investigation – 100 block Perrottet…

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Big Win For Mascoutah Football

By Michael Trotter Herald Publications MASCOUTAH – Last weekend was the official start of the high school football season in Illinois. Mascoutah hosted Columbia on Friday, August 26, and defeated the Eagles by a score of 49-26. The Indians dominated the first quarter with three touchdowns on a 33-yard interception by Quincy Hall, a four-yard…

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Lawsuit Filed Against Coach, School District

By Pamela Rensing www.heraldpubs.com MASCOUTAH – A 55-page lawsuit was filed in Illinois federal court on Wednesday, Aug. 24, against a Mascoutah volleyball coach and the Mascoutah School District. The lawsuit states that head volleyball coach Todd Gober subjected the team to “demoralizing and degrading” activities. The lawsuit was filed by Brooke Junker, a May…

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Mascoutah Police Report: August 12 thru August 18

Friday, August 12 Suspicious Person – W. Main St & Mascoutah Ave/Watkins Accumulation of Trash – 400 block W. State St/Quirin High Weeds – 400 block W. South St/Quirin Animal Complaint – 600 block W. South St/Watkins Motorist Assist – Rt. 161 & Rt. 4/Quirin High Weeds – E. Green St/Watkins Verbal Disturbance – 200…

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