It was published in 1970.
Provided by William Shannon IV, Curator, St. Clair County Historical Society
William Voegtle was Work House Superintendent during the tenures of Sheriffs, Mulcounery, Mellon and Petri. He served as deputy under Sheriff Cashel.
Chief Deputy Sheriff Quito B. Heidinger, one of the best known residents of Belleville, died at his home, on the rock road, Monday morning at 3:55 o'clock, after an illness extending over a period of about one year. He was conscious up to one hour before his death.
Mr. Heidinger served as Chief Deputy Sheriff for almost eight years, serving under former Sheriff G. W. Thompson and under the present Sheriff, Charles Cashel. He would have completed his eighth year in the office on December 1.
Postcard style photo from the last hanginging in St. Clair County. Photo courtesy The St. Clair County Historical Society.
The execution of Willis Clark on February 18, 1910.
Clark had murdered a streetcar motorman, Eugene Goudey, on a streetcar on the Alta Sita Line on December 19, 1909.
Correctional,Officers must make Health and Well Being checks of all cell blocks at least every 30 minutes. To document these checks COs used a handheld bar code reader.
Polaroid Model 210 “instant” camera. these cameras could be used for crime scene, booking and accident reconstruction photographs. Decades befor digital photography the Poloroid camer was the best way to make photographic evidence available quickly.