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Calhoun Co. Woman Arrested On Drug Charges In Pike

A Calhoun County woman was arrested in a traffic stop in Pike County on several charges Friday night. Pike County Sheriff David Greenwood says at approximately 7:20PM Friday, a Pike County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop on State Highway 96 one mile south of County Highway #10, south of Pleasant Hill.
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Criminal Summons Issued In Calhoun Dog Attack; GoFundMe Set Up for Attack Victim

The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office has issued a criminal summons to a pair of individuals in a vicious dog attack that left a FedEx driver with severe injuries. Riverbender reports that a criminal summons was delivered on Wednesday, June 9th to John E. Lichthardt and Rebecca G. Mazzaro of Pleasant Dale Valley Road, north of Kampsville, for a complaint about a vicious dog determination. The summons is linked to the attack of two American bulldogs on FedEx driver Paul Gmoser of St. Louis that occurred at about 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 4th.
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Calhoun County, ILWest Central Reporter

2020 Parolees Recap: Who was paroled in Calhoun County?

There were six offenders released on parole during 2020 that live in Calhoun County, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by West Central Reporter. The data shows four men and two women were released in Calhoun County. Of the parolees, one was a veteran, and the median age was 38. The youngest parolee was a 25-year-old woman convicted of a crime involving drugs in 2019, and the oldest was a 53-year-old woman convicted of a crime against a person in 2018.
Saint Louis, MOSt. Louis Post-Dispatch

Court to decide fate of dogs that severely injured St. Louis FedEx driver

An Illinois judge on Tuesday is expected to decide the fate of two American Bulldogs that severely injured a FedEx driver from St. Louis, an Illinois sheriff said. The driver, Paul Gmoser, was bitten on the arms, legs and torso and was so severely injured he had to be flown by helicopter to a hospital in St. Louis, Calhoun County Sheriff William Heffington said Saturday.
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FedEx delivery man seriously injured in Illinois dog attack

KAMPSVILLE, Ill. (WAND) - A FedEx delivery man was seriously hurt when two dogs escaped a home and attacked. The victim was delivering to a home when the owners were gone Friday. American bulldogs noticed the stranger, unlatched the door and went outside, said Calhoun County Sheriff William Heffington. According...
Kampsville, ILTelegraph

FedEx driver seriously hurt in Kampsville dog attack

KAMPSVILLE — A FedEx driver delivering a package north of Kampsville in Calhoun County was mauled Friday by two large dogs who broke through a screen door. According to news sources, the driver — identified as Paul Gmoser — was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital where his left hand and wrist were amputated.
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FedEx driver seriously hurt in southwest Illinois dog attack

KAMPSVILLE — A FedEx driver delivering a package north of Kampsville in Calhoun County was mauled Friday by two large dogs who broke through a screen door. According to news sources, the driver — identified as Paul Gmoser — was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital where his left hand and wrist were amputated.
Illinois StateKMOV

Illinois FedEx driver has arm amputated after dog attack

CALHOUN COUNTY, Ill. (KMOV.com) -- A FedEx delivery driver was critically injured when he was attacked by two American Bulldogs in rural Illinois. Police in Calhoun County, Illinois tell News 4 the FedEx driver was attacked north of Kampsville on Saturday. The worker had to have his left arm amputated below the forearm. He also sustained serious injuries to his right arm and both legs. The worker remains in a St. Louis hospital with significant injuries and is awaiting further surgeries.