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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Unusual cases make their way into court

Our colleague at the Janesville Gazette, Ted Sullivan, filed a couple of unusual stories this week.

Sullivan, who covers courts in Walworth County, reads the criminal complaints from the Walworth County District Attorney's office as part of his daily routine.

While going through the latest batch of complaints, Sullivan ran across the case of
a Lake Geneva man who is charged with three counts of felony delivery of prescription drugs.

The unusual part of the case is that the drug was Viagra. Story is HERE.

The other case involved
a former Walworth County correctional officer accused of having a relationship with an inmate. She is accused of illegally passing the inmate a greeting card, and is expected to appear in court Friday on a felony charge. Story is HERE.

As you might imagine, comments on the Viagra story were disabled on www.gazetteextra.com shortly after the story was posted. We'll see how many I can let through here.



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