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Bunker Hill man charged with possession, distribution of child porn – Herald

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McHenry upgrades Nixle alert system | Northwest Herald

McHENRY – The city of McHenry and the McHenry Police Department have upgraded their Nixle alert system.

Officials said the $5,000 upgrade will improve communication between city departments and McHenry residents. Nixle is a text, email and telephone alert service that allows governmental organizations to let subscribers know of major events and advisories in real time.

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Frequent subjects of the alerts include road closures and other traffic emergencies; kidnappings; criminal and police activity; missing persons; and weather and school advisories.

The service partners with the National Center for Missing and Exploited

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Car hit by train near Martinsburg – Herald

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Is apple cider vinegar really a wonder food? – NZ Herald

Folk medicine has favoured apple cider vinegar for centuries and many claims are made for its supposed benefits.

Apple cider vinegar is made by chopping apples, covering them with water and leaving them at room temperature until the natural sugars ferment and form ethanol. Bacteria then convert this alcohol into acetic acid.

Strands of a “mother” will form in the cider. These are strained out of many products but left in others, and are often the target of health claims. The “mother” can also be used to start the production of the next batch of cider.

But will apple cider vinegar really help you lose weight, fight heart disease, control blood sugar and prevent cancer? And what about claims it is rich in enzymes and nutrients such as potassium?

Weight loss

The evidence that apple

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New search planned for Chambers – Herald

A new search is planned next week for a Quinlan man who has been missing for more than seven months.

Michael Chambers, a retired Dallas firefighter, was last seen March 10 and has not been found, despite a well-publicized campaign, along with multiple ground searches and an extensive investigation by local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

The Chambers family, through the Bring Papaw Home Facebook page, is organizing the event, which is scheduled on the morning of Nov. 4, with an exact start time and date still to be determined.

Volunteers are being asked to participate, along with Texas Equusearch, the Watters Sonar Team, NETSAR and the Red Cross.

Those interested in assisting the search are asked to contact the family at BringPapawhome@Yahoo.com

Chambers, 70, was last seen on a surveillance camera at the Quinlan Walmart on the morning of March 10.

The sheriff’s office was notified shortly before 7 p.m. March 10 of Chambers’

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‘Missing Persons Day’ events planned across … – Herald-Chronicle

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Health Office of the State Chief Medical Examiner is partnering with the National Missing Unidentified Persons System, NamUs to host a series of Missing Persons Day events across the state. The goal of these events is to help families reconnect with missing loved ones.

“There are currently more than 1,000 missing person cases in Tennessee. With these events, we are bringing resources into the community in the hopes of answering questions and ideally bringing closure to people who have loved ones considered missing,” said Tennessee Chief Medical Examiner Julia Goodin, MD.

Missing Persons Day events are designed for family members and friends of people who have been missing for more than one month. Participants have an opportunity to enter information about their missing loved ones in the NamUs system, provide

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Man sentenced for sexual exploitation of young girl – Times Herald

WHITE PLAINS – A Campbell Hall man was sentenced Friday to 17 1/2 years in federal prison for charges stemming from his sexual exploitation of a young girl, prosecutors said.

Edward Diaz, 60, pleaded guilty on March 9 to one count related to “sexual exploitation of a minor, related child pornography offenses and attempts to hinder the federal investigation,” according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

Prosecutors said Diaz used a personal email account to send himself three images of child pornography on April 1, 2016. His internet provider flagged the email as possible child pornography and provided it to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. That organization reviewed the email, confirmed it was child porn and notified the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

Postal inspectors interviewed Diaz at his home on June 13,

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/news/20170908/man-sentenced-for-sexual-exploitation-of-young-girl

Man sentenced for sexual exploitation of young girl – recordonline.com – Times Herald

WHITE PLAINS – A Campbell Hall man was sentenced Friday to 17 1/2 years in federal prison for charges stemming from his sexual exploitation of a young girl, prosecutors said.

Edward Diaz, 60, pleaded guilty on March 9 to one count related to “sexual exploitation of a minor, related child pornography offenses and attempts to hinder the federal investigation,” according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

Prosecutors said Diaz used a personal email account to send himself three images of child pornography on April 1, 2016. His internet provider flagged the email as possible child pornography and provided it to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. That organization reviewed the email, confirmed it was child porn and notified the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

Postal inspectors interviewed Diaz at his home on June 13,

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/news/20170908/man-sentenced-for-sexual-exploitation-of-young-girl

Fort Mill SC man arrested for child pornography | The Herald

A Fort Mill man was charged Monday with having child pornography, according to South Carolina Attorney General’s Office.

Joseph Douglass Stoeckel, 31, was arrested by Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigators and York County Sheriff’s Office deputies. Attorney General’s Office investigators were assisted in the investigation.

A CyberTipline report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children pointed investigators toward Stoeckel, who was in possession of multiple images of child pornography, investigators say.

Stoeckel is charged with eight counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, a felony charge.

Hannah Smoot: 803-329-4068

Read more at: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/crime/article168698272.html

Convicted of rape in 1996, acquitted in 2010, former Yakima man … – Yakima Herald

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