IL Man Accused of Threatening Prosecutor

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BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) _ A man is jailed in southwestern Illinois
on charges that he threatened a prosecutor.
A special appointed prosecutor has charged 58-year-old Norman
Stuckey in St. Clair County with one count of threatening a public
St. Clair County State’s Attorney Brendan Kelly announced the
charge in a statement but didn’t detail the threat the Alorton man
allegedly made to one of Kelly’s assistant prosecutors, Benjamin
As a condition of his $50,000 bond, Stuckey has been ordered to
surrender any of his firearms to the sheriff’s department.
His background includes convictions of domestic battery,
unlawful use of a shotgun and unlawful use of a weapon.
Stuckey wasn’t reachable Friday. He does not have a listed home
telephone number, and online court records don’t show whether he
has an attorney.

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