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Henderson found guilty of first-degree murder in death of Derek Jackson

A local jury found Aaron Henderson guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Rock Island tattoo artist Derek Jackson.

Jackson died after he was shot December 18, 2013, at a home on 16th Avenue in Rock Island.  317 more words

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Testimony ends in Aaron Henderson trial for murder of tattoo artist Derek Jackson

Trial proceedings continued Monday, March 30, 2015, for Aaron Henderson, the man accused of killing Rock Island tattoo artist Derek Jackson.  Jackson died after he was shot December 18, 2013, at a home on 16th Avenue in Rock Island. 34 more words

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Victim's girlfriend testifies in Rock Island murder case

Testimony started Wednesday, March 25th in the murder trial of Aaron Henderson in Rock Island. He’s accused of robbing and killing Derek Jackson, a local tattoo artist. 142 more words

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Trial underway for man accused of killing local tattoo artist

Trial began for a man accused of shooting and killing popular Rock Island, Illinois, tattoo artist Derek Jackson.

Jackson died after he was shot December 18, 2013, at a home on 16th Avenue in Rock Island. 84 more words

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Nancy in Eire


‘Ireland has changed its name to Eire and its charming people, whose qualities of heart and mind were so cruelly misused for so many centuries, are busily making a nation, but it is still the Emerald Isle of nineteenth-century literature, exaggeratedly itself,’ Nancy wrote of Ireland in… 635 more words

Roundup: Tulare Union boys edge Delano in OT

The Tulare Union needed a late equalizer in regulation followed by an overtime goal to beat Delano 4-3 in an East Yosemite League boys soccer match on Friday in Delano. 647 more words

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Murder charge dropped moments before trial begins in Rock Island

A rare move in a Rock Island courtroom gave a man, about to go on trial for first-degree murder, an 11th-hour reprieve.

Just seconds before Yolandius McDuffie, 21, of Rock Island was set to go to trial, prosecutors pulled the plug on the year-old case. 232 more words

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