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May 16: 603 E. 575th Place

Breder Breder
McGee McGee
Dedeaux Dedeaux
Date of Bust: May 16, 2013

Location:
603 E. 575th Place

Arrested:
  Richard K. Breder, Regina A. McGee, Henry D. Dedeaux

Update:
Breder, sentenced to two years in Illinois Department of Corrections on heroin charge and 30 months probation on two previous meth charges; McGee, 24 months probation; Dedeux, 30 months probation (Drug Court)

Click here for Herald-Whig story on Breder's guilty plea.

Click here for Herald-Whig story on Breder's sentencing in this case and two other drug cases.

Click here for court case information for Breder.


Click here for court case information for McGee. 

Click here for court case information for Dedeux.

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