Crawford County News
Public now has wi-fi access at courthouse
Crawford County now has a complete single wireless network that is available in the main courthouse and the associate court annex, and is accessible by the public. The completion of this project marks another step in the process of moving the county government forward in the technological world. Public Wi-Fi is available during business hours, and all county office portals are secure because they require particular credentials for access.
Two charged with burglary and arson
Two young men were charged with burglary and arson last week in connection with an April fire that destroyed a mobile home in Davisville. Tylor Scott DeRennaux, 18, of Steelville, and Brandon Joe Black, 24, of Cherryville, each stand charged with two counts class C felony burglary in the second degree, and one count class C felony arson in the second degree as a result of the April 18 incident.
Domestic violence charges brought against Sullivan man
A Sullivan man is charged with second-degree domestic assault after allegedly striking his girlfriend on Tuesday, July 8.