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Sex offender will spend rest of life in prison

December 15, 2011
ELKHORN — Theodore Mullis, 40, a convicted child molester, was already facing the prospect of not getting out from behind locked prison doors until he was well into his 80s. On Friday, Walworth County threw away the key. Walworth County Circuit Court Judge John Race sentenced Mullis to another 40 years in prison to be served after his first 44-year sentence is completed. Mullis is also ordered to pay more than $3,600 in restitution to the victim for counseling and care, although Race conceded there was little chance of Mullis ever paying that forfeiture.
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Man faces charge for 'shrooms

December 15, 2011
A 33-year-old Elgin, Ill., man faces felony charges after allegedly growing psilocin mushrooms inside a building he was renting in Geneva Township. Ian B. Henning, who is incarcerated in Illinois, has been charged with manufacturing psilocin as a second and subsequent offense. If convicted, he faces 19 years imprisonment and $50,000 in fines.
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