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Brad Van Hoose of Belleville has filed suit against a group of detractors he claims participated in a scheme of false accusations that cost him legal expenses as well as the ability to have a relationship with his ill and elderly father.
BENTON – A lawsuit against a Caseyville police officer over claims the officer lacked probable cause to stop a driver in 2013 has been dismissed. That driver, subsequent to the arrest, had been charged with driving under the influence and impersonating a police officer.
Van Hoose found guilty of misdemeanor in Caseyville mayor death threat case; Kelley: ‘Can’t we all just get along?’
BELLEVILLE – St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley found Brad Van Hoose of Belleville guilty of misdemeanor assault for threatening Caseyville Mayor Leonard Black, after ruling that Van Hoose’s conduct did not constitute a felony.
Eye witness accounts vary in Caseyville mayor death threat case; Judge: 'Appears to be war of words'
In three accounts of the crime Brad Van Hoose of Belleville allegedly committed, he threatened to kill Caseyville Mayor Leonard Black, or to kill Black and Illinois House candidate Bob Romanik, or to kill everyone.
Brad Van Hoose of Belleville, constant critic of Caseyville Mayor Leonard Black and legislative candidate Bob Romanik, faces prison time.