CARLYLE, Ill. — A 17-year-old boy has been convicted of fatally punching a southern Illinois high school senior during a party last spring. A Clinton County judge announced the verdict Tuesday convicting the boy of involuntary manslaughter for the April 23 death of 18-year-old Jacob Arter from Breese. The Belleville News Democrat reports the fight...
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