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WHPO Blog Archives for 2022-03

Hoopeston Police Report 03/30/2022

Domestic Battery H22-1162 2022-2508

Time: 05:15 AM

Location: 500 S 6th Ave, VC Housing Authority Property

Complainant: 47-year-old Hoopeston Woman

Arrested: Brown, Alturo L. (M) (33) of Calumet City IL

Details: Battery occurred to the complainant, who called for the police to respond to the residence. Male was taken to HPD processed, then transported to PSB Danville to await his arraignment before a judge.


Fire Alarm Dispatch

Time: 12:06 PM

Location: 901 W Main Street H.A.R.T.

Details: ADT Called in active smoke and fire alarm to the facility. Turned out no fire or smoke it was ADT Tech working on the system. All fire units cleared the scene


Unlawful Acts Constituting Disorderly Conduct H22-1169

Time: 3:49PM

Location: 800 E McCracken Ave

Arrested: Linsey M Warner(33)(F)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were dispatched to the above location for a report of Civil Disturbance. Ms. Warner was located and given a City Notice to appear.

Hoopeston Police Report 03/28/2022

Fire Call

Time: 11:07

Location: State Route 9 and N 2100 East Road

Details: HFD along with Vermilion County Sheriff Department responded to the report of a vehicle vs a ditch and the report of the vehicle upside down. There was no report of injuries at the time of call.

Carle COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites in Champaign, Danville, Mattoon and Olney to close today

(Champaign, Danville, Mattoon, Olney, Ill) – After several weeks of a steady decline in usage at the Carle drive-thru testing sites, the organization will close these locations to redirect staff to areas of more critical need Monday, March 28, 2022.


Exposed and symptomatic community members in the Champaign-Urbana region can still receive a COVID-19 test by calling the COVID-19 Hotline at (217) 902-6100 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. to register for a test and instruction for the closest testing location. Those in the Olney area can visit the Olney Community College or schedule a test at a local retail pharmacy. If a patient would like to be evaluated by a provider, they should contact their doctor’s office. Testing in the Bloomington-Normal region will continue with current processes.


Drive-thru testing sites were created to offer mass testing for symptomatic, exposed and pre-procedural community members throughout the pandemic. They helped facilitate nearly 25,000 COVID-19 tests throughout the region and were operated by dedicated staff, even through challenging circumstances and weather. As the level of transmission in the area continues to decline, Carle is encouraged at the limited need of these testing sites.


“We are so grateful for the commitment of Carle team members who helped provide an essential service to the community throughout the pandemic,” Lesly Whitlow, vice president of Primary Care said. “The availability of our drive-thru testing sites helped Carle meet the testing demand during the height of the pandemic. We are prepared to scale operations back up if transmission levels increase and will always be prepared to serve the needs of our communities. ”


Patients preparing for a medical procedure in the Champaign-Urbana region in need of a test should make an appointment with your surgeon’s office at any of the two, dedicated pre-procedural COVID-19 testing sites at Carle at The Fields Medical Office Building or Carle Foundation Hospital Heart & Vascular Institute to receive a test. Those preparing for procedure and in need of a test in the Olney region should contact their provider to order a test nearby.


Community members will continue to not receive a bill for a COVID-19 test. If a provider evaluation is received prior to testing, that visit will be charged as a typical provider visit.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/23/22

Fire Call

Time: 10:20pm

Location: 901 W Main St, HART Animal Shelter

Details: HPD and HFD were dispatched to an unknown alarm in the area. After an investigation

of the building, all units returned to service with no fire located.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/22/22

Domestic Battery H22-1025 2022-2233

Time: 1:54am

Location: 500 block of E Lincoln St.

Arrested: John J. Murphy (M) (49) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD Officers responded to the above address for the report of a Mr. Murphy causing problems and battery. Mr. Murphy was transported to HPD where he was process and later transported to the Public Safety Building.



Breach of the peace constituting disorderly conduct(City) H22-1037

Time: 5:34PM

Location: 600 blk of W Elm St

Arrested: Thad Finnell(28)(M)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were dispatched to the above location for a noise complaint. Mr. Finnell was

located as was given a City Notice to appear.

Illinois State Police Announce Results of Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrol in Vermilion County

Illinois State Police (ISP) District 10 Commander, Acting Captain Ryan Starrick, announces the results of Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols (OREP) held in Vermilion County during March. These OREPs provided extra patrol coverage for the ISP so officers could focus on saving lives by making sure all vehicle occupants were buckled up.

Violations Enforcement Activity

Safety Belt Citations 33

Child Restraint Citations 4

Total Citations 41

Total Written Warnings 8


Most motorists know safety belts save lives, but some ignore their safety and that of their families by neglecting to use safety belts and child restraint devices. These patrols reinforce the occupant protection message by focusing on those who ignore the law. Lives can be saved if people simply “buckle up!” This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/21/22

Unlawful Acts Constituting Disorderly Conduct H22-0982

Date/Time of Incident: 3/17/22 8:41pm

Location: 101 W Main St, Tedd’s Beverage Shop

Complainant: 35-year-old Hoopeston male

Cited: Marty Fink (68) (M) of Hoopeston

Details: The complainant advised HPD officers that Mr. Fink threatened him at the above location.

Mr. Fink was later located and given a city citation and court date.


Residential Burglary H22-0986

Time: 3:30am

Location: 300 blk W Washington

Complainant: 52-year-old Hoopeston male

Details: HPD officers were called to the above location for the report of a burglary. Unknown

subject(s) entered the residence and stole items. An investigation continues.


Warrant Arrest (Vermilion County) H22-0988

Time: 10:45 AM

Location: 200 Block South Bank St Hoopeston

Arrestee: Coffey, Jacky A (M) (46) of Hoopeston

Details: Mr Coffey was observed walking, was stopped and verified a Vermilion County Warrant 19CF385 FTA Warrant. Transported to HPD processed and later transferred to Custody of the Vermilion County Sheriff. Taken to PSB to await bond.



Warrant Arrest (Vermilion County) H22-0993 2022-2151

Time: 4:21PM

Location: S 4th Ave/W Penn St

Arrested: Craig I Stevens(43)(M)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were out with Mr. Stevens a computer search showed Mr. Stevens to be

wanted on a Vermilion County warrant. Mr. Stevens was arrested and transported to HPD

for processing and later transported to PSB by Vermilion County Deptuy.


Fire Call

Time: 5:58PM

Location: 500 blk of E Main St

Details: HFD was dispatched to the above location for a smell of gas. No injuries were reported.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/18/22

Brush Fire Call

Time of Call: 09:50 AM

Location: 16310 E 4000 North Rd Hoopeston, Illinois Landfill Property

Details: HFD responded to report of a brush fire out of control, on the southside of the property.

No damage or Injuries reported at the time of the call.



Possession of Hypodermic Syringe H22-0977

Time: 09:51 AM

Location: 300 block W Maple St Hoopeston

Arrestee: Marty Joe Fink (M) (68) Homeless person

Details: At the above time, HPD was requested to respond to report of a male subject in the street causing a disturbance, and scaring residents in the area. Subject was transported to HPD processed and later released with another Court Date for Vermilion County Courthouse.


Theft (over) H22-0984

Time: 10:57pm

Location: 1100 blk Savannah Court

Complainant: 38 year old Hoopeston female

Details: HPD officer responded to the report of a theft of a go cart. An investigation continues.

Two Car Fatal Traffic Crash in Kankakee County

WHAT:                      Two Unit Fatal Traffic Crash

WHERE:                   US Route 45/52 at intersection with County Road 8000S, Kankakee County

WHEN:                      March 16, 2022, at approximately 5:28 a.m.

VEHICLES:              Unit 1 – 2009 Silver Dodge Grand Caravan

                                    Unit 2 – 2006 Green Ford Escape

DRIVERS:                 Unit 1 – Debora R. Singleton, 71-year-old female from St. Anne, IL – Deceased.

                                    Unit 2 – Michael L. Parsons, 36-year-old male from Milford, IL – Transported to a local hospital with injuries.

PRELIMINARY:        Preliminary investigation indicates the following occurred: Unit 1 was traveling westbound on 8000S Road approaching the intersection with US Route 45/52.  Unit 2 was traveling northbound on US Route 45/52.  Unit 1 failed to stop at the stop sign and was struck by Unit 2 in the intersection.  The driver of Unit 1 was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The driver of Unit 2 was transported via Life Flight helicopter to a regional area hospital with serious injuries. The roadway was closed, and traffic was rerouted for approximately 2 hours due to the crash investigation.  There is no further information available.

Danville Man Drowns in Lake Vermilion

James F. Walker has been identified by the Vermilion County Coroner’s Office as the drowning victim from Tuesday afternoon’s accident at Lake Vermilion County Park.  The 79-year-old Walker’s body was recovered at about 3:30 PM by the Sheriff’s Department underwater search and rescue dive team, after he had gone underwater while trying to chase down a boat that had floated away from the dock.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/17/22

Battery H22-0972

Time: 7:33PM

Location: 300 blkof N 8th Ave

Arrested: Marty Fink (68)(M)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were called to the above location. Mr Fink was on scene causing problems.

Mr. Fink was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later released with a

Vermilion County Notice to appear.

Eastern Illinois Foodbank Announces "Foodmobile" Food Giveaway in Rossville, IL

When: 04/09/2022 from 9:30am – 10:30am

Where: Rossville Church of Christ, 514 E. Attica St, Rossville, IL

Rossville, IL –  Eastern Illinois Foodbank (EIF) is distributing food to area families facing food insecurity.  The distribution will be held at Rossville Church of Christ (514 E. Attica St.) in Rossville, Illinois on 04/09/2022 from 9:30 – 10:30am and is open to residents of Vermilion and Iroquois counties. Those attending are asked to bring boxes or bags to transport food.

The distribution is part of the Foodbank’s Foodmobile Program, a system of mobile food pantries designed to help bring nutritious food to rural or underserved areas.

Those planning to attend should pre-register at, although doing so does not guarantee a place in line. Income guidelines are as follows:

Hoopeston Police Report 3/16/22

Burning of Trash and Refuse (City Ordinance 9.08.010) H22-0952

Time: 4:35pm

Location: 700 Block of N Market St.

Cited: Roger D Catron (M) (64) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD Officers were dispatched the above area for a possible illegal burn and black smoke. Mr. Catron was asked to put the fire out. Mr. Catron was also cited for Burning of Trash and Refuse (City Ordinance 9.08.010) and given a Notice to Appear in Hoopeston City Court.


Battery (state) H22-0956

Time: 10:59pm

Location: E Honeywell/N Market

Complainant: 39 year old Hoopeston female

Arrested: Marty Fink (68) (M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were called to the above location for the report of Mr. Fink threatening the

complainant with a weapon. Subject was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.

He was later released on the above charge and given a county court date.

Danville Man sentenced today to 18 years

Chardey Austin, formerly of Danville, Illinois, pleaded guilty and was sentenced today to a total of twelve (12) years in Illinois Department of Corrections. In 2020 CF 638, Austin pleaded guilty to one count of possession of a stolen firearm (a class 2 felony). In 202 ICF671, Austin pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to deliver heroin (a class 1 felony). Austin received a six (6) year prison sentence for each case, to be served consecutively, and her total sentence shall be followed by one year of mandatory supervised release.

Austin was apprehended after a long-term undercover investigation that was completed by the Vermilion County Metropolitan Enforcement Group. During the plea today, Judge Derek Girton heard stipulated facts that on multiple occasions Austin sold heroin in Vermilion County during 2020 and 2021. There were further facts presented that on one of those occasions, Austin was stopped by the police and possessed a stolen firearm.

'We are thankful for the hard work of VMEG and the Danville Police Department and all the efforts taken in order to ensure dangerous drugs and drug dealers are removed from our community," stated State's Attorney Jacqueline Lacy.

Danville Man sentenced today to twelve years

Eric Lang, formerly of Danville Illinois, pleaded guilty and was sentenced today to twelve (12) years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. In 2021 CF 306, Lang pleaded guilty to one count of burglary (a class 2 felony), for which he was sentenced to three (3) years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. In 2021 CF 314, Lang pleaded guilty to one count of robbery-victim over 60 years of age (a class 1 felony) for which he was sentenced to nine (9) years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. These sentences are consecutive and the defendant will have to serve one year of mandatory supervised release after completion of her entire sentence.

During the plea, Judge Derek Girton heard stipulated facts that on June 2, 2021, Lang took personal items from a deceased victim's home. Lang confessed after he was taken into custody. While in custody at the Vermilion County Jail on June 5, 2022, Lang lured a custodian into a remote area of the jail, beat him up, and stole his clothes, communications equipment and keys. Lang then attempted to escape the jail by impersonating an employee, but was quickly exposed as an imposter during his ill-conceived plant.

"We are thankful for the hard work of all the staff at the Vermilion County Jail and we will continue to ensure that those who threaten their safety are swiftly brought to justice," stated State's Attorney Jacqueline Lacy.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/15/22

Assault (City Ordinance) H22-0926

Time: 12 PM

Location: 700 blk E Elm Street

Complainant: 36-year-old Hoopeston Male

Arrestee: Fink, Marty Joe Sr. (M) (69) Homeless

Details: At the above time the subject was arrested for the City Charge of Assault, on the complaint from the 36-year-old. Subject was transported to HPD processed and released on Notice to Appear for City Court.

Golden Nugget Danville Casino Is Granted Preliminary Suitability

The Illinois Gaming Board issued a preliminary finding of suitability permitting the Golden Nugget casino in Danville Illinois to move forward. The finding of suitability was issued following a public presentation demonstrating that the casino presented by Danville Development,

LLC meets all preliminary requirements and qualifications for Board licensure. The Golden Nugget Danville casino will be one step closer to being granted a gaming license in the State of Illinois.


“We are thrilled! This is a major step in getting this project off the ground. We are pleased that the gaming board has recognized this project as viable and that it has met all the essential requirements. We are looking forward to becoming part of the amazing Danville community.” – James A. Wilmot, President Danville Development, LLC


“The issuance of suitability for the Golden Nugget Danville Casino is momentous for Danville and Vermilion County.  Golden Nugget and Wilmorite have established world-renowned casinos around the country and we are ecstatic that they are investing in Danville.  This means not only millions of dollars in revenue for the City, but hundreds of good paying jobs, additional patronage of our local businesses, quality entertainment, and much needed restaurants, all of which will improve the quality of life for our people.” – Mayor Ricky Williams, Jr.



The proposed Golden Nugget Danville Casino will feature a 41,500 square foot gaming floor with 500 slot machines, 14 table games, two restaurants, including a Saltgrass Steakhouse, a sportsbook, and 650 surface parking spaces. The project will offer digital sports betting platform through Golden Nugget Online Gamin, Inc. (“GNOG”), which is controlled by Tilman Fertitta through his and Golden Nugget’s combined ownership stake and Mr. Fertitta’s role as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors. 

Former Hoopeston man found guilty of six (6) counts of Home Invasion, a class X felony and two (2) counts of Aggravated Battery, Deadly Weapon, a class three (3) felony.

A Vermilion County Jury on March 9, 2022, found Donald Langston, formerly of Hoopeston, Illinois guilty of six (6) counts of Home Invasion, a class X felony and two (2) counts of Aggravated Battery, Deadly Weapon, a class three (3) felony.

The Jury heard evidence that on February 7th, 2020 Donald Langston went to his estranged wife's new house armed with a bat and a bb gun, forced his way in and attacked her and her family. Langston struck his estranged wife in the head with the bat. Several victims who were in the home at the time of the home invasion suffered severe injuries to the head and body. Langston then chased his estranged wife out of her home and attacked her again, but fled as the police arrived.

Langston will be sentenced by Circuit Judge Charles Hall on May 4, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. Typically, a class X felony is punishable by six (6) to thirty (30) years in the Illinois Department of Corrections with three years of mandatory supervised release. However, after a hearing, the Court could make certain findings based upon the facts in this case that would increase the penalty. Aggravated Battery, Deadly Weapon is punishable from two (2) to five (5) years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/11/22

Traffic Accident H22-0888

Time: 5:51PM

Location: 100 blk of E Main St

Unit 1: 2008 Jeep driven by Masie Norton(17)(F)of Rossville

Unit 2: 2021 Hyundai parked by Katherine Murphy(66)(F) of Hoopeston

Details: Unit 1 advised as she was attempting to park, she struck Unit 2 while the vehicle was legally

parked in the parking space.


Traffic Accident (Operating Uninsured Vehicle) (Improper Lane Usage) H22-0890

Time: 9:35pm

Location: 600 block of E Main St.

Cited: Barbara R Coon (F) (29) of Hoopeston

Unit 1: 2012 Dodge Charger driven by: Barbara R Coon

Details: Unit 1 driven by Ms. Coon struck the back of a pickup truck that was parked in a driveway in the 600 block of E Main St. Ms. Coon was cited for Operating an uninsured vehicle, and Improper Lane usage.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/10/22

Traffic Accident H22-0872

Time: 9:00am

Location: 300 S Market St

Unit #1: 2008 Chrysler driven by Haley Shantz (21) (F) of Hoopeston

Unit #2: 2014 Subaru driven by Ronald Clayborn (66) (M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were advised that Unit #1 backed into Unit #2. No injuries were reported and

both parties were insured. Unit #1 was given a citation for expired registration.

ISP Traffic Crash Alert on I-57 in Champaign County

WHAT: Two Vehicle Personal Injury Traffic Crash

WHERE: Interstate 57 southbound near milepost 225, Champaign County

WHEN: March 8, 2022 at approximately 7:04 a.m.

VEHICLES: Unit 1- 2007 White International Tanker Truck
Unit 2- 2020 White International Truck Tractor Semi-Trailer Combination

DRIVERS: Unit 1- Ryan Pointer, 31-year-old male from Ottawa, IL – Transported to 
an area hospital with serious injuries.
Unit 2- Joseph Pressley, 44-year-old male from Jonesboro, GA

PASSENGER: Unit 1- Michael Schaffer, 51-year-old male from Reddick, IL –
Transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 

PRELIMINARY: A preliminary investigation indicates the following occurred: Unit 1 was 
traveling south in the right lane of Interstate 57 near milepost 225 in 
Champaign County. The front right steer tire malfunctioned and burst. The 
driver of Unit 1 lost control and ran off the roadway to the left. Unit 1 
entered the center median area, rolled over and spilled part of its load onto 
the northbound lanes of Interstate 57. Unit 2 was traveling north at the same 
location and struck a large metal box in the roadway that had fallen from
Unit 1. The driver and passenger of Unit 1 were transported to an area 
hospital with injuries. The driver of Unit 2 reported no injuries. All lanes of 
Interstate 57 were closed in both directions for approximately 3 ½ hours 
during recovery efforts. The southbound lanes were opened at 
approximately 10:30 a.m. and the northbound lanes were opened at 
approximately 12:30 p.m.


2022 Paxton Swine and Dine with Tracy Lawrence

Paxton, IL (March 9, 2022): The Paxton Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the entertainment for the 2022 Paxton Swine ‘N Dine BBQ Contest & Festival. This year the event is headlined by a country music artist who has sold over thirteen million albums and charted eighteen number one hits! Tracy Lawrence is coming to Paxton, Illinois on September 17, 2022! Lawrence will be joined by Garrett Biggs, who will be opening the show.  


Swine n’ Dine started 10 years ago with a friendly BBQ competition in a Paxton backyard. Over the years it has expanded into the downtown street festival for an entertaining day! The event features live music, kids’ activities, vendors, a bags tournament, a cruise-in, and of course – Great BBQ!  


Entry forms and rules for the BBQ contest will be available online soon, as well as details on all the events. Music will start at 5:00 PM. Entry into the concert is FREE, tickets for the party pit (section closest to the stage) are on sale now. Party pit tickets and event details can be found at!  

Hoopeston Police Report 3/9/22

Warrant Arrest Vermilion Count 2019CM0271 2021CM0683





600 blk of E Thompson Ave


Tabithia Stephens(32)(F)of Rossville


HPD officers were at the above location when they made contact with Ms. Stephens.

A computer search showed Ms. Stephens to be wanted on Vermilion County warrants. Ms. Stephens was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported to PSB

Hoopeston Police Report 3/7/22

Fire Call

Time: 12:08am

Location: 325 E Orange Av, Autumn Fields

Details: HFD was dispatched to the report of a fire alarm. The alarm was investigated and proved to be false.


Warrant Arrest H22-0825

Time: 9:35pm

Location: 301 W Main St, Hoopeston Police Dept

Arrested: Tasha Uppinghouse (31) (F) of Hoopeston

Details: Ms. Uppinghouse turned herself in to the Hoopeston Police Department on an outstanding Vermilion County warrant. She was processed and released after posting bond and receiving a new court date.


Breach of Peace Constituting Disorderly Conduct (City) (Warrant Arrest) H22-0794 H22-0799

Time: 11:09am

Location: 206 S 1st Ave (Multi-Agency Center) and Hoopeston Police Dept.

Arrested: Linsey M Warner(33)(F) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were was stopped due to a dispute outside the above location. Ms. Warner was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later released with a City Notice to appear. Also Ms. Warner was given a Vermilion County Court Date.


Trespass, Criminal Damage (City Charges) H22-0803

Time: 3:34pm

Location: 700 block of S 6th Ave

Arrested: Morgan L Hurt (F) (20) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD Officers responded to the report of two subjects going to into a resident without permission. Ms. Hurt was transported to HPD where she was processed and later released with two city citations.

Hoopeston Police Report 3/3/22

Vermillion County Indiana Warrant, Driving While License Revoked, No Insurance,

Time: 09:45 AM

Location: W Main St/S Dixie Highway Hoopeston

Arrestee: Jackie E Winchester (M) (45) of Rossville IL

Details: Officers were actively looking for a Hyundai Sonata that had been taken supposedly by the Arrestee without permission. After the stop of the unit, it was determined that the Arrestee was in violation of traffic laws of Illinois. While running checks on his driving privileges it was found he was wanted on a Warrant out of Vermillion County Indiana for Possession of Stolen Property. He was transported to HPD where he was processed and then later transported to the PSB in Danville to await extradition to Indiana.




Warrant Arrest(Vermilion Co. 2022CM82) H22-0759 2022-1634

Time: 6:01PM

Location: N Market St/E Young Ave

Arrested: Bradley S David(35)(M)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were out with Mr. David and a computer search showed him to have an

active warrant out of Vermilion County. Mr. David was arrested and transported to HPD for

processing and later transported to PSB

Fatal Car Crash near Hoopeston


WHAT:                      Single Vehicle Fatal Traffic Crash


WHERE:                   Il. Rt 1 at County Road (CR) 4000 N, North of Danville, Vermilion County


WHEN:                      Feb. 28, 2022 at approximately 5:00 a.m.


DRIVER:                   Unit 1 – Charlie Dickerson, a 33-year-old male of Hoopeston, IL – Fatally Injured


VEHICLE:                Unit 1 – Gold 2002 GMC Envoy


PASSENGER:           Unit 1 – Desire Welch, a 24-year-old female of Hoopeston, IL


PRELIMINARY:     Unit 1 was traveling northbound on IL Rt. 1, just south of CR 4000 N.  Unit 1left the roadway to the left after sustaining a flat front passenger side tire. Once off the roadway, Unit 1 lost control and struck a ditch causing the vehicle to roll multiple times.  The driver and passenger were ejected from the vehicle, and the driver received fatal injuries.  The passenger sustained serious injuries and was transported to a regional hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries. 

                                    This is an open and on-going investigation and no other details are available at this time. 


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