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Man in his late 20s allegedly kills his younger brother

Original post made by Jordan M. Doronila, Danville, on Feb 2, 2007

Hey all,

What do you think about this week's story about Joshua Lemke, 28, being arraigned for allegedly killing his younger brother Jonathan.

-jordan (reporter with the Danville Weekly)

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Posted by Andy
a resident of Danville
on May 24, 2007 at 6:23 pm

Our family has known this family for quite sometime. It is so sad to hear what all this family has gone through. The family was always a great family and were great to be around. I pray for Josh, Miah, and Justin that there is someway to get through this. Josh has always had emotional issues, and I hope he finally gets the help that he needs. Without knowing more of the crime, I cannot say more then I pray for them all.

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