Don’t miss these top stories Friday on BND.com:
▪ The controversy continues in the wake of a JCPenney security guard being forced to resign in the wake of a shoplifting incident.
The officer was forced out because he violated company policy by going too far to capture a suspect.
Scott Hurst, 30, chased a man through his store, into the main part of St. Clair Square, across the parking lot to an Interstate 64 ramp where the suspect allegedly tried to carjack a motorist.
He pulled the man out of the car and restrained him until police arrived.
▪ Authorties say a 28-year-old Clinton County man did not die from the flu as originally expected.
Kyle Norrenberns did actually have the flu, according to a coroner’s office report. But his cause of death was streptococcus pneumoniae, a bacteria that causes pneumonia.
Norrenberns, died Jan. 14 at St. Joseph’s hospital in Breese.
▪ An Air Force technical sergeant court marshaled on claims he sexually harassed a subordinate has been found not guilty.
Isaac O. Concey, of the 375th Aerospace Medical Squadron, was found not guilty after two hours of deliberation by a jury at Scott Air Force Base.