Don’t miss these top stories Monday on BND.com:
▪ A total of 331 people have been taken into custody — including people from Caseyville and Carlyle — in an immigration and customs sweep.
Three of the suspects are Mexican natives and the other is from Honduras. They were arrested as part of a six-state sweep that sought out immigrants with criminal records.
Authorities say the metro-east suspects had convictions for drug-related offenses, driving under the influence, domestic battery and traffic offenses.
▪ Whatever happened to the planned trampoline park expected to open in Glen Carbon?
Business reporter Tobias Wall looks into the delays — as well as other businss comings and goings — across the metro-east.
Those things include the shut down of the Fairview Heights Applebee’s location, the opening of a new hotel in Troy and the creation of the Foundry Public House in Edwardsville.
▪ What do metro-east Muslims think about the night club shooting in Orlando?
Here is a video of their reaction taken at the Belleville Masjid and Islamic Education Center.