Carbondale Mayor is ready to release records in Molly Young’s death

Carbondale Mayor Mike Henry says he will release police records in the death of Molly Young. She is the 21-year-old SIU student found dead in her boyfriend’s apartment 3 years ago. Since her death, her family has petitioned for the release of records.

Mayor Henry now says, "Well, we are ready to do that. We have a couple more steps to take with it. Actually, Mr. Young has almost all of the records already but I’m having conversations with him to see what else he might need."

Last July, the Public Access Bureau proved State Police violated the Freedom of Information Act and ordered the release of the records.

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