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Man Wanted On Murder Charges Arrested In Dubuque For Attempting To Sell Fake Concert Tickets

An Illinois man wanted on 8 murder charges in that state was arrested by Dubuque police yesterday for trying to sell fake tickets to tonight’s Willie Nelson and Family concert at the Five Flags. Undercover officers arrested 20 year old Natrell Jackson at around 3:45 Thursday afternoon at the KFC on Central Avenue. Online court documents say Jackson is charged with two counts of 4th degree theft, two counts of forgery and two counts of interference with official acts. There is currently a warrant for Jackson’s arrest out of Cook County. He is charged with 8 counts of murder in Cook County as well as two counts of felony attempted murder and four counts of felony aggravated discharge of a firearm. In Dubuque County District Court Jackson is accused of selling fake tickets to Nelson’s concert to a Belmont, Wisconsin man online. Dubuque undercover officers arranged a meeting with Jackson to buy some fake tickets at KFC. That’s when he was taken into custody.

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