McCullough’s defense ordered to disclose alibi
SYCAMORE – Attorneys for the man charged with kidnapping and killing a Sycamore girl more than 50 years ago must disclose information on the man’s alibi at a Tuesday hearing.
Jack D. McCullough, 72, of Seattle, is charged in the death of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph, who was abducted from her Sycamore neighborhood Dec. 3, 1957. Her remains were found five months later in rural Jo Daviess County.
McCullough was indicted Aug. 19, 2011, by a grand jury on charges of murder, kidnapping and abduction of an infant. He has said he has an alibi for the day she disappeared and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. The state has filed a motion seeking information on that alibi.
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