In the case of all arrests, it must be remembered that the charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. NOTE: Anyone having information concerning any alleged crimes are encouraged to contact the police department at 876-TIPS (8477) On November 5, 2018, officers responded to 313 W.
The St. Clair County Commission met Friday, Seip. 28, with Robert Salmon, presiding commissioner; Leroy Strope, north commissioner; Gerald Williams, south commissioner; Debbie Peden, county clerk and Marian McCaslin, administrative assistant present. Noah Gates, representing Tri State Truck Center, was in to visit with the Commission. Presiding Commissioner Salmon gave a report on the West
In the case of all arrests, it must be remembered that the charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. NOTE: Anyone having information concerning any alleged crimes are encouraged to contact the police department at 876-TIPS (8477) Cont. from last week On October 24, 2018, officers
Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made nine arrests during the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 5, 2018. Warrant Arrests Jayme Boyd- On Nov. 5, Jayme Boyd, 25, Bolivar, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy, after her bond was revoked at court on the case that has charged her with an unclassified felony statutory rape-second
Oct. 15, stealing a motor vehicle-1st offense at 300 block N. Broadway St., Moundville. Oct. 15, stealing in Stotesbury. Oct. 19, operated vehicle on Hwy. without valid license at N. Elm St., Nevada. Oct. 20, DWI at S, 1700 Rd., Nevada. Oct. 20, poss of controlled sub at 300 block N. Osage Blvd., Nevada. Oct.
10/29 • Received a call from Michelle Meyers hitting a wild boar on Hwy Y & H at Arcola. Vehicle damaged. Handled by dispatch. • Traffic stop at O Hwy and 1550 Rd. Cody Wireman of Colorado arrested by officer. • Received a call of trespassing on Hwy M Stockton. Amber Storz of Collins. Handled
The following misdemeanors have been disposed in Cedar County. James Eugene Baker, El Dorado Springs, driver/front seat passenger fail to wear properly adjusted/fastened safety belt, 8/6/18. Fine: $10, 10/12. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LL v Michelle Burns, Stockton. Judgment entered: $14,376.49, 10/16. Bank of America, N.A. v Mary L. Cain. El Dorado Springs. Judgment entered: $10,891.67,
Sherri Barker, dog license required, $50.50. Claudia Bishop, trespass first degree, $125.50. Damien harder, no operator license, fail to show proof of ins, carry concealed weapon, wrong license plates, $427. Richard Jackson, no license plates, fail to show proof of ins, $201. Karen Masters, wrong license plates, $125.50. Stefanie, Meek, no license pastes, $75.50. Gary
CEDAR COUNTY Marriage Applications: Recorder of Deeds Office Cedar County Carole Wilkerson Recorder Dylan Allen Ford, El Dorado Springs, 24 and Christina Joy Maria Murphy, El Dorado Springs, 25.
Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made seven arrests and recovered a stolen vehicle during the week of Oct. 22-29, 2018. Warrant Arrests Sarah Stroud- On Oct. 28, Sarah Stroud, 23, Sugar Creek, was arrested by a St. Clair County deputy on a Clay County warrant charging her with a class D felony stealing- motor vehicle/watercraft/aircraft.