Police Blotter | 11-16-22 | Republic-Instances

(Data on this report is gathered from police companies, county courts and emergency radio dispatch. The general public is reminded that defendants are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible and prices could typically be dropped or modified as a part of the authorized course of.)

Columbia Police

Nov. 8

Ross J. Gulley, 33, of Columbia, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant and for expired registration and no insurance coverage within the 300 block of North Rapp Avenue.

Nov. 11

Sheila N. Hull, 51, of Dupo, was arrested about 9:45 p.m. for DUI, improper lane utilization and expired registration on North Major Avenue at Route 3. 

Nov. 13

Officers responded about 7:45 a.m. after a white Chevy Malibu pushed by an 89-year-old male was driving northbound within the southbound lanes of Route 3 from Waterloo to Columbia. Thankfully, the automobile was stopped on the intersection of Route 3 and South Major Avenue a couple of minutes later, after which police and EMS checked on the motive force. Columbia police used spike strips at Route 158 and once more at Hill Citadel Lane in an effort to sluggish the automobile, which was profitable. No accidents had been reported within the incident.

Illinois State Police

Nov. 12

Interstate 255 was shut down on the Jefferson Barracks Bridge at about 6 a.m. after a number of autos went off the roadway and others struck the concrete obstacles as a result of ice on the bridge following in a single day snowfall of 4 to 6 inches. Visitors was shifting once more on the bridge by about 7:30 a.m.

Millstadt Police

Nov. 10

Shortly earlier than 9:40 p.m., Blaine A. Taylor, 36, of Millstadt, was arrested for DUI on the intersection of Washington and Jefferson streets.

Monroe County Sheriff

Nov. 6

Jason M. Morris, 38, of Belleville, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant for driving whereas license revoked on I-255.

Nov. 9

Tammy L. Boren, 53, of Ruma, was charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Nov. 10

Jordan C. Swan, 37, of Fairview Heights, was charged with armed violence for being in possession of a machete whereas additionally in possession of methamphetamine.

Nov. 12

Tiffany Ok. Kerley, 33, of Pontoon Seashore, was arrested on Route 3 close to Vandebrook Drive on St. Clair County warrants for  no insurance coverage and illegal use of an digital communications gadget in addition to for driving whereas license suspended. 

Nov. 14

Tara A. Hosch, 39, of Fayetteville, was charged with harassment by way of digital communication in reference to a Sept. 16 occasion by which she allegedly used digital means to threaten to kill the recipient of the communication. 

St. Clair County Sheriff

Nov. 12

At 7:15 a.m., the Columbia Fireplace Division assisted deputies and EMS in responding to a two-vehicle head-on crash on Imbs Station Highway at Cement Hole Highway as a result of ice on the roadway. One driver reported chest ache as a result of airbag deployment. The opposite driver reported a foot harm.

Waterloo Police

Oct. 20

Taylor J. Cook dinner, 20, of Marble Hill, Mo., was charged with violating an order of safety.

Nov. 10

Two males are in custody following an incident that started in Waterloo and resulted in Columbia. At about 3:20 p.m., a Volkswagen hatchback automobile occupied by two males and with two 65-inch TVs strapped to the roof was noticed in Columbia and pulled over within the car parking zone of Columbia Market, 506 N. Major Avenue. The motive force of this automobile, Jaime Diaz-Vargas, 29, of Orlando, Fla., had appeared on the Monroe County Courthouse earlier within the day for a listening to on a earlier housebreaking cost stemming from a Columbia incident. A Columbia detective who was current for this court docket listening to reported the Volkswagen was suspicious due to the TVs. Police contacted Walmart, however as a result of a delay in figuring out whether or not the TVs had been taken from the shop, the automobile was allowed to proceed on. Simply minutes later, Walmart confirmed the theft and police situated the Volkswagen driving north on I-255, once more pulling it over. Charged with felony retail theft had been Diaz-Vargas and 29-year-old Jonathan A. Gonzalez-Buitrago.

Nov. 15

Catherine R. Sansone, 32, of Fults, was charged with two counts of theft stemming from Oct. 26 incidents at O’Reilly Auto Components, 726 N. Market Avenue.

Kacie L. Vogt, 29, of Waterloo, was charged with endangering the life/well being of a kid after allegedly leaving her kids within the automobile unattended on Oct. 30.

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