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Police Beat for Saturday, July 29th, 2017

July 30, 2017

Centralia Police have arrested a 30-year-old Centralia man for possession of a controlled substance. Police say they approached Steve Littleton of South Hickory while he was walking at Cherry and Noleman Street. He agreed to let them search him, but pulled a foil from his pocket and allegedly tried to eat the contents. Police say the foil fell to the ground and a field test confirmed the presence of heroin leading to the arrest.

A 44-year-old Shiloh man has been arrested by Centralia Police for making a false 911 call, resisting a peace officer and disorderly conduct. Angelo Ford reportedly began calling 911 after police dropped him off at the Home Motel at his request. When police arrived, he was still on the phone with the dispatcher and refused to hang up as police tried to gain control of the phone. Ford was charged with resisting arrest after allegedly fighting police attempting to arrest him on the 911 and disorderly conduct charges. Ford later posted $150 bond and was released.

Four others remain in custody after being arrested on outstanding warrants. 20-year-old Jacob Holman of Ticklin Road in Odin was arrested at the probation office Friday for failure to appear on a possession of methamphetamine charge. He is being held on $25,000 bond. 36-year-old Sherry Barradas-Reyes of State Route 37 in Farina is being held in lieu of $15,000 bond on a probation violation on a past possession of methamphetamine case. 37-year-old Donald Holmes of Edgebrook Road in Centralia was arrested by sheriff’s deputies on an outstanding Kentucky warrant. 47-year-old Steven Rollinson of South Marion in Centralia was arrested by Central City Police on an outstanding Marion County traffic warrant. Bond is set at $2,500.

Two people posted bond after being arrested for driving under the influence. 68-year-old Roger Aaron of North Miller in Salem was arrested by sheriff’s deputies and 29-year-old Brennan Hernandez of Shingle Oak Drive in Salem by Salem Police.

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