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Police Beat for Saturday, August 5th, 2017

August 6, 2017

Centralia Police arrested a 27-year-old Wamac woman on Friday for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police stopped to question Brittney Ralleo of Parkview Mobile Home Park and got her approval to search a purse she seemed to be trying to hide. A bag with 11 syringes, other drug paraphernalia and a baggie with what field tested as heroin was allegedly found. Ralleo indicated the items were not hers and must have been placed in the purse by someone else.

A 66-year-old Centralia man, John Itter, was arrested by Centralia Police for criminal trespass to land for entering Skipper’s Inn where he had earlier been banned.

46-year-old Jeffrey Hawkins of Oak Grove in Alma was arrested by sheriff’s deputies Friday night for alleged disorderly conduct.

53-year-old Bennie McNeil of East Chestnut in Odin was given a notice to appear after being arrested by sheriff’s deputies for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving on a suspended license.

Four others were arrested on outstanding warrants. 33-year-old Clay Mitchell of Miliken Drive in Carlyle was arrested by sheriff’s deputies for failure to appear on an aggravated battery charge. He remained in custody Saturday in lieu of $5,000 bond. 34-year-old Amanda McMullin of North Everett in Odin was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bond after being arrested by Odin Police on a Marion County traffic warrant. 30-year-old Rodney Wynn of North College in Centralia was transferred to the Effingham County Jail after being arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding Effingham County warrant. 28-year-old Colleen Hawley of Browntown, Wisconsin was arrested by sheriff’s deputies on an outstanding Marion County misdemeanor warrant. She was released after posting $250 bond.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Department is investigating two burglary complaints. Casey Mulvaney reported for the second time his home on the Kinoka Road in rural Patoka has been broken into. A representative of Jeff Dunahee Reality reported entry had been gained to some of the store units in the 4,000 block of Selmaville Road in rural Salem.

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