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  • October Police Beat

    *A vehicle which was stopped on 10/01/15, at about 6:15p.m., was reportedly clocked travelling 70 miles per hour while in a 55 miles per hour zone. The driver, Corey Ford of Springfield, was given a warning ticket for an alleged speeding violation and was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended license.
    *Eric Christine of Edinburg was stopped on 10/06/15, at about 9:00p.m. Christine was issued a citation for reportedly driving on a suspended license.
    *A stop of a vehicle which occurred on 10/11/15, at about 4:00p.m., resulted in the arrest of the driver Farid Hernandez of Springfield. Hernandez was ticketed for allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license.
    *A high school administrator contacted the police on 10/16/15, stating she had two students in her office who she believed were under the influence of marijuana. An officer responded to the school and met with a school administrator, the two students suspected of drug usage, and their parents. After a brief meeting with the students where legal consequences were discussed the students left the school with their parents.
    *An individual who resides in the 400 block of Heathrow called to report she had been a victim of a theft. The resident stated sometime in mid-October someone stole several items from her purse. She was not sure when the incident occurred nor did she know where her purse was when the items were stolen. The victim was concerned as her driver’s license and social security card were missing.
    *Officers were sent to a residence in the 100 block of John Street for a domestic disturbance at 2:30a.m., on 10/22/15. The complainant told the officers she was trying to sleep, but her intoxicated boyfriend kept waking her up to argue with her. Officer s assisted with making arrangements to keep the subjects apart until the male had sobered up. There was no evidence that a crime had occurred.
    *Tracey Ridgeway of Springfield was stopped by an officer on 10/25/15, at 5:15p.m. During the stop the officer was informed there was a valid warrant for Ridgeway’s arrest which had been issued by Sangamon County Authorities. Ridgeway was taken to the Sangamon County Jail.
    *On 10/27/15, at 12:35a.m., an officer observed a vehicle parked near a dumpster in the back lot of the Phillips 66 station. As the officer got near the vehicle he noticed a female subject who was sitting inside. The female reportedly told the officer her tires were low, however, all four tires appeared to be fine. During the course of the investigation the officer reportedly discovered the female subject was in possession of marijuana and other drugs. The investigation eventually resulted in the arrest of the female, Gerrie Crenshaw, for alleged drug charges.
    *A resident who lives near the intersection of Camelot and Pellinor had an object strike his house on 10/28/15, at about 6:00p.m. When he checked to see if any damage had occurred he found a small hole in a window. It is unknown what type of object struck the window or who may have caused the damage.
    *An officer met with an employee of the Rochester State Bank on 10/30/15, after the bank had received a counterfeit $20 bill. The employee stated the counterfeit bill came from a customer who didn’t realize it was a fake bill. The officer contacted the Secret Service’s Office notifying them of the situation. Per their request the item was sent to their office for follow-up investigation.
    *A burglary report was taken on 10/30/15, at 7:15p.m. The victim, who resides in the 400 block of North Walnut Street, reported she had several tools stolen from an outbuilding. She was not sure when the items were taken, but indicated she had not used the tools in the past two months. The list of stolen items included a compound miter saw and a socket set. The tools were valued at $250.
    *Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress call on 10/31/15, at 2:45 p.m. The officers were told by dispatch that two juvenile females had just come out of the church on Vernon Drive and were seen carrying a television. When the complainant was spotted by the juveniles they reportedly dropped the television set and took off running. After speaking with subjects who were associated with the church, it was determined that the juveniles hadn’t entered the building and the television set which had been dropped on the sidewalk didn’t belong to the church. The officers were unable to locate the juveniles and were unable to determine the owner of the television. The television set, an older model 13 inch Sharp brand, shattered when it hit the pavement.
    *At 9:15p.m., on 10/31/15, an officer was sent to the area of Parkview Drive and Old Timbers Drive in reference to a complaint of reckless driving. The complainant reported a subject in a maroon car drove through the area squealing tires and travelling at a high rate of speed. The vehicle struck a basketball standard which was near the road and then left the area. A short time later an officer spotted a maroon vehicle which had damage to the front end. A stop was conducted on the vehicle and during the course of the investigation the juvenile driver admitted to the reckless driving allegation. His mother was contacted and she arrived on scene. The juvenile was released into her custody.

    Criminal Reports
    Burglary – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 3; Criminal Damage to State Supported Property – 1; Possession of Cannabis – 1; Possession of a Controlled Substance – 1; Possession of Drug Equipment – 2; Warrant Arrest --- 1
    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 6; Improper Lane Usage – 1; No Valid License – 1; No Valid Registration –1; Operation of Uninsured Vehicle – 3; Reckless Driving – 1; Speeding –20; Suspended / Revoked Drivers –6; Warnings Issued – 69
    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls –7 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 25; Assist Other Police Agency – 31 ; Building / Business Checks – 15; Burglar Alarms –13; Citizen Assists – 47; Disturbance – 2; Domestic Trouble – 2; Mental Cases – 1; Mischievous Conduct – 1; Motorist Assists – 19; Neighborhood Trouble – 2; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 26; Traffic Control – 2; Vacation Watches -- 137


  • September 2015 Police Beat

    SEPTEMBER 2015 POLICE BEAT

    *A large amount of cash was reported stolen from a business in the 100 block of East Main Street. It is believed the theft occurred between 09/05/15, and 09/08/15. There was no sign of forced entry to the building during this time nor was there any evidence indicating someone had been in the building after business hours. The owners were continuing to check with employees in an attempt to obtain additional information.

    *A vehicle being driven by Katherine Riley of Springfield was stopped on 09/08/15, at about 5:20p.m. During the stop the officer learned that Riley was allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license.

    *The restroom facilities on Ebel Drive at the Community Park were damaged by fire on 09/08/15. When the public works employees inspected the facility on 09/09/15, they found that a fire had been started in the men’s restroom and spread to the women’s side before extinguishing itself. There was noticeable damage in the men’s restroom and smoke damage on the women’s side. Damage was estimated to be in excess of $500.

    *Police were notified of extensive damage to several grassy areas at the north park near the water tower on 09/09/15. It appeared someone had driven a truck through the grassy area causing large ruts. In many areas the ruts were 12 to 18 inches deep. The damage to the park was estimated to be in excess of $500. Shortly after being notified of the incident, a truck was seen at the high school which was covered in mud. When officers spoke with the juvenile subject who owned the truck he admitted he had driven through the park after a recent rain. The juvenile and his parents agreed to make restitution for the damages.

    *On 09/14/15, at 7:00p.m., officers were sent to a residence in the 100 block of Mill Street to meet with a subject in reference to a car accident. The resident told officers her vehicle was struck sometime between 9:30p.m. and 10:30p.m., on 09/13/15, causing damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle. When the resident spoke to a subject, whom she identified as Carey Clemons, Clemons admitted to her she had backed into her vehicle. Officers eventually made contact with Clemons. Due to the circumstances surrounding the accident, Clemons was cited for the following alleged violations: operating an uninsured motor vehicle; driving without a valid license; no valid registration; and leaving the scene of an accident.

    *A vehicle being driven by Keith Westbrook of Taylorville was stopped on 09/13/15, at about 11:20p.m. During the stop the officer learned that Westbrook’s driver’s license had been suspended. He was cited for the alleged violation.

    *On 09/19/15, at 1:45a.m., a vehicle which was being driven by Anna Robinson of Staunton was stopped. Robinson was ticketed for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *A resident on Lancelot Drive reported to the police on 09/19/15, that the exterior of his house had been damaged recently. He recalled hearing a loud noise outside of his residence several days ago, but didn’t think there was a problem. When he was walking around his house today he noticed extensive damage to a window in the area where the noise had originated. It appeared a large object had struck the window damaging the frame and the stone ledge directly under the window.

    *The owner of Jostes Car Wash contacted the police on 09/22/15, to file a report. He stated sometime within the past several days three of the coin boxes were broken into and coins were stolen from the boxes. Total loss was estimated at $450 due to damages and lost money.

    *The police were notified on 09/25/15, at 8:00p.m. that a subject’s vehicle had been burglarized while it had been parked at the Community Park. The victim reported she parked her vehicle at the Community Park in order to use the bike trail. When she returned to her car she noticed her purse was missing from the vehicle. The victim reported she had a cell phone and $1000 in cash in her purse at the time it was taken. It appeared entry to the vehicle was made thru an unlocked back door.

    *An altercation between several juveniles occurred on 09/25/15, in the high school parking lot. Officers were notified of the incident by one of the juvenile’s parents after the juvenile had returned home. The juvenile admitted to officers he had made comments on Facebook about another individual which angered that person. The juvenile stated he was confronted by the subject and several of her friends in the high school parking lot. He reported he was punched by several of them before being able to run to a friend’s house. The juvenile did not appear to have any injuries and stated he did not need medical attention. Neither the juvenile nor his parent wanted any legal action taken. The officer went to spoke to the other parties in an attempt to resolve the situation.

    *Several vehicles were burglarized on 09/25/15, and 09/26/15. The vehicles had been parked at a residence in the 400 block of East Main Street when the burglaries occurred. It appears all of the vehicles were unlocked as there were no signs of forced entry. Property missing from the vehicles included: a purse containing various credit cards; face plate from a CD player; and miscellaneous coins.

    *Officers were sent to a domestic disturbance in the 100 block of Mill Street on 09/27/15, at 7:20p.m. An individual kicked in a door to gain entrance to a residence as he was reportedly concerned about another family member who was inside the residence. The situation was eventually sorted out and officers learned the incident was part of ongoing family difficulties. Two juveniles, including the one who had kicked in the door, were allowed to leave the scene with another family member. It was determined no physical altercation had occurred.

    *Two houses located in the 700 block of Heathrow were egged sometime during the night of 09/29/15. Both houses had egg yolk stains and egg shells on the front of the house. It appears the victims will be able to remove the egg mess without any permanent damage having been done.

    Criminal Reports
    Aggravated Battery – 1; Arson – 1; Battery – 1; Burglary to Vehicle – 1; Criminal Sexual Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 3; Criminal Damage to State Supported Property – 1; Domestic Battery – 1; Residential Burglary – 1; Theft – 2; Theft form Coin Operated Machine – 1; Unlawful Use of a Weapon

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 5; Failure to Reduce Speed – 2; Hit and Run – 2; Improper Use of /registration – 1; No Valid License – 1; No Valid Registration –8; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle –2; Operation While Registration Suspended – 2; Reckless Driving – 1; Speeding –3; Suspended / Revoked Drivers –6; Warnings Issued – 44

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 5 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 11; Assist Other Police Agency – 22 ; Building / Business Checks – 22; Burglar Alarms –9; Citizen Assists – 43; Disturbance – 1; Mental Cases – 1; Mischievous Conduct – 1; Missing Person 1; Motorist Assists – 12; Neighborhood Trouble – 5; Suspicious Auto – 9; Suspicious Vehicle – 10; Traffic Details – 5; Vacation Watches -

  • AUGUST 2015 POLICE BEAT

                                                                         AUGUST POLICE BEAT

    *Officers were contacted on 08/01/15, at 8:15p.m., in reference to a disturbance which had occurred at the Phillips 66 Station. When they arrived they met with an adult male who claimed he was battered by a female subject while at the station. According to the victim, he made a comment to the female which made her angry. He reported she struck him 4 to 5 times in the back of his head. The female subject had left the area by the time officers had arrived. A report has been forwarded to the State’s Attorney’s Office.

    *On 08/03/15, two individuals came to the police department to report they were victims of a forgery. The couple stated they wrote their 31 year-old granddaughter a check for $150.00 back in June. They recently received their bank statement and noticed the check was changed from $150.00 to $750.00. An investigation into the incident resulted in the police obtaining an arrest warrant for the suspect, Deirdre Ferry. She was eventually arrested on the warrant on 08/11/15.

    *When the owners of a residence in the 200 block of Cumberland returned home on 08/03/15, they discovered their house had been burglarized. The victim reported she had been running errands earlier in the day and returned home about 1:00p.m. After returning home, they found several items had been taken from the house. Reported missing were: one XBOX; one IPAD; cash; and numerous silver pieces. The loss was estimated to be in excess of $3000.00. The suspect(s) may have entered the house through an unlocked door. At this time the investigation is ongoing.

    *Numerous tools were reported stolen from a garage in the 400 block of Mill Street. The victim, who had been unable to secure the garage due to recent construction, told police the theft occurred sometime between 08/04/15, and 08/06/15. The loss was estimated at $400.

    *A vehicle being driven by Nathaniel Raynes of Springfield was stopped on 08/06/15, at 12:00a.m. Raynes was issued a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *On 08/06/15, at 3:45p.m., a vehicle being driven by Timothy Morrisey was stopped. The report indicates Morrisey was arrested for driving on a revoked license.

    *Haratio Austin of Springfield was stopped for an alleged speeding violation on 08/09/15, at about 10:00p.m. A check of Austin’s driver’s license revealed he was currently driving on a suspended license.

    *A vehicle which had been parked at a residence in the 400 block of East Main was damaged sometime after 12:00a.m., on 08/11/15. The owner of the vehicle reported his 1993 Chevrolet Truck had been keyed on the driver’s side door.

    *A resident in the 100 block of Cumberland contacted the police on 08/13/15. He reported he believed an ex-girlfriend had been inside his residence without his permission and had tampered with things in the residence. He said nothing had been damaged or stolen. The complainant told the police his ex-girlfriend and he were currently awaiting a court’s decision in regards to custody of their children. It was decided the incident would be documented, but not forwarded at this time.

    *Christopher Rice of Pana was stopped on 08/14/15, at 5:45p.m., for an alleged speeding violation. During the stop, the officer was informed Rice’s driver’s license was currently revoked. Police reports indicate he was cited for both alleged violations.

    *On 08/16/15, at about 11:00a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle being driven by James Luetzow of Taylorville for an alleged speeding violation. A check of Luetzow’s driver’s license status indicated he was currently driving on a suspended license. He received tickets for both alleged offenses.

    *A subject who was allegedly driving on a revoked license was arrested and taken to the Sangamon County Jail on 08/19/15, at 3:30p.m. James Seagle, of Mechanicsburg, was travelling on Route 29 when he was stopped. During the stop, officers learned Seagle had a revoked driver’s license.

    *On 08/21/15, officers were notified of a subject who was staying with her sister in the Rochester area and had an outstanding arrest warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County Authorities in 2000. Officers located the subject wanted on the warrant, Carey Clemons, at an address in the 100 block of Mill Street. She was taken into custody and transported to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *A stop of a vehicle for a registration violation on 08/27/15, at 5:40p.m., resulted in the arrest of the driver for allegedly driving on a suspended license. Stephanie Rutherford of Loami was issued a ticket for the reported suspension and given a warning for the expired registration.

    *Officers were sent to a residence in the 100 block of Potomac on 08/28/15, at 2:30p.m. The complainant had called dispatch telling the operator that her mother had not been taking her medication and was hitting herself in the face. Officers spoke with the subject’s mother who admitted to them she didn’t want to keep on living. The subject was transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

    *Officers stopped a vehicle on 08/28/15, at about 1:45a.m., and learned the driver of the vehicle was reportedly driving on a suspended license. Aequilla Brown was issued a citation for allegedly driving while her license was suspended.

    *A disturbance was reported to the police on 08/28/15, at about 8:00p.m. Officers were sent to an apartment complex in the 100 block of Mill Street. They arrived and met with the two parties who had been in a disturbance. The report indicates the two subjects, who happened to be sisters, appeared to be highly intoxicated and admitted to the police they had been drinking and arguing all afternoon. The two continued yelling at each other while the police were present. They eventually calmed down and were separated for the evening.

    Criminal Reports
    Aggravated Battery – 1; Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 1; Criminal Trespass to Residence – 1; Forgery – 1; Residential Burglary – 1; Theft – 3; Warrant Arrest --1


    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 4; Fleeing / Attempting to Elude Police – 1; Illegal Transportation of Alcohol – 1; Improper Use of /registration – 1; No Valid License – 1; No Valid Registration –8; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle –5; Operation While Registration Suspended – 2; Reckless Driving – 1; Speeding –9; Suspended / Revoked Drivers –10; Warnings Issued – 69

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls –10 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 15; Assist Other Police Agency – 24 ; Building / Business Checks – 8; Burglar Alarms –11; Citizen Assists – 42; Disturbance – 3; Health Hazard – 1; Mental Cases – 1; Mischievous Conduct – 5; Missing Person 1; Motorist Assists – 7; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 11; Vacation Watches -- 177



  • JULY 2015 POLICE BEAT

    JULY POLICE BEAT

    *At about 4:00p.m., on 07/02/15, the police were contacted about a mailbox which had been destroyed in the Woodlands Subdivision. The officer went to the scene and determined the mailbox had been struck by a car as there were pieces of a bumper near the damaged mailbox. Officers were able to locate the vehicle and the subject who had been driving. The driver admitted to striking the mailbox and leaving the scene without making notification. She also stated she had been on her cell phone at the time of the accident. The driver, a juvenile, was issued citations for using a cell phone while operating a vehicle and for leaving the scene of an accident.

    *On 07/04/15, at about 9:00p.m., officers who were working the 4th of July carnival were informed by dispatch of a subject who was believed to be in attendance at the carnival and had made threats to another person about hurting himself. Officers located the subject and questioned him about the situation. They decided to contact his parents and release him into their custody.

    *On 07/07/15, at approximately 3:00p.m., police were advised of a subject driving a white van recklessly southbound on Route 29. An officer eventually caught up to the van and conducted a stop. An investigation into the stop resulted in the driver of the vehicle, Donald Foster of Edinburg, being ticketed for allegedly driving on a suspended license and operating a vehicle without insurance.

    *Dawn Dudra of Pana was issued multiple citations on 07/11/15, at 7:15p.m. Dudra was cited for allegedly driving while her license was suspended and driving without insurance.

    *A subject driving a vehicle with a reported suspended registration was stopped on 07/18/15, at about 8:00p.m. During the stop the officer learned the driver of the vehicle, Lacey Shanle of Edinburg, was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County authorities.

    *A vehicle which was northbound on Route 29 near Taft Drive was clocked on radar travelling a reported 74 miles per hour on 07/19/15, at about 5:00p.m. The car, which was being driven by Christopher Warner of Springfield, was stopped near the intersection of Route 29 and Tuxhorn Road. Warner was arrested for allegedly driving on a revoked license.

    *Two citations were issued to Jodee Carey of Kincaid on 07/22/15, at about 4:00p.m. An officer stopped a vehicle being driven by Carey and reported Carey was driving without insurance and on a suspended license. She was ticketed for both alleged offenses.

    *A reported violation of the Village Animal Ordinance occurred on 07/22/15. The complainant advised he was walking his dog near the intersection of North Walnut Street and Circle Drive when two other dogs came out of a yard and attacked his dog. The complainant’s dog had been bitten on the back and the tail by the other dogs. The officer was able to identify the owner of the dogs, and then issued him an animal ordinance citation due to the violations.

    *A vehicle being driven by John Esslinger was stopped on 07/25/15, at 6:00p.m. Esslinger, of Springfield, was ticketed for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *A female resident contacted the police on 07/28/15, and reported she was assaulted while walking on the Lost Bridge Trail on 07/26/15, at approximately 7:00p.m. According to the victim, a teenage male subject who was riding a bicycle passed her going in the opposite direction while on the trail. This same subject passed her again a short time later; however, as he passed this time he grabbed the female’s buttocks nearly knocking her to the ground. When she exited the trail she saw the subject sitting on a bench and she recognized him. The 16 year-old male was eventually interviewed by the police, and according to the report, admitted to the incident. The report has been forwarded to the State’s Attorney’s Office.

    *Officers were sent to a residence in the 400 block of Pleasant Lane on 07/28/15, at 7:00p.m., to meet with a subject who claimed she was being threatened. When officers arrived they learned the threats had been received by the victim from a Facebook message. The message indicated the victim would be hurt if money which was owed was not paid. When the officers began asking questions to gather additional information, the victim stated she wanted the police to be aware of the incident, but didn’t want an investigation to occur.

    *On 07/28/15, at about 9:00p.m., a vehicle being driven by Jacob Miller of Taylorville was stopped. Miller was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license.
    *A vehicle being driven by Cory Scribner of Pana was stopped on 07/29/15, at 5:45p.m. During the stop, the officer learned Scribner didn’t have a valid driver’s license and he had a valid warrant for his arrest which had been issued by Shelby County authorities.

    Criminal Reports
    Aggravated Battery – 1; Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 1; Criminal Sexual Abuse – 1; Identity Theft – 1; Telephone Harassment – 1; Theft – 1; Warrant Arrest -- 2

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 5; Failure to Reduce Speed – 2; Improper Use of /registration – 1; No Valid License – 3; No Valid Registration –8; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 7; Operation While Registration Suspended – 6; Speeding –10; Suspended / Revoked Drivers –7; Traffic Detail – 3; Warnings Issued – 77

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls –9 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 22; Assist Other Police Agency – 19 ; Building / Business Checks – 15; Burglar Alarms –7; Citizen Assists – 39; Death Natural Causes –1; Disturbance – 1; Found Articles – 4; Mental Cases – 1; Mischievous Conduct –2; Motorist Assists – 21; Neighborhood Trouble – 3; Noise Complaints – 1; Suspicious Person / Vehicle –21; Vacation Watches -- 187

     

  • JUNE 2015 POLICE BEAT

    *A resident from Merlin Drive contacted the police on 06/04/15, in reference to an ongoing problem she has had with an ex-family member. The complainant has received numerous threatening text messages from the suspect. Copies of the messages were obtained and a report was completed. The victim was referred to the States Attorney’s Office to seek an order of protection.

    *A vehicle parked in the 400 block of Parkview Drive was damaged sometime during the evening hours on 06/04/15. The victim reported he found the driver’s side window had been shattered when he went to go to work at 7:00a.m., on 06/05/15. Damage was estimated at $200.

    *A vehicle which was stopped on 06/05/15, at about 8:00p.m., resulted in the arrest of the driver, Jamale Rhone of Springfield. During the stop the officer was advised Rhone’s driver’s license was suspended.

    *Dylan Blanford of Taylorville had been travelling on Route 29 on 06/06/15, at 5:30p.m. when he was stopped by an officer. Blanford was issued a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *Officers were sent to a report of a disturbance at a business in the 200 block of South Walnut on 06/13/15, at 1:00p.m. Upon their arrival they were informed by an employee of the business that 2 male subjects had come into the business and had threatened one of the other employees. She also reported the 2 male subjects were still in the parking lot. Officers located the subjects as they were preparing to leave the area. After speaking to all who were reportedly involved in the confrontation it was decided a report would be completed, but due to the circumstances no arrests would be made. However, during the investigation of the incident it was reported one of the subjects, Archiebald Doe of Springfield, had driven to the business without a valid license. Doe was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended license and operating without insurance.

    *Phillip Ray of Springfield was stopped on 06/13/15, at 7:40p.m. Ray was issued citations for allegedly driving on a suspended license and operating a vehicle without insurance.

    *A vehicle driven by Rachel Stark of Springfield was stopped on 06/14/15, at 6:50p.m. Stark was issued a ticket for allegedly driving while her license was suspended.

    *On 06/15/15, a vehicle which was stopped resulted in the arrest of the driver, Tyronne Jackson of Springfield. The officer learned during the stop that Jackson was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County Authorities. He was arrested and taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *An officer responded to a business in the 400 block of State Street on 06/21/15, at 11:30a.m., as an employee called in to report a suspicious person in the business. The complainant reported the person had been in the business for over an hour and was simply staring off into the distance. The officer made contact with the individual and learned she was going through some emotional / mental issues. He eventually contacted the adult female’s mother and made arrangements for her to pick up her daughter. She was picked up by the mother who was planning to take her daughter to the hospital for an evaluation.

    *Approximately $100 worth of damage was done to the restroom of the comfort station located at West Main and Route 29. The north and east walls of the restroom had been spray painted with black paint. The damage was done sometime before 10:30p.m., on 06/21/15.

    *Reginald Brooks of Springfield was stopped on 06/21/15. Brooks was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    Criminal Reports
    Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 2; Criminal Damage to State Supported Property – 1; Criminal Sexual Assault – 1; Deceptive Practices –1; Identity Theft – 2; Stalking –1; Telephone Harassment – 1; Theft – 2; Warrant Arrest -- 1

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 5; Failure to Reduce Speed – 4; Hi and Run – 1; Improper Use of /registration – 1; No Valid License – 2; No Valid Registration – 5; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 6; Operation While Registration Suspended – 3; Speeding – 5; Suspended / Revoked Drivers –7; Traffic Detail – 2; Warnings Issued – 65

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 8 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 21; Assist Other Police Agency – 22 ; Building / Business Checks – 20; Burglar Alarms – 7; Citizen Assists – 40; Disturbance – 1; Domestic Trouble – 1; Found Articles – 3; Mental Cases – 1; Motorist Assists – 21; Neighborhood Trouble – 2; Noise Complaints – 1; Suspicious Person / Vehicle –147; Vacation Watches -- 89


  • MAY 2015 POLICE BEAT

    *After stopping a vehicle which had been travelling southbound on Route 29 on 05/02/15, at 12:20a.m., the investigating officer was told the driver was currently driving on a suspended license. The driver, Dylan Blanford of Taylorville, was ticketed for the alleged offense.

    * A subject came to the police department on 05/02/15, at 12:30p.m., to report a theft of gasoline. The victim told the officer he went to the Phillips 66 station and filled up a 5 gallon gas can. He went inside the store and paid for the gas, and then left without placing the can back into his truck. When he returned to the store a short time later he found that the gas can had been stolen. On 05/22/15, officers located the subject who had taken the container. He admitted to taking the container telling the officer the same thing had happened to him in the past. The container was refilled and returned to the victim.

    *A vehicle being driven by Nicholas Hartwick of Springfield was stopped on 05/04/15, at 1:40p.m. A check of Hartwick’s driver’s license revealed he was currently wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County Authorities. He was taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *An officer stopped a vehicle which had been travelling on Route 29 on 05/05/15, at about 11:30a.m. The officer reported the vehicle was being driven by Timothy Dean of Taylorville. Dean was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *Scott Miller was stopped on 05/05/15, at 5:45p.m., at the intersection of East Main and Water Streets. Miller received a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *Julianna Scott of Taylorville was stopped on 05/05/15, at 2:40p.m., while travelling on Route 29. Scott was ticketed for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *A subject who was mowing grass in the 300 block of Park Street reported he left his string trimmer in the front yard while he was mowing in the back, and when he returned to the front the trimmer was gone. The trimmer was described as an orange colored Stihl string trimmer valued at $200. The incident occurred on 05/06/15, at approximately 1:00p.m.

    *A residential burglary was reported to the police on 05/06/15, at 7:45p.m. The victim, who resides in the 200 block of Water Street, told police he had three bicycles taken from an attached garage along with cash which had been taken from inside the residence. After speaking with the victim and with several neighbors, officers gained information as to a suspect. He was contacted and admitted he had come to the residence from Springfield and had stolen the items. A report has been forwarded to the Sangamon County Juvenile Authorities.

    *On 05/08/15, at approximately 8:00p.m., officers responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence on Penacook Street. Officers learned that the complainant’s teenage son had become angry and began damaging the house. According to the report, the teenager became angry when his mother took some electronic equipment from him. Arrangements were made for the juvenile to stay with a friend’s family for the evening and a report was sent to the juvenile authorities.

    *Several officers were dispatched to a residence on Taft Drive on 05/13/15, at 1:00a.m., for a reported burglary in progress. Officers arrived and met with the owner of the residence who told them he heard someone trying to get into his house through the front door. The resident went to the door and found it was unlocked. When he looked outside he saw someone standing in the road. After a short period of time the resident observed a male subject come back to the door, and begin pulling on the door handle. When the resident yelled at him he took off running. The subject, who turned out to be a juvenile, was eventually located by the officers. He told the officers his girlfriend, who lives at the residence, gave him permission to come into the house after her parents had gone to bed. He explained when he saw the owner of the house at the front door he took off running. Officers spoke to all of the parents about the situation and then released the male subject into the custody of his father.

    *On 05/18/15, at 5:40p.m., a vehicle being driven by Crystal Parks of Sterling was stopped. The police report indicates Parks was issued citations for driving while her vehicle registration was suspended. While the officer was checking her driver’s license status he was informed Parks was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Whiteside County Authorities. She was taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *Beau Jarman of Hillsboro was stopped on 05/19/15, at 2:10p.m. Jarman was issued a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *Steel chains and steel clevises were stolen from a construction site at 200 Ebel Drive sometime after 5:00p.m., on 05/21/15, and prior to 8:00a.m., on 05/22/15. An employee with Prairie State Plumbing and Heating reported the incident to the police estimating the equipment at $1800.

    *Keith Merrick of Springfield was stopped while travelling on Route 29 on 05/24/15, at 8:50p.m. Merrick was cited for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *An officer was sent to the Rochester Intermediate School on 05/27/15, in reference to an incident which had occurred at 9:00a.m., that day. School personnel advised a student had become angry and threw several chairs striking another student causing a minor injury to the student.

    *James Snell of Edinburg was stopped on 05/27/15, at 5:45p.m. Snell was issued a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *Courtney Jackson of Springfield was stopped on05/27/15, at 9:21p.m. Jackson was issued a citation for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    Criminal Reports
    Assault – 1; Battery – 1; Burglary – 1; Burglary to Vehicle – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 1; Criminal Sexual Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – ; Telephone Harassment – 1; Theft – 3; Warrant Arrest -- 2

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 5; Failure to Reduce Speed – 4; Improper Use of /registration – 1; No Valid License – 1; No Valid Registration – 1; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 6; Operation While Registration Suspended – 3; Other Miscellaneous Incidents – 7; Speeding – 6; Suspended / Revoked Drivers – 9; Traffic Detail – 2; Warnings Issued – 58

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 8 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 23; Assist Other Police Agency – 17 ; Building / Business Checks – 16; Burglar Alarms – 12; Citizen Assists – 29; Disturbance – 1; Domestic Trouble – 3; Motorist Assists – 18; Neighborhood Trouble – 2; Noise Complaints – 1; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 7; Vacation Watches -- 89




  • APRIL 2015 POLICE BEAT

    POLICE BEAT APRIL 2015

    *As employees of a towing service were attempting to re-possess a vehicle, which had been owned by a female resident in the 400 block of Pleasant Lane, the female jumped into the car preventing the employees from taking the car. Prior to the officer’s arrival the female had been trying to drive her vehicle off the tow dolly causing damage to her vehicle and the tow truck. When the officer arrived the female got out of her vehicle and turned over the keys. After checking the repossession paperwork and noting that it was valid, the tow company took the vehicle.

    *A burglary to a vehicle was reported on 04/03/15. The victim stated he left his vehicle parked in the parking lot of Beginning Steps Daycare and when he went to get back into his vehicle he noticed items were missing. Taken from the truck were 2 pairs of sunglasses, a checkbook and miscellaneous change.

    *At 7:50p.m., on 04/05/15, a vehicle being driven by Keith Weller of Palmer was stopped. During the stop the officer learned that Weller was driving on a revoked driver’s license. He was arrested and taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *On 04/16/15, at 8:20a.m., officers were notified about a person driving recklessly on State Street near Route 29. The vehicle was located in the True Value parking lot and was being driven by an elderly female. The female told the officer she had been driving fine even though the officer had received multiple reports of her reckless driving. As the officer was talking with the driver 2 other subjects, who were familiar with the driver, arrived and arranged to get her home safely.

    *Police and EMS personnel were sent to the Rochester High School on 04/17/15. A female high school student was having stomach pain along with repeated bouts of vomiting. After being transported to the hospital, it was determined the student had come to school with an extremely high blood alcohol content.

    *An officer was sent to John and East Main on 04/18/15, at 7:30a.m., as a resident had called in stating she noticed a parked vehicle that appeared to have been damaged. The officer found the vehicle parked in the business area of John Street and noted the driver’s side and passenger’s side window had been smashed. The owner of the vehicle was located and she told the officer she has been going through some recent problems with her ex-boyfriend. Officers made contact with him and he admitted to causing the damage. The victim didn’t want to pursue charges against him at this time.

    *Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 500 block of Mill Street on 2 separate occasions on 04/18/15, due to a disturbance between a male and a female. The subjects had been living together, but were in the process of separating when they began arguing about property. The officers assisted the parties in resolving the situation for the evening.

    *A resident of the Woodlands Subdivision contacted the police on 04/19/15. She stated sometime last night subject(s) spray painted obscene drawings on the mat of their trampoline. The graffiti was done with white spray paint damaging a large area of the mat.

    *On 04/20/15, a citizen reported he had his shotgun stolen from the bed of his pick-up truck while the truck was parked at a business in the 400 block of State Street. The victim said he went into the business at about 11:50a.m. and returned to his vehicle ten minutes later. At that time he noticed his 12 gauge shotgun and case had been stolen from the bed of his truck. The gun was valued at $250.

    *A resident who had been walking her dog on South Walnut Street on 04/21/15, reported to police her dog was attacked by another dog. She believed the dog responsible for the attack belonged to someone who lived in the 500 block of South Walnut. An officer was able to make contact with the owner of the dog who admitted his dog had left the yard and went after the other dog. The owner, who agreed to take care of all vet expenses, was served with an animal ordinance violation.

    *After pumping $40 worth of gasoline into the tank of a white Dodge Caravan a white male subject got into the van and drove away without paying for the fuel. The incident occurred on 04/11/15, at 2:15p.m. The vehicle was occupied by a white female passenger and was seen leaving southbound on Route 29.

    *An officer stopped a vehicle on 04/23/15, at 10:00p.m. due to an expired registration sticker. During the course of the stop the officer learned the driver, who was from Springfield, had an unserved order of protection issued against him in Macoupin County. The subject was served with a short form order of protection and given a written warning for the expired sticker.

    *On 04/25/15, at 1:30p.m., an officer met with a subject who was watching a residence for a homeowner in the 200 block of Wildrose. The subject told the officer she had been periodically checking on the residence while the owners were out of town. She reported sometime between 8:00p.m. on 04/23/15 and 12:30p.m. on 04/25/15, a window to a vehicle which had been parked in the driveway had been shattered. It was not immediately apparent how the damage had occurred.

    *A resident who lives in the 100 block of Twin Oaks reported to the police on 04/28/15, her car had been damaged while parked in the school parking lot on the West Main campus. The owner reported she noticed a large scratch on both doors on the driver’s side. She stated she parked the car in the lot located between the two schools from 5:30p.m., until 6:40p.m. When she returned to her car she noticed the damage.

    *Amber Tyler, of Pana, was stopped on 04/29/15, at 6:25a.m. During the stop officers were informed Tyler was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Montgomery County Authorities. She was arrested and taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *After stopping the driver of a pick-up truck on 04/30/15, at about 12:40p.m., dispatch reported that the driver of the vehicle was driving on a suspended driver’s license. The driver, Aron Kretzer, was issued a citation for the alleged suspension violation.

    Criminal Reports
    Assault – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 3; Deceptive Practices – 1; Disorderly Conduct – 1; Identity Theft – 1; Illegal Consumption of Alcohol – 1; Theft – 2; Warrant Arrest -- 1

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 2; No Valid Registration – 2; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 4; Operation While Registration Suspended – 1; Parking Violations –1; Speeding – 11; Suspended / Revoked Drivers – 5; Traffic Detail – 2; Warnings Issued – 76

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 7 ; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 18; Assist Other Police Agency – 25; Building / Business Checks – 40; Burglar Alarms – 1; Citizen Assists – 24; Disturbance – 3; Domestic Trouble – 3; Mental Cases – 2; Motorist Assists – 14; Neighborhood Trouble – 1; School Programs – 6; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 7; Vacation Watches -- 142


  • Village Public Hearing

    Village of Rochester

    PUBLIC HEARING
    Monday, May 4, 2015
    7:00 pm


    Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing, to share information
    with the community regarding interest in bringing a pharmacy to the
    Village of Rochester, will be held in the Rochester Village Hall
    Community Room, #1 Community Drive, Rochester, IL at 7:00 pm on
    Monday, May 4, 2015.

    A. J. Lipka, Community Pharmacy Specialist for TelePharm, will
    be available to present his company, TelePharm.  His company has
    looked at the demographics of Rochester and has interest in opening a
    pharmacy in the Village of Rochester. He will be available to answer
    any questions for the board and citizens present.

    Dated this 27th day of April, 2015

    Deborah R Elderton
    Village Manager

    Stacia Munroe
    Village Clerk

    Publication Date:
    Rochester Times on Thursday, April 30, 2015


  • MARCH 2015 POLICE BEAT

    *On 03/02/15, at about 11:30p.m., an officer was sent to a residence in the 500 block of Sawmill Court in reference to a violation of an order of protection. The officer arrived at the residence and met with the victim who reported her ex-boyfriend, Billy Collins, had contacted her which is a violation of her order of protection. The officer confirmed all the information and eventually arrested Collins for the alleged violation.

    *Mara Miller, of Taylorville, was stopped on 03/08/15, at about 11:00p.m. As a result of the stop Miller was issued a ticket for allegedly driving on a suspended license.

    *During the course of a stop conducted on 03/13/15, at 8:55a.m., an officer discovered that the license plates on the stopped vehicle did not match the vehicle. When the officer checked the driver’s information he found that the driver currently had a revoked license. The driver, Cornelius Roberts of Springfield, was arrested for allegedly driving on a revoked license. He was taken to the Sangamon County Jail and the car was towed.

    *Joseph Allen, of Springfield, was stopped on 03/15/15, at about 2:15p.m. The police report indicates officers learned Allen had been driving on a suspended license. Allen was cited for the alleged violation.

    *Citations were issued to a Danny Sizemore of Springfield on 03/18/15, at about 4:00p.m. for multiple violations. According to reports, during the course of a vehicle stop officers learned Sizemore was allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license as well as failing to provide proof of valid insurance.

    *On 03/19/15, at 10:15p.m., an officer was dispatched to check on the welfare of a motorist who had stopped along Route 29 near Braner Road. The officer made contact with the driver who reportedly told the officer she was in extreme pain and did not want to live any longer. Due to the circumstances the subject was eventually transported to the hospital for an evaluation.

    *The police department was notified on 03/20/15 that a water meter located on North Park Street had been stolen and the meter base had been damaged. The cost to replace the meter was estimated at $1500.

    *A disturbance was reported to the police on 03/22/15, at 11:40a.m. Officers were sent to the Baptist Church parking lot to meet with an individual who had reportedly gotten into an argument with her boyfriend. Officers met with the female subject who told them her boyfriend and she had gotten into an argument in a residence in the 100 block of Willow Road. Officers spoke to all parties and received conflicting information about what had occurred. It was agreed the parties would separate for the time being and arrangements were made for the female to be taken to family in Springfield.

    *On 03/23/15, at approximately 11:00a.m., an officer was sent to check on the welfare of subject who lived in the 400 block of Lexington Drive. Information received from a delivery person and from neighbors indicated the subject hadn’t been seen for an extended period of time which was reported as unusual. Due to the concerns for the subject officers went to the residence and eventually made entry in order to check on the well being of the resident. The subject was not in the house, but officers eventually spoke with a friend who confirmed he was all right.

    *At approximately 10:20a.m., on 03/25/15, reports indicate a vehicle travelling westbound on West Main Street was clocked at 41 miles per hour in a 30 zone. The vehicle was pulled over and contact was made with the driver, Dennis Shannon of Springfield. Shannon was issued citations for the alleged speeding violation and for allegedly driving on a suspended driver’s license.

    *A vehicle which was stopped on 03/29/15, at about 8:45p.m., resulted in the driver receiving multiple citations. The driver, Kimberly Moran of Creve Coeur, was reportedly driving a vehicle with suspended registration. The officer was also told she was currently driving on a suspended license. She received citation for both alleged violations and had her vehicle towed from the scene of the stop.




    Criminal Reports
    Domestic Battery – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 1; Criminal Damage to State Supported Property – 1; Disorderly Conduct – 1; Identity Theft – 3; Telephone Harassment – 1; Theft – 1; Violations of Orders of Protection –1

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 3; Improper Use of Registration – 1; No Drivers License – 3; No Valid Registration – 3; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 4; Operation While Registration Suspended – 5; Parking Violations –3; Speeding – 11; Suspended / Revoked Drivers – 10; Traffic Detail – 3; Warnings Issued – 87

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 8; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 19; Assist Other Police Agency – 19; Building / Business Checks – 20; Burglar Alarms – 6; Citizen Assists – 30; Disturbance – 2; Domestic Trouble – 4; Lost / Found Articles –3; Missing Person – 1; Mental Cases – 5; Motorist Assists – 22; Neighborhood Trouble – 1; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 3; Vacation Watches -- 274


  • FEBRUARY 2015 POLICE BEAT

    *At about 1:00a.m., on 02/03/15, an officer stopped a vehicle as it reportedly failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of West Main and Oak Hill. As the officer spoke with the driver of the vehicle he reported observing several opened beer bottles on the floorboard behind the driver’s seat. A passenger in the vehicle, Denise McGrew of Springfield, admitted the bottles belonged to her. McGrew was ticketed for an alleged illegal consumption of alcohol violation.

    *On 02/04/15, at about 10:30p.m., a vehicle which had been travelling northbound on Route 29 was stopped. During the stop the officer was informed by dispatch the registration on the vehicle was revoked. Crystal Johnson, of Springfield, was issued a citation for the alleged violation and her vehicle was towed.

    *A report was taken on 02/05/15, in regards to damage to two mailboxes which were located near the entrance of Maplehurst Subdivision. The damage occurred sometime during the late evening hours on 02/04/15, or early morning hours on 02/05/15. The damage was estimated at $50.

    *Officers responded to a residence in the 100 block of Twin Oaks on 02/08/15, in reference to a possible animal ordinance violation. When officers met with the owner of the dog they learned the dog had gotten out of the fenced area earlier, but was now in the residence. Officers later learned the dog had attacked another dog while it was loose. The dog which had been attacked had several bite marks in the neck area and had been bleeding. After making contact with Sangamon County Animal Control, the owner of the dog was issued a citation reference the violation.

    *A vehicle was stopped on 02/09/15, at about 3:30p.m., as an officer reported clocking the vehicle at 50 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone. The officer noted that during the course of the stop he smelled what appeared to be marijuana. When he asked the driver, a male juvenile, if he had anything illegal in the car, the driver handed the officer a small amount of marijuana. The driver’s mother was contacted and informed of the situation. Citations were issued for the alleged offenses.

    *Hector Lopez, of Jacksonville, was stopped on 02/11/15, at 4:30p.m. During the stop the officer learned that Lopez’s Illinois driver’s license had been cancelled. He was cited for the alleged offense and an individual with a valid drivers license drove the car from the scene.

    *An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 400 block of North Walnut on 02/12/15, at about 11:30p.m., as a parent had called dispatch and reported their 11 year-old son was missing. After arriving, officers learned the juvenile became angry after an argument and left the home. He was located a short time later at a relative’s house.

    *A vehicle which was parked at the owner’s home in the 400 block of East Main was damaged sometime before 02/16/15. The vehicle, a 1993 Chevrolet truck had numerous deep scratches on one side of the truck. Damage to the truck was estimated at $2450.00.

    *Jessica Link, of Springfield, was stopped on 02/18/15, for reportedly making an illegal turn. As the officer was checking Link’s driving status he learned she had allegedly been driving on a suspended license.

    *A resident in the 500 block of Sattley contacted the police on 02/20/15, to report his home had been burglarized. According to the resident he arrived home and found a pane of glass from one his doors had been removed and was lying on the floor. As he checked his house he noticed two television sets had been stolen and several tools from the garage were missing. A crime scene technician was called to process the scene. At this time the case is still under investigation.

    *Officers were sent to a domestic disturbance in the 100 block of Cumberland on 02/21/15, at 12:40a.m. Officers arrived and learned that an argument had taken place between the resident and her boyfriend. Both subjects, who had been drinking, had calmed down by the time officers arrived. After speaking with both parties, it was decided the two would separate for the night.

    *An officer was sent to the Rochester Junior High School on 02/23/15, at 2:40p.m. to meet with a school administrator. When he arrived he was informed a junior high student had been in possession of a bottle of alcohol which she claimed she had received from another student. Parents were contacted and informed of what had occurred. Disciplinary action is being taken by school authorities.

    *A vehicle was stopped on 02/24/15, at 1:40p.m., due to a reported equipment violation. According to the police report, the driver of the car, Lacey Swinburne of Taylorville, was driving on a suspended driver’s license and was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County authorities. After the car was towed, Swinburne was taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    *On 02/26/15, at 8:30a.m., an officer met with a resident in the 500 block of Sawmill Court. The resident requested to speak with the officer to discuss a domestic problem she has been having with her ex-boyfriend. She stated she recently broke up with the ex-boyfriend and had him leave her house. When she got home today she found various items in the house had been disturbed. She also found a window had been unlocked and it appeared whoever had been in the residence entered through this window. The resident wanted the police to contact the ex-boyfriend and tell him he was no longer welcome at her house. Due to the past history related by the resident, the officer encouraged her to seek an order of protection against the ex-boyfriend.

    *The stop of a vehicle on 02/27/15, at 8:45a.m., resulted in the arrest of a passenger, Lisa Fowler of Springfield. During the stop officers discovered Fowler was wanted on a warrant which had been issued by Sangamon County authorities. She was taken to the Sangamon County Jail.

    Criminal Reports
    Aggravated Battery – 1; Criminal Damage to Property – 1; Criminal Sexual Abuse – 1; ; Deceptive Practices – 1; Illegal Consumption/Possession of Alcohol – 4; Possession of Cannabis – 1; Residential Burglary – 1; Telephone Harassment – 1; Theft – 1; Warrant Arrests – 2

    Traffic Reports
    Accident Investigations – 3; Hit and Run – 1; Illegal Transportation of Alcohol – 1; Improper Use of Registration – 1; No Drivers License – 3; Cancelled / Revoked Registration – 5; No Valid Registration – 3; Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle – 5; Speeding – 7; Suspended / Revoked Drivers – 7; Traffic Detail – 3; Warnings Issued – 72

    Calls for Service
    Animal Related Calls – 9; Assist EMS Dept. / Other Governmental Agency – 21; Assist Other Police Agency – 17; Building / Business Checks – 20; Burglar Alarms – 5; Citizen Assists – 34; Disturbance – 3; Domestic Trouble – 8; Hold-up Alarm – 1; Missing Person – 1; Motorist Assists – 10; Neighborhood Trouble – 1; Suspicious Person / Vehicle – 5; Vacation Watches -- 289


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