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Police Blotter 10/31/12

By on November 7, 2012 at 11:00 am

Columbia Police

Oct. 24
Cody S. Jefferis, 20, of Columbia, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant on W. Temple at North Main.

Anthony J. Nesbitt, 42, and Charity N. Martin, 42, of East St. Louis, were arrested for obstructing justice at the Phillips 66, 1553 N. Main Street. Nesbitt was also arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant.

Oct. 27
Heath A. Kipping, 21, of Red Bud, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant on Admiral Parkway at Wedgewood Drive.

Oct. 28
Aaron R. Schmidt, 46, of East Carondelet, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant at 811 N. Metter.

Monroe County Sheriff

Oct. 12
Jason R. McWilliams 25, of Red Bud, was arrested for driving while license suspended and driving with unsafe tires following a crash that occurred around 2:45 a.m. on LL Road one-half mile east of Brickey Road.

Oct. 22
An office of Allen Brand Construction was broken into on Old Red Bud Road, with the throttle assembly for a Honda 350 motor taken along with a video surveillance camera and monitor. The incident is under investigation.

Oct. 24
Tamra Gillam of Crystal City, Mo., was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.

Kodi Lafore of Prairie du Rocher was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.

Oct. 25
Criminal damage to property was reported on Goeddeltown Road. Straps to deer stands were cut on the property.

Oct. 26
Steven P. Becker, 29, of Fults, was cited for driving 103 miles per hour in his car in a 55 mph zone northbound on Route 3 near the YMCA.

Oct. 28
Amber Mueller of Dupo was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.

Waterloo Police

Oct. 12
Andrew Elvis Rednour, 53, of Waterloo, and Steven A. Sperduto, 47, of Waterloo, were each issued city ordinance violations for public fighting at the Jaycee softball fields.

Oct. 30
A complaint of an older white male behind the wheel of a white pickup truck in the area of Shady Oak Lane calling to young children around 2 p.m. Monday was dismissed as a known person from that neighborhood out looking for his dog. Police are no longer considering this a suspicious incident.


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Teryn Schaefer

Teryn was born and raised in Waterloo, growing up watching local sports and Mon-Clair baseball. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri Journalism School and loves cheering on her Tigers any chance she gets.