Police Blotter | 6/13/2018 - Republic-Times | News

Police Blotter | 6/13/2018

By on June 20, 2018 at 10:00 am

(Editor’s note: Information in this report is gathered directly from area police agencies, county courts and emergency radio dispatch. The public is reminded that defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty and charges may sometimes be dropped or reduced as part of the legal process.)

Columbia Police

June 5 – William F. Marx, 27, of St. Louis, was arrested for DUI and speeding on Route 3 northbound at South Main Street.

June 7 – Christian D. Cotton, 22, of Columbia, was charged with felony burglary in connection with a May 14 incident at Big Al’s Dirty Laundry, 125 W. Locust Street.

June 7 – Mark E. Carrico, 59, of Red Bud, was arrested for DUI, driving on the shoulder and disobeying a traffic signal on Route 3 at Hillcastle Lane.

June 7 – Shortly after 11 p.m., Columbia police were notified of a vehicle involved in a crash near St. Louis that may be traveling through the area. An officer observed the vehicle on Route 3 near Moto Mart and attempted to make a traffic stop, but it continued south at a high rate of speed. The vehicle increased its speed south of Columbia city limits before losing control and spinning out into a field off Route 3 near Hanover Road. The driver, Justin Kent, 33, of Red Bud, was transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center in St. Louis County and later arrested for DUI, felony aggravated fleeing/eluding, speeding (110 in a 55 mph zone), driving on the shoulder and no insurance. Kent also faces charges in St. Louis.

June 7 – John H. Cleveland, 56, of Waterloo, was cited for unlawful use of electronic device, driving while license suspended and no insurance on Route 3 at Mark Drive.

June 7 – Derek A. Dillon, 32, of Columbia, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (fentanyl).

June 9 – Madeline C. Bailey, 28, of St. Louis, was arrested for DUI, possession of cannabis, no insurance and improper lighting.

Monroe County Sheriff

June 4 – Scott G. Moore, 48, of Waterloo, was arrested for felony aggravated battery (victim over 60 years old) in the area of 3500 State Route 156.

June 7 – Rhiannon Towler, 37, of New Athens, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant for petition to revoke probation.

June 8 – Randy L. Moore, 55, of Columbia, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant and for obstructing identification.

June 9 – Brandy Lewis, 37, of East Carondelet, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.

June 9 – Kurtis Grahlherr, 36, of Waterloo, was arrested for felony aggravated battery and violation of an order of protection following an incident on Kaskaskia Road in Burksville.

Waterloo Police

June 4 – Jeffrey M. Ahne, 44, of Waterloo, was arrested for DUI on Rogers Street at Hamacher Street.

June 4 – A juvenile female from Columbia was cited for unlawful consumption of alcohol on Fourth Street at Library Street.

June 5 – Melinda Steffen, 32, of Imperial, Mo., was charged with DUI, illegal transportation of alcohol, endangering the welfare of a child and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident that occurred about 9:40 p.m. in the 500 block of South Market Street. Steffen’s car, with a young occupant inside, struck three unoccupied parked vehicles. She was transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center in St. Louis County.

June 5 – Lori Meyer, 47, of Dupo, was arrested for retail theft after allegedly taking various items from Rural King.

June 8 – Ivy M. Myrick, 21, of Waterloo, was arrested for DUI in the 100 block of North Main Street.

June 8 – Conner Merritt, 19, Nicholas Nobbe, 18, Valery Netemeyer, 20, and Paige Henson, 19, all of Waterloo, were cited for unlawful consumption of alcohol on Illinois Avenue at Route 3. Henson was also cited for no insurance.

June 10 – Keith Fischer, 48, of Waterloo, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.

June 12 – Isba Ixtepah, 24, of Waterloo, was arrested for domestic battery in the 1300 block of Rachel Lane.

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