Police Blotter | 11/11/2015
- November 18, 2015
(Editor’s note: All 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.)
The theft of tools from a construction trailer set up as part of the 11 South development job site off Sand Bank Road is under investigation.
The alleged theft of a leaf blower valued at $300 from a property in the 700 block of North Main Street is under investigation.
Jesse P. Robertson, 35, of Freeburg, was arrested for possession of cannabis, illegal transportation of alcohol, no insurance, no valid drivers license and expired registration on Admiral Parkway southbound at Veterans Parkway.
Kathleen R. O’Brien, 49, of Arnold, Mo., was arrested for DUI and improper lane usage on I-255 northbound at milepost 7.4.
Shavon Porter, 32, of East St. Louis, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant and also for driving while suspended, no insurance and illegal lane usage on Admiral Parkway southbound at Westpark Drive.
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Ryan Harrison, 25, of Swansea was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.
Katherine Reed of Belleville was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.
Robert Hoff, 57, of Waterloo, was arrested for domestic battery on Lemen Road.
Larry French, 38, of Caseyville, was arrested for felony driving while license revoked (10th offense) on Cascade Drive at Evergreen Lane in Columbia.
Lonnie Pearson, 52, of St. Louis, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and on a St. Louis County warrant on I-255.
Mark A. Young, 31, of Cahokia, was arrested for possession of cannabis (more than 2.5 grams, less than 10 grams).
Amy Van Damme, 27, of Warren, Mich., faces multiple counts of felony forgery after she allegedly used forged checks to obtain thousands of dollars locally. Police continue to investigate.
Waterloo police arrested the driver of a tan 2007 Toyota Corolla without hubcaps and with a Domino’s Pizza sign on top that was reported stolen earlier that day from Belleville. The car was tracked by police via the GPS locator on a cell phone that was inside. The driver was taken into custody near the intersection of Route 3 and Park Street in Waterloo and Belleville police drove to Waterloo to handle the incident.
The theft of tools from a construction site in the 300 block of West Third Street over the weekend is under investigation.