Police Blotter 12/5/12

Columbia Police

Nov. 27
Justin M. Jennings, 23, of Columbia, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant at 223 Southwoods Drive.

Dec. 1
Trevor J. Stoltz, 25, of Columbia, was arrested in the 200 block of Longview for DUI, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident.

Officers assisted Columbia Fire Department personnel at the scene of a controlled burn that went out of control in the area of 400 Burroughs Road and down the hillside behind Lighthouse Learning Center in Southwoods Center around 11:30 a.m.

Monroe County Sheriff

Nov. 29
Tabitha Perkins was arrested on a fugitive from justice out-of-state warrant, and also for obstructing identification and driving while suspended on Route 3 at Columbia Avenue.

Dec. 1
Todd O. Sweet, 47, of Waterloo, was charged with felony theft after allegedly stealing a Bushnell trail camera in the area of HH Road and Moore Road. The felony charge is due to Sweet having been previously convicted of burglary.

Dec. 2
Todd Riley was transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center for treatment of injuries sustained when his northbound 2012 Harley-Davidson motorcycle left the roadway and crashed in the area of Bluff Road south of Sand Bank Road in Columbia around 11:30 a.m.

Tyler Henry, 19, of Red Bud, was cited for unlawful consumption of alcohol following a call to 2114 Ames Road.

Waterloo Police

Nov. 19
Rachel Taylor, 18, of Waterloo, was charged with battery after allegedly having thrown hot coffee on someone inside U-Gas, 1000 N. Illinois Route 3.

Nov. 28
Michael Schneider, 28, Jacob Pickering, 22, and Rance Leistler, 25, all of Waterloo, were each issued city ordinance violations for public fighting at Fourth Street Bar, 301 S. Moore Street.

Dec. 1
Annie Grasle, 34, of Dupo, was charged with felony retail theft after allegedly having taken 20 items from Walmart with a total value exceeding $300.

Dec. 2
Corey Embrich, 23, of Waterloo, was arrested for a Monroe County warrant on Flower Street at North Church.

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