(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.)
Ashlee N. Manning-Jarvis, 24, of Waterloo, was arrested for DUI, expired registration and improper lane usage on Route 3 southbound at Hillcastle Road.
Tara D. Seidel, 37, of Waterloo, was arrested for DUI, endangering the welfare of a child, failure to signal when required and illegal transportation of alcohol on Admiral Parkway at Carl Street.
Lisa Ann Coval, 48, of Defiance, Mo., was arrested on a fugitive from justice warrant.
Jerrold Y. Hoffman, 38, of Dupo, was arrested on an in-state warrant and for driving while license revoked, no insurance, improper display of registration and illegal transportation of alcohol.
Dustin B. Harres, 36, and Alexander J. Harres, 31, both of Columbia, were each arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe in the 200 block of North Main Street.
Anthony C. Rovertoni, 32, of Columbia, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.
Zachary R. Gillan, 18, of Columbia, was arrested for DUI, no insurance and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident at South Main Street and Centerville Road.
Aaron W. Ames, 38, of St. Louis, was arrested for an Illinois State Police warrant on Route 3 at Quarry/Palmer Road.
Jeanna Lato, 21, of Oakville, Mo., was arrested on a Monroe County warrant in the 1000 block of North Main Street.
Illinois State Police
Emergency personnel responded about 8:15 a.m. to a two-vehicle crash involving injuries on Route 3 at Hanover Road. ISP said a Ford Edge driven by Wanda Richardson, 40, of Waterloo, turned left from Hanover Road onto Route 3, into the path of a 2001 Mercury Sable driven by Carolyn Pirkle, 71, of Kirkwood, Mo. Both drivers were transported to St. Louis area hospitals for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash.
Monroe County Sheriff
Kyle J. Wacholtz, 46, of Prairie du Rocher, was arrested for violating an order of protection.
Robert R. Ray, 83, of rural Columbia, was transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center in St. Louis County for injuries sustained when the tractor he was driving up a steep hill on Sandalwood Drive near Bluff Road rolled backwards and onto its side before striking an embankment at about 6 p.m.
Scott A. Lloyd, 42, of Burksville, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant for theft stemming from incidents that occurred June 17-18.
A rollover crash occurred about 9:45 p.m. in the area of 884 Floraville Road. A 2008 Acura driven by Kelli Strong, 21, of Waterloo, was traveling east on Floraville Road just west of Grand Prairie Drive when the car struck an embankment, went airborne and overturned. She refused medical transport.
Albert B. Pepper, 55, of St. Louis, was transported to St. Anthony’s Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries sustained when the 1996 Saturn he was driving in the area of 4252 Hanover Road went off the roadway, struck a mailbox and came to rest in a ditch at about 5:40 a.m.
Anthony Newcom, 37, of Columbia, was arrested for resisting/obstructing a peace officer and cited for pedestrian under the influence following a traffic stop on Valmeyer Road in Columbia.
Ruenzo Mitchell, 20, of St. Louis, was arrested for domestic battery on Centerville Road in Columbia.
Amy J. Bryant, 41, of Waterloo, was arrested for domestic battery in the 500 block of West Mill Street.
Jennifer Brooks-Hardy, 38, of Columbia, was arrested on a Monroe County warrant.
Andrew Setzer, 35, of Columbia, was arrested for retail theft at U-Gas after allegedly stealing five packs of cigarettes and a breakfast sandwich.
Andrew Mallery, 18, of Waterloo, was arrested on a St. Clair County warrant on Route 3 at Coxeyville Road.
James Huff, 52, of Waterloo, was arrested for DUI on Rogers Street at East First Street.
Police are investigating a report of spray paint vandalism that occurred between the evening of Sept. 21 and morning of Sept. 22 on the concrete walkway at the entrance to Waterloo High School. The graffiti reportedly involved obscenities and vulgar content.