Police Beat: Man Allegedly Violates Order of Protection Three TimesCentralia Police have arrested a 38-year-old Springfield man on three counts of violation of an order of protection. Kenneth Fair is accused of committing the acts against a Centralia woman on three different days. He's accused of entering the woman's home while she was away in October, sending her text messages in November, and taking a center console from her car on December 12th. Fair was taken to the Marion County Jail where he remained on Saturday.
Salem Police arrested 31-year-old William Eagan of Ruble Lane in Salem for alleged criminal trespass to land. Eagan is accused of going to the Red Dog Saloon after being earlier barred from the business. He remained in the Marion County Jail Saturday.
Two people were sent to the Marion County Jail from court on Friday. 23-year-old Brody Vest of Liberty Road in Iuka and 34-year-old Jayme Barnes of West McCord in Centralia were being held on petitions to revoke their probation.
Two others were being held Saturday on failure to appear in court warrants. Bond was set at $5,000 for 22-year-old Natasha Pauley of North Sycamore in Centralia for failure to appear for driving on a suspended license. 44-year-old Kim Pauley of the same address on North Sycamore is being held in lieu of $300 bond for failure to appear on an ordinance violation warrant. Both were arrested on Friday by Centralia Police.
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