Police Beat for Saturday, August 3rd, 2013
30-year-old Jonathan Dunahee of Dunahee Crossing in Salem remains in jail after being arrested by deputies on a drug court sanction.
Two others remain in jail on outstanding warrants. 29-year-old Nicole Evilsizer of South Locust in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on outstanding Marion and Clinton County warrants. 39-year-old James Morado of Queen Drive in Odin was arrested by Central City Police on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.
21-year-old Lucas Bricker of West Fletcher in Vandalia turned himself in on failure to appear in court on an outstanding traffic warrant. He was released after posting $500 bond.
19-year-old Jazmine Acres of North Sycamore in Centralia was released on her own recognizance after being arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding ordinance violation warrant.
Salem Police are investigating the theft of an electric guitar, amp and bike Friday night from the Bruce Phillips property on North Broadway in Salem.
Jefferson Rural Firemen say a malfunction in a washing machine caused a light haze to develop on the upper floor of the Rome Meadows Apartments in Dix. Firemen unplugged the washer and ventilated smoke from the top story. The staff of Rome Meadows was beginning an evacuation of the building when the problem was located.
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