Police Beat for Saturday, July 13th, 2013Salem Police arrested both occupants of a car after investigating why it was stopped along West Main Street near the I-57 overpass. The driver, 35-year-old Paul Wigginton of Indianapolis, posted $300 bond and was released on a driving under the influence charge. The passenger, 50-year-old Robin Beck of South Franklin in Salem, was arrested for resisting a peace officer and illegal dispense of a controlled substance for having a narcotic drug outside its original container. Beck remains in custody at the Marion County Jail.
Centralia Police have arrested a 26-year-old Altamont man for resisting arrest, misdemeanor theft, and on outstanding Clinton County felony and Washington County traffic warrants. Travis Maxfield is accused of taking a wallet from the Mindie Reynolds home on East 5th Street in Centralia while she was distracted by someone at the door. Police later located Maxfield who took off on his bicycle when told he was going to be arrested. Maxfield eventually put the bike down and allegedly tried to hide between two cars where he was taken into custody.
32-year-old Nathan Bailey of Madison Street in Junction City remained in custody Saturday morning after being arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding traffic warrant.
28-year-old James Mancinelli of Linder Street in Odin was being held after being arrested by sheriff's deputies for driving on a suspended license.
31-year-old Germi Lane of South Third in Brownstown was arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies for alleged driving under the influence of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
35-year-old Kelly Kelco of Marion was released on $386 bond after turning himself in on outstanding traffic and family case warrants.
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