Police Beat for Sunday, November 3rd, 2013
A 20-year-old Centralia man has been arrested for possession of methamphetamine and possession of under 2.5 grams of cannabis. Marion County Sheriff's Deputies say Joshua Lyons of Norton Road in Centralia was found to be in possession of the drugs after a canine alerted on his vehicle following a traffic stop.
25-year-old Bruce Kohrig of Salem Estates Mobile Home Park was being held on Sunday after being arrested by Salem Police on an aggravated assault charge. He is accused of biting Freda Nibert in the face. She did not require any hospital treatment.
58-year-old Ricardo Roberson of North Elm in Centralia remained in custody Sunday after being arrested by Centralia Police for aggravated assault.
20-year-old Chelsee Cessna of North Walnut in Centralia remained in jail Sunday after being arrested by Centralia Police on an ordinance violation warrant.
Two people were arrested Saturday night for alleged driving under the influence. 24-year-old Adrienne Trotter of West Warmoth was taken into custody by sheriff's deputies after his car ran off U.S. 50 near the Peach Tree Road intersection. Trotter told police he was trying to avoid hitting a deer at the time. 53-year-old Joel Williams of England Road in Salem posted $300 bond after being arrested by State Police for alleged driving under the influence.
Two people were taken to the Marion County Jail after they were stopped while walking on the Green Street Road east of Central City early Sunday morning. 26-year-old Travis Maxfield of East 1200 Avenue in Altamont was arrested for obstructing justice after allegedly giving a sheriff's deputy a false name. 32-year-old Jennifer Keller of McKee Street in Centralia was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia after giving consent for her purse to be searched.
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