Police Beat for Wednesday, February 19th, 2014A 34-year-old Centralia man was being held in the Marion County Jail Wednesday morning for driving on a revoked license. Sheriff's Deputies say Ryan Richardson of Colestock Lane appeared to be trying to avoid a traffic stop when his car ran into the roadside ditch and got stuck in a yard at the Oniontown and Walnut Hill Road intersection in rural Walnut Hill.
49-year-old Jerry Stoffel of East Elm in Brownstown was arrested by sheriff's deputies for violation of an order of protection.
20-year-old Kelsey Meeks of East Broadway in Centralia remained in jail Wednesday after being arrested by Wamac Police for obstructing justice.
22-year-old Brittany Scerba of South Cherry in Centralia was being held on outstanding Marion and Clinton County warrants and a new charge of violation of stalking order.he was arrested by Centralia Police.
Two others are being held on outstanding warrants. 44-year-old Roger Parker of South Brookside in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding felony warrant. 18-year-old Jerod Rhodes of East Lyford in Salem remained in jail on an ordinance violation warrant.
36-year-old Cynthia Green of East Seneff in Salem posted bond and was released on a disorderly conduct charge. Salem Police arrested Green after she allegedly shouted obscenities in front of her neighbor's home.
42-year-old Peggi Thomason of North Broadway in Salem posted $200 bond and was released on an ordinance violation warrant. 22-year-old Kaityln Wilkins of DeWolfe Street in Odin posted $200 bond after being arrested by Odin Police on an outstanding traffic warrant.
The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of a dual exhaust blower and dual burner hot plate from the Ruth Talbert property on Kingshighway in rural Odin.
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