Blotter 7/18/13

July 18, 2013 

The following incidents were listed among the official reports of local law enforcement agencies and court clerks. Readers are reminded that an arrest or charge does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.

ST. CLAIR COUNTY FELONIES

wednesday, july 17

Stephon E. Washington, 17, of 6814 Clarita St., Centreville, arrested on suspicion of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on or about June 23 by East St. Louis police. Washington allegedly carried on his person a .38-caliber revolver at a time when he was not on his own land, or in his own abode, or fixed place of business, uncased, loaded and accessible.

Antwaun L. Robinson, 28, of 307 S. Eighth St., Belleville, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession with the intent to deliver cannabis and unlawful possession of cannabis on or about May 9 by St. Clair County sheriff. Robinson allegedly possessed with the intent to deliver more than 30 grams but less than 500 grams of a substance containing cannabis; and knowingly possessed more than 30 grams but less than 500 grams of a substance containing cannabis.

Kyle D. Walker, 38, of 6812 State St., Room 3, East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of two counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a place of religious worship on or about July 15 by Metropolitan Enforcement Group of Southwestern Illinois. Walker allegedly, while within 1,000 feet of a place of religious worship being the McCasland Temple Church, located at 6825 State St., East St. Louis, knowingly delivered to Joe Beliveau, less than 1 gram of a substance containing cocaine; and knowingly possessed with the intent to deliver, less than one gram substance containing cocaine, a controlled substance.

Andrew W. Poe, 25, of 335 St. Edward Lane, Florissant, Mo., arrested on suspicion of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on or about July 16 by St. Clair County sheriff. Poe allegedly carried on his person a .40-caliber hangun at a time when he was not on his own land, or in his own abode, or fixed place of business, and said defendant was in engaged in a misdemeanor cannabis violation.

Samuel D. Geller, 19, of 505 Mildred, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of burglary and unlawful possession of cannabis sativa plants on or about July 14 by St. Clair County sheriff. Geller allegedly entered a motor vehicle, a silver 2014 Jeep Patriot of Candace Dilliard, located at 50 Ludwig Drive, Fairview Heights, with the intent to commit theft; and knowingly possessed more than 20 but not more than 50 cannabis sativa plants in the residence commonly known as 505 Mildred Ave., Cahokia.

Darryl D. Robinson, 24, of 1420 Russell Ave., East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of attempted aggravated battery, aggravated battery and unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon on or about July 5 by Illinois State Police. Robinson allegedly performed a substantial step toward the commission of that offense, in committing a battery, knowingly made physical contact with Marion Riddle in that he struck him with the driver's side of a Mercury Grand Marquis knowing Riddle to be a peace officer engaged in the performance of his authorized duties; knowingly made physical contact with Mark Doiron in that he struck him with the driver's side of a Mercury Grand Marquis knowing Doiron to be a peace officer engaged in the performance of his authorized duties; and knowingly possessed about his person .45-caliber ammunition and the person had been previously convicted of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on Oct. 30, 2009.

ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

Lucas D. Smith, 29, of Collinsville, warrant arrest by Alorton police.

Rami M. Abouamra, 35, of Troy, warrant arrest by Fairmont City police.

Elaina M. Burries, 26, of Centreville, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Merle B. Rector, 32, of Wood River, arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, illegal transportation, two traffic violations by Illinois State Police.

Craig P. Miller, 45, of Caseyville, arrested on suspicion of resisting, obstructing or disarming a police officer, and traffic vioaltion by Caseyville police.

Christopher J. Maul, 30, of St. Louis, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Wilkeshia J. Thomas, 19, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Jeremy M. Jones, 30, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass to land by Centreville police.

Patricia A. Rankin, 28, of Shiloh, warrant arrest by Belleville police.

Christopher M. Echols, 21, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.

Stephon T. Powell, 21, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage to property by East St. Louis police.

Kevin E. Allen, 25, of Washington Park, multiple warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Steven D. Patterson, 19, of St. Louis, warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.

Frederico A. Walker, 41, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Martrice A. Holt, 36, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Trymaine J. Davis, 23, of East St. Louis, arrested on suspicion of crimianl damage to property by East St. Louis police.

James M. Seay, 29, of East St. Louis, warrant arrest by East St. Louis police.

Kelly M. Brown, 35, of Dupo, arrested on suspicion of suspended or revoked driver's license by St. Clair County sheriff.

Samuel D. Geller, 19, of Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of burglary by Cahokia police.

Christina M. Seiber, 42, of Decatur, warrant arrest by Swansea police.

Enrique L. Cid-Aguirre, 24, of Smithton, arrested on suspicion of operating uninsured motor vheicle, no driver's license and illegal, entry, alien by Smithton police.

Kovonte D. Lewis, 23, of Belleville, warrant arrest by Belleville police.

Ronald M. Moppins, 37, of Belleville, warrant arrest by St. Clair County sheriff.

Pamela A. Conrad, 32, address unknown, multiple warrant arrest by Belleville police.

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