Blotter 10/24/13

News-DemocratOctober 24, 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

FRIDAY, OCT. 18

Eric A. White, 51, 533 McBride Ave., Dupo, arrested on suspicion of unlawful cannabis trafficking and unlawful possession with the intent to deliver cannabis on or about Jan. 22. White allegedly knowingly brought 2,500 grams or more of cannabis into the state of Illinois for the purpose of the intent to deliver said cannabis in the state of Illinois in that said defendant had a box containing 2,500 grams or more of cannabis delivered from the state of Texas to his business being Whitey's Auto Body Shop, located at 533 McBride Ave. in Dupo.

Cynthia L. Harmon, 41, 103 Alpha Drive, Collinsville, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent, on or about Sept. 6 by O'Fallon police. Harmon allegedly took possession of certain merchandise offered for sale at Walmart, 1530 W. Highway 50 in O'Fallon, being a car seat and a bike trailer having a total retail value not in excess of $300. The defendant had been previously convicted of theft on April 4, 2012.

Clarice M. Bradley, 45, 222 Bergman Court, Apt. C, Alorton, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent, on or about Oct. 17 by Fairview Heights police. Bradley allegedly took possession of certain merchandise offered for sale at Macy's, 200 St. Clair Square in Fairview Heights, being three pairs of jeans having a total retail value not in excess of $300. The defendant had been previously convicted of theft on Feb. 1, 1996.

Laurie L. Robertson, 49, 59 Northbrook Circle 31, Fairview Heights, arrested on suspicion of aggravated driving under the influence on or about Oct. 16 by Fairview Heights police. Robertson allegedly drove a Nissan Altima on Ludwig Drive in Fairview Heights while the defendant was under the influence of alcohol. The defendant had previously committed the offense of driving under the influence on Nov. 9, 2009, and previously committed the offense of driving under the influence on June 18, 2010.

Marcus M. Parker, 21, 6 Kingsway Drive, Belleville, arrested on suspicion of possession of cannabis on or about Oct. 10. Parker allegedly had in his possession more than 30 but less than 500 grams of a substance containing cannabis. The defendant had been previously convicted of unlawful possession with intent to deliver cannabis on April 17, 2013.

Taj D. Taylor, 21, 17 Southern Drive, Belleville, arrested on suspicion of obstructing justice/concealing evidence on or about Oct. 10. Taylor allegedly, with the intent to obstruct the prosecution of Marcus M. Parker, knowingly concealed physical evidence from St. Clair County Sheriff's deputies, as to the whereabouts of cannabis that he had received from Parker.

Donies A. Thomas Jr., 22, 837 Fort Henry, Belleville, arrested on suspicion of home invasion/armed with a firearm on or about Oct. 10. Thomas allegedly entered the dwelling place of Michael R. Brockmeier, located at 19 Southern Drive, Belleville, having reason to know people were present within that dwelling place and while armed with a firearm threatened the imminent use of force against Eugene Henderson and Nathan Cooper in that he threatened to shoot them.

SATURDAY, OCT. 19

Marqueal A. Cooper, 23, 419 N. Hamilton St., Marissa, arrested on suspicion of residential burglary on or about Oct. 18 by Belleville police. Cooper allegedly entered the dwelling place of Rodney Bell, located at 116 N. 32nd St., Belleville, with the intent to commit therein a theft.

Carlos M. Darough, 36, 230 Princeton Drive, Belleville, arrested on suspicion of official misconduct and unlawful possession with intent to deliver cannabis. Darough, the acting fire chief of Alorton, while acting in his official capacity allegedly performed an act which he knew was forbidden by law to perform, in that he committed the offense of unlawful possession with the intent to deliver cannabis. Darough allegedly unlawfully possessed with the intent to deliver more than 30 grams but less than 500 grams of substance containing cannabis.

SUNDAY, OCT. 20

George J. Schneider IV, 34, 2045 Heller Road, Lenzburg, arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass, assault and criminal damage to property on or about Oct. 19 by Marissa police. Schneider allegedly entered the residence of Mandy Hagen, located at 324 Joan Ave., Marissa, at a time when said defendant knew or had reason to know one or more persons were present in that residence. Schneider allegedly swung his fist at Mathew Raby and damaged property of John Roberts, being a window, window frame and curtain in the residence located at 324 Joan Ave. in Marissa.

Christopher B. Alexander, 26, 825 Kastner 5, Dupo, arrested on suspicion of armed robbery on or about Oct. 18 by Dupo police. Alexander, while armed with a knife, allegedly took property being U.S. currency from the presence of Rena Khoury by threatening the imminent use of force.

Marcus A. Anderson, 38, 635 Simpson Ave., Elkhart, Ind., arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of controlled substance on or about Oct. 20 by O'Fallon police. Anderson allegedly had in his possession less than 15 grams of a substance containing cocaine.

Curtis J. Hutchings, 55, 10 E. Chester St., Pinckneyville, arrested on suspicion of public indecency on or about Oct. 19 by Belleville police. Hutchings allegedly committed an act of sexual conduct in that he touched his penis with his hand for the purpose of the sexual arousal of the defendant in a public place being the east front parking lot of Belleville Township High School East, located at 2555 W. Blvd.

ST. CLAIR COUNTY SHERIFF

SATURDAY, OCT. 19

Gregory Gilmer Jr., 32, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

Martika M. Rosales, 20, of Granite City, was arrested on suspicion of illegal consumption by a minor, driving under the influence, and two violations of the Illinois traffic code.

Darrlyn K. Byrd, 48, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license.

George J. Schneider, 34, of Marissa, was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass to a residence.

Jacob J. Starek, 24, of Smithton was arrested on a warrant.

Jeremiah T. Burch, 26, of Centreville, was arrested on a warrant.

Marcus C. Seawood, 31, of East St. Louis, was arrested on four warrants.

Quinton D. Lawrence, 48, of Granite City, was arrested on a warrant.

William K. Lytle, 63, of Wynne, Ark., was arrested on a warrant.

Dorshea P. Quarrels, 24, of Madison, was arrested on suspicion of retail theft.

Marqueal A. Cooper, 23, of Marissa, was arrested on suspicion of residential burglary.

Skyla R. Miller, 35, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

Antanesha L. Johnson, 20, of East St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Melonie E. Pruitt, 26, of Cahokia, was arrested on a warrant.

Aldon H. Hagen, 45, of Red Bud, was arrested on two warrants.

Jamal C. Brown, 21, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

SUNDAY, OCT. 20

Robert K. Hines, 51, of St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Paul W. Bender, 23, of Arnold, Mo., was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass to land and illegal transportation of alcohol.

Ammeris M. Berra, 23, of Fenton, Mo., was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass to land and the illegal transportation of alcohol.

Jayja A. Chapple, 27, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

Brian E. Kimbrow, 51, of Cahokia, was arrested on a warrant.

Renea M. Smith, 74, of Swansea, was arrested on a warrant.

Vernon Haynes Jr., 40, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

Ronald B. Huckaby, 45, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of resisting, obstructing or disarming a peace officer.

Fletcher D. Cawvey Jr., 48, of Shiloh, was arrested on suspicion of resisting, obstruction or disarming a peace officer and two violations of the Illinois traffic code.

Brandon S. Harris, 19, of Lebanon, was arrested on a probation violation.

Leroy Lipson-Bey, 50, of St. Louis, was arrested on suspicion of not have registration, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license and a warrant.

Taj D. Taylor, 21, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of obstructing justice.

TUESDAY, OCT. 22

Von E. Scott, 49, of East St. Louis, was arrested on suspicion of having a revoked or suspended drivers license.

Ricky R. Moore, 27, of Belleville, was arrested on a probation violation.

Demarcus M. Simmons, 26, of Cahokia, was arrested on two warrants.

Anthony S. Henry, 32, of Sparta, was arrested on a parole violation and a warrant.

Antonio C. Dean, 27, of East St. Louis, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, operating and uninsured motor vehicle, a seat belt violation and violating the Illinois traffic code.

Heather J. Phillips, 28, of Troy, was arrested on a warrant.

Shantez L. Rias, 0, of Belleville, was arrested on two warrants.

Stevie D. ball, 48, of St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Troy L. Yancy, 25, of Cahokia, was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery.

Robert W. Haeffner, 26, of Belleville, was arrested on a warrant.

Terry L. Devore Jr., 38, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery.

Curtis J. Hutchings, 55, of Pinckneyville, was arrested on suspicion of public indecency.

Jamaar D. Flowers, 29, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery.

Perry J. Sims, 50, of East St. Louis, was arrested on suspicion of a parole violation.

John E. Holliday, 40, of Madison, was arrested on a warrant.

Nedonye S. Brooks, 21, of Centreville, was arrested on a warrant.

John J. Paraham, 19, of East St. Louis was arrested on two warrants.

Jenilee Arnold, 30, of Cahokia, was arrested on a warrant.

Antoine D. Killion, 34, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license and a warrant.

Doretha M. Abdi, 25, of East St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Randy A. Pritchard, 49, of East St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Todd A. Willis, 24, of Washington Park, was arrested on a probation violation and a warrant.

Reginald W. Smith, 50, of Belleville, was arrested on suspicion of driving on a suspended or revoked drivers license.

Victor Rivera, 38, of San Angelo, Texas, was arrested on a warrant.

Mark E. Lewis, 44, of St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Christopher C. Fuller, 45, of Centreville, was arrested on suspicion for failing to register as a sex offender.

Dorrian D. Austin, 22, of Cahokia, was arrested on two warrants.

Kellen A. Nunn, 27, of Belleville was arrested on a warrant.

Stephanie D. Smith, 21, of St. Louis, was arrested on a warrant.

Javon M. Scott, 23, of Lebanon, was arrested on a warrant.

Martin D. Underwood, 19, of Washington Park, was arrested on suspicion of not having a driver's license.

James L. Wallace, 49, of Alorton, was arrested on a warrant.

Frederick L. Tally, 32, of Cahokia, was arrested on a warrant.

Ebony Q. Johnson, 31, of Bellevile, was arrested on two warrants.

FEDERAL COURT

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23

Carvin G. Brooks, 33, of St. Louis, was indicted by a federal grand jury with interference with commerce by robbery in connection with a robbery of a BP gas station in Cahokia on Oct. 9.

Rami M. Abou Amra, 35, of Troy, was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that he stole food stamp benefits while working at Quick Shop stores in East St. Louis. Abou Amra is accused of illegally paying customers cash in exchange for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits between 2010 and 20012.

Yolanda Rice, 23, of Belleville, was indicted on charges of health care fraud and obtaining controlled substances by fraud. Rice is accused of defrauding Medicaid by authorizing, through her employer, false prescriptions for controlled substances for Medicaid beneficiaries then diverting the controlled substances for her own use. She is accused of fraudulently obtaining Oxycodone, a Schedule II controlled substance, by fraud, misrepresentation and deception.

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