Local Arrests

Crime blotter 9/12/15

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

TUESDAY, JULY 21

Bryan E. Washington, 45, of 2100 Florence, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of aggravated domestic battery and felony possession of a weapon on or about July 17 by Cahokia police. Washington allegedly, in committing a domestic battery, strangled Christine Lukes, a household member, in that said defendant intentionally impeded the normal breathing by Christine Lukes by placing his hands on the victim’s neck and choking her; knowingly possessed about his person an Ithaca 12 gauge semi-automatic shotgun. The Defendant had been previously convicted of aggravated battery on Dec. 18, 2000.

Candace Y. Mosley, 32, of 733 Country Oaks Lane, O’Fallon, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent on or about June 1 by Mascoutah police. Mosley allegedly, took merchandise from Tom’s Supermarket, 95 Mascoutah Plaza Drive, Mascoutah, being Enfamil brand infant formula, total retail value not in excess of $300. Defendant had been previously convicted of retail theft on Feb. 1, 2010.

Jason J. Sumpter, 25, of 502 Cooper Drive, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of violation of order of protection and criminal damage to property on or about July 18 by Cahokia police. Sumpter allegedly, having been served with the contents of an order of protection, did knowingly commit an act which was prohibited by the order of protection in that said defendant came within 500 feet of 502 Cooper Drive, Cahokia, a protected address; criminal damage to property. Defendant had been previously convicted of domestic battery on Sept. 29, 2009.

Steven L. Stratton, 33, of 1616 E. Kennedy Drive, Madison, arrested on suspicion of domestic battery, subsequent on or about July 19 by Belleville police. Stratton allegedly, made physical contact with Mary D. Blassingame, a family/household member, in that said defendant struck the head of Blassingame with his head. Defendant had been previously convicted of domestic battery on Nov. 22, 2013.

Kevin Brown, 49, of 1701 Mascoutah, 28, Belleville, arrested on suspicion of aggravated domestic battery and two counts of domestic battery on or about July 19 by Belleville police. Brown allegedly, in committing a domestic battery, choked Jessica Powers, a family/household member, in that said defendant intentionally impeded the normal breathing/circulation of blood by applying pressure to her throat or neck; knowingly made physical contact with Jessica Powers, a family/household member, in that said defendant struck her about her face with his hand; and kicked her about her body.

Andrew L. Lindsay, 24, of 503 John St., Collinsville, arrested on suspicion of two counts of domestic battery, subsequent on or about July 18 by St. Clair County sheriff. Lindsay allegedly, made physical contact with Kristine Smith, a family/household member, of the defendant, in that he threw her to the ground; struck her about the face. Defendant had previously been convicted of domestic battery/bodily harm on April 28, 2014.

Brianzellous T. Allen, 25, of 422 N. Fourth St., Belleville, arrested on suspicion of aggravated battery and domestic battery on or about July 19 by O’Fallon police. Allen allegedly, in committing a battery, while at Main Stay Suites, 128 Regency Park Drive, O’Fallon, a public place, knowingly made physical contact with Adam Thibedeau, in that he struck him in the face; knowingly made physical contact with Katherine Mendiola, a family/household member, he punched her in her face.

James T. Juelfs, 47, of 231 Meadowbrook, O’Fallon, arrested on suspicion of aggravated fleeing and attempting to elude the police and driving while driver’s license is revoked, subsequent on or about July 18 by Fairview Heights police. Juelfs allegedly, while operating a motor vehicle, a black 2000 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, was given a visual sign by a police officer, Nicholas Bullard, who was in police uniform and driving a vehicle which displayed illuminated, oscillating, rotating or flashing red or blue lights which when used in conjunction with an audible horn or siren would indicate the vehicle to be an official police vehicle, directing the defendant to bring said motorcycle to a stop, willfully fleeing or attempted to elude the police officer, the defendant traveled at a rate of speed 21 mph over the legal speed limit; drove a black 2000 Harley-Davidson motorcycle on Lincoln Highway in Fairview Heights, at a time when defendant’s driver’s license was revoked. Defendant had been previously convicted of driving while license is revoked on May 14, 2001.

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