052616 SCC Felonies
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
THURSDAY, MAY 12
Shernese M. McLorn, 25, of 99 Hill St., Madison, arrested on suspicion of retail theft, subsequent on or about May 11 by Cahokia police. McLorn allegedly, took merchandise from Walmart, 1511 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, being a comforter, total retail value not in excess of $300. Defendant had been previously convicted of retail theft on March 23, 2011.
Timothy S. Kempf, 45, of 1825 Duncan Ave., Swansea, arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession with the intent to deliver methamphetamine, unlawful possession of methamphetamine and resisting fa police officer on or about May 11 by St. Clair County sheriff. Kempf allegedly, possessed with the intent to deliver less than 5 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine; had in his possession less than five grams of a substance containing methamphetamine; knowingly resisted the performance of Shane Brown of an authorized act within his official capacity, being the arrest of Timothy Kempf, knowing Shane Brown to be a peace officer engaged in the execution of his official duties.
Dylan M. Lahey, 24, of 417 Nancy Drive, O’Fallon, arrested on suspicion of theft from between July 15 and Nov. 15, 2015 by O’Fallon police. Lahey allegedly, took control over property of FKG Oil, doing business as MotorMart, located at 970 W. Highway 50, O’Fallon, total value not in excess of $500 intending to deprive MotorMart, permanently of the use of the property, said offenses constituting a series of acts performed at different times in furtherance of a single intention and design.
FRIDAY, MAY 13
Xavier A. Jackson, 22, of 184 Amelia Drive, Cahokia, arrested on suspicion of burglary from between July 31, 2015 and Aug. 1, 2015 by St. Clair County sheriff. Jackson allegedly, entered into a motor vehicle, a maroon 2007 Chrysler 300, of Ernest Jordan, located at 2931 Trendley Ave., East St. Louis, with the intent to commit theft therein.
Justine D. Ivins, 39, of 64 Lea Drive, Fairview Heights, arrested on suspicion of aggravated fleeing and attempting to elude a police officer and driving while driver’s license is revoked, subsequent on or about May 11 by Belleville police. Ivins allegedly, while operating a motor vehicle, a black 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, was given a visual signal by a police officer, Jeffrey Jensen, 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 black 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle to a stop, willfully fled or attempted to elude the police officer and that when willfully fleeing or attempting to elude the police officer, the defendant traveled at a rate of speed 21 mph over the legal speed limit; drove a black 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle on North Belt East in Belleville, at a time when defendant’s driver’s license was revoked. Defendant had been previously convicted of driving while license is revoked on March 3, 2015.
Kachina Y. Brown, 35, of 12 N. 11th St., Belleville, arrested on suspicion of aggravated battery, unlawful possession of firearm ammunition by a felon, and criminal damage to government supported property on or about May 10 by Belleville police. Brown allegedly, in committing a battery, knowingly made physical contact with Matthew Eiskant, in that she kicked Matthew Eiskant on his side with her foot, knowing Matthew Eiskant to be a peace officer engaged in the performance of his authorized duties; knowingly possessed in a residence .38 caliber ammunition; knowingly damaged a Flip Ultra HD Video Recorder of the Belleville Police Department, which was located at the St. Clair County Jail, 700 N. 5th St., Belleville, which property is supported in part with the City of Belleville funds, said damage not in excess of $500. Defendant had been previously convicted of attempted arson on March 7, 2012.
Kachina Y. Brown, 35, of 12 N. 11th St., Belleville, arrested on suspicion of two counts of threatening a human service provider on or about April 25 by Belleville police. Brown allegedly, knowingly indirectly conveyed through another worker, to Kristina Ingram, a case worker for the Department of Children and Family Services in Belleville, a human service provider, a threat to shoot Kristina Ingram and the threat was made because of the performance of Kristina Ingram’s authorized duties as a human service provider; knowingly indirectly conveyed through another worker, to Kristina Ingram, a case worker for the Department of Children and Family Services in Belleville, a human service provider, a threat to damage property in the control of Kristina Ingram, in that she threatened to shoot up the Belleville DCFS Office, and the threat was made because of the performance of Kristina Ingram’s authorized duties as a human service provider.