Police Blotter

The Christian County  Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests and accidents to Regional Radio News on Friday:

 

27 year old Harrison King of Springfield was arrested on Thursday on a charge of driving on a suspended or revoked license.

 

The Taylorville Police Department reported the following arrests and accidents to Regional Radio News on Friday:

 

18 year old Alyssa Weakley of Springfield was in an accident on September 19th at 2:06 in the morning. Weakly was traveling southwest on Illinois Route 48 near the intersection of South Spresser when two deer ran into the roadway according to the accident report. Weakly stated that she slowed down, but was not able to avoid striking one of the deer. Weakley  had damage to the front end of her vehicle, but was able to drive away from the scene and denied any injury.

 

54 year old Jeffrey Crowder of Kincaid  was in an accident on September 20th at 6:17 in the morning. Crowder was traveling east in the 2700 block of Lincoln Trail on his 2015 Harley Davidson motorcycle when a deer entered the roadway according to the accident report. Crowder struck the deer and he was thrown from the bike. The motorcycle received front end damage and stopped on the south side of the roadway, resting on his right side. Crowder was transported to Taylorville Memorial Hospital by a Suttons ambulance.

 

45 year old Darren DeBrun of Taylorville, and 63 year old Robert Noblet of Taylorville were in an accident on September 16th at 5:23 in the afternoon. DeBrun and Noblet were both traveling eastbound on West Spresser Street according to the accident report. DeBrun stopped in traffic because the traffic light had turned red at the intersection of North Cheney Street and West Spresser Street. DeBrun had failed to stop behind Noblet and struct Noblet’s rear bumper. DeBrun received damage to the front bumper of his vehicle and was given a citation for driving under the influence, failure to reduce speed to prevent an accident, and a citation for illegal transportation of alcohol.

 
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