Police Blotter

The Christian County Sheriff’s office reported the following arrests to Regional Radio News;

 

23 year old Dylan M. McConnell of Edinburg was arrested Tuesday for criminal damage to property under $300. 

 

43 year old Lisa M. Harker of Pana was arrested Tuesday for driving on suspended/revoked license.

 

26 year old Brandon M. Stone of Edinburg was arrested Tuesday for possession of methamphetamine.

 

45 year old Jeremy J. Beard of Taylorville was arrested Tuesday for possession of methamphetamine.

 

18 year old Lucas R. Cohan of Nokomis was arrested Wednesday for possession of methamphetamine.

 

The Christian County Sheriff’s office responded to a vehicle rollover involving injuries on Friday afternoon on 1250 E Road near 416 N in Greenwood Township. When officers arrived, all occupants of the vehicle were out of the vehicle that was on its roof.  A SUV driven by a minor from Carlinville was headed northbound on Christian County Highway 1 near 416 North left the roadway to the right on the gravel shoulder.  The driver over corrected which caused the vehicle to lose control.  The vehicle skidded off the roadway and collided with a ditch embankment causing the vehicle to overturn.  All four occupants were transported to Taylorville Memorial Hospital with two having serious injuries and the other two having minor injuries.  The driver was issued a citation for improper lane usage. 

 

The Christian County Sheriff’s office responded to a vehicle accident on Tuesday evening.  44 year old Travis H. Hocq of Pana was headed southeast on Illinois Route 29 at approximately 500 North when a deer entered the roadway from the west.  The driver hit the deer.  No injuries were reported, but the vehicle was towed from the scene.

 

The Taylorville Police Department reported the following arrests to Regional Radio News;

 

87 year old Lloyd S. Washburn of Morrisonville was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.

 

The Taylorville Fire Department reported the following to Regional Radio News;

 

There were 5 EMS calls between 2:39 Tuesday morning and 8:52 Wednesday morning.
 

 
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