THE CHRISTIAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REPORTS THE FOLLOWING:
Luke T. Robinson, 49, of 1800 E. Spruce Street Springfield, was arrested on February 18 for burglary.
Randy L. Vail, 19, of 1913 W. Vandeveer Taylorville, was arrested on February 18 for obstructing of justice, resisting a peace officer and criminal damage to property.
Jacob Banning, 29, of 3237 E. Highway 24 Moberly, Missouri, was arrested on February 17 on a bond forfeiture warrant for retail theft.
Tia B. Paine, 33, of 609 N. Pine Taylorville, was arrested on February 16 for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.
Austin. S. Perry, 23, of 606 Gandy Taylorville, was arrested on February 16 for domestic battery.
On February 15, Joseph Broccardo reported to Christian County Sheriff's Department that person(s) had shot his 1987 Ford truck while it was parked on his property. When Christian County Sheriff's officer arrived on scene, Joseph told him that the truck and grain bin were shot. There were fire shots in the tailgate of the back window and into the front window. There were also two shots in sthe grain bin which is in the front of the truck. The truck was parked on the south side of a shed facing west. No other damage was reported.
THE TAYLORVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORT THE FOLLOWING:
In the early morning hours on Saturday, February 16, Taylorville Police Department received a call from a male subject that stated multiple subjects were in his house and they were trying to attack him. During the investigation, four subjects were arrested for City of Taylorville Violation of illegal possesssion/consumption of alcohol by a minor. One male juvenile was located as a runaway and also charged with the same fine. All were transported to Taylorville Police Department to be processed and released to parents. Taylorville Police Officer returned to the residence and issued a disorderly house violation to home owner/suspect: Ann M. Crawford. All court dates have been set for Wednesday March 27th.
A Taylorville Police Officer was on patrol and observed a white vehicle with a male driver traveling south on Houston Street. A registration check showed that the male registered owner was a subject that he knew to be suspended. Taylorville Police Officer made a stop on the vehicle in Fairview Trailer Court. An officer made contact with the male driver and identified him as the registered owner. The male subject, Antwain J. Ward, 29, was arrested and transported to Taylorville Police Department for driving while license was suspended/revoked. He were processed and released on a notice to appear.
At 2:18 am on February 17, Taylorville Police Officers were dispatched to the Round Table Cafe in reference to a fight in progress. When they arrived, they arrested four male subjects for fighting in public. Arrested were Phillip K. Fiaoni, 27, of Taylorville, Cory W. Fioni, 32, of Taylorville, Samuel A. Hughes, 34, of Taylorville, and Christopher L. Hughes, 37. of Taylorville. The male subjects were transported to Taylorville Police Department for processing and released on a notices to appear.
In the early morning hours on February 17, officers were out at the Round Table gathering evidence from a previous call. While officers were in the restaurant, a male customer made a threatening comment to a female employee causing the female to be alarmed and disturbed. The male subject Billy G. Durbin, 30, of Taylorville was arrested for disorderly conduct and transported to the Taylorville Polkice Department for processing. He ws released on a notice to appear.
Around 2:44 pm on February 2, Taylorville Police officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle at Second and Webster. Subsequent to investigation, Samantha L. McPeek, 30, of Taylorville was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. Kaylene S. Reber, 23, of Taylorville was arrested for possession of cannabis under 2.5 grams. Randy L. Vail, 19, of Taylorville was arrested for resisting/obstruction, disarming an officer, and for criminal damage to state supported property.
Taylorville Police Department officer was dispatched to a disturbance at 506 S. Houston Street. Other Taylorville Police Officers arrived and made contact with several subjects. Upon investigating the incident, it was discovered tht several underage subjects had been consuming alcohol at the residence. The subjects were placed under arrest, transported to Taylorvilole Police Department, processed and released. The owner of the residence and another male subject were arrested in regards to providing the alcohol. The subjects were processed and released.