THE CHRISTIAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REPORTS THE FOLLOWING ARRESTS:
Alannah Wilderman, 23, of Pana was arrested on November 23 for obstructing justice/destroying evidnece.
Shawn Stolte, 24, of Taylorville, was arrested on November 22 for domestic battery.
THE TAYLORVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS THE FOLOWING ARRESTS:
On November 19, at 10:54am, a Taylorville Police Officer was dispatched to Walmart in reference to a retail theft. Travis Miller said they saw a female, Catherine M. Eck, of Pana open up twp play station four controllers and place them in her purse. Miller said Catherine Eck walked passes the cash registers. Miller said he told her to stop and she took off in a gold Chrysler. Eck was located and arrested and transported to the Taylorville Police Department where she was processes and released on a notice to appear.
On November 20th, at approximately 12:49 pm, a Taylorville Police Officer conducted a traffic stop on a maroon vehicle at Cheney and Spreser Streets. After a brief investigation, it was determined that the vehicle was stolen. Alexandria M. Rader of Dallas, Texas and Joseph B. Gordon of Arlington, Texas were arrested fpr possession of stolen property(vehicle) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Tiffany R. Hoffa, of Cleburne, Texas, was also arrested for possession of stolen property(vehicle). All were processed and lodged in the Christian County Correctional Center.
On November 21st at 6:40 pm, a Taylorville Police Officer was dispatched to a hit and run at 605 East Poplar Street. When the officer arrived at the scene, the subject had returned back to the accident scene. The status of Deana L. Sloper was checked, and dispatch confirmed she was driving while license were suspended/revoked. She was placed under arrest and transported to the Taylorville Police Department and released on a Notice to Appear.
On November 23rd at approximately 2:15 am, dispatch radioed officers to Circle K in reference to a reckless driver. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the suspect Zachary V. Hay ad involved witness, Kiley D. Fleming. After several minutes of investigation, Hay was arrested for City of Taylorville ordinance violation of disorderly conduct. He was transported to the Taylorville Police Department to be processed and released on a Notice to Appear.