Police news - Nov. 26, 2008
All information is obtained from police reports at the Washington Police Department. We print all arrests from the Washington Police Department and Tazewell County Sheriff’s Department. “Arrested” does not necessarily mean being taken to jail in handcuffs. For certain offenses, those arrested are issued a notice to appear in court. This is called a non-custodial arrest.
Rekenya D. Young, 32, of Peoria, was arrested Nov. 14 for not having a valid driver’s license and operating an uninsured vehicle.
Allen J. Zemmal, 31, of East Peoria, was arrested Nov. 16 for driving while license is suspended.
Scott B. Sauder, 47, of Peoria, was arrested Nov. 17 for retail theft.
Megan N. Smith, 24, of Peoria, was arrested Nov. 19 for unlawful use of a weapon, aggravated assault and possession of cannabis.
Danyelle McFall, 31, 201 Walnut, Apt. A, was arrested Nov. 19 for operating and uninsured vehicle, a suspended regestrition and driving while license is suspended.
Joel K. Fouts, 19, of Bartonville, was arrested Nov. 19 for operating an uninsured vehicle and no registration.
Markisha R. Purifoy, 30, of Peoria, was arrested Nov. 21 for speeding, driving while license is suspended and operating an uninsured vehicle.
Caleb Lee Bent, 25, 1405 Eagle Ave., Apt. 8, was arrested Nov. 23 for DUI and having a blood alcohol content higher than .08 (.160).
Jonathan W. Ockerby, 37, 127 Washington Square, Apt. B, was arrested Nov. 23 for domestic battery.
Patricia L. Engel Parker, 56, 3705 Georgetown, was arrested Nov. 24 on a Tazewell County warrant.
Tazewell County grand jury indictments
All Grand Jury indictment information is obtained from court records at the Tazewell County courthouse in Pekin.
Kevin N. Minton, 43, 1210 Miller St., Apt. 2, DUI, was charged Nov. 13 of driving while license is revoked
Jeff Michael Allbritton, 44, 111 Ernest, was charged Nov. 13 of unlawful possession of a controlled substance and domestic battery.
Donald Jason Dingledine, 29, 1617 Oak Ridge Drive, was charged Nov. 20 with criminal damage to property, resisting a peace officer.