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Name,age, address; date, charge; sentence 

(week ending 6/22/01)

  • Nicole M. Bailey, 19, W. Hamilton; 11/07/00, count I – forgery, count II – theft; pleaded guilty, $ fine, two years conditional discharge, $ restitution.

  • Leonard M. Bolton, 26, Oakdale Drive, Racine, Wis.; 5/26/01, unlawful possession of cannabis; $ fine, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab.

  • John S. Bright, 39, 15 Pine Drive, Sherman; 09/01/00, theft; two years probation, $ fine plus court costs, $2, restitution.

  • Kevin M. Daly, 23, W. Taft, Decatur; 05/15/01, count I – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, count II – unlawful possession of cannabis; count II – dismissed, count I – pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, six months court supervision.

  • Jonathan W. Decker, 20, Isham, Waynesville; 05/05/01, unlawful consumption of alcohol by minor; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, six months court supervision.

  • Shirley A. Floyd, 75, N. Ewing St., Atlanta; 05/11/01, retail theft; pleaded guilty, $75 fine plus court costs.

  • Jacques W. Fomera, 25, N. Spring St., Mount Pulaski; 05/12/01, count I – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, count II – unlawful possession of cannabis; count II – dismissed, count I – $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab.

  • Chris Glick, 33, N. Logan; 7/00 through 01/01, cruel treatment of animals; pleaded guilty, $ restitution, $ fine plus court costs, 12 months court supervision.

  • Bradley Green, 18, E. South St., Atlanta; 05/27/01, criminal damage to property; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, 18 months court supervision.

  • Jermanie E. Harris, 28, Owen Road #7, Monona, Wis.; 4/21/01, unlawful possession of cannabis; $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab.

  • Dale O. Johnson, 46, CTH N. South, Stoughton, Wis.; 05/10/01, unlawful possession of cannabis; $ fine plus court costs, six months court supervision.

  • Tracy L. Kidd, 34, th Ave., Beason; 8/10/00, counts I-III, aggravated reckless driving; counts II and III dismissed, count I – pleaded guilty, $2, fine plus court costs, 18 months conditional discharge.

  • Rex J. Kluever, 47, N. Monroe St., Stoughton, Wis.; 05/10/01, count I – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, count II – unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $, $, $50 fines, six months court supervision.

  • Karl L. Krotz, 60, N. College St., ; 10/99, count I – theft, count II – amended theft Class A; pleaded guilty to count II, 18 months probation, $1, restitution.

  • Christopher R. Malerich, 23, Frorer Ave.; 06/09/01, domestic battery; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, 12 months probation, men who batter program.

  • Thomas G. Ortega, 44, Redwood, Lynwood, Calif.; 05/08/01, unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $ and $ fines, $50 lab fee.

  • Justin C. Ramlow, 18, Wyatt Ave.; 4/22/01, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs.

  • Ron A. Ring, 25, ½ Pulaski St. #2; 5/20/01, unlawful possession of fireworks; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs.

  • Joshua J. Short, 25, Second St.; 05/20/01, unlawful possession of fireworks; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs.

  • Larry Shorter, 29, E. Pine, Springfield; 11/20/00, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs.

  • Martin A. Williams, W. Wiswall St., Peoria; 4/22/01, unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $ fine and court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab.

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Name,age, address; date, charge; sentence

(Week ending )

  • Katherine Batley, 33, 34 Bayhill; , deceptive practice; pleaded guilty, two months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ restitution

  • Merlin G. Billington, 44, S. College; , domestic battery; pleaded guilty, 18 months probation, 90 days Logan County Jail with no day-for-day, court costs, Men Who Batter

  • Brenda Crawford, 62, Oscar; , false statement for the purpose of procuring credit card; pleaded guilty, two years Department of Corrections, $11, restitution

  • Terry Delang, 32, R.R. 1 Box , Greenview; , deceptive practice, two months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ restitution

  • Stephanie L. Ellegood, 28, N. Madison; , , , deceptive practice; pleaded guilty, two months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ restitution

  • Robert B. Flowers, 33, N. Madison; , domestic battery; pleaded guilty, 18 months probation, $ fine plus court costs, two days Logan County Jail, Men Who Batter

  • Edison M. Jarrin, 20, Willian, River Forest; , burglary; pleaded guilty, 48 months probation, days Logan County Jail deferred

  • Sam J. Jones, 33, E. Peoria, Taylorville; , criminal trespass to residence; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs

  • Kevin Lambert, 35, Omaha; , unlawful possession of a controlled substance; pleaded guilty, three years Department of Corrections

  • John R. Maldanado, 41, N. Kankakee; , deceptive practice; pleaded guilty, 12 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ restitution

  • Jerod Mattson, 19, 32 Tremont Park; , unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $ lab fee

  • Byran McCain, 17, Sixth; , unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, 12 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment

  • Michael J. Miller, 19, S. Superior Court, Ottawa; , aggravated battery; pleaded guilty, 30 months probation, days Logan County Jail, $59, restitution

  • Cindy Reed, 44, S. College; , domestic battery; pleaded guilty, 12 months probation, 30 days Logan County Jail plus court costs, Men Who Batter

  • Charles Reynolds, 43, E. Olive, Decatur; , unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $ lab fee

  • Scott M. Rosenberg, 19, W. Pine Grove Court, Vernon Hills; , battery, pleaded guilty, six months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs

  • Meladge A. Sinnett, th Ave., Beason; , deceptive practice; pleaded guilty, two months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ restitution

  • Patrick H. Ward, 18, N. Kickapoo; ; unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, $ fine plus court costs, $ lab fee

  • William West, 41, N. Monroe; , domestic battery; pleaded guilty, 18 months probation, days Logan County Jail, Men Who Batter

  • Darla Yarbrough, 40, N. College, Apt. 7; , retail theft; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs

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At a.m. Thursday police were called out to the block of South Hamilton Street. When officers arrived they found the victim outside at the scene. The victim was first taken to Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and then transferred to Saint John’s Hospital in Springfield. Detective Bunner said the victim sustained multiple stab wounds.

Two arrests have been made. The first suspect, Marty Montcalm, 20, of Lincoln was arrested by Lincoln Police just after the incident and is being held in lieu of bond at the Logan County Safety Complex. He went before Judge David Coogan at 9 a.m. today, Tuesday.

Montcalm is being charged with attempted first-degree murder, a Class X felony, and aggravated battery, a Class III felony. Montcalm’s court-appointed lawyer stated that Montcalm wished to waive his right to a preliminary hearing and was entering a plea of not guilty. Judge Coogan accepted the plea and stated that Montcalm is on the November jury calendar.

 

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Montcalm also has a court appearance later in the day on charges stemming from another incident. He goes before Judge Donald Behle for a July 13 charge of illegal consumption of alcohol.

A second arrest, of another year-old, was made late last week. Joshua L. Farnam, formerly of Lawndale, faces charges of attempted first-degree murder.

Farnam fled the area after the incident. He was believed to be heading for Florida, where he has relatives. Authorities picked him up in Dothan, Ala. He is awaiting transportation arrangements back to Logan County, said Logan County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jon Garlits. It may take one to two weeks for his arrival.

Both of the accused have a long criminal history with the Police Department, said Detective Bunner.

On Saturday morning Lincoln Police recovered from Kickapoo Creek the knife that was used in the incident.

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Name,age, address; date, charge; sentence

(Week ending )

  • Vicki Bree, 38, N. Kankakee St.; , unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver; pleaded guilty, 48 months probation, $ fine, $2, mandatory assessment, days confined, substance abuse rehab

  • Jason S. Dunn, 25, Allen, Pekin; , unlawful possession of a controlled substance; pleaded guilty, 24 months probation, $1, fine, $ mandatory assessment, 30 hours public service work, no drugs or alcohol

  • Darrell Leiser, 41, E. Locust, Decatur; , count I – arson, count II – violation order of protection; found guilty, six years Department of Corrections

  • Dianna C. Marcum, 38, W. Vine, San Jose; , deceptive practice; pleaded guilty, $ fine and court costs, 12 months conditional discharge

  • Odell Shipp Jr., 24, Busiek, St. Louis, Mo.; , attempted obstruction of justice; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs

  • Jason E. Waller, 27, Madison, Hartsburg; , unlawful delivery of alcoholic liquor to a minor; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs


Marriage Licenses

(Week ending )
  • Charles Wayne Miller Jr., Middletown
    Erin Leigh Turner, Lincoln

  • Kenneth Eugene Young, Riverton
    Penny Lynn Welch, Riverton

  • Aaron Michael Rich, Lincoln
    Jade Erin Holt, Lincoln

  • Courtney Ray Raymond, Lincoln
    Heather Marie Fry, Lincoln

  • Charles Roger Alberts, Lincoln
    Shirley Anne Bree, Lincoln

  • Corey Lee Slack, Lincoln
    Diane Arlene VanDorn, Lincoln

  • Dakin Angelo Dalpoas, Springfield
    Brenna Michelle Jensen, Springfield

  • Louis Vincent Russo II, Mount Pulaski
    Miranda Kate Aughenbaugh, Mount Pulaski

  • John Henry Claypool, Pleasant Plains
    Ellen Marie Bard, Pleasant Plains

  • Troy Lee Stanberry, Mason City
    Heather René Sullivan, Mason City

  • Kent David Meagher, Lincoln
    Nicole Lynn Scroggin, Lincoln

  • Jason Gilbert Blair, El Mirage, Ariz.
    Jodi Lynn Robison, Lincoln


Dissolutions

(Week ending )

  • Caleb Henry Peacock, Lincoln
    Jane Anne Peacock, Lincoln

  • Brendon Davis Caldwell, Riverton
    Madonna Jean Caldwell, Lincoln

  • Scott Robertson, Lincoln
    Virsie Lee Thomas, Chicago


Most Wanted

Most Wanted is brought to you by the Logan County Sheriff's Department. If you know the whereabouts of any of these suspects or have any information about them, please call the Logan County Sheriff's Department at () Do not attempt to approach or speak to any suspect. The suspects presented here are just that, suspects. They are not guilty until convicted in a court of law.

Call () with any information.

Call () with any information.


ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THESE INCIDENTS OR ANY OTHER CRIME IN THE LINCOLN/LOGAN COUNTY AREA IS URGED TO CALL "CRIME STOPPERS" AT OR E-MAIL AT [email protected]  YOUR INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL AND YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS.  IF YOUR INFORMATION LEADS TO THE ARREST OF THE PERSON(S) INVOLVED, "CRIME STOPPERS" WILL PAY YOU A CASH REWARD UP TO $1,

"CRIME STOPPERS" HAS AN ANSWERING MACHINE TO ANSWER YOUR CALLS.  THIS IS TO PROTECT YOU IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS (YOUR CALLS CANNOT BE TRACED WITH THE MACHINE).  YOU NEED TO LET US KNOW HOW YOU CAN BE CONTACTED ABOUT THE INCIDENT, OR YOU MUST WATCH TO SEE IF THE SUBJECT HAS BEEN ARRESTED.  THIS IS SO WE CAN MAKE A PAYOUT.

Cases

  • Sometime before a.m. on Dec. 15, , a Chevrolet Cavalier was taken without the owner’s permission from the block of Latham Street in Lincoln. The vehicle was later found stuck in the mud at the Sportsman’s Club. Crime Stoppers is asking for information as to who had taken the vehicle.

  • Sometime before a.m. on July 21, a burglary occurred at Lincoln Junior High School, Broadway St. in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on the third floor and gained access to the building. Unknown person(s) went through the school and caused damage and vandalism to the school property.

  • Late Sunday night and early Monday morning, March 18 and 19, someone stole items from five different Lincoln vehicles.
    The first vehicle was parked at a residence on the block of Pekin. A $ radar detector was taken from the car.
    In one of the Lincoln Christian College parking lots, change was stolen from an automobile.
    On the block of Mayfield, several items totaling $75 were stolen from a car parked at the owner’s residence: a book binder, school books, homework, a calculator, a learner's permit and some change.
    The next vehicle was parked inside a garage on the block of N. McLean. The owner remembers locking the garage door. A portable CD player, which is worth about $, was taken from the vehicle.
    The last theft was from a car parked at the owner’s residence. A $50 AM/FM CD player was stolen.
    There are no suspects at this time, but due to the timing of the crimes it is believed that they may be connected. If you have any information about these thefts, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at , or Crime Stoppers at

  • A series of thefts in the early morning hours of Thursday, March 15, is under investigation. There are no suspects yet, but police believe that one person or group is responsible for all of the crimes. 

    The first vehicle, a pickup truck, parked at the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont, was entered through the rear sliding door. It is estimated that $ worth of property was stolen: a radio, duffle bag, four clothing items, prescription sunglasses, two flashlights and a disposable camera.

    The second vehicle had an AM/FM CD player stolen. To gain entry, the suspects forced entry to the side door of the ’93 Jeep, which was parked in front of the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont. The radio is worth about $

    Two cars were broken into in a residential parking lot on the block of S. Logan St. One vehicle, a truck, had a CD player removed; the suspects removed the dash cover to take the $ unit.

    The other vehicle, a van, had a radar detector removed. The detector is worth about $

    If you have any information about these crimes, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at or Crime Stoppers at

  • On Feb. 19, , between 6 and p.m. unknown person(s) placed an unknown substance on a Cadillac parked at the Mount Pulaski grade school. The grade school is located at N. Garden Street in Mount Pulaski. The substance caused extensive damage to the paint on the vehicle. The Mount Pulaski Police Department, () , and the Lincoln/Logan County Crime Stoppers are requesting anyone with any information to contact them.

  • On Jan. 16, , a possible arson occurred at N. Kickapoo St. (the old Scully Building) in Lincoln. The possible arson was reported at approx. p.m. on that date. Anyone with any information about this incident who may have seen anything or anyone in the area of the building is asked to contact the Lincoln Police Department, Lincoln Fire Department or Crime Stoppers.

  • On Jan. 12, , sometime between 6  and 9 p.m., a burglary occurred on Mayfair Drive in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced open a garage door and entered the residence. Unknown person(s) looked through dresser drawers and a closet. Taken from the residence were several shotguns, a cellular phone and a camera.

  • Sometime between Nov. 23 and Nov. 27, , unknown person(s) entered a residence on the west side of Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced entry to the residence and went through it. Several items of jewelry where taken, along with a laptop computer and an unknown amount of U.S. currency.

  • Sometime between Nov. 13 and Nov. 14, , unknown person(s) forced entry to the Plaza Wash and Lube at Woodlawn Road in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on a door on the east side of the building. Unknown person(s) entered the office area and took an assortment of U.S. currency and some product coupons. Estimated damage to the door was around $

Information on payouts

These are totals from the inception of the program Aug. 1, 

Total calls received:      

Solved cases:                   45

Arrests made:                   60

Dollar amount of drugs and merchandise recovered:    $36,

Dollar amount paid out for rewards:    $9,

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Most Wanted 10-16-2020

Name,age, address; date, charge; sentence 

Alcohol-related charges

  • Miranda K. Mattingly, 20, th Ave.; , unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor; $ fine plus court costs, two months court supervision

Battery

  • Nichole K. Denyes, 19, 6 S. Cape Road, Naperville; , battery; 12 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs

  • Robert L. Dunham, 49, N. McLean; , count I – aggravated battery, count II – aggravated battery; pleaded guilty, four years Department of Corrections

  • Brian L. Hurley, 26, Railsplitter Ave. #8; , domestic battery; 12 months probation, $ fine plus court costs, $ fee, complete "Men Who Batter"

  • James A. Naugle, 21, N. Sherman St.; , battery; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, complete "Men Who Batter"

  • Jason E. Ramlow, 27, S. Pine, Williamsville; , battery; 12 months probation, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab fee

Deceptive practices

  • Stanley R. Keller, 40, N. Monroe St.; , deceptive practices; 18 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, restitution $

Drug-related charges

  • Kasey R. Jones, 22, PO Box , Toledo, Ill.; , count I – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, count II – unlawful possession of cannabis; 12 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $50 lab fee
  • Corey Rich, 22, th, Atlanta; , unlawful delivery of a controlled substance; pleaded guilty, five years TASC probation, days Logan County Jail, $ street value fine, $ mandatory assessment

Forgery

  • John Myers, 20, Pulaski; , forgery; pleaded guilty, three years Department of Corrections, $1, restitution

Theft

  • Amanda M. Worth, 23, N. Adams; , retail theft; pleaded guilty, 30 months probation, two days Logan County Jail, restitution

Violation of order of protection

  • Aaron K. Sylvester, 29, W. North St., Stonington; , unlawful violation of an order of protection; pleaded guilty, conditional discharge, $ fine plus court costs, no contact

Marriage Licenses

(week ending )
  • Randy P. Miller, Mackinaw
    Julie A. Lockenour, Mackinaw

  • Thomas R. Daugherty, Atlanta
    Patricia L. Lydick, Atlanta

  • Richard E. Aper, Emden
    Jamie S. Eddington, Green Valley


Divorces

(week ending )

  • Mark E. Humbert, Lincoln
    Karen L. Humbert, Lincoln

  • Eric W. Mattingly, Atlanta
    Carol A. Mattingly, Atlanta


Most Wanted

Most Wanted is brought to you by the Logan County Sheriff's Department. If you know the whereabouts of any of these suspects or have any information about them, please call the Logan County Sheriff's Department at () Do not attempt to approach or speak to any suspect. The suspects presented here are just that, suspects. They are not guilty until convicted in a court of law.

Call () with any information.

Call () with any information.


ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THESE INCIDENTS OR ANY OTHER CRIME IN THE LINCOLN/LOGAN COUNTY AREA IS URGED TO CALL "CRIME STOPPERS" AT OR E-MAIL AT [email protected]  YOUR INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL AND YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS.  IF YOUR INFORMATION LEADS TO THE ARREST OF THE PERSON(S) INVOLVED, "CRIME STOPPERS" WILL PAY YOU A CASH REWARD UP TO $1,

"CRIME STOPPERS" HAS AN ANSWERING MACHINE TO ANSWER YOUR CALLS.  THIS IS TO PROTECT YOU IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS (YOUR CALLS CANNOT BE TRACED WITH THE MACHINE).  YOU NEED TO LET US KNOW HOW YOU CAN BE CONTACTED ABOUT THE INCIDENT, OR YOU MUST WATCH TO SEE IF THE SUBJECT HAS BEEN ARRESTED.  THIS IS SO WE CAN MAKE A PAYOUT.

Cases

  • Sometime before a.m. on Dec. 15, , a Chevrolet Cavalier was taken without the owner’s permission from the block of Latham Street in Lincoln. The vehicle was later found stuck in the mud at the Sportsman’s Club. Crime Stoppers is asking for information as to who had taken the vehicle.

  • Sometime before a.m. on July 21, a burglary occurred at Lincoln Junior High School, Broadway St. in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on the third floor and gained access to the building. Unknown person(s) went through the school and caused damage and vandalism to the school property.

  • Late Sunday night and early Monday morning, March 18 and 19, someone stole items from five different Lincoln vehicles.
    The first vehicle was parked at a residence on the block of Pekin. A $ radar detector was taken from the car.
    In one of the Lincoln Christian College parking lots, change was stolen from an automobile.
    On the block of Mayfield, several items totaling $75 were stolen from a car parked at the owner’s residence: a book binder, school books, homework, a calculator, a learner's permit and some change.
    The next vehicle was parked inside a garage on the block of N. McLean. The owner remembers locking the garage door. A portable CD player, which is worth about $, was taken from the vehicle.
    The last theft was from a car parked at the owner’s residence. A $50 AM/FM CD player was stolen.
    There are no suspects at this time, but due to the timing of the crimes it is believed that they may be connected. If you have any information about these thefts, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at , or Crime Stoppers at

  • A series of thefts in the early morning hours of Thursday, March 15, is under investigation. There are no suspects yet, but police believe that one person or group is responsible for all of the crimes. 

    The first vehicle, a pickup truck, parked at the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont, was entered through the rear sliding door. It is estimated that $ worth of property was stolen: a radio, duffle bag, four clothing items, prescription sunglasses, two flashlights and a disposable camera.

    The second vehicle had an AM/FM CD player stolen. To gain entry, the suspects forced entry to the side door of the ’93 Jeep, which was parked in front of the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont. The radio is worth about $

    Two cars were broken into in a residential parking lot on the block of S. Logan St. One vehicle, a truck, had a CD player removed; the suspects removed the dash cover to take the $ unit.

    The other vehicle, a van, had a radar detector removed. The detector is worth about $

    If you have any information about these crimes, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at or Crime Stoppers at

  • On Feb. 19, , between 6 and p.m. unknown person(s) placed an unknown substance on a Cadillac parked at the Mount Pulaski grade school. The grade school is located at N. Garden Street in Mount Pulaski. The substance caused extensive damage to the paint on the vehicle. The Mount Pulaski Police Department, () , and the Lincoln/Logan County Crime Stoppers are requesting anyone with any information to contact them.

  • On Jan. 16, , a possible arson occurred at N. Kickapoo St. (the old Scully Building) in Lincoln. The possible arson was reported at approx. p.m. on that date. Anyone with any information about this incident who may have seen anything or anyone in the area of the building is asked to contact the Lincoln Police Department, Lincoln Fire Department or Crime Stoppers.

  • On Jan. 12, , sometime between 6  and 9 p.m., a burglary occurred on Mayfair Drive in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced open a garage door and entered the residence. Unknown person(s) looked through dresser drawers and a closet. Taken from the residence were several shotguns, a cellular phone and a camera.

  • Sometime between Nov. 23 and Nov. 27, , unknown person(s) entered a residence on the west side of Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced entry to the residence and went through it. Several items of jewelry where taken, along with a laptop computer and an unknown amount of U.S. currency.

  • Sometime between Nov. 13 and Nov. 14, , unknown person(s) forced entry to the Plaza Wash and Lube at Woodlawn Road in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on a door on the east side of the building. Unknown person(s) entered the office area and took an assortment of U.S. currency and some product coupons. Estimated damage to the door was around $

Information on payouts

These are totals from the inception of the program Aug. 1, 

Total calls received:      

Solved cases:                   45

Arrests made:                   60

Dollar amount of drugs and merchandise recovered:    $36,

Dollar amount paid out for rewards:    $9,

( figures)

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Lincoln Police Department

  • Kenneshia T. Broady, 27, of Lincoln, arrested Oct. 27, at p.m. at her residence on a Logan County Warrant CM on a failure to appear on a criminal damage to property charge.

  • Dakota R. Helton, 23, of Lincoln, arrested Oct. 27, at p.m. on Eleventh Street on charge of  possession of a lost/mislaid debit card.

  • Alonzo L. Rose, 27, of Lincoln, arrested Oct. 27, at p.m. at his residence on a Woodford County warrant and on a Logan County warrant CM on a failure to appear on a criminal damage to property charge.

Logan County Sheriff's Department

  • Mitchell L. Gleason, 32, of Lincoln,  arrested Oct. 27, at p.m. at his residence on a Logan County warrant DT 65 on a failure to appear on a DUI charge.

  • Karrissa K. Matherly, 29, of Springfield, arrested Oct. 27, at p.m. at the Logan County Safety Complex on a Logan County warrant TR on a failure to appear on a driving while license suspended charge.

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Atlanta, Elkhart, Illinois Department
of Natural Resources, Illinois State Police, Mason City, Mount Pulaski,
New Holland, San Jose

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Name,age, address; date, charge; sentence

(Week ending )

  • Clifford D. Allen, 38, Pulaski; , unlawful sale of alcohol to a minor; 12 months court supervision, $ fine plus court costs

  • Timothy D. Anderson, 21, N. First, San Jose; , unlawful possession of cannabis; $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $ lab fee

  • Ryan Ash, 18, Park Place; , unlawful possession of cannabis, pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $ lab fee, 18 months court supervision

  • Joshua P. Campbell, 18, W. 79th, Burbank; , unlawful possession of cannabis; pleaded guilty, $ fine plus court costs, $ mandatory assessment, $ lab fee

  • Kristopher Johnson, 23, N. Sherman; , theft; pleaded guilty, TASC probation, days Logan County Jail, 68 days deferred, no alcohol or bars

  • Lori L. Leckrone, 42; , unlawful possession of methamphetamine manufacturing chemical; pleaded guilty, six years Department of Corrections

  • Michael D. Leith, 23, th, Atlanta; , battery; pleaded guilty, 28 days Logan County Jail, 24 months probation, $1, restitution

  • Thaddeus Schiltz, 24, E. N. Road, Moweaqua; , five counts residential burglary; pleaded guilty, 12 years consecutive on each count Department of Corrections

  • Brad Slayton, 22, Willard Ave.; , aggravated DUI; pleaded guilty, 30 months probation, 20 weekends Logan County Jail, $1, fine, victim impact panel


Marriage Licenses

(Week ending )
  • Allen D. Sasse, Beason
    Heather E. Adcock, Atlanta


Dissolutions

(Week ending )

  • Aaron L. Poe, Lincoln
    Christi L. Poe, Lincoln

  • Gary Cecil, Lincoln
    Terri L. Cecil, Lincoln

  • Robert A. Cooper, Lincoln
    Marsha. Cooper, Broadwell

  • James A. Odell, Girard
    Michelle L. Odell, Lincoln

  • Daniel E. Shreve, Lincoln
    Amy L. Shreve, Lincoln

  • Kelvin McGee
    Albertine B McGee, Lincoln


Most Wanted

Most Wanted is brought to you by the Logan County Sheriff's Department. If you know the whereabouts of any of these suspects or have any information about them, please call the Logan County Sheriff's Department at () Do not attempt to approach or speak to any suspect. The suspects presented here are just that, suspects. They are not guilty until convicted in a court of law.

Call () with any information.

Call () with any information.


ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THESE INCIDENTS OR ANY OTHER CRIME IN THE LINCOLN/LOGAN COUNTY AREA IS URGED TO CALL "CRIME STOPPERS" AT OR E-MAIL AT [email protected]  YOUR INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL AND YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS.  IF YOUR INFORMATION LEADS TO THE ARREST OF THE PERSON(S) INVOLVED, "CRIME STOPPERS" WILL PAY YOU A CASH REWARD UP TO $1,

"CRIME STOPPERS" HAS AN ANSWERING MACHINE TO ANSWER YOUR CALLS.  THIS IS TO PROTECT YOU IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS (YOUR CALLS CANNOT BE TRACED WITH THE MACHINE).  YOU NEED TO LET US KNOW HOW YOU CAN BE CONTACTED ABOUT THE INCIDENT, OR YOU MUST WATCH TO SEE IF THE SUBJECT HAS BEEN ARRESTED.  THIS IS SO WE CAN MAKE A PAYOUT.

Cases

Crime Stoppers requests information
in Brian Bobb death

[OCT. 2, ]  Crime Stoppers is issuing a request for information in the death of Brian Bobb. People who think they may have information may contact either the Logan County sheriff’s office at () or Logan County Crime Stoppers at ()

Tips can be made anonymously.

People providing tips that lead to an arrest can receive up to $1, cash.

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  • Sometime before a.m. on Dec. 15, , a Chevrolet Cavalier was taken without the owner’s permission from the block of Latham Street in Lincoln. The vehicle was later found stuck in the mud at the Sportsman’s Club. Crime Stoppers is asking for information as to who had taken the vehicle.

  • Sometime before a.m. on July 21, a burglary occurred at Lincoln Junior High School, Broadway St. in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on the third floor and gained access to the building. Unknown person(s) went through the school and caused damage and vandalism to the school property.

  • Late Sunday night and early Monday morning, March 18 and 19, someone stole items from five different Lincoln vehicles.
    The first vehicle was parked at a residence on the block of Pekin. A $ radar detector was taken from the car.
    In one of the Lincoln Christian College parking lots, change was stolen from an automobile.
    On the block of Mayfield, several items totaling $75 were stolen from a car parked at the owner’s residence: a book binder, school books, homework, a calculator, a learner's permit and some change.
    The next vehicle was parked inside a garage on the block of N. McLean. The owner remembers locking the garage door. A portable CD player, which is worth about $, was taken from the vehicle.
    The last theft was from a car parked at the owner’s residence. A $50 AM/FM CD player was stolen.
    There are no suspects at this time, but due to the timing of the crimes it is believed that they may be connected. If you have any information about these thefts, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at , or Crime Stoppers at

  • A series of thefts in the early morning hours of Thursday, March 15, is under investigation. There are no suspects yet, but police believe that one person or group is responsible for all of the crimes. 

    The first vehicle, a pickup truck, parked at the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont, was entered through the rear sliding door. It is estimated that $ worth of property was stolen: a radio, duffle bag, four clothing items, prescription sunglasses, two flashlights and a disposable camera.

    The second vehicle had an AM/FM CD player stolen. To gain entry, the suspects forced entry to the side door of the ’93 Jeep, which was parked in front of the owner’s residence in the block of Tremont. The radio is worth about $

    Two cars were broken into in a residential parking lot on the block of S. Logan St. One vehicle, a truck, had a CD player removed; the suspects removed the dash cover to take the $ unit.

    The other vehicle, a van, had a radar detector removed. The detector is worth about $

    If you have any information about these crimes, please contact the Lincoln Police Department at or Crime Stoppers at

  • On Feb. 19, , between 6 and p.m. unknown person(s) placed an unknown substance on a Cadillac parked at the Mount Pulaski grade school. The grade school is located at N. Garden Street in Mount Pulaski. The substance caused extensive damage to the paint on the vehicle. The Mount Pulaski Police Department, () , and the Lincoln/Logan County Crime Stoppers are requesting anyone with any information to contact them.

  • On Jan. 16, , a possible arson occurred at N. Kickapoo St. (the old Scully Building) in Lincoln. The possible arson was reported at approx. p.m. on that date. Anyone with any information about this incident who may have seen anything or anyone in the area of the building is asked to contact the Lincoln Police Department, Lincoln Fire Department or Crime Stoppers.

  • On Jan. 12, , sometime between 6  and 9 p.m., a burglary occurred on Mayfair Drive in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced open a garage door and entered the residence. Unknown person(s) looked through dresser drawers and a closet. Taken from the residence were several shotguns, a cellular phone and a camera.

  • Sometime between Nov. 23 and Nov. 27, , unknown person(s) entered a residence on the west side of Lincoln. Unknown person(s) forced entry to the residence and went through it. Several items of jewelry where taken, along with a laptop computer and an unknown amount of U.S. currency.

  • Sometime between Nov. 13 and Nov. 14, , unknown person(s) forced entry to the Plaza Wash and Lube at Woodlawn Road in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) broke a window on a door on the east side of the building. Unknown person(s) entered the office area and took an assortment of U.S. currency and some product coupons. Estimated damage to the door was around $

Information on payouts

These are totals from the inception of the program Aug. 1, 

Total calls received:      

Solved cases:                   45

Arrests made:                   60

Dollar amount of drugs and merchandise recovered:    $36,

Dollar amount paid out for rewards:    $9,

( figures)

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