Sheriff’s ReportJuly 29, 2015

July 20

The Nashville Police Department responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 for suspicious subjects.

The police responded to the Sheriff’s Department in regards to a warrant service. Steven Koepke, 52, of Addieville, had turned himself in on a felony Washington County warrant. Police served Steven with his warrant and released him to the jail staff.

Officers responded to the 1200 block of S. Mill St. for illegal burning.

July 21

Police responded to the area of Richview Road for suspicious activity.

Officers responded to the 100 block of W. Third St. for an assault. Melinda Johnston, 30, of Trenton was arrested on an assault charge.

Police conducted a welfare check in the 800 block of S. Mill St.

Officers responded to the 1300 block of S. Mill St. for an unwanted person.

Police responded to the 1600 block of S. Mill St. for a 911 hang-up call.

July 22

Police handled a two vehicle accident on E. St. Louis St. in front of Circle K. A vehicle driven by James Sutton, of Nashville, hit a vehicle driven by Barbara Dalman, of Ashley. There were no injuries.

Officers responded to the 17500 block of Mockingbird rd. for an alarm.

Police conducted a welfare check on the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127.

Officers responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 for a child custody dispute.

Police responded to the truck stop to remove a driver who had been fired from a semi truck.

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July 21

Cora M. Rhynes, 40, of Sandoval, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department for driving while license suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

Blake T. Featherstone, 28, of Centralia, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department for driving while license revoked and for no rear registration light.

July 22

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a residence in rural Ashley to assist the Washington County Ambulance Service on a medical call.

Tab W. Sanders, 27, of New Athens, was arrested on a Washington County warrant.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a domestic dispute in Hoyleton.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a domestic disturbance in Irvington.

The Sheriff’s Dept. spoke with a resident in Irvington in reference to a civil matter.

July 23

The Sheriff’s Dept. assisted a motorist on Co. Hwy. 11

The Sheriff’s Dept. returned a phone call to a rural Nashville resident regarding a fraudulent phone call.

July 24

The Sheriff’s Dept. took a theft report from a business in New Minden.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to Swanick Rd., near the intersection of Pleasant Hill Rd. for a one-vehicle roll-over crash. A 2004 Chevy Cavalier driven by Gabriel Shubert, 37, of Nashville, appeared to have lost control on the gravel on the roadway, skidded out of control, ran off the east side of the road, struck the ditch, and rolled over several times. Shubert was ejected from the vehicle and sustained injuries which required medical attention and transport to a St. Louis hospital by helicopter. The crash is still under investigation.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a motorist assist on I-64 westbound at the 49 mile marker.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to assist the Okawville Police Department with a domestic disturbance.

July 25

The Sheriff’s Dept. assisted the Washington County Animal Control with an animal complaint in rural Ashley.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a one-vehicle accident on St. Rt. 15, west of St. Louis Rd. Stephen M. Farris, 31, of Pinckneyville, was traveling westbound when he went off of the roadway, striking the ditch. There were no injuries or lane blockage. Farris was arrested and was cited for improper lane usage, driving while license revoked, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving under the influence, and on a Randolph County Failure to appear warrant.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a report of suspicious activity in rural Nashville.

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a residence in Hoyleton for a report of a verbal dispute.

July 26

The Sheriff’s Dept. responded to rural New Minden for a complaint of four-wheelers driving in the roadway.

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