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Police ReportSeptember 16, 2015

Police Report

September 8

The Nashville Police Department responded to a vehicle fire near N. Buhrman St. on E. St. Louis St.

Officers took a report of property damage from the 700 block of E. Holzhauer St.

Police responded to a subject walking on St. Rt. 127 at Mockingbird Road.

Officers took a report of threats from E. Memorial Dr.

September 9

Police conducted a welfare check in the 400 block of S. Kaskaskia St.

Officers responded to a two-car traffic crash on N. Grand Ave. at W. Maple St. A vehicle driven by Scott Hazel, of Nashville, did not see a vehicle, driven by Joshua Hughey, of Ashley, traveling north on N Grand Ave. and pulled out into the intersection in front of Hugey’s vehicle. Hughey was unable to avoid colliding with Hazel’s vehicle.

Police responded to the area of Mockingbird Rd near the Republic of Tea for an abandoned vehicle left on the roadway. The vehicle appeared to have broken down and had been there for several hours. Police contacted a tow to remove the vehicle from the roadway.

September 10

Officers responded to the 700 block of S. Mill St. for a domestic dispute.

Police took a report of fraud from the 300 block of E. Alton St.

Officers responded to an alarm in the 1500 block of S. Mill St.

Police responded to a traffic crash at S. Mill St. at E. Fairview Ln. A vehicle had eased out into the southbound lane of S. Mill St. from a private drive to allow a school bus to enter the same private drive from the southbound lane. A vehicle driven by Cheryl Baggett, of Pinckneyville, was traveling northbound and did not think the other vehicle was going to stop so she swerved to the right. Her vehicle then entered E. Fairview Ln, which had just been oiled and chipped, and couldn’t control the vehicle in the loose rock. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a stop sign post and a utility pole guidewire.

Officers responded to a complaint of people in a black truck selling meat out of the freezers in the back. Police located the truck and advised them they need a permit to solicit. They were subsequently escorted out of town.

Police responded to a two car accident on S. Mill St at E Alton St. A vehicle driven by Nicole Mollet, 22 of Greenville, was rear-ended by a vehicle driven by Andrew Bierman, 16 of Hoyleton. Mollet was stopped for traffic and Bierman had not seen the stopped vehicle and was unable to stop his car before striking Mollet. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were able to drive from the scene.

September 11

Officers took a report of threats from the 300 block of E. Allen St.

Police responded to an alarm on the 100 block of S. Washington St.

Officers responded to the 11600 block of St. Rt 127 for a 911 hang-up call.

Police responded to a hit and run three car accident at the Hardees Parking Lot. The accident occurred on South Mill St. and E. Alton St. No injuries were reported. An unknown cream car rear ended Lauryn Pedtke, who was stopped in traffic, as a result Lauryn was then pushed into the vehicle in front of her veing driven by Connie Ganz. A report was completed on the accident.