Sheriff’s Report –– October 28, 2015
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motorist assit on I-64 near the 52 mile marker.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle on County Highway 22.
The Sheriff’s Office reported Victoria M. Karban, 32 of Smithton, struck a deer on St. Rt. 15 east of Plum Hill Road.
Michael J. Curran, 29 of Carlyle, was arrested by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office for a Marion County Warrant.
Katie A. Landers, 28 of Nashville, was cited by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office for Improper Display of Registration Sticker.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to a one vehicle accident on County Highway 21. A vehicle driven by Nicholas D. Weber, 28 of Coulterville was traveling Northbound on County Highway 21 when a deer entered the vehicles path of travel causing the vehicle to strike the deer. No injuries were reported.
A Washington County Deputy arrested Stephen M. Farris, 31 of Pinckneyville, on an outstanding warrant.
The Sheriff’s Office reported Mindy S. Sorenson, 31 of Godfrey struck a deer on DuBois Blacktop east of County Highway 17.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a motorist assist from the Nashville Police Department with a traffic stop.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies assisted the Nashville Police Department with a reported disturbance call.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to a Reckless Driver complaint on Irvington Road.
The Sheriff’s Office assisted a motorist, Bobby Mahurin, 56 of Lamar Mo. who had ran out of gas on I-64 at 52 mm by transporting him to the Circle K to obtain fuel for his vehicle.
The Sheriff’s Office assisted the Nashville Police Department with a report of suspicious activity.
The Sheriff’s Office assisted the Illinois State Police on a two-vehicle accident occurring on I-64.
David N. Johnson, 43 of St. Louis, was taken into custody on an outstanding Michigan warrant for failure to register as a sex offender.
A Washington County Deputy took a report of a stolen Honda 4-Wheel ATV.
The Washington County Sheriff and Washington County Deputies assisted the Nashville Community by participating in the “Trunk or Treat” event at the Nashville Community Center.
A Washington County Deputy completed a tow of an abandoned vehicle on St. Rt. 15 in Plum Hill Township.
The Sheriff’s Office responded to assist a motorist on I-64 westbound near the 48 mile marker.