Police Report – August 17, 2016
The Nashville Police Department responded to the 400 block of E. St. Louis St. for an abandoned vehicle.
Officers responded to the 1100 block of S. Washington St. for a welfare check.
Police responded to the 600 block of W. Goodner St. for a fire alarm.
Officers responded to the 700 block of S. Grand Ave. for an unruly patient.
Police responded to the 100 block of W. St. Louis St. for a suspicious person.
Officers responded to the 600 block of E. Memorial Dr. for a 911 hang-up call.
Police responded to the 1600 block of Heathwood Dr. to assist EMS.
Officers responded to a two-car traffic crash on N. Kaskaskia St. at W. Third St. A vehicle driven by Joyce McNabb, of Gillespie, was on W. Third St. attempting to cross N. Kaskaskia St. but did not see a northbound vehicle, driven by Jennifer Kirsch, of Nashville. As a result McNabb’s vehicle collided with Kirsch’s vehicle.
Police responded to S. Mill St. at E. Lebanon St. for a three car traffic crash. A vehicle driven by Selina Reynolds, of Nashville, rear ended a vehicle driven by Tyler Frazier, of Nashville, which rear ended a vehicle driven by Erin Riggins of Pinckneyville. No injuries were reported and a traffic crash report was completed on-scene.
Officers arrested Caylin Ryan, of Cookeville Tenn., for driving while license revoked. Caylin was also issued a citation for operating uninsured vehicle and verbal warnings for defective windshield and for unlawful displaying of registration.
Police responded to the 700 block of W. St. Louis St. for a report of fraud.
Officers located a juvenile that had crashed her bicycle. Police transported the juvenile home to her parents.
Police responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 to assist EMS.
Officers responded to the Memorial Medical Group, 1251 S. Mill St. for a report of theft and criminal damage to property. Their neighbor had been stealing water from them and had damaged their property. Subsequently, John Howell, of Nashville, was arrested for theft of services and criminal damage to property.
Police responded to the 500 block of W. Goodner St. for a welfare check.
Officers responded to the 700 block of S. Grand Ave. for a suspicious person.
Police responded to the 10000 block of St. Rt. 127 for a welfare check.
Officers responded to the 1400 block of S. Kaskaskia St. to assist EMS.
Police was dispatched to a two car accident in the Nascote parking lot. William Galeski of Steelville pulled out in front of Carey Nunn of Pocahontas.
Officers were dispatched to Majestic Ridez for an accident. Ellen Hughes of Nashville backed into a golf cart.
Police responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 for a dog in the roadway.
Officers responded to the 18000 block of Enterprise Ave. to assist EMS.
Police responded to the 800 block of S. Lafayette St. for property damage.
Officers were dispatched to a traffic crash on S. Mill St. A tree fell and landed on a car driven by Dirk Niermann of Nashville.
Police responded to a two car accident in front of McDonalds on St. Rt. 127. Ezekiel Burchell of Centralia, struck Emily Rhodes of New Berlin, putting Rhodes into the ditch. Rhodes complained of chest pain from the airbag, and was transported to Washington County Hospital, via ambulance, to be checked for injuries.
Officers responded to the 18000 block of St. Rt. 15 for an alarm.
Police responded to the 9600 block of St. Rt. 127 for an alarm.
Officers responded to St. Rt. 127 at the westbound on ramp to assist the Illinois State Police with a two-car traffic crash.
Police assisted ISP and Washington County Sheriff’s Office with three vehicle accidents on Interstate 64 between Nashville and Ashley. WCSO had one deputy on, and was on a fire call, the accidents were unknown of injuries, and assistance was requested. Police stopped and checked on each vehicle that was reported, and verified that there were no injuries. Police contacted a tow for one vehicle with no damage. ISP then handled to other accidents.
Officers assisted WCSO with a domestic in Addieville where a man had grabbed a female’s throat, and shoved her outside down some stairs. Police arrived on scene, separated the parties and secured the scene until a deputy arrived.
ISP District 13 put out an Ispern for a missing suicidal juvenile with a knife that was driving towards Nashville from tracking her phone. Nashville Police along with WCSO located the vehicle and stopped the vehicle. The juvenile was then released to EMS, per her mother via phone, and was taken to the Washington County Hospital for an evaluation.