The Nashville Police Department assisted county with a reported traffic crash on I-64 at mile marker 48.
Officers responded to the 300 block of E. St. Louis St. for a civil dispute.
Police responded to the 100 block of E. Angie Ave. for a civil dispute.
Officers responded to the ER for an uncooperative patient.
Police responded to the 100 block of E. Angie Ave. for threats.
Officers responded to the 100 block of E. Angie Ave. for violation of no contact order.
Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation. Police subsequently arrested the driver, David Myers, of Centralia, for one felony warrant and one misdemeanor warrant out of Washington County. David was taken to the Washington County Jail for the warrants. No local charges.
Officers responded to Windswept Drive to assist county with an alarm.
Police responded to the park for suspicious activity.
Officers responded to I-64 East, near the 53 mile marker, for a report of a two-vehicle crash. Upon arrival it was discovered to be a single vehicle/deer crash and the vehicle was partially in the left lane. Police stayed until the Illinois State Police arrived to handle the report.
Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on the east bound off-ramp of I-64 at the intersection of St. Rt. 127. Randy Corey, 68 of Makanda, did not observe the vehicle in front of his had came to a stop and struck the rear of a vehicle driven by James Stokke, 25 of Carbondale. Both drivers received no injury and were able to drive their vehicles away from the scene.
Officers responded to the 18000 block of St. Rt. 15 for an alarm.
Police responded to the 800 block of S. Mill St. for a civil issue.
Officers responded to the 11700 block of St. Rt. 127 for a disturbance.
Police assisted State Police in stopping a suspect in a hit and run. Police stopped the vehicle and had them go to LN Shell per ISP District 11 request.
Officers executed an arrest warrant on Jesse Smith of St. Louis, Mo. for failing to appear on a Washington County warrant.
Police responded to Holzhauer’s for suspicious activity.