Sheriff’s Report – May 23, 2018

May 20

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to an residence in rural Nashville for an Abandoned Motor Vehicle.
Washington County Sheriff’s Dept. responded to a report of a theft from a residence in rural Nashville.
A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a residence on Pine Street in Irvington for a report of a burglary.
A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the Hoyleton Children’s Home for a disturbance.

May 19

Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Molly Hongsermeier, of Centralia, on an outstanding Washington County Failure to Appear Warrant.
A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the Hoyleton Youth and Family Services building for a report of a missing person.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office reported Melissa E. Fleischmann, 29 of DuBois, lost control of her vehicle and struck a bridge on Radom Rd. near Radom. No injuries reported.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office assisted with traffic control for a Structure Fire in Beaucoup.

May 18

A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to East Madison Street in Ashley for a report of suspicious activity.
Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to Interstate 64, 46th mile marker, for a motorist assist.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Irvington Apartment Complex for a report of a disturbance.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested Keziah D. Coleman, 23 of Carbondale on a Washington County warrant.

May 16

A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to Ashley, for a report of domestic trouble.
Washington County Sheriff Deputies responded to a residence in Richview, for a report of suspicious activity. Kristi Kay Minnix, 49, of Richview, was arrested for unlawful possession of meth, possession of a firearm without a firearm owner’s ID card, possession of firearm ammunition without a firearm owner’s ID card, and possession of a stolen firearm.

May 15

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office reported Suspicious Activity at the Ashley Grade School.

May 14

A Washington County Deputy transported Joseph L Oliver, 35 of Ashley, was transported to the Washington County Jail and served a warrant for unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon.

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