Police News 2/25

Beardstown Police
    On Feb. 9, Gustave T. Kalombo, 38, of Beardstown was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions.
    On Feb. 10, Brett A. Stock, 26, of Beardstown was ticketed for speeding.
    On Feb. 10, Stephanie L. Mangold, 29, of Beardstown was ticketed for operating a motor vehicle while using a cell phone in a school zone.
    On Feb. 11, Richard A. Berroa-Brito, 25, of Beardstown was ticketed for speeding.
    On Feb. 12, Alberto Puente, Jr., 20, of Beardstown was picked up on a Cass Co. warrant for driving while license suspended. Puente, Jr. posted bond and was released. On Feb. 19, Puente was ticketed for driving while license suspended, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle when registration suspended for lack of insurance. Puente posted bond and was released.
    On Feb. 12, Luis D. Rivera, 36, of Beardstown was ticketed for lack of a valid driver’s license and picked up on a Morgan Co. warrant. Rivera posted bond and was released.
    On Feb. 12, Karri J. Graves, 32, of Beardstown was picked up on a Cass Co. warrant for permitting an animal to be at large. Graves posted bond and was released.
    On Feb. 13, Oralia Diaz-Navarrete, 36, of Beardstown was ticketed for lack of a valid driver’s license.
    On Feb. 13, Jamie J. Esquivel, 26, of Naples was ticketed for driving while license suspended.
    On Feb. 14, Nicole E. Shireman, 18, of Beardstown was ticketed for driving without lights when required.
    On Feb. 19, Sherry A. Atriano, 32, of Beardstown was picked up on a Cass Co. warrant for meth-related child endangerment, meth manufacturing, and disposal of meth manufacturing waste.
    On Feb. 21, Amanda C. Campbell, 40, of Beardstown was ticketed for expired registration sticker.
CrimeStoppers
    Crimestoppers of Morgan & Scott County are requesting information to assist the Jacksonville Police Department in their investigation of several recent cases of vehicle break-ins. Six cases of  vehicle break-ins were reported occurring from 7 p.m. on Feb. 16 and 7 a.m. on Feb. 17. The majority occurred in the Northwest side of the city. Among the items taken were cash, checkbooks, a Dell laptop computer, ear-buds and several music CDs. The value of the items taken exceeded $3,600.
    The police are asking that anyone who has information concerning this incident or any other crimes within the two-county area submit a tip online by going to www.morganscottcrimestoppers.webs.com and clicking the blue button on the home page or calling Crimestoppers at 243-7300. Tips may also be submitted by texting 274637 (CRIMES). The first word of the text tip must be “payout.” More information can be found at www.morganscottcrimestoppers.webs.com.

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