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Police Beat for Monday, November 26th, 2012

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The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating a burglary to a storage shed on the Melissa Jones property on Green Street in Odin.  A snap on battery charger was reported missing.  Entry was gained by prying off the lock.  

A 25-year-old Centralia man has been arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies in connection with a November 11th domestic battery.   Darrian Williams of Lake Road was located by Centralia Police Sunday night and turned over to the sheriff's department.  He is accused of striking Kristi Miesel of the same address in the face during a disagreement at their home.  

Two others remain in custody following Sunday arrests on outstanding warrants.  19-year-old Brittany Atchison of Apple Road in Centralia was arrested by Wamac Police on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.  19-year-old Corbin Bryant of Chicago remains in jail on a Jackson County ordinance violation warrant after being stopped by sheriff's deputies.  

18-year-old Dejohn Suber of Carbondale was arrested by sheriff's deputies on misdemeanor drug charges during a traffic stop on Interstate 57.   Suber posted $150 bond and was released on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and cannabis.   

Salem Firemen were called out twice to field fires on Sunday.  The first fire covered a small area on the Ron Joiner property at 62-41 Bailey Road.  The call came in at 4:30 Sunday afternoon.  The second was a controlled burn that had not been fully extinguished on the Sherri Lynch property at 44-09 Radio Tower Road.  Firemen put out the fire when receiving the call at 11:30 Sunday night.  Fire officials say no buildings were threatened by either fire.  

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