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Police Beat for Saturday, August 31st, 2013

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

A 34-year-old Leitchfield, Kentucky man has been arrested by Salem Police for retail theft.  Travis Coogle was taken into custody at the Salem Wal-mart store.

25-year-old Estrella Ramos of Springfield was in custody Saturday after being arrested at the Marion County Probation Office on a petition to revoke probation.

25-year-old Amber McCowen of Marion Street in Centralia remained in custody Saturday after being arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding driving under the influence warrant.

43-year-old John Evans of Lair Street in Vernon posted bond and was released after being arrested by sheriff's deputies for disorderly conduct.  

30-year-old Crystal Powell of Opdyke Street in Mt. Vernon posted bond and was arrested by Salem Police for driving on a suspended license.

Four others arrested on outstanding warrants posted bond and were released.  They are 20-year-old Judija Omerovic of East Main in Odin who posted $500 bond after being arrested at the probation office on a warrant in a theft case.  20-year-old Trenton Pearson of State Route 37 in Kinmundy posted $1,000 bond after being arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding Marion County DUI warrant.   25-year-old David Davis of Lakewood Drive in Salem posted $300 bond and was released following his arrest by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding traffic warrant.  19-year-old Antonio Crossland of Harris Road in Salem posted $5,000 bond and was released after being arrested by Salem Police on an outstanding DUI warrant.  Police located Crossland when responding to a loud noise complaint at Salem Mobile Home Park.  

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