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WJBD - Local News - Police Beat for Saturday, December 8th, 2012

Police Beat for Saturday, December 8th, 2012

A 42-year-old Salem man was being held in the Marion County Jail on Saturday for alleged unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon. Paul Nelloms of North Dawley was arrested at the Marion County Courthouse by Salem Police. He is accused of selling a rifle to a local pawn shop on December fourth.

 

50-year-old Grandville Wayne Johnson of South Cherry in Centralia remained in custody after being arrested by Centralia Police for alleged driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license.

20-year-old Zachary May of Penfield Street in Odin was being held on a petition to revoke his probation.

Two others arrested on outstanding warrants remain in jail. 28-year-old Ian Meredith of Macon was arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding felony warrant. 18-year-old Jordan Mathis of Red Stripe Road in Sandoval is being held on an outstanding juvenile warrant.

A 42-year-old Mt. Vernon man has been arrested by Salem Police for alleged criminal damage to property. Jeremy McNealy of Dartmouth Street in Mt. Vernon is accused of slashing a tire on a car owned by Tracy Lippert of Shattuc while it was parked at Doctor's Nursing Home in Salem. Someone was able to get a vehicle description and McNealy was stopped in the 15-hundred block of East Main.

26-year-old Olajuwon Billberry of North Maple in Centralia posted $250 bond and was released on a petition to revoke his probation on a DUI charge.  

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