Police Beat for Saturday, February 9th, 2013A 35-year-old Patoka man was being held in the Marion County Jail Saturday on two outstanding warrants and for retail theft. Salem Police initially arrested Julian Permenter of West Jefferson at the Salem Wal-mart store on the retail theft charge. Police then learned Parmenter was wanted on failure to appear in court warrants in both Marion and Clinton Counties on traffic charges.
26-year-old Cody Thompson of Goff Lane in Salem was being held on an outstanding Marion County warrant and possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia after being arrested by sheriff's deputies.
30-year-old Jonathan Dunahee of Dunahee Crossing in Salem is being held in the county jail on a drug court sanction.
Two others are being held on petitions to revoke their probation. 25-year-old Lee Flowers of Park Avenue in Mt. Vernon and 47-year-old Lavita Malone of Howard Street in Centralia were sent to jail from court on Friday.
43-year-old Cherish Sue Risley of Briarcroft Road in Salem was transferred to the Washington County Jail at Nashville after being arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies on an outstanding Washington County misdemeanor warrant.
18-year-old Kristen Rybicki of East Galaxy in Woodlawn posted $100 bond and was released after being arrested by sheriff's deputies for alleged driving under the influence and illegal transportation of liquor.
34-year-old Heather Atchison of South Cherry in Centralia posted $250 bond after being arrested on an outstanding Marion County warrant.
Two others posted $150 bond and were released after being arrested for driving on a suspended license. 26-year-old Audrey Lyn McCammack of Fair Avenue in Flora was arrested by Kinmundy Police and 25-year-old Justin Smith of Boyd Street in Iuka by Alma Police.
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