Police Beat for Saturday, January 26th, 2013A 38-year-old Nashville man is being held in the Marion County Jail for alleged domestic battery and possession of cannabis. Robert Ferguson of West Center was arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies early Saturday morning.
A 31-year-old Centralia man was arrested on multiple drug charges following a traffic stop by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies Friday night. Travis Short of South Poplar remained in the county jail Saturday morning for alleged driving under the influence of drugs, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Two others remained in custody Saturday after being arrested on petitions to revoke their probation. 33-year-old Charles Hammond of East Mitchell in Salem was arrested by sheriff's deputies, while 33-year-old Michael Miller of South Cherry in Centralia was taken into custody at the probation office.
31-year-old Melissa Waller of Ridge Road in Carlyle was arrested by Clinton County Sheriff's officials on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on a Marion County DUI warrant. Waller was later transferred to the Marion County Jail.
Salem Police arrested 27-year-old Josh Speiser of Cemetary Road in Sandoval for alleged driving under the influence, improper lane usage and no insurance. Speiser was arrested following a traffic stop on South Broadway at 2:20 Saturday morning.
33-year-old Sarah Swope of O'Fallon was arrested by Sandoval Police on outstanding Marion and Clinton County traffic warrants. She posted $200 bond and was released.
25-year-old Stephen Marlow of Route One Patoka posted $150 bond and was released after being arrested by sheriff's deputies for driving on a suspended license.
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