Police Beat for Saturday, July 26th, 2014Centralia Police have arrested two people for retail theft. 26-year-old Ryan Duncan of North Elm in Centralia and 24-year-old Jordan Rivera of South 15th Street in Mt. Vernon were taken to the Marion County Jail.
A 54-year-old Patoka man remained in custody after being arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies for alleged violation of an order of protection and violation of bail bond. Anthony Pharrow of East Claude was taken into custody after returning to his home where he had been banned following a recent domestic battery arrest.
20-year-old Melanie Scerba of South Cherry in Centralia was arrested at the courthouse on Friday on a petition to revoke her probation.
31-year-old Jerrin Mills of Salem Mobile Home Park remains in custody after being arrested at the probation office on Friday on a petition to revoke probation in a driving under the influence case.
23-year-old Erica Formileer of Brookside Drive in Centralia remained in jail after being arrested for driving on a suspended license.
21-year-old Denzel Haynes of South 21st Street in Mt. Vernon remained n jail Saturday on an outstanding Marion County DUI warrant.
A 30-year-old Salem man, Adam Phillips of East William Street, posted $150 bond and was released after being arrested by Salem Police early Saturday morning for alleged driving under the influence.
51-year-old Perry Richards of Madison, Wisconsin was given a notice to appear in court after being arrested for possession of 2.5 to ten grams of cannabis.
The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of wire from a vacant home in the 33-hundred block of Vermundy Road in Vernon. The owner, Raymond Griffin of Bernard Road in Walnut Hill, reported late Friday afternoon someone clipped off short pieces of wire during the past ten days. Griffin also said storm windows were stolen out of the barn.
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