Police Beat for Saturday, March 8th, 2014A 43-year-old Centralia man is being held on a petition to revoke probation. Paul Wimberly of South Cherry was arrested at the Marion County Courthouse Friday morning.
37-year-old Heather Gladney of South Walnut in Centralia was arrested on an outstanding Marion County contempt warrant and for misdemeanor possession of cannabis following an early Saturday morning traffic stop.
Three others remain in custody on outstanding warrants. 27-year-old Daniel Myers of North Hickory in Centralia was arrested by Central City Police on a Marion County felony warrant. 23-year-old Andrew Cook of Paducah, Kentucky turned himself in on outstanding Marion and Clinton County warrants. 21-year-old James Watson III of Bowling Green, Kentucky was arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding Marion County warrant.
32-year-old Matthew Aynes of South Mine in Sandoval posted bond and was released after being arrested by Centralia Police on Marion County misdemeanor and Effingham DUI warrants.
18-year-old Richard Brown of Red Stripe Road in Salem was arrested by Salem Police for possession of drug paraphernalia and cannabis. He was released on $150 bond.
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