Police Beat for Saturday, May 17th, 2014A 26-year-old Centralia man remained in the Marion County Jail on Saturday on multiple charges after allegedly driving into a tombstone at the Sandoval Cemetery. Jimmy Gramlick of East 7th Street was arrested for reckless driving, driving under the influence, illegal possession and transportation of liquor, and criminal damage to property. Gramlick also reportedly left some ruts in the cemetery. The incident occurred around nine Friday night.
Two others remained in custody Saturday on outstanding warrants. 24-year-old Allen Hirsch of South Brookside in Wamac was arrested on a failure to appear in court warrant for possession of a controlled substance. Bond on the warrant is set at $10,000. 25-year-old Glenn Roper of Bethel Road in Sandoval was being held for violation of a no contact order in a Clinton County case. Bond was set at $25,000.
45-year-old John Thompson of Northwood Lane in Salem posted $300 bond and was released after being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
37-year-old Benjamin Landes of Cody Road in Centralia posted $150 bond and was released for driving on a revoked or suspended license.
Three others posted bond on failure to appear in court warrants and were released. 38-year-old Misty Podergois of West Jefferson Avenue in Patoka posted $500 bond and was released on a traffic failure to appear warrant. 26-year-old Levi Sullivan of Ticklen Road in Odin posted $500 bond on a warrant for failure to appear in court for driving under the influence of alcohol.
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