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Police Beat for Sunday, August 10th, 2014

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

A 43-year-old Salem man is in custody at the Marion County Jail on multiple charges after allegedly refusing to leave the Moose Lodge shortly after midnight.  Ronald Sands of South Marion is being held for burglary, theft, aggravated battery to a police officer, resisting arrest, criminal trespass to land and disorderly conduct.  Police say Sands was allegedly found in possession of a shot glass from the Moose when he was taken into custody.  He is accused of brushing up against a police officer and refusing to be arrested.  

A 25-year-old Salem resident remained in custody on Sunday for alleged criminal trespass to property and disorderly conduct. Kirby Akes of East Mitchell was arrested by Odin Police.  

51-year-old Les Hays of South Maple in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on two outstanding felony warrants and driving on a revoked or suspended license.  

52-year-old Clifton Martin of Carterville remained in jail Sunday after being arrested by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies on an outstanding Marion County felony warrant.

A 45-year-old Centralia woman was arrested by Wamac Police for alleged criminal trespass to state supported land, disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia.   Tina Nossett of North Cherry Street posted $150 bond and was released from the Marion County Jail.

22-year-old Richiah Poore of South Pine in Centralia posted $1,000 bond and was released after being arrested by a Marion County Sheriff's Deputy on an outstanding Madison County warrant.

18-year-old Brandon Skibinski of Monroe Street in Sandoval posted $150 bond after being arrested by State Police for speeding more than 40 miles per hour.  

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