Police Beat for Sunday, July 6th, 2014A 35-year-old Sandoval man is being held in the Marion County Jail for alleged domestic battery. Samuel Carter of South Mulberry was arrested Saturday by Sandoval Police.
Three others are in custody on outstanding warrants. 23-year-old Shirley Barnes of North Maple in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding St. Clair County warrant and on Marion County DUI and misdemeanor warrants. 49-year-old Antayus Haskins of North Sycamore in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding Marion County failure to appear in court warrant. 23-year-old Curtis Moghadam of South Hickory in Centralia was arrested by Salem Police on an outstanding Marion County traffic warrant. A fourth person, 22-year-old Rebekka Stewart of South Sycamore in Centralia, was released on personal recognizance bond after being arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding Marion County traffic warrant.
Salem Police have arrested two women at the Salem Wal-mart Store for retail theft. 25-year-old Desiree Bradley of Jefferson Street in Carlyle and 23-year-old Marah Chapman of Osage Drive in Centralia both were taken to the Marion County Jail, where they later posted $150 bond and were released. The two were held by Wal-mart asset protection employees until police arrived at the store shortly after seven Saturday night.
The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating a theft complaint from Judith Oldfield of Race Track Road east of Centralia. Oldfield report a pair of motorcycle racing boots and a pair of rear tires and rims for a four wheeler stolen from her garage during the past three weeks. She said during the past year a Wii, eBox, two pairs of shoes, a set of wrenches, about 50 dvds, a five gallon bucket full of ammunition shells and two rod and reels have been taken.
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