Police Beat for Sunday, November 17th, 2013A 22-year-old Salem woman remains in the Marion County Jail after being arrested for alleged criminal trespass to property. Salem Police say Rachelle Akes of Salem Estates Mobile Home Park on Route 37 North allegedly entered the home of another resident with the intent to beat her up. Police report the home entered belonged to Alica Karrick. She was not injured.
29-year-old Amanda Leigh Wyant of Dean Street in Centralia was arrested by Salem Police for disorderly conduct after she allegedly created a disturbance at Legend's Lounge. She posted $100 bond and was released.
29-year-old Kevin Simon of West Whitaker in Salem was arrested by Salem Police for battery. He was released from the Marion County Jail after posting $150 bond. No other details are yet available.
Centralia Police arrested 38-year-old Deleana Roeder of North Pine in Centralia on two outstanding Marion County felony warrants and a new charge of unlawful use of a credit card. The new charge stems from an incident last April where Roeder allegedly used a credit card that had been stolen in a vehicle burglary.
31-year-old Terrel Cook of East St. Louis was arrested by Salem Police for possession of cannabis. Police report the cannabis was found in Cook's possession when he was questioned after they were called to a report of a disturbance at a home in the 700 block of Lyford Street.
Salem Police arrested 31-year-old Eva Potter of Main Street in Salem during a traffic stop for allegedly operating a motor vehicle with registration suspended. She posted $100 bond and was released.
21-year-old Myers Wiebler of East 11th in Centralia posted $600 bond after being arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding traffic warrant.
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