Police Beat for Sunday, November 25th, 2012Two people remained in the Marion County Jail Sunday morning following early morning arrests. 22-year-old Ashton Arlt of South Walnut in Centralia was arrested by Wamac Police on an outstanding traffic warrant. 35-year-old Rahsaan Johnson of East Rexford in Centralia was taken into custody by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies for driving on a suspended license.
Two people were arrested by State Police for driving under the influence. 34-year-old Brian Doremire of West Kell in Centralia and 38-year-old Jeff Pflueger of Farthing Road in Odin both posted $100 bond and were released from the Marion County Jail.
23-year-old Charles Hudson of South Rotan in Salem was arrested by Salem Police for alleged disorderly conduct. Hudson is accused of threatening an off-duty correctional officer when leaving Legend's Lounge. Hudson was later released on a notice to appear in court.
34-year-old Christie Cline of Gragg Street in Centralia posted $250 bond and was released from custody on an outstanding Marion County ordinance violation warrant.
The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating criminal damage to a boat owned by Graham Breeze of the Bundyville Road in rural Walnut Hill. Breeze discovered two bullet holes when he went to pick up his boat from Lake Centralia. The damage apparently occurred while the boat was on property off Arcadia Lane.
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