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Police Beat for Sunday, September 8th, 2013

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

A 21-year-old Cairo man is being held in the Marion County Jail on multiple charges after getting into an altercation with Centralia Police early Sunday morning outside C Bar at 129 South Locust.  Centralia Police say Rueben Anderson became aggressive towards them after they were spotted with open alcohol outside the bar around closing time.  He later allegedly resisted being handcuffed.  He is being held for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and having open alcohol.  

A 22-year-old Salem woman was arrested by Salem Police for disorderly conduct early Sunday morning after allegedly returning to Salem Mobile Home Park after earlier being told to leave and not come back.   Rachel Akes of East Mitchell had allegedly been harassing some of the residents when initially asked to leave.  

Four others remained in custody Sunday morning after being arrested on outstanding warrants.  27-year-old Elizabeth McNeil of Bernard Road in Walnut Hill is being held for failure to appear on a possession of controlled substance charge.  She was arrested by Centralia Police. 28-year-old Michael Masterson of North Elm in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding felony warrant.  26-year-old Steve Littleton of South Hickory in Centralia is being held on outstanding Marion County traffic and Clinton County felony and family case warrants.   21-year-old Dustin Casner of Missouri Avenue in Salem was arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding Bond County warrant.   

55-year-old Douglas Organ of Farthing Road in Odin posted $36 bond and was released on an outstanding family case warrant for not paying the annual child support fee.  

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