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WJBD - Local News - Police Beat for Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Police Beat for Thursday, February 14th, 2013

A 50-year-old Centralia man is being held in the Marion County Jail for alleged aggravated battery to a person over the age of 60 as well as domestic battery and battery.   Jeffry Maines of South Brookside was arrested by Centralia Police.

43-year-old James Gregory of Main Street in Shattuc was arrested by State Police on an outstanding felony warrant and for driving under the influence of alcohol.  

42-year-old Paul Wimberly of Wabash Avenue in Wamac was arrested by Sheriff's Deputies on a petition to revoke his probation.   

Two others are being held on outstanding misdemeanor warrants.  31-year-old Edwin Steinkamp of South Oak in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police and 25-year-old Jimmy Gramlick Junior of East Claud in Patoka by Sandoval Police.  

Three others posted bond on outstanding warrants and were released.  19-year-old Brandon Moore of South Brookside in Centralia and 32-year-old Carl Horn of North Trenary in Salem were both arrested on outstanding traffic warrants.  28-year-old Jeffrey Tabor of North Jefferson in Salem posted $650 bond and was released after turning himself in on outstanding Marion and Jefferson County failure to appear in court warrants.

26-year-old T.J. Montez Howard of West Third in Centralia posted $500 bond and was released on a petition to revoke his probation.   

32-year-old Jennifer Keller of McKee Street in Centralia posted $150 bond and was released for driving on a suspended license.  

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