Police Beat for Thursday, February 27th, 2014Salem Police are investigating both a residential burglary and theft. Melissa Wessel of the 100 block of South Marion reported someone entered her home before three Wednesday afternoon. Wellel reported her house had been gone through, but nothing appeared to have been taken. About an hour and a half later, Kathy Whipple of the 400 block of South Maple reported medication had been stolen from her residence.
A 30-year-old Centralia resident, Kyle Hefley of East 14th, remained in the Marion County Jail Thursday morning on an outstanding thraffic warrant as well as for driving on a suspended license and no insurance.
48-year-old Julie Bumgarner of West Olive in Salem posted $1,000 bond after being arrested by Salem Police on a Marion County failure to appear in court warrant in a DUI case.
59-year-old Patricia Morris of East Olive in Salem posted $300 bond after being arreested by Salem Police on a Jefferson County Failure to Appear in Court warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia.
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