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Police Beat for Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

A 46-year-old Centralia man originally being investigated for a domestic battery has also been arrested on drug charges.  Centralia Police say they had been called to the home of Darren Featherstone of Gragg Street to a report of an alleged domestic battery.  While inside his home taking him into custody for aggravated domestic battery, police allegedly saw a small bag containing cannabis, two small bags of a white powdery substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine and several Sudefed capsules.  As a result, Featherson is also being held for alleged possession of methampetamine and cannabis and possession of a meth precursor.  

Kinmundy Police arrested two residents of a home at 300 West Case after executing a search warrant Tuesday night.  45-year-old Michelle Sullivan was being held in the Marion County Jail Wednesday morning for alleged possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.  49-year-old Wally West was taken to jail for possession of drug paraphernalia.  The Marion County Sheriff's Department assisted in executing the search warrant.

27-year-old Carolyn Pribble of South Poplar in Centralia was arrested by Sheriff's Deputies on a petition to revoke his probation. 

49-year-old Michael Tomshack of West Frankfort turned himself in on an outstanding Marion County misdeanor warrant.  

Two others arrested on outstanding warrants posted bond and were released.  37-year-old Sha Washington of Oak Park was picked up by sheriff's deputies for failure to appear on a failure to appear traffic warrant.  26-year-old Donald Fyke of Bicknell Street in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on a warrant for not paying the annual child support fee.

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