Police Beat for Wednesday, February 27th, 2013A 27-year-old Mt. Vernon woman has been arrested for possession of under five grams of methamphetamine. Michelle Williams of Main Street was picked up during a traffic stop for allegedly having the meth during a traffic stop last weekend when she was arrested for alleged driving under the influence. At the time, police were uncertain of the contents of the substance. It later tested positive for meth.
A 36-year-old Odin man has been arrested for purchase of sudefed without a prescription with a prior methamphetamine related conviction. Walter Henson of LaClede Road was arrested at a home in Centralia. Marion County Sheriff's Investigators had been looking for Henson as a result of his name showing up in registries for purchase of sudefed. Henson was taken to the Marion County Jail.
Salem Police arrested both people involved in a domestic dispute Wednesday morning in a room at the Super Eight Motel. 25-year-old Ryan McCarty of Front Street in Iuka was taken to the Marion County Jail for alleged domestic battery. 26-year-old Nicole Dulaney of Porter Street in Kinmundy was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Salem Police arrested two persons following a traffic stop. The driver, 29-year-old Alisha Hays of North Miller in Salem, posted $100 bond for alleged driving under the influence of drugs. A passenger, 21-year-old Demarcus Jones of East Lansing, was arrested on an outstanding failure to appear in court traffic warrant.
A 29-year-old Alma man, Marcus Dulaney of Public Street, has been arrested by Wamac Police for driving under the influence of drugs and burglary.
The Marion County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of tools from a vehicle owned by Trevor Cannon of Salem while it was parked at a residence on East Poplar
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