Police Beat for Thursday, October 4th, 2012A 21-year-old Centralia man escaped injury after he had to jump onto the hood of a car to prevent from being struck by the vehicle. Centralia Police say the incident involving Lawrence Cooper of Robinett Street in Centralia occurred after he got out of a car driven by 22-year-old Kim Jones-Hawkins of Robinett Road in Centralia. The two had been in a disagreement. After jumping onto the hood of the car in the 900 block of East Rexford, Cooper rode on the hood until the car stopped near Laura Leake Park where he jumped off. Jones-Hawkins was later arrested for alleged domestic battery and taken to the Marion County Jail.
Centralia Police have arrested a 49-year-old Centralia woman for criminal trespass to property and obstructing justice. Tena Burton of Marion Street was arrested after police went to a home in the 16-hundred block of South Hickory Street for the third time Wednesday and found Burton allegedly leaning out a window yelling and threatening the home owner. Police say they had warned her on the two prior visits to not come back to the residence. Burton reportedly became very combative and uncooperative after being taken into police custody.
Four people were being held in the Marion County Jail Wednesday morning on outstanding warrants. Two were arrested by Salem Police after they were tipped to their location. 40-year-old Shannon Dulaney of South Washington Street in Salem is being held on an outstanding felony warrant. 34-year-old Andrew Norman of South Washington in Salem was being held on an outstanding traffic warrant. 25-year-old John Atteberry of Mills Cart Road in Salem was arrested by sheriff's deputies on an outstanding felony warrant. 19-year-old Briton McCray of South Brookside in Centralia was taken into custody by Wamac Police on an outstanding felony warrant.
20-year-old Britney Altom of Dawley Street in Salem remained in the Marion County Jail for a probation violation.
23-year-old Phillip Young II of Lakewood Drive in Centralia posted $120 bond and was released after being arrested for alleged disorderly conduct. Young allegedly got into a disagreement with a sheriff's department official attempting to complete an eviction at a home on Prairie Street in Central City.
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