Police Beat for Saturday, October 6th, 2012A 24-year-old Wamac man was arrested by Centralia Police on multiple charges on Friday. Steven Myers of Frazier Avenue was being held in the Marion County Jail for alleged aggravated battery to a police officer, resisting arrest, felony criminal damage to property, felony theft and on an outstanding DUI warrant.
18-year-old Clint Taylor of Case Street in Centralia remained in custody Saturday for alleged criminal damage to property, felony theft and an outstanding warrant.
17-year-old Jarrod Jolliff of South Locust in Centralia was arrested at the courthouse on Friday on burglary and retail theft charges.
Both 41-year-old Sean Meredith of East Texas in Sandoval and 38-year-old Andrew Biagi of Community Beach Road in Centralia remained in custody Saturday morning after being arrested on outstanding felony warrants.
20-year-old Russell Wimberly of Salem was taken to jail after being arrested at the probation office for a probation violation.
34-year-old Toby Gibson of North Hickory in Centralia was sent to jail from court after being found in contempt.
29-year-old James Kaminski of Illinois Street in Salem posted $250 bond after being arrested by Salem Police on an outstanding Fayette County small claims warrant.
A 39-year-old Irvington man, Brad Peters of East Superior Street, posted $2,500 bond after being arrested in Washington County on an outstanding Marion County warrant for violation of bail bond in a possession of controlled substance charge.
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