Police Beat for Saturday, October 6th, 2012
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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