Two Face New Felony Charges In Marion County CourtTwo people face new felony charges in Marion County Court.
Bond was set at $25,000 for 24-year-old Victor Jenkins of Davis Street in Centralia after he was arrested for unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Jenkins was allegedly in possession of a narcotic drug without a prescription. He told the court he would hire his own attorney. A preliminary hearing was set for July 24th.
22-year-old Joseph Joiner of Murphysboro had bond set at $15,000 after being charged with criminal damage to government supported property. Joiner is accused of breaking out a window in a Salem Police car late Thursday night when being transported to jail. Joiner allegedly got into an altercation with police who had been called to the Wal-mart parking lot to a report of a fight between Joiner and another man. The other man had left by the time police arrived.
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