Police Beat for Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Centralia Man Arrested for Criminal Trespass. Centralia Man Charged with Obstructing ID

A 32-year-old Centralia man was arrested for criminal trespass to state supported land and on an outstanding Marion County felony warrant after allegedly causing a disturbance at his mother's apartment on Wednesday. Michael Miller of North Elm was taken to the Marion County Jail. The warrant is for failure to appear on a felony failure to appear warrant.

22-year-old Marcus Meyerhold of South Hickory in Centralia was arrested by Sheriff's Deputies for obstructing identification.

29-year-old Amanda Casner of South Vincent in Salem was taken to the Marion County Jail after being arrested on a Marion County traffic failure to appear in court warrant. Bond on the warrant is set at $5,000.

62-year-old David Phelps of North Trenary Street in Salem was arrested by Salem Police for driving on a suspended license.

22-year-old Anthony Hernandez of South Mulberry in Sandoval posted bond and was released after being arrested by Sandoval Police on two outstanding misdemeanor failure to appear in court warrants.

A 42-year-old Patoka man, Charles Powell of Marshall Creek Road, posted $150 bond and was released on a battery charge. He's accused of striking one of his stepson's friend in the garage of his home after the two had words.