August 24, 2011
Jail Population: 51
Summons Served: 0
Warrant Arrests: 1
Melissa Koronis, 19, Bloomington, was issued a citation for Speeding (68 mph in a 45 mph zone). Karonis was posted her Driver’s License as bond and was released.
Samantha Leathers, 26, Bloomington, was issued a citation for Speeding (73 mph in a 55 mph zone). Leathers was issued a notice to appear and was released.
Jeffrey Adams, 29, Bloomington, was issued citations for operating an un-insured vehicle and no valid registration. Adams posted his Driver’s License as bond and was released.
Janis Thackrey, 27, Clinton, was issued a citation for Speeding (83 mph in a 65 mph zone). Thackrey posted her Driver’s License as bond and was released.
Tamara Franklin, 41, Maroa, was issued a citation for Speeding (70 mph in a 45 mph zone). Franklin posted her Drivers License as bond and was released.
Eric Gdowski, 22, Normal, was arrested on a McLean County Warrant charging him with Failure to Appear. Gdowski remains lodged in the DeWitt County Jail.
Investigation into the scene of an accident, which occurred at approximately 5:20 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2011, revealed that a vehicle driven by Jacob Smith, 17, Clinton was driving through the parking lot of the Clinton Country Club golf course. Smith turned too fast striking, legally parked, vehicle belonging to Kathy Massey, causing damage to the rear driver’s side quarter panel. Smith’s vehicle sustained very minor damage on the front driver’s side bumper. No injuries were sustained. No citations were issued as the crash occurred on privately owned grounds.
Revision to original accident report dated 8/13/11.
Investigation into the scene of an accident, which occurred at approximately 10:59 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, 2011, revealed that a vehicle driven by Katherine Mollet, 32, Argenta was driving northbound on US Hwy 51 when a semi abruptly stopped at the railroad crossing. Mollet slams on brakes to avoid striking the semi. A car driven by Lucas Johnson, 21, Heyworth hits his brakes, but strikes the rear of Mollet’s vehicle. Mollet’s vehicle had extensive rear end damage, including a broken rear hatch window. Johnson’s vehicle sustained damage to the front end, bumper and grill. Neither driver was injured. No citations were issued.