June 13, 2012
Jail Population: 81
Summons Served: 2
Warrant Arrests: 1
Investigation into the scene of an accident which occurred at approximately 5:20 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, revealed that a vehicle driven by Allen Follis, 56, Mount Pulaski, was traveling west on Benjamin Street near the intersection of Harriett Street. He veered left off the roadway and collided with the vehicle of Charles Dunning, 51, Kenney, which was parked on the south sie of Benjamin Street unoccupied. Follis’ vehicle had minor front bumper damage on the driver side. Dunning’s vehicle had major damage to rear passenger side quarter panel and possible damage to suspension on rear passenger side. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
Investigation into the scene of an accident which occurred at approximately 8:12 a.m. on Friday, June 8, revealed that a vehicle driven by Vincent Smith, 34, Clinton, was traveling eastbound on Illinois Route 10 approximately 1 mile west of Clinton. A guy riding a bicycle was also traveling eastbound in the same lane as Smith, both traveling in the same direction. The bottom outside corner of Smith’s passenger side mirror made contact with the cyclist’s left shoulder. Smith stopped to check the cyclist’s well being. He refused any treatment.
Investigation into the scene of an accident which occurred at approximately 10:42 a.m. on Friday, June 8, revealed that a vehicle driven by Matt Workman, 18, White Heath, was traveling westbound on Illinois 10, east of Weldon. Workman lost control of the vehicle and veered to the left ditch, dug into the embankment, and rolled. Workman climbed out of the vehicle and waited for emergency responders to arrive. Workman was taken to Dr. John Warner Hospital for further evaluation. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
David Kinder, 53, Moberly, MO, was issued citations for Operating Uninsured Vehicle and Disobeying Traffic Control Device. Kinder was issued a notice to appear and was released.
Brittney Purdue, 18, Clinton, was issued citations for Failure To Reduce Speed/Accident and Driving Under Influence. Purdue was issued a notice to appear and was released.
ALL SUSPECTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL FOUND GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW.