Courthouse News for the Week of May 23, 2011
- Last Updated on Friday, 13 July 2012 14:53
- Written by Administrator
Traffic citations - Ordinance violations - Misdemeanors - Felonies
5-24-11 – Gregory E. Beach, Jr. – Violate Highway Rail Grade Crossing.
5-24-11 – Gregory E. Beach, Jr. – Unattended vehicle.
5-24-11 – Gregory E. Beach, Jr. – Trespassing on railroad property.
5-24-11 – Gregory E. Beach,Jr. – Driving under the influence of alcohol.
5-23-11 – Hayley J. Kitterman – Seatbelt required/driver.
5-24-11 – Kenneth E. Krider, Jr. – Seatbelt required/driver.
5-23-11 – Dylan D. Robinder – Seatbelt required/driver.
5-24-11 – Lillie L. Rumbold – Seatbelt required/driver.
5-24-11 – Richard R. Wilker - – Driving 15-20 mph above the speed limit.
5-25-11 - A two vehicle accident occurred in the parking lot at the Stark County High School. Drivers involved were Glenda L. Stachniak, 46, and Bryce L.J. Willis, 16, both of Wyoming. There were no injuries reported adn no citations issued. Both vehicles were estimated at over $1,500 apiece.
5-27-11 - A two vehicle accident occurred along Route 91 at the intersection of 300 N. Drivers involved were identified as Amanda L. Moreland, 21, of Princeville, and Thomas R. Leezer, 53, of Toulon. An infant traveling in Moreland’s vehicle was transported to OSF St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, to be checked by emergency personnel. Leezer was ticketed for failure to yield while turning left.
5-29-11 - A deer related vehicle accident occurred along the Valley Blacktop road involving driver Jason L. Bowen. The driver reportedly was unable to stop to avoid striking the animal after it stepped into the path of the oncoming vehicle. There were no injuries reported or citations issued.
5-20-11 - Jenny R. Gheen, 18, of Toulon, reported the theft of her Ipod, stolen from her vehcile while it was parked at the Stark County High School. The incident remains under investigation.
5-25-11 - Cory Peterson, of Bradford, reported that his residence had been burglarized. The incident remains under investigation through the Bradford Police Department.