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Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police Report

News Release
November 21, 2013

11-19 Sheriff’s Police arrested Marci J. Hartman, 35 Woodland.  Hartman was wanted on an Iroquois County Warrant for failure to appear on the charge of Contempt of Court.  Hartman was transported to the Iroquois County Jail where she posted bond and was released

11-20 Brittany D. Mason, 25 Kankakee turned herself in at the Iroquois County Jail.  Mason was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear on a Theft Charge.  Mason posted bond and was released

11-20 Sheriff’s Police investigated a traffic accident at the intersection of N. Evergreen St. and W. Grant Ave in Onarga.  According to the report, Erica Garcia, 32 Onarga was stopped for the stop sign on W. Grant Ave when another vehicle driven by Kristen K. Parbs, 32 also of Onarga was proceeding to make a left turn onto W. Grant St. from N. Evergreen.  Garcia entered the intersection and struck Parbs’ vehicle on the driver’s side causing more than $1500 in damage to both vehicles.  No injuries were reported however, Garcia was cited for failure to yield right of way at a stop intersection

11-20 Sheriff’s Police investigated a single vehicle rollover accident on County Rd 9 near 2110 E Rd in rural Milford.  According to the Police report, Naomi K. Woodworth, 18 rural Milford was traveling westbound on County Rd 9 when she began to lose control of her vehicle on the wet roadway while negotiating a curve.  Woodworth’s vehicle left the roadway where it entered the south ditch and overturned approximately three times damaging an electric fence before coming to a rest on it’s wheels in a pasture facing east causing more than $1500 in damages.  Woodworth was transported to Iroquois Memorial Hospital by Milford EMS for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.  Woodworth was also cited for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and operation of uninsured motor vehicle.  Milford Fire also responded to the accident

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