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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/19/19

 

Traffic Accident (Hit & Run)           H19-4433    

Time:          04:45 am

Location:    1 McFerren Park

Unit 1:         2015 Chrysler 4 Dr owned by Chad & Bobbie Sanford of Sheldon

Property Damage:           (2) Trees

Details:       HPD was called to investigate a traffic accident at McFerren Park. At the time of the report suspect vehicle struck (2) trees inside the park, causing damage to both and to the vehicle.  Investigation continues. 

 

 

Warrant Arrest(Vermilion Co)        H19-4436

Time:                 15:30

Location:            110 N Market St.

Arrested:             Bailee Cannon (F) (19) of Hoopeston

Details:                HPD saw Ms. Cannon at the above location. a computer check revealed that                  

                            She had an outstanding Vermilion Co Warrant. She was arrested and taken to                             

                            HPD to be processed. She was later transported to the PSB in lieu of bond. 

 

 

Residential Burglary                        H19-4437

Time:                    15:33         

Location:              1101 Savannah Ct.

Details:                 HPD was called to investigate a Burglary and Criminal damage to the residence when the resident came home to find someone entered her garage and attempted to pry open the garage door leading into the house. Resident stated that no items appeared to be missing.

                             The report was sent to Investigators for further review.

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THE ILLINOIS STATE POLICE REMINDS MOTORISTS SCHOOL IS STARTING

 Illinois State Police (ISP) District 21 Commander, Captain Don Aaron Harsy, would like to remind motorists that area schools are opening their doors to begin the new school year.  The start of the school year means an increase in pedestrian and vehicular traffic around schools. 
Motorists need to be watchful of slowed or stopped school buses, crosswalks and of children walking or riding their bike to and from school. Be mindful of children possibly darting out from between parked cars. Plan ahead and allow extra time for these school buses and the increase in traffic flow during the morning and after school hours. A friendly reminder that loading and unloading happens twice, in the morning and after school. Please be patient and aware in order to allow students and children to get to their destination safely.   
Motorists are also reminded to obey the school zone speed limit and avoid distracted driving.  The speed limit in school zones is 20 miles per hour and is in effect from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on school days when children are present. Motorists are reminded that driving while talking on a hand-held cellular device is strictly prohibited, as well as texting while driving. A first time offense and any subsequent offense is considered a moving violation.   
Motorists approaching a stopped school bus with lights activated and a sign extended must stop their vehicle before reaching the school bus.  Failure to do so can result in a $150 fine and a three-month driver’s license suspension.  Remember, pedestrians have the right-of-way in a crosswalk. 
 
 
 

 "As children prepare to return to school, motorists are encouraged to be mindful of the increase in both vehicular and pedestrian traffic, said Captain Harsy.  Motorist are reminded of school zone speed limits and to avoid distracted driving violations which can result in accident and injury,” added Harsy. 
 
The ISP Safety Education Officers (SEOs) are available to provide educational presentations promoting safe driving at area schools and throughout the community. The goal is to ensure the safety of our driving communities and increase public awareness as the new school year begins. 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/14/19

Fire Call

Time:          12:38 hrs

Location:    Vermilion County Housing Apartments 500 S 6th Ave

Details:       Resident called in about a smoke detector malfunctioning and active, no smoke seen or smelled but could smell odor of Natural Gas in the apartment.  HFD responded to the scene and Ameren, VCHA was also called to respond also. 

                   No report of injuries or sickness. 

 

 

Possession of Meth; Driving While License Suspended; Fleeing/Eluding; No Valid Registration; Operating Uninsured Vehicle                  H19-4349   V19-6827

Time:          7:29

Location:    200 block of E. Honeywell

Arrested:     Michael Abbott (50) Hoopeston male

Details:       Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle Abbott was driving. After a short pursuit Abbott was taken into custody and transported HPD, where he was charged with the above, processed and later transported to the PSB.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/13/19

 

Driving While License Suspended             H19-4326

Time:          1:29am

Location:    1000 block of W. Orange St

Arrested:     Lee Schnitzhofer (45) (M) of Chassell MI

Details:       While on a traffic stop a computer check revealed Schnitzhofer to have a suspended license. Subject was taken to HPD, where he was processed, and later released with a NTA in traffic court.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/9-8/12

Criminal Trespass to a Residence, Assault          H19-4282

Time:             3:50pm

Location:       700 blk S 1st Ave

Complainant:  35 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested:        James Brayboy (21) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:          HPD officers were called to the above location for the report of a disturbance.

                      After an investigation, Mr. Brayboy was arrested and taken to HPD to be

                       processed.  He was later transported to the PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

 

Driving While License Suspended                      H19-4292

Time:          3:49pm

Location:    Main/Market

Arrested:     Andy Barber (42) (M) of Urbana

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Barber was driving for a traffic violation. 

                   A computer check revealed that he had a suspended driver’s license.  Subject

                   was arrested and taken to HPDto be processed.  He was later released with a

traffic ticket and court date.

 

Warrant Arrest   

H19-4314    V19-6758  

Time:          12:35 pm

Location:    100 Block of E. Orange St

Arrested:     James R Grimes (42) year old Tilton male

Details:       While on patrol officers went to the above location in an attempt to locate Grimes who was known to have a warrant.  Officers made contact with Grimes and the warrants were confirmed through dispatch. Subject was taken to HPD, where he was charged with the above, processed and later transported to the PSB.

 

Disorderly Conduct (city)                          H19-4319

Time:          7:27pm

Location:    700 blk S 1st Av

Arrested:     James Brayboy (21) (M) of Hoopeston

                   Roy Zamora (28) (M) of Hoopeston

                   Angelo Zamora (34) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officers were called to the above location for the report of a disturbance.

                   Upon arrival, officers found all 3 subjects fighting and all were arrested.  Subjects

                   were taken to HPD to be processed.  They were later released with a city citation

                   and city court date.

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Iroquois County Homicide

 On the morning of Tuesday, August 6th, 2019, an autopsy was performed at the Brian R. Mitchell Forensic Center in Kankakee County, on the 17 year old female located deceased inside the residence of 49 year old Arthur C. Jensen on the evening of August 5th, 2019. Preliminary autopsy results showed that the female died of Ligature Strangulation. Toxicology and other forensic tests will be performed by the Forensic lab of the Illinois State Police as the investigation continues.

  The female victim’s name will not be released at this time due to her age.

   Arthur C. Jensen appeared in the Iroquois County Court in front of Judge James Kinzer on the afternoon of Tuesday, August 6th, 2019. Jensen’s bond was set at $1,000,000.00 10% and a public defender was temporarily appointed. Jensen’s next court appearance is on Thursday, August 8th 2019 at 1:30PM at the Iroquois County Court House.

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Fatal Traffic Crash in Vermilion County


 
WHAT:  Fatal Traffic Crash   
WHERE:   Poland Rd to Stateline Road (Vermilion County) 
WHEN:  August 6th, 2019 at 12:24 p.m. 
VEHICLES:  Unit 1: 2006, Gray Pontiac G6 
   Unit 2: 2016, Black Ford Escape 
DRIVERS:  Unit 1: Female 19  
   Unit 2: Male, 20, Covington, IN 
PASSENGERS: Unit 1: None 
   Unit 2: Female, Covington, IN  
PRELIMINARY: According to the preliminary crash investigation, Unit 1 failed to yield at the T intersection of Poland Rd and Stateline Road. Unit 1 was turning north onto Stateline Road when it was struck on the driver side by unit 2 driving south on Stateline Road.  The front left of unit 2 struck the driver side of unit 1.  Unit 1 came to rest in the east ditch and unit 2 came to rest in the middle of the road.  
   The driver of Unit 1 was pronounced deceased on scene. The Vermilion County Coroner will release the name of the deceased once next of kin notification has been completed.  
TRANSPORTS: The driver and passenger of unit 2 were transported to a local area hospital for non-life threatening injuries.  

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/7/19

Warrant Arrest; Criminal Damage to Property (Over)        

H19-4235    V19-6567   H19-4152 (Solved)

Time:          12:39 am

Location:    700 block of E. Young

Arrested:     Chase Hensley (23) year old Hoopeston male

Details:       Officers went to the above location in an attempt to locate Hensley who was known to have a warrant. Officers made contact with Hensley and the warrants were confirmed through dispatch. Subject was taken to HPD, where he was charged with the above, processed and later transported to the PSB.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/6/19

Unlawful Acts Constituting Disorderly Conduct (City Ordinance)           H19-4193

Time:          7:13pm

Location:    824 S. Dixie Highway (McDonalds)

Arrested:     Adam Booth (42) year old Mahomet male

Details:       Officers were called to the above in reference to a male subject causing a disturbance. After speaking to multiple witnesses Mr. Booth was taken to HPD, where he was charged with the above, processed and later released with a notice to appear in Hoopeston City Court.

 

Warrant Arrest             H19-4195   V19-6531

Time:          8:07pm

Location:    300 block of E. Main St

Arrested:     Jessica Hardy (32) year old Hoopeston Female

Details:       Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to a suspicious female. A computer check revealed Hardy to have an active warrant out of Beaufort County

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                   Hardy was taken to HPD, where she was processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition.

FIRE CALL

Time:          10:18 A.M.

Location:     10000 State Route 9

Detail:         Subject called in a wheat field on fire. HFD, Wellington Greer Fire, Rankin-East Lynn Fire all responded to the scene till fire was put out.

 

Warrant Arrest                                H19-4221

Time:          5:04pm

Location:    1st Av/Washington St

Arrested:     Robert Milburn (M) (19) of Pace, FL

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Milburn was driving for a traffic infraction.

 

                   A computer check revealed that he had an outstanding Clark County warrant.  Subject was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was later released after posting bond and given a new court date.

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/5/19

Fire Call

Time:          06:15 am

Location:      20000 E 3850 North Rd Hoopeston

Details:       At the above time resident came home to strong odor in the home of wires smoldering.  HFD was dispatched to investigate the issue.   No report of damage, Cause was a faulty hot water heater malfunction. 

 

 

Warrant Arrest, Driving While License Suspended               H19-4167   V19-6497

Time:          8:54pm

Location:    2nd Ave/W. Maple St

Arrested:     Dustin Loveless (37) Rankin Male

Arrested:     Kenneth Armstrong (41) Champaign Male

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle that Mr. Loveless was driving on a traffic

                   violation.  A computer check revealed that his driver’s license was suspended. 

                   He was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was cited for Driving

                   While License Suspended, Operating a Vehicle with Expired Registration and

                   Improper Display of License. He was given his citations with a traffic court date

                   and released.  The passenger, Mr. Armstrong had an outstanding Vermilion

                   County warrant.  He was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was

                   later transported to the PSB in Danville in lieu of bond.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/2/19

ASSAULT                     H19-4115

TIME:                   8:38 A.M.            

LOCATION;        200 BLOCK NORTH MARKET

ARRESTED;        RESENDEZ, RAFAEL (34) (M) of HOOPESTON

DETAILS;            HPD was requested for an officer stand by. While on the scene male subject                            made a statement of threat against another, subject was arrested brought to                                HPD processed and was released on bond for court date in Danville.

 

 

 

Traffic Accident (PI)

Time:                    6:14 PM

Location:              300 Block W. Orange St

Unit 1:                  1997 Chevy Truck driven by Louis N Warren (M) of Rankin

Unit 2:                  2014 Chrysler Van driven by Sally D Swartz (F) of Hoopeston

Unit 3:                  2011 Ford Truck driven by Russell C Krage (M) of Ridgefarm

Details:                 HPD was called to investigate a traffic accident with injuries that

                             occurred in the area.  All 3 drivers were checked by EMS but were

                             not transported to the hospital.  All 3 units were insured, no tickets issued.

 

                            

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Fatal Traffic Crash

I-74 W/B MP 206 
WHEN:   August 1, 2019 at 02:58 p.m. 
VEHICLES:  Unit 1: Unknown Make, Truck Tractor  
   Unit 2: Red 2016 Peterbilt      
   Unit 3: 2016  Ford Straight Truck  
DRIVERS:  Unit 1 – Male, Unknown, Pending Identification   
   Unit 2 – Eli I. Schwartz, 63, Ephrata, Pennsylvania 
   Unit 3 -  Mark R. Dettman, 58, Milledgeville  
Passengers:  None 
Preliminary: Unit 2 and Unit 3 were slowed for a traffic backup on I-74 W/B near MP 206 due to a traffic crash 4 miles ahead.  Unit 1 failed to reduce speed and struck the rear of the Unit 2 semi-trailer.  Unit 1 became engulfed in flames. Unit 3 was stopped in front of Unit 2. Unit 2 then struck Unit 3 in the rear.    
 
 
 
TRANSPORTS: The driver of Unit 1 was pronounced deceased on scene. The driver of Unit 2 was uninjured. The driver of Unit 3 was uninjured. 
 
SEATBELTS:  Unknown Pending Investigation  
CHARGES:  Pending Investigation   
 
All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/1/19

Domestic Battery, Resisting/Obstructing                      H19-4107    V19-6397

Time:             7:16pm

Location:       800 blk E Young Av

Complainant:  16 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested:        Gerardo Torres (38) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:          HPD officers were called to the above location for the report of a domestic

                      issue.  Complainant advised that he was battered by Mr. Torres.  Subject

                      was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was later transported to the

                      PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/30/19

Fire Call (HFD)

Time:          3:32 pm

Location:    900 block E Main Street

Details:       HFD, HPD, Arrow Ambulance all dispatched to the area for investigation of smoke filling a residence.    Investigation turned out to be burnt food on the stove.  Fire Department vented the house with large exhaust fans after the fire was put out.  No Report of damages or injuries from the call. 

 

 

Possession of a Controlled Substance; Possession of Methamphetamine; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia      H19-4068             V19-6320

Time:          6:44pm

Location:    700 block of N. 3rd St

Arrested:     George Elpers (37) of Milford

Arrested:     Amanda Bonior (28) of Manteno

Details:       HPD conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that Elpers was driving and Bonior was a passenger. During the investigation Elpers was found to be in possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia, and Bonior was found to be in possession of a controlled substance. Both subjects were charged with the above, taken to HPD, where they were processed and later transported to the PSB.

 

 

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/29/19

Warrant Arrest                                H19-4018             V19-6216

Time:          2:21am

Location:    200 Block of E. Main St

Arrested:     Morgan Johnson (F) (21) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officer checked out with Johnson after knowing she had an outstanding

                   Vermilion Co warrant.  After confirmation, subject was arrested and taken

                   to HPD to be processed.  She was later transported to the PSB in Danville in

                   lieu of bond. 

 

 

 

Theft from Business                         H19-4021

Time:                    2:45 pm

Location:              1030 W Chestnut Street,

Complainant:        Jerry’s IGA of Hoopeston

Arrested:               Jennifer M Watkins (34) (F) of Hoopeston

Details:                 At the above time, HPD was requested for a female who was taking items from the Deli area and had left the store without paying.   Female later came to HPD and surrendered herself for processing on the above charge.   She was processed and released on Notice to Appear court date set for Hoopeston City Court. 

 

 

Warrant Arrest                                H19-4028

Time:          6:24 am

Location:    200 Block of N. 6TH Avenue

Arrested:     Gage M Fouse (M) (25) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officer checked out with the subject at the above location, a computer check revealed Fouse had an outstanding Iroquois County Warrant (2019CM112)

                   Subject was taken to HPD, where he was processed and later picked up by an Iroquois County deputy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warrant Arrest             H19-4032   V19-6237

Time:          8:41pm

Location:    Orange St/2nd Ave

Arrested:     Tierra Kelly (F) (23) of Hoopeston

Details:       Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with one headlight out. A computer check revealed the above subject to have an active warrant out of Ford County (19-178)   Kelly was taken to HPD, where she was processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition.

 

 

 

Possession of Cannabis (City Ordinance)            H19-4033

Time:          9:04pm

Location:    800 block of S. Dixie Hwy

Arrested:     Donald Jessie (40) of Milford

Details:       While on a traffic stop Mr. Jessie was found to be in possession of cannabis.

                   Mr. Jessie was taken to HPD, where he was processed and later released with a NTA in Hoopeston City Court.

 

Violation of Order Protection                    H19-4040 

Time:             2:16pm

Location:       400 blk E Young Av

Complainant:  28 year old Hoopeston female

Arrested:        Randy Gay (27) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:          HPD officers were called in reference to a violation of order protection.  After

                      an investigation, Mr. Gay was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He

                      was later transported to the PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/27/19

 

 

Disobeying Police (City Ordinance)           H19-4011

Time:          8:07pm

Location:    300 block of W. Main St

Arrested:     Rafael Rezendous (34) Hoopeston male

Details:       Officers were called to the above in reference to a civil dispute. Rezendous refused to cooperate with police and was arrested.

                   He was processed, and later released with a city citation and court date.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/25/19

Fraud                            H19-3955

Time:             11:55am

Location:       600 blk W Washington St

Complainant:  37 year old Hoopeston female

Details:          Complainant contacted HPD in reference to unknown subject(s) opening an

                      account in her name.  An investigation continues.

 

Disorderly Conduct (city citation)             H19-3956

Time:             12:09pm

Location:       500 blk E Main St

Complainant:  38 year old Hoopeston female

Arrested:        Janelle Boyle (27) (F) of Hoopeston

Details:          Complainant contacted HPD after she saw Ms. Boyle outside of her residence

                      without any clothes.  After an investigation, subject was arrested and taken to

                      HPD to be processed.  She was later released with a city citation and court date.

 

Criminal Damage to Property                   H19-3960

Time:             13:03pm

Location:        500 blk N 7th Av

Complainant:  55 year old Hoopeston male

Details:          HPD was called to the above location for the report of a broken window.  An

                      investigation continues. 

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Danville man who spent 23 years on death row for 1980 murders dies in prison

A Danville man whose death sentence was commuted in 2003 by then-Gov. George Ryan has died from medical issues while in prison.

Charles Silagy, 69, died this month while in custody, said Lindsey Hess of the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Silagy had been in prison since 1980 — spending about 23 of those years on death row — for the murder of his girlfriend and her sister.

Five days after the two women’s bodies were discovered on Valentine’s Day morning, Silagy confessed.

He told investigators that he began choking girlfriend Cheryl Block, 32, in the truck as they drove home from a strip club where they’d gotten into an argument. After stopping the truck and continuing to beat, kick, then stab her with a pocketknife, he left her body and returned to the trailer the two shared with Ms. Block's sister, Anne "Marty" Waters, 29, and stabbed her to death as well.

A Vermilion County jury convicted Silagy of the crimes five months later.

Nearly 40 years since his conviction, Silagy was an inmate at the Pontiac Correctional Center when he was pronounced dead at OSF Saint James Medical Center in town, according to Livingston County Coroner Danny Watson.

Watson said the cause of death was “medical.”

Silagy had been one of the state’s longest residents of death row in January 2003, when Ryan commuted the sentences of 157 inmates scheduled to die. Eight years later, former Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation abolishing the death penalty in Illinois.

Silagy was originally sentenced to die three years after Illinois reinstated its death penalty in 1977. His execution by electric chair was scheduled for Nov. 7, 1980.

Though he had fired the public defenders representing him after his conviction and asked the jury to sentence him to death, he eventually changed his mind in prison and filed legal documents to have his conviction overturned.

Over the next 20 years, Silagy’s post-conviction case was heard in various court hearings but ultimately ended with him still on death row three years before Ryan’s commutation of his sentence.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/22/19

Driving While License Suspended   H19-3891

Time:          2:24 AM

Location:    400 Blk S Dixie Highway

Arrested:     Darren M Wood (35) of Paxton

Details:       Officers conducted a traffic stop after observing Mr. Wood driving. A computer

                   check confirmed that Wood was driving with a suspended license. Wood was

                   taken to HPD, where he was charged, processed, and later released with a NTA in

                   traffic court.

 

False Display of Registration           H19-3900

Time:          7:26 PM

Location:    McFerren Park

Arrested:     Timothy P Bryan (24) of Ambia, IN

Details:       Officers conducted a traffic stop after a computer check revealed the displayed

                   plate on the vehicle did not match the vehicle Mr. Bryan was driving.  A computer

                   check additionally revealed that Bryan was driving while license suspended. 

                   Bryan also had no proof of insurance. Bryan was transported to HPD, where he

                   was charged, processed, and later released with a NTA in traffic court.

 

 

Fraud                   H19-3899

Time:          7:10pm

Location:    1030 W. Chestnut St (IGA)

Details:       Officers were called to the above in reference to a counterfeit $100 bill.

Investigation continues.

                  

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/20/19

Traffic Accident (Hit & Run)           H19-3866     V19-5972

Time:          03:58 am

Location:    W Chestnut Street/S Dixie Highway

Unit 1:                  Unknown Fled Scene  

Property Damage:           Ameren Illinois Power Light Pole and Lighting Head

Details:       At the time of the report suspect vehicle struck the light pole and breaking it off at ground level.  Suspect Vehicle fled north on Dixie Highway.   Damage estimate from Ameren Illinois is around $3,000 dollars or more to replace pole and light fixture. 

 

**Update Accident Report** Arrest

Time:          09:52 AM

Location of Custody:      300 block W Penn Street

Arrested:     13 year old Male Juvenile of Hoopeston

Details:        At the above time and location the juvenile was located and taken into custody for the accident.  Theft (Over) charge, Resisting Arrest, No Valid Driver’s License, Leaving the scene of Accident, Failure to Report an Accident, Improper Lane Usage, Failure to Reduce Speed.  The Male was processed at HPD and later transferred to JDC Danville

 

 

Driving with No Valid Illinois License       H19-3880

Time:          5:28 PM

Location:    511 W Main St

Arrested:     Andrew Cordova (24) of Hoopeston

Details:       Officers conducted a traffic stop after observing Mr. Colunga driving. A computer

                   check confirmed that Colunga was driving with no valid license. Colunga was

                   taken to HPD, where he was charged, processed, and later released with a NTA in

                   traffic court.

 

 

Traffic Accident   H19-3878

Time:                    2:22pm

Location:              400 block of N. Dixie Hwy

Unit #1:                 2014 Semi driven by Alvin Lynn of Citrus Springs FL

Property Damage: Ameren Power Pole

Details:                 The driver of Unit #1 took a right turn onto W. McCracken. Throughout the turn the trailer caught the powerline causing damage. No injuries reported. No citations issued. Unit was insured.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/19/19

Criminal Damage to Property (Vehicle)                       H19-3831

Time:             4:36am

Location:       500 blk E Main St

Complainant:  23 year old Hoopeston female

Details:          HPD officers were called to the area in reference to criminal damage to the

                      complainant’s vehicle by unknown subject(s).  An investigation continues.

 

 Criminal Damage to Property (Vehicle)                       H19-3834

Time:             4:36am

Location:       500 blk E Main St

Complainant:  22 year old Hoopeston female

Details:          HPD officers were called to the area in reference to criminal damage to the

                      complainant’s vehicle by unknown subject(s).  An investigation continues.

 

Criminal Damage to Property (Vehicle)                       H19-3837

Time:             08:40 AM

Location:       200 blk N 4th Street

Complainant:  23 year old Hoopeston Male

Details:           HPD officers were called to the area in reference to criminal damage to the

                      complainant’s vehicle by unknown subject(s).  An investigation continues.

 

Dogs Running at Large (City Ord)

Time:          08:50 am

Location:    400 block E Washington Street

Cited:          Strawser, Bridget B (F) (25) of Hoopeston

Details:       Ms. Strawser was issued a city ticket and court date after her dogs were found

                   running loose.

 

Traffic Accident                                         H19-3851

Time:          6:03pm

Location:    101 W Main Street Tedd’s Beverages

Unit #1:       2003 Chevrolet 4D driven by Israel Layden (17) (M) of Hoopeston

Unit #2:       2007 Kia 4D driven by Lauren Sheppard (18) (F) of Milford

Details:       Unit #1 was exiting the drive up area of Tedd’s Home Beverage and pulled in

                   front of Unit #2 who was eastbound on Main St.  EMS was called for minor

                   injuries.  Unit #2 was insured and Unit #1 was ticketed for Operating Uninsured

                   Vehicle. 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/18/19

Possession of Methamphetamines with Intent to Deliver, Possession of Controlled Substance, Driving While License Suspended, Operating Vehicle with Expired Registration Sticker                         H19-3809    V19-5904

Time:          08:20 AM

Location:    200 W Maple Street

Arrested:     Hamby, Cherrica (F) (30) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle Ms. Hamby was driving for a traffic violation.  After an investigation, she was arrested on the above charges and taken to HPD to be processed.  She was later transported to the PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

 

Warrant Arrest                                H19-3821

Time:          5:40pm

Location:    100 blk W Main St

Arrested:     Roger Arms (M) (35) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Arms was a passenger in for a traffic

                   violation.  A computer check revealed that he had an outstanding warrant through

                   Vermilion County.  He was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was

                   later released after posting bond and given a new court date.

 

 

 

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/17/19

Fire Call

Time:          8:24pm

Location:    500 blk E Thompson Av

Details:       HFD was called to the above location for the report of arcing power lines.

 

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/13/19

Warrant Arrest                       H19-3735

Time:          12:50 AM

Location:    1022 W Penn St. (Casey’s)

Arrested:     Noel L. Swartz (24) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officer observed Swartz at Casey’s and, after confirming she had an Iroquois

                   County warrant, officers arrested subject and transported to HPD where she was

                   processed and later picked up by an Iroquois County deputy.

                   

 

CITY ORDINANCE VIOLATION                    H19-3744

Time:          13:00

Location:    400 E Penn Street

Cited:          Weigand, Chrystal G (F) (36) of Hoopeston

Details:       At the above Time the cited person was issued a Notice to Appear on City Ordinance Violation of Junk Vehicle on the property. 

 

 

CITY ORDINANCE VIOLATION                    H19-3746

Time:          13:00

Location:    200 E Main Street

Cited:          Stephens, Amy (F) (45)  of Hoopeston

Details:       At the above Time the cited person was issued a Notice to Appear on City Ordinance Violation for Weeds on the property. 

 

 

BURGLARY TO VEHICLE, VERMILION COUNTY WARRANT (2017CM0515)

Time:          2:07 PM                H19-3746   V19-5756

Location:              801 E Orange St. Hoopeston, Carle Clinic

Complainant:        45 year old Rantoul Woman

Arrested:              Perez, Mona Lisa L (F) (43) of Hoopeston

Details:       At the above time the complainant reported to HPD that the person was in her vehicle ransacked it.   Suspect was later located at her home, and was taken into custody on the above Charge, and Charged with the Vermilion County Warrant for FTA on Domestic Battery 2017CM0515  $3000 10% plus $75 dollars cash FTA Fee after being transported to PSB Danville to be processed.

 

 

 

 

Keys Found

Set of Semi Keys were found and turned into HPD     Owner may claim them.

 

 

Trespassing (City Ord)                     H19-3736

Time of Call:                  01:05 AM

Location:              300 S Market Street Hoopeston

Complainant:        36 year old Hoopeston Woman

Cited:                   Coon, Timothy E Jr. (M) (41) of Hoopeston

Details:       Hoopeston Police responded to report of disturbance of a male and female.  Hoopeston Officers determined that the subject had been told not to return to the property and he was cited for the above charge,    Hoopeston City Court date was set to appear.

 

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Hoopeston Police Department Report 7/9/19

Restraint of Dog by Owner,

Time of Call          1:45 pm

Date of Call:         July 6th, 2019

Location:              800 block S 2nd Avenue

Cited:                   Gray, Carrie (F) (45) of Hoopeston

Details:                 While Rex the dog was in the care of Ms. Gray the dog bolted from her control and entered another property.  No report of Injuries to another dog or any injuries to humans. Citation issued for Hoopeston City Court for August.

 

 

Residential Burglary               H19-3637

Time:                    11:47pm

Location:              500 block of S. 6th ave  

Complainant:        (37) year old Hoopeston female

Details:                 Complainant contacted HPD when she discovered that multiple items had been taken from her residence. Investigation continues.

 

 

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