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Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-30-17

Theft                    H17-1705  

Date & Time:        May 29, 2017     10:50am

Location:              700 blk S 1st ave

Complainant:        33 year old Hoopeston female

Details:                 Report was taken after complainant found her entire wheel removed

                             from her vehicle while parked at the above residence

ISP TRAFFIC CRASH - FATAL

The Following Preliminary Information is Being Released by Illinois State Police District 10: WHAT: Serious Injury Traffic Crash with Road Closure WHERE: Route 136 at the intersection of Champaign County 1200 East WHEN: May 29, 2017 at 3:57 am VEHICLES: Unit 1: Blue 2000 Chevrolet 1500 Pick-up Unit 2: Gray 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix DRIVERS: Unit 1: Breanna Evhon Maple 20 Years Old, Armstrong, IL Unit 2: Ashley J. Bode 28 Years Old, Gibson City, IL PASSENGERS: None PRELIMINARY: According to the preliminary traffic crash investigation, the driver of the blue Chevrolet pick-up, Unit 1, failed to stop at the stop sign on Champaign County 1200 East as she was traveling northbound. The Gray Pontiac, Unit 2, was traveling eastbound on Route 136 when Unit 1 failed to stop at the stop sign pulling in front of unit 2. Unit 2 struck unit 1 causing both units to leave the roadway. The driver of unit 1 was ejected from the vehicle. Both drivers suffered serious injuries none appear to be life threating. TRANSPORTS: Driver of unit 1 was transported by Air Life to area hospital. Driver of unit 2 was transported by ambulance to area hospital SEATBELTS: Driver of unit 1 was not wearing a seatbelt. Driver of unit 2 was wearing seatbelt CHARGES: The driver of Unit 1 was cited for Disobeying a traffic control device and Failure to wear seatbelt. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report May 26-29

Hit and Run Accident                               H17-1671

Time:              7:11pm

Location:       502 E Penn St, American Legion

Unit #1:         Unknown

Unit #2:         2007 Buick LaSabre owned by Michelle Billingsley of Hoopeston

Details:          Unit #2 was parked and unoccupied. Unknown Unit #1 stuck unit #2 while

                        backing out of a parking space.  An investigation continues.

 

Accident                               H17-1678

Time:              4:03 pm

Location:       Route 1/Route 9

Unit #1:         2000 Mercury Wagon owned by William E Musk of Hoopeston IL

Unit #2:         2015 Toyota Corolla owned by Evan P Zivin of Hoffman Estates IL

Details:          Unit #2 was travelling southbound on Route 1 when Unit 1 crossed the southbound lane striking struck Unit #2 on the drivers door.  No injuries or citations issued, both parties insured.

 

Criminal Trespass to Property, Damage to Property (Under)                            H17-1692

Time:             6:53pm

Location:       300 blk N Market St   

Complainant:  33 year old Hoopeston female

Details:          HPD officers responded to the above location after complainant advised that her front door had damage to the glass and one tire had been cut overnight.  Investigation continues.  

 

 

Dans Ready for 2017 Season

(DANVILLE, IL) – Fun and excitement are what’s in store for Danville Dans fans this season. From our traditional Poster Night to Christmas in July, the Dans have something for everyone.
 
The 2017 season – the 30th year of collegiate summer league baseball in Danville – kicks off on Tuesday, May 30 against division rivals Quincy Gems with our Opening Night Two-Buck Tuesday Bash. Fans could win concession coupons, t-shirts, or ticket for future games.
 
Fireworks will be in the air at a record six games this season. The first will be Friday, June 2, sponsored by Danville Township. There will also be fireworks on June 10, June 17, July 4, July 8 and August 4.
 
Superheroes and Princesses Night returns on Thursday, June 15. All children age 12 and under dressed as their favorite princess or superhero will get in the game free. “Adults are also invited to get into the spirit, with those in costume able to purchase a special $2 ticket for the night,” said Dans promotion coordinator Mary Ellen Fricke. “We’ll also have a parade of our Superheroes and Princesses during the game.”
 
The Dans will again be having our Paint the Park Pink Night on Saturday, June 17. This event supports the New Horizon Breast Cancer Support Group. Everyone wearing pink will get $2 off their gate admission, and there will be a balloon release prior to the game.
 
The City of Danville will honor those married 50 or more years on Wednesday, June 21.
 
Bark in the Park returns on Thursday, June 29. “We had a lot of fun with the dogs at the park the last three years,” said Fricke. Fans bringing their dogs will get in for half-price ($3).
 
And our annual Military and Veterans Appreciation Night will be held on Friday, June 30. “All veterans and active military get in for free on that night,” Fricke said.
 
This year the Dans will have a home game with fireworks on Tuesday, July 4, another of our nine Two-Buck Tuesdays this season. “There’s nothing better that baseball and a hot dog for $2 each on our nation’s birthday,” noted Fricke. Other activities, including fireworks after the game, are being planned.
 
Additonal fun nights will be a Girls Night Out on Thursday, July 6, a Fighting Illini Night on Saturday, July 8, a Pajama Party on Thursday, July 13, and the Colts in Motion Fan Experience trailer outside the stadium on Tuesday, July 18. Also returning this season are Team Poster Night on July 21, McPack the Place Night on July 22, and Rock the Park Night with the Chicago Blackhawks Band on Sunday, July 30.
 
And the Dans play a home game on Tuesday, July 25, “so we’re going to celebrate Christmas in July,” Fricke said. Santa will throw out a first pitch, and fans are encouraged to donate new toys for the local Toys for Tots program.
 
The Danville Dans are a founding member of the Prospect League, one of the premier college summer leagues in the nation. Baseball players from across America come to Danville to improve their fielding skills and batting with wood bats. The Dans currently have six former players in the majors, with an additional 21 that have worn a MLB uniform.
 
Fans can find complete details on the team’s Facebook page or website, www.DanvilleDans.com.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-24-17

Aggravated Battery to Police Officer (2 Counts), Criminal Damage to State Supported Property, Resisting Arrest                                  H17-1650     V17-4955

Time:              6:37pm

Location:       110 N 4th St, Hoopeston Public Library

Arrested:      15 year old Hoopeston juvenile

Details:          HPD officers located juvenile at the library and wanted to speak to him about a

                        battery investigation.  Subject immediately got physical with the officers and

                        tried to resist arrest.  He was arrested, taken to HPD and processed.  He was later

                        transported to the Juvenile Detention Center in Danville to await arraignment.

 

 

Armed Robbery                 H17-1651                 V17-4956

Time:                 7:45pm

Location:          CSX Railroad tracks in the 300 blk Front St

Complainant:  20 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested:         15 year old Hoopeston juvenile

Details:             HPD was called in reference to an armed robbery.  Complainant advised officers

                           that the arrested subject has robbed him while using a knife.  Subject was later

                           located, arrested and taken to HPD for processing.  He was later transported to

                           the Juvenile Detention Center in Danville to await arraignment.

 

Theft of Motor Vehicle (Solved)           H17-1612

Arrested:      15 year old Hoopeston male

Details:          After an investigation, a 15 year old male was arrested for the theft of a motor

                        vehicle and burglary to auto that occurred on May 21, 2017.  Subject was arrested

                        and taken to the Juvenile Detention Center in Danville to await arraignment.

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-23-17

Wanted on Warrant                    H17-1645

Time:                   6:43pm

Location:             Iroquois County

Arrestee:              Kristy Williams (32) Milford female

Details:                While on patrol officers identified the above subject who was known to have a warrant. She was arrested on an outstanding Iroquois County warrant, transported to HPD, and later extradited to Iroquois County.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-22-17

Retail Theft                   H17-1627

Time:                    7:39pm

Location:              Dollar General 415 S. Dixie Hwy

Arrested:              (15) year old juvenile

Details:                 Officers were dispatched to Dollar General in reference to items being taken from the store.  Officers later located the juvenile, charged him with the above, transported him to HPD where he was later released to a parent.

ISP TRAFFIC CRASH ALERT

The Following Preliminary Information is Being Released by Illinois State Police District 10:
WHAT: Personal Injury Traffic Crash
WHERE: I-74 W/B milepost 210, Vermilion County
WHEN: Saturday, May 20, 2017, 3:32 pm
VEHICLES: Unit 1: 1999 Freightliner and livestock semi-trailer
DRIVERS: Unit 1: Robbie L. Miller, M, 46, Flemingsburg, KY
PASSENGERS: N/A
PRELIMINARY: Unit 1 was traveling westbound on Interstate 74 at milepost 210 in the left lane.
Unit 1 driver drove off the roadway into the median. The driver lost control of the truck tractor/semitrailer
and it overturned onto its driver’s side. The semi-trailer was loaded with cattle. Damages to the
semi-trailer allowed for the cattle to free themselves. The cattle removed themselves from the interstate to
a nearby field where they were later corralled. Area Veterinarians were called to the scene to treat injured
cattle. A few cattle had to be euthanized due to their injuries.
TRANSPORTS: Unit 1 driver transported to an area hospital where he was treated and released.
SEATBELTS: Yes
CHARGES: Unit 1 driver was cited for Improper Lane Usage
All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law

Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report May 19th-21st

Battery, Criminal Damage to Property (Under) H17-1580
Time:   1:55am
Location:   300 blk N 3rd St
Complainant:  22 year old Wellington male
Arrested:   Ryan Nosler (22) of Hoopeston
Details:   HPD officers responded to the lobby of the police department where the
  complainant advised that an altercation had occurred at the above location
  with Mr. Nosler.  Subject had allegedly punched out the window of the truck
  complainant was in.  Mr. Nosler came up to the police station to give his side of
  the story, and officers noticed cuts to his hand and forearm.  Mr. Nosler was
  arrested, processed and later released after paying appropriate bond.
 
Warrant Arrest H17-1590
Time: 3:52pm
Location: 301 W Main, Hoopeston Police Department
Arrested: Joseph Musk (33) of Hoopeston
Details: Subject turned himself in on an outstanding Ford County warrant for 
residential burglary.  He was extradited to Ford County.
 
Bike Found
Time: 10:37pm
Location: 623 N Dixie Hwy, Ford of Hoopeston
Details: An employee of Ford of Hoopeston found a silver bike behind the shop.
Owner can identify and claim at HPD.
 
Criminal Damage to Property (Under) H17-1601
Time:   4:07 pm
Location:   300 blk N Seventh Ave
Complainant:  47 year old Hoopeston female
Details: HPD officers responded to the above location after complainant advised that her swimming pool had been cut with a knife.  Investigation continues.  
 
Motor Vehicle Theft H17-1611
Date & Time: May 21, 2017    7:57am
Location: 600 blk S 3rd Street
Complainant: 43 year old Hoopeston male
Details: While on patrol officer came across a car out in the middle of
a field near 4000 North Road.  After contacting owner of
vehicle, he advised it was stolen sometime over the night.
 
Motor Vehicle Theft H17-1612
Date & Time: May 21, 2017   12:31pm
Location: 400 blk W Maple
Complainant: 37 year old Hoopeston man
Details: Complainant reported that sometime during the prior evening
unknown subject(s) took his Gry Hyundai SUV without his
permission.
 
Warrant Arrest H17-1615
Time: 5:50pm
Location: 400 Block E Honeywell
Arrested: Jason A Kinnard (40) of Hoopeston
Details: While on patrol, HPD Officers came in contact with Kinnard.  After running a computer check, two outstanding warrants were confirmed.  1 out of Iroquois County for a traffic offense, and a 2nd out of Tippecanoe Co, IN for a domestic offense.  He was taken to HPD, processed and then transported to the PSB to await extradition.
 
Fire Call/Illegal Burn (City Ordinance) H17-1616
Time: 7:03 pm
Location: 300 Blk W Chestnut
NTA Issued: Trinidad R Hernandez Jr (44) of Hoopeston
Details: HFD responded to the area for the report of a house on fire.  Upon arrival, it was found to be an illegal burn outside.  Hernandez was transported to HPD, processed and released after being given a city citation & court date.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Driving While License Suspended, Operating Uninsured Vehicle, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Methamphetamine H17-1617
Date & Time: May 21, 2017     7:54pm
Location: Main St/Market St
Arrested: Dakota J Hanlin (25) of Hoopeston
Arrested: Tasha Uppinghouse (26) of Hoopeston
Arrested: Aaron Cannon (25) of Hoopeston
Details: While on a routine traffic stop computer check revealed Mr. Hanlin did not have a valid Illinois drivers license.  Upon investigation subjects were charged with the above, taken to HPD, processed and later transported to the PSB. 
 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-17-17

Traffic Accident            H17-1558

Date & Time:        May 17, 2017     5:30pm

Location:              Euclid & Penn

Unit #1:                unknown

Unit #2:                2014 Chrysler 4d driven by Carter J Martin (17) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Unit 1 failed to negotiate the turn from east Penn to Euclid Ave, striking

                             Unit 2.  Unit 1 failed to stop and report the accident.

 

 

 

Disobeying Police Officer       H17-1560

Date & Time:        May 17, 2017     6pm

Location:    300 blk E McCracken

Arrested:     17 year old Hoopeston female

Details:       Officers responded to the above for an altercation between a group of people.

                   The 17 year old subject was told at another time to have no further contact

                   with the other parties on the scene.  She was taken into custody and charge

                   with Disobeying Police by disobeying a direct order.  She was transported

                   to HPD where she was issued a Notice to Appear in Hoopeston City court and

                   was released to her parent.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-15-17

Keys Found

Multiple keys were found at the baseball field. Owner can claim them at HPD

 

 

Accident – Hit & Run             H17-1526

Time:                    7:30pm

Location:              W. Lincoln St/ S 3rd Ave

Complainant:        11 year old juvenile

Details:                 At the above time and date officers were called out for a motorcycle that had

struck a juvenile riding a bike. Juvenile was taken to the hospital. An investigation continues.

Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report May 12th-14th

Warrant Arrest                       H17-1485    V17-4538

Date & Time:        May 12, 2017      8:40 pm

Location:              301 W Main St      HPD

Arrested:              Juan Colunga (38) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Colunga turned himself into HPD on an outstanding Vermilion County

warrant for Failure to Appear.  Warrants were confirmed and he was transported to HPD where he was processed and later transported to the PSB.

IMPROPER LANE USAGE, DISOBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE, AGG FLEE/ALUDE, OP UNINSURED VEHICLE              H17-1498

 

Date & Time:        May 13, 2017      8:40 pm

Location:              W Main St/S Third St

Arrested:              Jacob P Johnson (33) of Cissna Park

 

Details:                 While HPD was attempting to conduct a traffic stop on subject, subject fled from HPD and pursued into Iroquois Co where he was later apprehended and charged with the above.  Subject was released to Iroquois Co.

 

Unlawful Acts Constituting Disorderly Conduct          H17-1502

Date & Time:        May 13, 2017       10:42pm

Location:              300 block S. 4th St

Arrested:              (16) year old Indiana juvenile

                             (16 year old Hoopeston juvenile

                             (16) year old Hoopeston juvenile

                             (16) year old Hoopeston juvenile

                             (17) year old Hoopeston Juvenile

Details:                 Officers responded on the report of eggs being thrown from a car.

                             The vehicle was later found, the juveniles were charged with the above, and

                             later released to a parent.

 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-10-17

Dog Owner Duties

Date:           May 9th, 2017

Time:          3:15 pm

NTA Issued:    Ashley Simpson (F) (32) of Hoopeston

Details:        “Lucy” a female Rottweiler has been running loose, she was found to be not current on shots and/or registration tags.   Owner was issued citation and order to comply with required registration laws.  Court set for Hoopeston City Court.  

Illinois SBDC at DACC Small Business Award Winners

As part of National Small Business Week, the Illinois Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Danville Area Community College recognized nine small Vermilion County businesses in five categories for their work. National Small Business Week, this year Apr. 30 – May 6, is a week designated by the President each year since 1963 to honor the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs. 

The Small Business Stars Awards Breakfast was held on May 4 the Danville Country Club.  The award categories focus on the various stages of business growth from those businesses that are in their first two years of operation to those who have operated 10 years or more.

Carol Nichols, executive director of the Illinois SBDC at DACC, said, “Business ownership requires a commitment to long hours, hard work and personal investment.  Small businesses not only provide a living for their owners, but also their employees and provide needed goods and services to the communities they serve.  All deserve our recognition and thanks.  This year, we recognize these nine special small business stars.”

Legacy Award - Milford Family Restaurant (Milford) and Russell Leigh & Associates (Hoopeston, Watseka, Gibson City and Cissna Park)

Torch Award - Danville Omni Kolor (Danville)

Small Business of the Year Award - Mad Goat Coffee (Danville), Frozie’s Fat Calf Frozen Yogurt (Danville), Sonny’s Corner Café & Pizzeria (Sidell)

Small Business Start-Up of the Year - Lifted Up Balloon Designs Party Store & Café Express (Danville), and Shovelhead Saloon (Danville)

Entrepreneur of the Year – April Jones/Learn & Lead Academy (Hoopeston)

The Illinois SBDC at DACC honors area small businesses annually.  Nominations may be submitted throughout the year by mail at 2000 E. Main St., Danville, IL  61832 or email at sbdc@dacc.edu.The Illinois Small Business Development Center is funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity and Danville Area Community College.  The center provides no-cost one-on-one business consulting services and low-cost workshops to small businesses throughout Community College District 507.

Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report May 5th-7th

Criminal Damage to Property (Over)        H17-1397

Time:                    8:53pm

Location:              700 block of E Honeywell

Complainant:        23 year old Hoopeston male

Details:                 Complainant contacted HPD after he noticed his garage door had been

                             tampered with. An investigation continues.  

 

Found Bike

Date:                    May 6th, 2017

Time:                    0800 am

Details:                  While animal control was called for an unrelated call, they located a Black Boys Huffy Decay bike in bushes of an alley.  Owner may claim at HPD

 

 

Disorderly Conduct                H17-1407

Time:                    11:35 am

Location:              200 block W Chestnut St         

Complainant:        36 year old Hoopeston Man     

Cited NTA:           Clingenpeel, Patrick E JR. (40) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Complainant reported this children were shocked and alarmed by the actions and threats the complainant’s children witnessed.   NTA Issued for Hoopeston City Court on the above charge.  

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-4-17

Theft (Under)                          H17-1357

Time:                    12:58am

Location:              115 E Orange, Casey’s

Details:                 HPD officers were called to the above location in reference to a white SUV stole gas without paying for it.  An investigation continues.

 

 

Fire Call

Date & Time:        May 4, 2017     2:12pm

Locatioin:             500 blk E Young

Details:                 Hoopeston Fire Department responded to above for smell of gas

                             in residence.

 

Criminal Damage Over                    H17-1366   V17-4252

Date & Time:        May 4, 2017    2:42pm

Location:              400 blk N 8th ave

Complainant:        30 year old Hoopeston man

Arrested:              Raul I Acosta (29) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Complainant reported suspect after witnessing him keying his car and slashing his tires

Julius W. Hegeler II awards $3 Million to David S. Palmer Arena.

DANVILLE, IL.- Julius W. Hegeler II is gifting $3,000,000 to the David S. Palmer Arena, to build a new “Ice Center” entrance on the south side of the facility and for the replacement of the Civic Center’s aging ice machinery.  At the Arena’s recent Board Retreat, the session opened with a letter from Julius W. Hegeler II confirming the $3Million bequest.
 
“The ice machinery is a decade past its lifetime expectancy.” states General Manager, Peter Blackmon. “We’re well beyond the routine repairs stage and the price of Freon for a system like ours has gone up exponentially. Mr. Hegeler’s gift acknowledges the civic center’s 37 year history of offering ice programming to our community; something which separates us from other communities our size.” Blackmon added.
The Arena was awarded a grant from the State of Illinois in August of 2014 with the funds just now being distributed. The $850,000 is to go towards much needed roof repair, renovations and upgrades and would leave little, if anything, for the ice machinery and additional construction. The funding by Julius W. Hegeler II would help maintain ice programming for years to come.
 
The gift is to be made once Julius W. Hegeler II “folds his wings”. “It is unfortunate, and I’m certain this applies to so many of his gifts throughout the community, that he won’t get to see the fruits of his generosity, which for us is a new beginning” finished Blackmon

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-3-17

Found Prescription Glasses

Date:           May 3, 2017 

Locaton:     Grant Township 525 S Market

Details:       A pair of Harley Davidson prescription glasses were left behind.  Owner

                   can identify and claim at the Grant Township Center

 

 

Vehicle Burglary           H17-1347                                                  

Date & Time:        May 3, 2017     7:15am

Location:              400 blk E Penn

Complainant:        69 yr old Hoopeston woman

Details:                 Complainant advised unknown person(s) entered her vehicle

                             and removed items without her permission.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 5-1-17

Fire Call             

Time:          1:03am

Location:    Maple/6th Av

Details:       HFD responded to the report of power lines arcing in the area.  Call unfounded.

 

 

Driving While License Revoked, Operating Uninsured Vehicle      H17-1332

Date & Time:        May 1, 2017     2:00pm  

Location:              1000 blk S Dixie Hwy

Arrested:              Eric C Calera (36) of Morris Illinois

Details:                 Vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation.  Computer check

                             of driver revealed his Illinois driver’s license to be revoked.

                             He was unable to provide proof of insurance on vehicle.

                             He was transported to HPD where he posted bond and was

                             released with a court date in Vermilion County.

 

Hit & Run Accident                H17-1335

Date & Time:        May 1, 2017    6pm

Location:              Carle Hospital 701 E Orange

Unit #1:                Unidentified, left scene

Unit #2:                2014 Hyundai owned by Mary Coberly of Hoopeston

Details:                 Unit 2 was parked and unoccupied at above location, where

                             it was struck by unknown Unit 1.

Illinois State Police Arrests May 2, 2017

ASHKUM, IL- Illinois State Police (ISP) District 21 is reporting the arrest of Jacob P. Pitts, 35, of St. Anne for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs. 

 

On May 1, 2017 at approximately 11:18 P.M., an Illinois State Trooper was on patrol in Kankakee County.  The trooper observed a vehicle with only one headlight illuminated.  The trooper stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver, Jacob Pitts.  Pitts showed signs of alcohol and drug impairment.  Pitts was placed under arrest and transported to the Kankakee County jail for processing.  Pitts was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs.  Pitts was also issued citations for improper lighting, driver’s license not on person, and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. 

 

 

Mug shots can be obtained from the Kankakee County Sheriff’s Department.

Illinois State Police Arrests May 1, 2017

ASHKUM, IL- Illinois State Police (ISP) District 21 is reporting the arrest of Carolyn M. Madden, 53, of Oak Forest; Ervin L. Brown, 52, of Chicago for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol. 

 

On April 28, 2017 at approximately 4:30 P.M., an Illinois State Trooper was dispatched to a crash on I-57 northbound at mile post 288.5.  The trooper arrived on scene and spoke with the driver, Carolyn Madden.  Madden showed signs of alcohol impairment and was placed under arrest and transported to the Iroquois County Jail for processing.   Madden was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving While License Suspended.  Madden was also issued citations for failure to reduce speed to avoid a crash and improper lane usage. 

 

On April 28, 2017 at approximately 11:03 P.M., an Illinois State Trooper was on patrol in Kankakee County.  The trooper observed a vehicle driving all over the roadway.  The trooper stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver, Ervin Brown.  Brown showed signs of alcohol impairment and was placed under arrest and transported to the Kankakee County jail for processing.  Brown was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and issued a citation for illegal transportation of alcohol. 

 

 

Mug shots can be obtained from the Kankakee and Iroquois County Sheriff’s Department.

Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report April 28th-30th

Dog Running at Large. (City Ordinance)

Date:           April 25. 2017

Time:          12:40pm

Location:              Main Street/NB on Market Street

Cited:          Arce, Carrie A (F) (19) of Hoopeston,

Details:       The cited person owns a dog that is known by Paco, who was observed running loose without its owner.  Paco was followed back to the residence and the owner was informed of a citation to follow.   Court set for Hoopeston City Court. 

 

 

Illegal Squealing of Tires, No Proof of Insurance                   H17-1290

Time:          1:05 pm

Location:    Cornjerker Way/S Sixth Street

Cited:          Beverage, Branden N (27) (M) of Carlock Illinois

Details:        Officer observed Black Chevy Pickup truck take off from the intersection above at a high rate of speed with his tires squealing from rapid acceleration. The driver was stopped and issued the citation on the charges listed above.  

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