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Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-26-18

Fire Call
Time: 3:16am
Location: 800 block of E. Main
Details: HFD responded to the above location in reference to a CO detector going off in the residence.
 
 
Criminal Damage to Auto H18-0956
Time:    09:12 AM 
Location: 400 block S Market Street 
Complainant: 23 year old Hoopeston Woman 
Details: HPD was requested to investigate the complaint of damage done to the complainant’s car while it was parked in the area overnight.  
 
 
 
Cannabis Prohibited (City Ord) H18-0957
Time: 11:30 AM 
Location: Centennial Manor Apartment Building 426 E Honeywell Ave.
Complainant: Vermilion County Housing Authority 
Arrested: Foster, Vicki Lee (F) (55) of Hoopeston 
Details: At the above time, Hoopeston PD responded to a complaint of strong odor of cannabis coming from an apartment in the complex. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the arrestee had admitted to consuming the product. She was mailed a Notice to Appear.  
 
 
Burglary to Auto H18-0967
Time: 7:49pm
Location: 700 block of E. Thompson 
Complainant: 18 year old Hoopeston female
Details: Complainant contacted HPD when person(s) unknown took a hover board from her vehicle without her knowledge or permission. An investigation continues.   
 

ISP TRAFFIC CRASH ALERT

The Following Preliminary Information is Being Released by Illinois State Police
District 21
WHAT: Fatal Crash
 
WHERE: Route 1 @ 500 N (Iroquois County)
 
WHEN: Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 11:09 a.m.
 
VEHICLE: Unit One: White 2013 Freightliner Truck Tractor Semi-Trailer
Unit Two: Blue 2009 Chevrolet HHR
Unit Three: Maroon 2015 Ford Fusion
Unit Four: Black 2017 Dodge Caravan
 
DRIVER: Unit One: Kenneth R. Swanson, 53, Midlothian
Unit Two: Glenn W. Kolzow, 75, Lafayette, IN (Deceased)
Unit Three: Seth T. Moody, 29, Danville
Unit Four: David K.Y. Chin, 42, Urbana
PASSENGERS: Unit Four: Stephen J. Robbins, 70, Rantoul
 
PRELIMINARY: Preliminary investigation has indicated the Chevrolet was traveling
northbound on Route 1. The Chevrolet came to a stop at the intersection
of 500N Rd waiting for on-coming traffic to clear in order to turn
westbound onto 500N Rd. The Semi was traveling northbound on Route
1 behind the Chevrolet. The Ford and Dodge were traveling southbound
on Route 1 at the same location. The Semi failed to stop, striking the
Chevrolet. The Chevrolet was pushed into oncoming traffic, striking the
Ford and Dodge. The driver of the Chevrolet was transported to a local 
hospital where he was later pronounced deceased. The driver and
passenger of the Dodge were transported to a local hospital with minor
injuries.
 
CHARGES: The driver of the Semi was issued a citation for failure to reduce speed to
avoid a crash. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-23-18

Warrant Arrest H18-0931
Time: 7:36pm
Location: 700 blk S 3rd St
Arrested: Jeremy Clingenpeel (39) Oakwood male
Details: HPD officers were called to the area in reference to a suspicious vehicle.
A computer check revealed Mr. Clingenpeel had an outstanding warrant
through Ford County.  He was arrested, taken to HPD and processed.  He was
later released after posting bond and given a new court date.
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-22-18

Retail Theft (City Ord) H18-0904
Time: 09:34 AM
Location: Jerry’s IGA 1030 W Chestnut Street 
Arrested: Kochell, Helen C (F) (86) of Fowler Indiana 
Details: Hoopeston Police was summoned to IGA reference to a female in custody for theft from the business.   The arrestee was followed to HPD where she was processed and released on a Notice to Appear in Hoopeston City Court.   
 
 
 
Traffic Accident H18-0911
Date & Time: February 22, 2018    5:30pm
Location: Tedd’s Beverage 101 W Main
Unit #1: 2001 Chevy Truck driven by Tracy Grabinski ((50) of Hoopeston
Unit #2: 2008 Ford Focus driven by Eleanor Mann (85) of Hoopeston
Details: While in parking lot Unit 1 backed into Unit 2 that was parked 
behind it.
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-21-18

Unlawful Acts Constituting Disorderly Conduct, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
(City citations) H18-0882
Time:    1:36am
Location:    Parkview Court
Complainant:  20 year old Hoopeston female
Arrested:    Gage Fouse (23) Hoopeston male
Details:    HPD officers were called to the above location for a report of an unknown male
   wearing a mask and knocking on the complainant’s door displaying a gun. 
   Officers found Mr. Fouse who admitting to being at the apartment, but he did
   not have a gun.  The witness identified subject, he was arrested and taken to
   HPD.  He was later released on a notice to appear in city court.  
 
 
 
Fire Call
Date & Time: February 21, 2018  5:45pm
Location: 300 blk Dice Street
Details: Fire Department was dispatched for strong smell of gas coming from 
inside and outside the above location.  Ameren also responded.
Homeowner on scene, gas turned off.
 
 
 
Possession of Cannabis 30 -500g, Possession with the Intent to Deliver, 
Driving While License Suspended, Failure to Register Sex Offender
H18-0892    V18-01382
Date & Time: February 21, 2018    4:51pm
Location: 900 blk E Main
Arrested: Andrew W. Williamson (28) of Danville
Details: HPD responded to above location for an occupied vehicle in a field.
Upon arrival a computer check on the driver returned with a suspended
Illinois driver’s license and that he was a non compliant registered sex offender. Upon further check, cannabis was found on
the subject’s body along with a large amount of cash.  He was 
transported to HPD where he was processed and later taken to PSB
for arraignment.
 

Iroquois County EMA Press Release

Flooding is occurring throughout Iroquois County. Heavy rains, snow melt, and partially flooded ground has led to flash, road, and small creek flooding. All of Iroquois County has minor impacts.
 
Throughout last night and this evening, there have been a number of vehicles getting stuck in flooded roads. No injuries have been reported. As water drains and flows, roads may clear and flood rapidly. Do not drive across a flooded roadway. Drive with caution, especially at night.
 
Multiple jurisdictions have experienced in-town flooding, including Stockland, Milford, and Cissna Park. Rural areas are flooding as well. Woodland and Watseka are preparing for river flooding. Only a handful of residential flooding has occurred so far, not including basement seepage. Iroquois County EMA has opened the Emergency Operations Center, and is tracking damage and coordinating resources and situational awareness throughout Iroquois County. Presently, Sugar Creek and Iroquois River are both in major flood stage. Residents in flood-prone areas are highly encouraged to prepare in case of evacuation.
 
The American Red Cross will open up a shelter for residents that need to evacuate at Trinity Church in Watseka starting at 17:00 (5 PM) tonight. This shelter is open to all evacuated residents in Iroquois County.
 
Iroquois County Animal Control is opening an animal shelter. If you need to evacuate and need a safe place for your pets, contact Animal Control through 911.
 
Iroquois County EMA will send out updates. 
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-20-18

Fire Call
Time: 5:44pm
Location: 800 blk W Main
Details: HFD was paged out due to the smell of smoke inside the residence.  Fire 
department found water in the furnace.
 
Fire Call
Time: 10:23pm
Location: 800 blk E Maple
Details: HFD was paged out due to the smell of smoke inside the residence.  Fire
department found water in the basement and all pilot lights were extinguished.
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/13/2018

Theft (Under) H18-0682 
Date of Incident: February 7, 2018    12PM
Location: 400 block W Lincoln Street 
Complainant: 59 year old Hoopeston Woman 
Arrested: Jeff H Chandler (43) (M) of Hoopeston 
Time of Arrest: 1pm 
Date of Arrest: February 13, 2018 
Details: On February 7th, HPD officers made a report in reference to stolen property.
The next day, the property was recovered and given back to the owner.  After an investigation, Mr. Chandler was found and arrested for theft.  He was processed and released with a Notice to Appear.
 
Wanted on Warrant H18-0760 V18-1176
Time: 4:35pm
Location: 400 blk N Market
Arrested: David Cannon (38) of Hoopeston
Details: Officers responded to the above in reference to the report of a possible illegal burn. Once on scene, officers made contact with Mr. Cannon. A computer check revealed he had an active warrant issued by Vermilion County. He was taken into custody, transported to HPD where he was processed, and later transported to the PSB. 
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/12/2018

Wanted on Warrant; Driving While License Suspended
Time: 12:18am
Location: 1000 block of S. Dixie Highway
Arrested: Joseph Martinico (47) of Hoopeston
Details: After conducting a routine traffic stop a computer check revealed that Mr. Martinico did not have a valid driver’s license and also had an outstanding warrant through Ford County. Subject was taken to HPD where he was processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition. 
 
 
Traffic Accident (Minor PI) H18-0747
Time: 11:56 AM
Location: 800 block E Seminary Avenue Hoopeston 
Unit 1: 2010 Ford Utility driven by Jessica Lange (F) (35) of Hoopeston
Unit 2: 2005 Ford Escape driven by Katherine E Rigdon-Mikel of Rossville (F) (45)
Details:  Hoopeston Police was requested to investigate an accident that occurred at the above location.  Unit #1 was traveling northbound on 8th St when it approached the intersection of E. Seminary.  Due to extremely icy road and slope of the road, 
Unit #1 slid into the path of Unit #2, who was traveling eastbound on Seminary.  Both units were insured. Arrow EMS was dispatched for minor injuries.  Unit #2 was cited for No Valid Registration.
 
Traffic Accident PD H18-0748
Time: 3:26pm
Location: 600 blk W Orange
Unit 1: 2007 Chevrolet 4D driven by Corey Legan (M)(27) of Cissna Park
Unit 2: 2007 Dodge Pickup driven by Ryley Watson (M)(18) of Rossville
Details: HPD officers responded to an accident at the above location.  Both Unit 1 and
Unit 2 were traveling westbound on W Orange St.  Unit 2 slowed down due to 
traffic when Unit 1 failed to reduce speed to avoid an accident and struck Unit 2.
No injuries were reported, no citations issued and both units were insured.
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/9/2018-2/11/2018

Fire Call
Time: 09:23 AM
Location: 500 block S Market Street 
Details:     A strong odor of Natural Gas could be smell outside of the building, HFD was dispatched and Ameren contacted to respond to the area.    No report of injuries.   The scene was turned over to Ameren to follow up on.  
 
 
Bicycles Recovered H18-0691
Time: 11 AM
Location: 100 block E Lincoln Street 
Details: 2 bikes were found in the area   1.  Huffy Red Silver Bike 
2. Kent Freestyle,  Pink black, 
Owners of the bikes may come to HPD to claim them.
 
 
Recovered Bicycle H18-0693
Time: 12:23 PM
Location: 102 E Thompson Avenue 
Details:     Chrome bicycle was located along the trees by McCord Trucking property. 
Owner may ID at HPD 
 
 
Burglary to Auto H18-0694
Time: 12:39 PM
Location: VFW Parking Lot 428 W Orange Street 
Complainant: 43 year old Hoopeston Woman 
Details: At the above time person(s) unknown and without permission removed a black purse from a vehicle parked on the lot.  
 
Traffic Accident H18-0706
Time: 9:08am
Location: 1030 W Chestnut St, Jerry’s IGA 
Unit 1: 1997 Chevy 4D driven by Dylan Slaughter (M)(17) of Hoopeston
Unit 2: 2004 Jeep driven by Jasmine Sills (F)(23) of Hoopeston
Details: Hoopeston Police were requested to respond to the parking lot to investigate
an accident.  Unit 1 was stationary in a parking spot, went to exit the vehicle
and did not see Unit 2 approaching.  Unit 1 opened his door to exit into the path
of Unit 2.  No injuries were reported and both units were insured.
 
Warrant Arrest, Driving While License Revoked H18-0718
Time: 12:37am
Location: Main/Bank
Arrested: Patrick Henning (44) Hoopeston male
Details: HPD officers performed a traffic stop on Mr. Henning after they noticed
the car he was driving had an expired registration.  A computer check revealed
that subject’s driver’s license was revoked, and he had an outstanding warrant
through Vermilion County.  He was taken to HPD, processed and later released
after posting bond and receiving a traffic citation. 
 
Traffic Accident H18-0724
Time: 09:46 AM
Location: 100 block S 4th Street 
Unit 1: 2008 Chevy Coupe driven by Megan M Brewster (F) (30) of Hoopeston 
Unit 2: 2017 GMC Arcadia driven by Misti D Kaag (F) (54) of Hoopeston 
Details: Hoopeston Police responded to report of Accident PD only in the 100 block of 
South 4th Street.     Unit 1 is at fault unit, and driver was cited for Failure to Obtain Insurance on the Vehicle.   No injuries reported at the time of report.  
 
 
 
Counterfeit Currency H18-0726 
Time: 1:03 pm 
Location: Hoopeston Coin Laundry, 209 S 1st Avenue 
Details: An employee called HPD to come to the business reference to a counterfeit $20 bill being used.   Upon arrival officer spoke to the employee who said a customer tried to use the bill and they retained it.   The customer reported that the bill was obtained as change in Danville.    
 
Warrant Arrest H18-0731
Time: 7:50pm
Location: 301 W Main St, Hoopeston Police Department
Arrested: Kayla Petty (23) Hoopeston female
Details: Ms. Petty turned herself into the Hoopeston Police Department on an outstanding
Iroquois County warrant for Failure to Appear.  Subject was processed and 
released after posting bond. 
 
Criminal Trespass to Real Property; Disorderly Conduct H18-0732
Time: 9:04pm
Location: 700 block of S. 1st Ave
Arrested: Robin Irvin () of Hoopeston
Details: Officer were dispatched in reference to a female refusing to leave the above location. Once on scene Irvin was taken into custody and taken to HPD where she was charged with the above, processed and later released with a mandatory court date.
 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/8/2018

Criminal Damage to Auto H18-0676
Time: 5:30 PM
Date of Damage: February 7, 2018 
Location: McDonalds 824 S Dixie Hwy. 
Complainant: 77 year old Hoopeston Woman 
Details: On the above listed date the complainant had damage done to their vehicle while it was parked at the above location.  
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/7/2018

Criminal Damage to State Supported Property, Battery, Criminal Trespass H18-0656  V18-1016 
Time: 04:07 AM 
Location: Centennial Manor 426 E Honeywell Avenue 
Complainant: 28 year old Hoopeston Female 
Arrested: 17 Year old Hoopeston Juvenile Female 
Details: HPD was dispatched to the above location in reference to a battery that had just occurred. Arrestee was found and taken into custody and later transported to Juvenile Detention Center in Danville to appear before a judge.  
 
 
Traffic Accident (PD Only) H18-0658
Time: 08:14 am
Location: S 4th Street & E Penn Street 
Unit 1: 2007 Dodge Caravan, driven by Carly L Buckley (F) (30) of Hoopeston 
Unit 2: 2011 KIA Sorrento driven by Kellie M Sheppard (F) (41) of Hoopeston 
Details:    HPD was requested to an accident scene,   Unit 1 went to go north bound on 4th Street and did not see unit 2 which was west bound on Penn Street.  Unit 1 entered the intersection without stopping was hit by Unit 2.   Both Units Insured, No Injuries No citations, both units driven away from scene.   
 
Disobeying Police (City Ordinance) H18-0661
Time: 3:32 pm
Location: 900 blk E. Young
Arrested: Aura Nelson (40) of Hoopeston
Details: Officers responded to the above in reference to a possible domestic disturbance. Once on scene, the above subject refused to comply with officers. She was charged with the above and taken to HPD where she was processed and released with a city NTA. 
 
Fire Recuse Call
Time: 6:22 pm 
Location: 3850 N & State Route 1
Details: HFD, HPD, and Arrow Ambulance responded to report of a traffic accident with injuries and possible entrapment.   Vermilion County Sheriff Department handled the investigation.  
 

ISP FATAL TRAFFIC CRASH ALERT

WHAT:  Double Fatal Traffic Crash 
WHERE:    Illinois Route 1 at Vermilion County 3870 E Road (Between Rossville and Hoopeston)  
WHEN:  February 7, 2018 at 6:21 pm 
DRIVERS:  Unit 1: Male, 52, IL (Deceased, Name withheld pending family notification.) 
   Unit 2: Female, 59, IL (Deceased, Name withheld pending family notification.) 
VEHICLES:   Unit 1:  Pick-up truck 
    Unit 2:  Minivan 
PRELIMINARY:     Illinois State Police are investigating a double fatal crash on Illinois Route 1 at Vermilion County Road 3870 North.  Preliminary crash investigation revealed the driver of Unit 1 was northbound and Unit 2 was southbound.  The driver of Unit 1 crossed the center line for an unknown reason.  Unit 1 struck Unit 2 head-on in the southbound lanes.  The driver of Unit 1 was pronounced deceased on scene.  The driver of Unit 2 was air-lifted to an area hospital with life-threatening injuries, where she later succumbed to her injuries.  The crash is still under investigation. 
SEATBELTS: Unknown   
TRANSPORTS: Driver of Unit 1 was pronounced deceased on scene.  Driver of Unit 2 was air-lifted from the scene to an area hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries.   
CHARGES:   None 
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Oakwood Man Pulled From Pond "Died Doing What He Enjoyed"

DANVILLE — Vermilion County residents are remembering an 84-year-old Oakwood area man, who died a day after an ice-fishing accident on Monday, as an avid fisherman who shared his love of the recreational activity with anyone who would listen.
"Jack was one of those guys who, if you started talking with him about fishing, you wouldn't get away," Jamie Pasquale, the Vermilion County Conservation District's director of operations, said fondly of John "Jack" Leverenz, a longtime seasonal employee. "He was so knowledgeable about fishing."
"He just loved the water," added Mr. Leverenz's son, Mike, his voice choked with emotion.
"He always joked he wanted to die with a fishing pole in his hands," he continued, adding his family is taking comfort knowing that "at least he died doing what he enjoyed."
Mr. Leverenz was ice-fishing on a pond at the Pollywog Association late Monday morning, when he fell through about a half inch of ice into the frigid water.
The Vermilion County sheriff's office was called to the area, southeast of Oakwood, around 12:05 p.m.
"We had a call that someone could be heard yelling for help," Capt. Eric Deck said.
Deck said it was initially thought the cries were coming from a wooded area. Then a man was sighted floating in a pond.
Deck said one of the first deputies on the scene tried to throw the man a life jacket, but he was too weak to grab it.
Then a neighbor offered a kayak, which Deck used to paddle out to the man, who was about 25 feet from the shore.
"He was about to go under," Deck said, adding he was able to hold on to the man until members of the sheriff's dive team could put him in a rescue basket and pull him to safety.
Deck said the air temperature was only about 12 or 13 degrees, so the water temperature was likely 30 to 35 degrees. He estimated the man may have been in the water for about an hour.
The man was rushed to OSF HealthCare Sacred Heart Medical Center, where he was treated for hypothermia.
 
Mike Leverenz said hospital staff brought his father's body temperature up, but he passed away in the intensive care unit a little after 11 a.m. Tuesday.
He said his mom, Carol; brother Mark; children Russ and Megan; other family members; and longtime fishing buddy Dave Redenbaugh were by Mr. Leverenz's side.
* * * * *
Mr. Leverenz worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 37 years, Mike Leverenz said. He said his dad had a mail route in Danville for 26 years, then was in charge of vehicle maintenance until he retired at age 57.
Later, Mr. Leverenz was hired as a seasonal worker for the conservation district. Pasquale said he worked from roughly mid-April or May through September or October, doing maintenance and cleanup and overseeing the concession stand at the Lake Vermilion boat ramp.
"He knew all of the boaters down there," Mike Leverenz said.
He also met many people through the conservation district's pontoon boat rides, Pasquale said.
"He took groups, sometimes up to 19 people at a time, on tours of the lake," Pasquale said, adding Mr. Leverenz was good with people. "He loved that. ... Once, we called him to say we had a ride. He said, 'I've got a doctor's appointment, but let me call to see if I can change my appointment.'
"He was a great employee, continued Pasquale, who said fellow co-workers were "deeply saddened" by his passing.
"He had a great personality. He loved to work. He was in his 80s, but you would have thought he was in his 60s. He felt like if he retired, he wouldn't enjoy life. He wanted to be out there and stay busy."
Mike Leverenz said as soon as his dad retired from the post office, he fished "pretty much" every day.
"I would say he fished about 360 days a year," he said. "Maybe he'd stay in if the weather was really bad. But he'd always say (that) he wasn't going to catch any fish for supper sitting on the couch.
"He would catch everything — bass, crappie, blue gill," his son said, adding his dad's favorite fishing spot was the Pollywogs, which he knew well.
 
Mike Leverenz said he helped his dad put on fish fries about four times a year.
"Every two years, he'd have a huge one," he said, adding his dad would lay out bags of fish, and he'd fry them. "There were many times we cooked over 500 fish filets."
* * * * *
Redenbaugh met Mr. Leverenz 30 years ago when he started delivering his mail.
About two years later, Redenbaugh mentioned that he went fishing with his father-in-law in Sullivan.
"He wanted to know what kind of poles and reels I had, and told me I should have this and that," Redenbaugh recalled with a laugh.
"He taught me how to fish, basically," Redenbaugh continued. "He taught a lot of people in Vermilion County about fishing and tackle. ... He got me into the Illini Bass Fishing Club, and he sponsored me at the Pollywogs, and even helped me buy my first boat. We'd go to the Pollywogs, and he would tell me how to cast, where to retrieve. He was really good about explaining how to do things the way he felt they should be done, and I would always listen. He was an outstanding fisherman."
Redenbaugh said his friend holds a world record for catching the largest grass carp on ultralight tackle.
"He was fishing for crappie, and he hooked into a 65-pound grass carp, and he landed it," he said. "It took him close to an hour ... but he was really patient. He would play it and get it worn out and get it into the boat."
Redenbaugh said the two took a fishing trip on Lake Michigan with Big Bird Charters — owned by Jim Condor of Danville — and caught salmon and lake trout. They were planning on going to the Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds later this month.
"I'm going to miss him," Redenbaugh said.
At the hospital, he prayed for his friend to pull through.
"It didn't work," he said. "The minister said, 'I bet Jack's up in heaven now teaching people how to fish.'"

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2/2/18-2/4/18

Criminal Trespass To Property H18-0569
Date & Time: February 2, 2018   6:23pm
Location: 700 blk S 1st Avenue
Arrested: Robin N Irvin (37) of Hoopeston
Details: Subject was taken into custody and charged with above after being
on the property of an address from which she was officially banned.
She was transported to HPD where she was processed and released
after posting bond.
 
Found Keys
Date:   January 29, 2018 
Location:      800 block of E Honeywell Avenue 
Details:   Key ring containing 4 keys were turned into the police department, owner may id them at City Hall.  
 
 
Fire Call
Time: 1:10pm
Location: 110 E Orange Street Cremonski Trucking
Details: HFD & Hoopeston Arrow responded to a report of a crane on fire on the lot. 
HFD arrived on scene, no injuries reported, no estimate on damage.  
 
 
Warrant Arrest H18-0585    V18-00928
Date & Time: February 3, 2018    5:54pm
Location: HPD  301 W Main St
Arrested: Kyle B Ponton (27) of Kankakee
Details: Ponton came to HPD to file an unrelated complaint.  Computer check
revealed outstanding Iroquois County warrant 15TR1586 for
Failure To Appear/Driving While Revoked.  He was transported
to PSB in Danville to await extradition from Iroquois County Sheriff’s
Office.
 
Aggravated Domestic Battery H18-0577   V18-00920
Time & Date: February 3, 2018 12:39 pm 
Location: 500 S 6th Avenue, Parkview Court Housing Complex 
Complainant: 20 year old Hoopeston Woman 
Arrested: Crosby, Nireu Pharon (M) (21) of Hoopeston 
Details:     At the above time and date, the complainant had HPD summoned to report the above incident.   Mr. Crosby was located in the complex and taken into custody pending investigation.  Upon completion of the investigation Mr. Crosby was arrested on the above charge, process at HPD and transported to the PSB to appear before a judge.  
 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 2-1-18

Disobeying Police (City Ordinance) H18-0546
Time: 2:40pm
Location: 500 block of E. Main
Arrested: Sabbin Jackson (30) of Hoopeston
Details: Officers responded to the above in reference to a loud verbal dispute.
While on scene Jackson refused to cooperate. Jackson taken to HPD, charged with the above, and later released with a Notice to Appear in City Court. 
 

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