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WHPO Blog Archives for 2018-10

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/30/18

No Valid Driver’s License, Operating Uninsured Vehicle, Possession of Drug

                             Paraphernalia (city ordinance)        H18-5987

Time:         12:20am

Location:   4000 North/Route 1

Arrested:    Robert Enlow (48) (M) of Urbana

Details:      While on patrol, HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Enlow was driving on a

                   traffic violation.  A computer search revealed the he didn’t have a valid driver’s

                   license.  Subject was also carrying drug paraphernalia.  He was arrested and taken

                   to HPD for processing.  He was later released with 2 traffic citations, a city citation,

                   and court dates for both.        

 

 

Theft (Under), Illegal Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor   H18-5986

Time:               11:40 pm

Date of Offense:    October 29, 2018

Location:         700 block S 5th Street

Complainant:        22 year old Hoopeston Female

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

Details:    Complainant contacted HPD reference to the arrestee removing property from the complainant’s vehicle without permission.   Arrestee was later located and charged with the above charges and released with OR Bond for Vermilion County Court Date. 

 

Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Cannabis with intent to Deliver

                             H18-6004   V18-9707

Time:          4:47pm

Location:    300 blk N Market St.

Arrested:    Terrance Irvin (25) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       While on patrol, HPD officers stopped the vehicle that Mr. Irvin was the driver

                    for a traffic violation.  Upon investigation, a large amount of cannabis was located

                    inside the vehicle.  Mr. Irvin was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He

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

 

  

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/29/18

Traffic Accident                      H18-5968

Time:                    06:49 am

Location:              500 block E Main Street

Unit 1:                   1991 Ford PU Truck driven by Francis Hanson (87) (M) of Hoopeston

Unit 2:                  2014 Ford owned by Manual D Tovar, Dora Sanchez of Hoopeston

Details:                 HPD was request to respond to an accident.  Unit 1 was trying to make his way through the 500 block, mis-judged his distance and struck Unit 2 that was legally parked.   No report of injuries at the time of report,  Both Insured, No tickets at the time of report.

 

 

 

Breach of Peace             H18-5979

Time:                    5:18pm

Location:              700 block of E. Wyman

Arrested:              17 year old Hoopeston juvenile

Details:                 Officers were called to the above location in reference to a trespassing complainant. After speaking to the juvenile he was charged with the above. The juvenile was taken to HPD, processed and later released to a parent with NTA.

 

 

Bicycle Found.

Details:                 A Mongoose bike was turned into HPD owner may claim at City Hall Police Department. 

 

Warrant Arrest                       H18-5985                       V18-9679

Time:                    10:08pm

Location:              400 blk W Maple

Arrested:              Brady Watson (21) (M) from Danville

Details:                 HPD officers responded to the above location to administer a no trespass

                             warning.  A computer check of Mr. Watson revealed that he had an

                             outstanding warrant through Vermilion County.  Subject was taken to HPD

                             to be processed.  He was later transported to the PSB in Danville in lieu of

                             bond. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/26-10/28/18

Driving Under The Influence, Improper Lane Usage, Illegal Transportation of Alchohol,

Traffic Accident                       H18-5907

Time:                    1:11am

Location:              800 blk S Market

Unit #1:                2014 Chrysler 200 driven by David Richardson (50) of Rossville

Unit #2:                1997 Dodge Dakota owned by Deborah Merrill of Hoopeston

Details:                 Officers responded to an accident where driver of Unit 1 collided

                             with a parked and unattended Unit 2.  Driver of Unit 1 was taken into

                             custody and charged with above.  He was transported to HPD where he

                             was released after posting bond.

 

 

Possession of Cannabis                    H18-5919

Time:                    3:25pm

Location:              Hoopeston High School

Arrested:              14 year old female juvenile

Details:                 Subject was taken to HPD after she was found with cannabis on her person.

                             She was issued a citation to appear in Hoopeston City court and

                             released to a parent.

 Traffic Accident PD                         H18-5930

Time:          5:19pm

Location:    Lincoln/Market

Unit #1:       2007 Buick 4D driven by Shane Leslie (M) (37) of Hoopeston

Unit #2:       tree

Details:       While traveling southbound in the 400 block of S Market, Unit #1 left the road

                   and struck a tree on the east side of Market St.  No injuries were reported, no

                   tickets were issued and Unit #1 was insured.

Hit and Run                                     H18-5943

Time:          12:19am

Location:    Main St/S Dixie Hwy

Unit #1:       Unknown

Unit #2:       Street Sign owned by City of Hoopeston

Details:       An unknown vehicle ran into the street sign at the above location and damaged

                   it.  An investigation continues.

 

Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (city ordinance)      H18-5946

Time:          1:46am

Location:    6th St/Lincoln

Arrested:     Brit Atchison (33) (M) of Potomac

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

                   violation.  An investigation found cannabis and paraphernalia in the vehicle. 

                   Subject was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed.  He was later released

                   with 2 city citations and city court date.

 

Driving While License Suspended   H18-5959

Time:          6:16pm

Location:    200 Blk. W. Maple St.

Arrested:     Kenneth Dale (38) of Hoopeston

 

Details:       HPD officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle driven by Mr. Dale after he was observed driving the vehicle and known by officers to have a suspended license. A check through dispatch confirmed the subject’s license was suspended. He was transported to HPD where he was processed and released with a notice to appear in court. 

 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/27/18

Criminal Damage to Vehicle                      H18-5895

Time:                    4:20 pm

Location:               400 block W Washington

Complainant:          37 year old Hoopeston Man

Details:                 At the above time complainant called and report that someone damaged the complainant’s vehicle. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/24/18

Theft of Boat and Trailer H18-5872

Time: 12:50pm

Location: 600 blk W Maple

Complainant: 33 year old Hoopeston man

Details: Boat and trailer were removed from his property without his

permission. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/22/18

 

Driving While Suspended, Operating Uninsured Vehicle, Disobeying Traffic Control Device, Failure To Transfer Title in 20 days, Improper Use of Registration

                                                         H18-5840

Time:                    2:56pm

Location:              Main & 9th Avenue

Arrested:              Tammy T Wolf (38) of Watseka

Details:                 During a traffic stop, a computer check revealed a suspended driver’s

                             license.  She was transported to HPD where she was released with

                             citations for the above.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/19-10/21/18

Criminal Damage to Property, Theft (Under)                        H18-5775

Time:             12:18am

Location:       101 W Main, Ted’s

Complainant:  37 year old female

Details:          Complainant advised HPD officers that while she was at Ted’s, unknown

                      person(s) stole her bike.  The bike was located by HPD however there was

                      damage to the bike.  An investigation continues.

 

Theft (city ordinance)                      H18-5800

Time:             11:33am

Location:       426 E Honeywell, Centennial Manor

Complainant: 49 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested:        Elbert Cannon (52) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:          HPD was contacted in reference to a theft of money.  After an investigation,

                      Mr. Cannon was located and told that a city citation would be mailed to him.

                      

Fire Call    

Time:          6:17pm

Location:    800 blk E Lincoln

Details:       HFD was called to the area in reference to a tree on fire.

 

Warrant Arrest, Driving While License Revoked        H18-5814     V18-9379

Time:          9:59pm

Location:    400 blk Cedar St

Arrested:     Jason Kinnaird (42) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD received information that Mr. Kinnaird would be at the above location.  A

                   computer check revealed that he had an outstanding Tippecanoe County, IN

                   warrant and he was driving on a revoked driver’s license.  He was arrested and

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

                   await extradition.

 

Possession of Methamphetamine               H18-5819   V18-9382

Time:          1:51 am

Location:    6th Av/Elm

Arrested:     Angela Julian (25) (F) of Gilman

Details:       HPD stopped the vehicle Ms. Julian was driving for a traffic violation.  A search

                    of the vehicle found methamphetamines.  Subject was arrested and taken to HPD

                    for processing.  Subject was later transported to the PSB in Danville to await

                    arraignment.

 

 

Criminal Trespass to Vehicle                     H18-5795

Date & Time:        October 20, 2018 2:44am

Location:              400 blk W Penn

Complainant:        23 year old Hoopeston man

Arrested #1:          15 year old Hoopeston female juvenile

Arrested #2:          17 year old Hoopeston male juvenile

Details:                 On October 20, 2018 complainant made a report that he witnessed to

                             2 subjects enter his vehicle without permission.  Subjects were

                             scared off but further investigation by the HPD officer found the above 2

juveniles to be involved.  On October 21, 2018 they were issued citations  to appear in Hoopeston City court on the above charges.

 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/13/18

Driving While License Suspended                      H18-5637

Time:          3:18am

Location:    Main/1st Av

Arrested:     Jesus Diaz (34) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Diaz was driving on a traffic violation.

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

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

                   traffic citation and traffic court date.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/11/18

Fire Call

Time:           1:40 pm

Location:     800 block S Market Street

Details:         Arrow EMS requested HFD to assist with lifting on a medical call.

 

 

 

Possession of Cannabis (City Ordinance)            H18-5626  

Time:          5:15pm

Location:    300 block of N. 6th ave

Arrested:     Deono Zamarripa (22) of Hoopeston   

Details:       While on a routine traffic stop during the investigation cannabis was located in the vehicle. He was taken to HPD, processed and later released with a city ticket.

 

Warrant Arrest                       H18-5630

Time:          8:27pm

Location:    301 W Main St, Hoopeston Police Dept

Arrested:     Billy Robinson (39) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       At above time, Mr. Robinson turned himself in on an outstanding Vermilion

                   County warrant. Subject was processed and released after payment of bond.  He was given new court date and time.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/11/18

Possession of Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine)  H18-5592   V18-9065

Time:          12:28am

Location:    Route 1/W Elm St

Arrested:     Joshua Kempen (28)(M) of Hoopeston

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

                   violation.  Upon investigation, methamphetamine was found.  Subject was

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

                   Danville to await arraignment.  Subject was also given a traffic citation for No

                   Proof of Insurance.

 

Criminal Damage to Property (Vehicle)                       H18-5596

Time:                    08:50 am

Location:              600 block E Thompson Avenue

Complainant:        41 year old Hoopeston Man

Details:       Complainant reports to HPD that person(s) unknown and without permission had done damage to his vehicle. 

 

 

Fire Call

Time:          10:16 am

Location:     800 block E Seminary Avenue

Details:    HFD, Arrow Amb, Rossville Fire all responded to the scene of a structure fire in the alley way Northside of Seminary Av.   No report of injuries or damages. 

 

 

Fire Call

Time:          5:51pm

Location:    State Route 1/4000 North Rd

Details:       HFD, Arrow Amb responded to an accident at the above location.

                   Injuries were reported.

Crash Claims the life of a Vermilion County Farmer

WHAT:                                Fatal Traffic Crash

WHERE:                             Vermilion County Rd 300 N @ 250 E

WHEN:                                October 9, 2018 at 4:52 p.m.

VEHICLES:                        Unit 1: White 2004 International Truck Tractor/ Grain Hauler

                                                Unit 2: Beige 2002 Chevrolet Suburban

DRIVERS:                          Unit 1 – Jay A. Hageman, M, 66, Fairmount, Illinois (Deceased)

                                                Unit 2 –Austin A. Richard, M, 29, Homer, Illinois

Passengers:                     N/A

Preliminary:   According to the preliminary investigation, Unit #1 was traveling south on County Rd 250 E. Unit #2 was traveling east on County Rd 300 N. Unit #1 failed to stop at the stop sign intersection and struck Unit #2 traveling through the intersection. Upon the collision, Unit #1 and Unit #2 ran off the roadway into the ditch, on the southeast corner of the intersection. Unit #1 driver sustained life-threatening injuries and was pronounced deceased on scene. Unit #2 driver was transported to an area hospital.                             

                                              

TRANSPORTS:               1 Transported.

SEATBELTS:                    Unit #1 – No

                                                Unit #2 – Yes

CHARGES:                        None.

All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

OSF HealthCare Foundation Presents the 2018 Festival of Trees: Let Heaven and Nature Sing!

October 8, 2018 | Danville, IL) – Central Illinois residents can get into the holiday spirit early with OSF HealthCare Sacred Heart Medical Center’s 22nd annual Festival of Trees.

 

The 2018 event, Let Heaven and Nature Sing, will be held November 10-14 at the David S. Palmer Arena in Danville. Tickets go on sale 10:00 a.m. Friday, October 12 and can be purchased at the David S. Palmer Arena (100 W. Main Street, Danville), online at https://palmerarena.com or by phone at 1-800-514-3849. Ticket prices vary for each Festival of Trees event.

 

“The Festival of Trees is a magical way to start the holiday season with something special for everyone,” said Angie Lazzell, OSF HealthCare Foundation Festival of Trees Coordinator. “Our committees are working hard to make each and every special event exceptional again this year.”

 

Favorites returning from last year include the Children’s Holiday Breakfast, the Ladies’ Luncheon, the Princess Tea Party, the Crystal Ball and the Family Pajama Party. 

 

To learn more about the 22nd annual event, visit the Festival of Trees facebook page at www.facebook.com/festivaloftreesdanville. Proceeds will fund new 3D Mammography equipment for the Women’s Health Center at OSF Sacred Heart.

 

Platinum Sponsor for the Festival of Trees is the Julius W. Hegeler II Foundation, and Diamond Sponsor is Iroquois Federal.
 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/9/18

 

Driving While License Suspended, Disobeying Traffic Control Device     H18-5579  

Time:          8:40pm

Location:    4th St/Thompson

Arrested:     Austin Johnston (23) of Hoopeston

Details:       While on a traffic stop a computer check revealed Mr. Johnston to have a suspended license. Johnston was taken to HPD where he was processed and later released with a notice to appear in traffic court.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/6-10/7/18

Warrant Arrest                       H18-5515

Time:                    5:44pm

Location:              7th street & Main

Arrested:              Tonya K Edwards (41) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Taken into custody on outstanding Vermilion County warrant

                             18CM0338   FTA/Domestic Battery Pretrial.  She was transported

                             to PSB for arraignment

 

Traffic Accident (Hit & Run)           H18-5523

Time:                    10:18pm

Location:              824 S. Dixie Hwy (McDonalds)

Unit #1:                Unknown

Unit #2:                2019 Dodge Ram owned by EAN Holdings LLC

Details:                 Unit #2 was parked at McDonalds. When the driver of the unit returned she noticed there was damage done to the vehicle. Unit #1 was insured.

 

 

Domestic Battery; Theft         H18-5551   V18-8983

Time:                    4:14am

Location:              500 block of W. Maple

Arrested:              Ambrosio Ybarra III (21) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Officers were called to the above in reference to a battery that had just occurred. After locating Ybarra, he was taken to HPD where he was processed and later transported the PSB on the above charges.

 

 

Residential Burglary, Theft    H18-5553

Time:                    3:00am

Location:              700 blk S 1st ave

Complainant:        20 year old Hoopeston female and a 22 year old Hoopeston female

Details:                 Complainants advised unknown person(s) entered her residence

                             without permission and removed items

                  

 

Theft                                       H18-5564

Time:                    8:02pm

Location:              220 E. Main

Complainant:        53 year old Hoopeston male

Details:                 Complainant advised antique U.S. flag stolen from in front of his building

 

Fire Alarm

Time:                    3:28pm

Location:              Autumn Fields  325 E Orange

Details:                 Hoopeston Fire Department responded for an activated fire alarm.

                             Malfunction due to problem with detector.

 

 

 

Traffic Accident            H18-5531

Time:                    1:47 pm

Location:              500 blk S 3rd Street

Unit #1:                Unknown left scene

Unit #2:                1999 Ford Escort owned by Elizandro Solis of Hoopeston

Details:                 At the above time, owner made report of a vehicle damaging his

                             vehicle which was parked on the street and unattended.

 

 

 

 

Driving While Suspended, Suspended Registration for Mandatory Insurance Violation

                                      H18-5518

Date & Time:        October 5, 2018  8:22pm

Location:              600 blk W Thompson

Arrested:              Jessica A Stipp (37) of Hoopeston

Details:                 On October 5th vehicle was located in a ditch and unoccupied.  The

                             registered owner was located on October 6th.  Further investigation

                             found her Illinois driver’s license to be suspended and the registration

                             on the vehicle she was driving was also suspended.  She was transported

                             to HPD where she was released with the above citations

 

 

 

 

 

Burglary to Auto           H18-5540

Time:                    8:50pm

Location:              800 block of W. Washington

Complainant:        (33) year old Hoopeston female

Details:                 Complainant contacted HPD when she discovered items missing from her vehicle. Investigation continues.        

 

 

 

Criminal Damage to Property; Criminal Trespass       H18-5538

Time:                    7:18pm

Location:              800 block of E. Seminary

Complainant:        (60) year old Wellington male

Details:                 Complainant contacted HPD when it was discovered that person(s) unknown and without his permission entered his residence. Investigation continues.

 

 

 

 

Traffic Accident (Hit & Run)           H18-5548

Time:                    11:32pm

Location:              900 block of Sprague

Unit #1:                Unknown

Unit #2:                2010 Chevrolet Impala owned by Charlotte Strawser

Details:                 An unknown vehicle struck Unit #2 while it was parked at the above location.      Unit #2 was insured.

 

 

 

 

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/3-10/4/18

Traffic Accident            H18-5468

Time:                    3:43pm

Location:              800 blk E Penn

Unit #1:                2007 Saturn driven by Judith Kunce (72) of Hoopeston

Unit #2:                2006 Chrysler van owned by Tamorah Jerome of Hoopeston

Details:                 Driver of Unit 1 struck Unit 2 while it was parked and unoccupied.

                                     

 

 

 

Domestic Battery, Possession of Controlled Substance  H18-5469  V18-8862

Time:                    4:25pm

Location:              Parkview Court

Complainant:        19 year Hoopeston female

Arrested:              Andrew D Cordova (23) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Officers responded for a disturbance.  Cordova was taken into custody

                             for Domestic Battery.  While searching his person Methamphetamine

                             was found which he was also charged with.   He was transported to

                             PSB for arraignment.     

Warrant Arrest                       H18-5488   V18-8875

Time:          12:26am

Location:    400 blk E Penn

Arrested:     Marty Fink (65) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:       HPD officers stopped the vehicle that Mr. Fink was the passenger.  A computer

                   check revealed that he had an outstanding Arizona DOC warrant.  He was taken to

                   HPD, processed and later transported to the PSB in Danville to await extradition.

 

 

Criminal Damage to Vehicle                      H18-5493

Time:                    10:23 am

Location:              400 block E Seminary Street

Complainant:        30 year old Hoopeston male

Details:       At the above complainant contacted HPD reference to damage done to his vehicle.

          Investigation continues

 

 

Retail Theft                                       H18-5496

Time:          4:12pm

Location:    700 blk W Orange

Detail:         Business made a report of a subject removing an item from the store

                   without paying for it.

 

OSF HealthCare and Danville Polyclinic Sign Letter of Intent

OSF HealthCare and Danville Polyclinic have signed a letter of intent for OSF HealthCare to take ownership of the clinic in early 2019. This move is a continuation of the commitment OSF HealthCare made to Danville and the surrounding communities to provide access to top-notch health care to those who need it.

 

OSF HealthCare and Polyclinic are committed to ensuring continued access to quality care and services during this shift in ownership, and patients should see no change in care throughout this process.

 

“We are excited to continue to grow our Ministry and serve the patients in Danville and the surrounding communities,” said Dr. Jeffry Tillery, CEO, OSF HealthCare Medical Group. “Our goal is to assure that high-quality, affordable care is available and sustainable. We feel this transition of ownership allows us to continue that work. We respect Danville Polyclinic’s commitment to its patients and community and will work diligently to make this move as seamless as possible for patients.”

 

“We are excited to announce that by unanimous decision by all Danville Polyclinic doctors, health care providers and administration, we shall be joining in the near future OSF Health Care, which was named the best employer in Illinois by Forbes, to stabilize, improve and expand the hospital and outpatient health care of ALL patients in Danville and wide surrounding area,” added Dr. Naresh Goel, President of the Board, Danville Polyclinic.

The timeframe for completing the transition is still being determined pending regulatory approvals.

 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/2/18

Wanted on Warrant      H18-5445   V18-8822

Time:                    4:29pm

Location:              700 block of S. 3rd St

Arrested:              Angela Cooper (34) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Officers checked out at the above location with Cooper who was known to have a warrant. A computer check revealed that Cooper had an active warrant out of Vermilion County (18CM421) and out of Grundy County (18CM139). Cooper was taken to HPD, processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition.

 

 

Criminal Damage to Property           H18-5449

Time:                    6:48pm

Location:              933 S. 6th Ave (Hoopeston Youth Soccer Fields)

Complainant:        (39) year old Hoopeston Female

Details:                 Complainant came to HPD to report damage done to the soccer nets. Investigation continues.

 

 

 

Criminal Damage to Property          H18-5448

Time:                    6:40pm

Location:              300 block of Chestnut

Complainant:        (31) year old Hoopeston Female

Details:                 Complainant contacted HPD when she noticed windows had been broken at a property she owns. Investigation continues.

 

 

 

Wanted on Warrant               H18-5453

Time:                    8:26pm

Location:              400 blk W Penn St

Arrested:              Rheanna Wardall (32) (F) of Hoopeston

Details:                 While on a routine traffic stop a computer check revealed that Wardall had an outstanding Benton County Warrant. Wardall was taken to HPD where she was processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition.

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training in Vermilion County

Over the past three years, this office has been involved in a federal grant that has provided Youth Mental Health First Aid Trainings over a four-county area.  2,030 people in Vermilion, Iroquois, Edgar, and Clark counties have received the training.  That grant ended September 30th, and all the goals for the grant were met.

                With the support of a grant from the Vermilion Healthcare Foundation, the VCMHB office will continue the trainings in Vermilion County.  In addition to the Youth Mental Health First Aid Trainings, this grant will also cover Adult trainings.  Beth Knecht, of Hoopeston, who has served as the Project Director for the federal grant, will serve in that same role in this continued effort.  She will also be an instructor for both trainings, as will Jim Russell, Executive Director of the VCMHB.

                The first public Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of the new grant is scheduled for October 15th, from 8:30 AM to 5 PM, at the Vermilion County Health Department in Danville.  The first Adult Mental Health First Aid Training will be held on November 8th, from 8:30 AM to 5 PM, at the Vermilion County Health Department in Danville.  Please call Beth Knecht at (217) 516-2298 to register, or with any questions.  You can also call Jim Russell at (217) 443-3500 with any questions. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/1/18

Driving While License Revoked                          H18-5430

Time:          9:42pm

Location:    500 blk W Main St

Arrested:     Ryan Nosler (23) (M) of Hoopeston

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

                   A computer check revealed that subject had a revoked driver’s license.  He was

                   arrested and taken to HPD for processing.  After providing bond, he was released

with a ticket and traffic court date.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 10/1/18

Theft of Plant                          H18-5397

Time:          12:15 pm

Location:              426 E Honeywell Avenue Centennial Manor

Complainant:        55 year old Hoopeston Woman

Details:        Complainant contact HPD reference to a “spider plant”(Floral)  being removed from the hallway of Centennial Manor without her permission.  

 

Violation of Order Protection          H18-5411             V18-8763

Time:             8:55pm

Location:       400 blk S 4th St

Complainant:  20 year old Hoopeston female

Arrested:        Elyscha Wells (20) (M) of Hoopeston

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

                      an investigation, officers located and arrested Mr. Wells.  He was taken to HPD

                      to be processed and later transported to the PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

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