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WHPO Blog Archives for 2019-08

Shimkus Will Not Seek Re-Election

Collinsville, Illinois – Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) released the following statement:

"As Illinois candidates begin to circulate petitions next week, now is the time for me to announce that I will not be seeking re-election.

"It has been the honor of my lifetime to be asked by the people of Illinois to represent them in our nation’s capitol. Each day I have tried to do this as best as I possibly could, and my success lies squarely at the feet of my incredible staff in Illinois and Washington, DC.

"I will leave the political field knowing that I have served honorably and, with the help of many, accomplished a lot for my constituents, our state, and our nation.

“Serving in Congress has been a blessing, but it has also been a sacrifice for my wife Karen, and our boys. Now young men, David, Joshua and Daniel continue to make me proud. I regret the times I have been away from the four of them and thank them for their constant love and support.

"My family and I thank you for allowing us the honor to serve. Our dedication to our country, our state, our church, and our community will not waiver as we embark on the next chapter of life. God bless you, and God bless America.”

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/29/19

Found Property

Time: 12:45 pm

Location:    100 block E Washington Street

Details:   Wallet belonging to James Brayboy maybe claimed by the owner at HPD



Fire Call

Time:                     2:30 pm

Location:                 1118 N Dixie Highway

Details:                   Report of Brush fire called in. HFD and Police were called out.



Wanted on Warrant                H19-4628             V19-7291

Time:                    11:47pm

Location:              500 block of 5th St

Arrested:              Adam Bryant (M) (35) of Hoopeston

Details:                 Officers responded to the above in reference to a domestic disturbance.

While on scene a computer check revealed that Mr. Bryant has an active warrant out of Champaign County. Bryant was taken to HPD, where he was processed and later transported to the PSB to await extradition.   



Traffic Crash Fatality Rural Hoopeston

WHAT:   Traffic Crash Fatality 
WHERE:   IL Route 9 at Cheneyville Road (Vermillion County) 
WHEN:   August 26, 2019 at 08:26 pm 
VEHICLE:  Unit 1: 2006 Ford Freestar Van 
DRIVER:  Unit 1 – Miguel I Vera, 36, San Benito, Texas 
Passengers:  Unit 1 - Male, 38, Brownsville, Texas 
   Unit 1 – Male, 37 
Preliminary: According to the preliminary investigation, Unit 1 was traveling westbound on Illinois Route 9 in Vermillion County just east of Cheneyville Road in Vermillion County.  Unit one ran off the roadway, struck a culvert, and overturned into a corn field.  The 37 year old male passenger was pronounced deceased on the scene.  The Vermillion County Coroner will release the name of the deceased once the next of kin notification has been completed.   
TRANSPORTS: The driver and 38 year old passenger were transported to a local area hospital.  
SEATBELTS:   Pending Investigation 
CHARGES:  The driver was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, Improper Lane Usage, and No Valid Driver’s License.  
All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/27/19

Fire Call                                               H19-0085

Time:             5:48 pm

Location:       7 Parkview Court 

Details:          Carbon Monoxide detector was activating for unknown reason,  HFD responded to check levels and determined that it was old batteries that needed replacement. 

                      No report of sickness at the time of the call. 


Fire Call                                           H19-0086

Time:             8:24 pm

Location:       Cheneyville rd/State route 9

Details:          Hoopeston Fire Department responded to a One vehicle Accident with injuries, Hoopeston Police assisted Vermilion County

Courthouse Shooting Victim from Hoopeston

The Vermilion County jail inmate who was fatally shot after attacking and injuring a sheriff’s deputy at the courthouse on Friday had a long and violent criminal history.

Vermilion County Coroner Jane McFadden late this morning identified the inmate as Daryl L. Perkins, 55, of Hoopeston.

McFadden said an autopsy was performed on Saturday, but details aren’t being released because the investigation by Illinois State Police and her office is ongoing.

The incident occurred at 10:06 a.m. Friday in the holding-cell area of the courthouse, at the corner of North Vermilion and Main streets in downtown Danville.

According to sheriff’s Capt. Mike Hartshorn, the deputy was moving Mr. Perkins between holding cells. When the deputy opened the door of a cell, Mr. Perkins attacked him and stabbed him in the face multiple times.

Then the deputy discharged his firearm and struck Mr. Perkins, Hartshorn said. Both men were taken to OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center in Danville for treatment.

The deputy has not been identified.

Mr. Perkins was in jail awaiting trial on a long list of charges stemming from a June 25 incident. In July, he was charged and later indicted on one count each of aggravated domestic battery, felony possession/use of a firearm, aggravated unlawful restraint, aggravated battery-great bodily harm, aggravated battery-deadly use of a weapon and two counts of domestic battery (subsequent offenses).

At the time, he had been on parole following his release from the Illinois Department of Corrections for a 2015 residential burglary conviction in Vermilion County.

On Friday, Mr. Perkins — who had been ordered to wear a GPS electronic monitor at all times — appeared before Circuit Judge Nancy Fahey at a 9 a.m. hearing to request a new judge. Also in attendance was Assistant Public Defender Aaron Brakke, who was representing him, and special prosecutor Daniel Weiler of the Illinois Attorney General’s office.

Fahey granted the defendant’s motion, and his case was sent to Circuit Judge Tom O’Shaughnessy for reassignment.

After the hearing, Mr. Perkins was escorted by deputies to the holding-cell area, located on the northeast side of the first floor of the courthouse, where the incident occurred.

People inside the courthouse said they were asked to stay inside their office and courtroom until the deputy and Mr. Perkins were taken outside. Hartshorn said the incident was contained to an isolated area and didn’t disrupt court proceedings the rest of the day.

Mr. Perkins’ criminal history goes back to December 1999, when he was charged in Vermilion County with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, one count of aggravated discharge of a firearm, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated battery with a firearm stemming from a Dec. 20, 1999, incident in which he shot his then-wife.

The following December, he pleaded guilty to aggravated discharge of a firearm and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

In 2014, he was sentenced to three five-year terms for felony possession/use of a firearm; aiding/abetting/possession/selling a stolen vehicle; and possession of methamphetamine (under 5 grams), all charges out of Montgomery County.

In 2015, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the residential burglary for which he was on parole.

At the time of his plea, two 2014 criminal cases — one for unlawful restraint, meth possession, possessing drug paraphernalia and meth precursor, and another for meth possession — were dismissed.

In December 2013, a Vermilion County jury convicted Mr. Perkins of domestic violence, but acquitted him of unlawful use of a weapon in a 2011 case. He was ordered to serve two years of probation and 180 days in jail and perform 200 hours of public service work.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/23/19


Residential Burglary                                            H19-4493

Time:              07:47 am

Location:       219 W Maple Street

Complainant  39 year old male from Hoopeston

Details:          Officer responded to the residence for a report of a window broken in a door and entry gained sometime overnight. Complainant stated all his clothes and tools were missing from the residence.  Investigation continues.       


Theft (Under $500)                          H19-4501

Time:                3:36pm

Location:          200 blk E Washington

Complainant:    26 year old Hoopeston male

Details:             HPD took a report in reference to items being stolen from the above location.

                         An investigation continues.


Theft (Under $500)                          H19-4509

Time:                6:28pm

Location:          400 blk E Washington

Complainant:    61 year old Hoopeston male

Details:             HPD took a report in reference to items being stolen from the above location.

                         An investigation continues.

Danville, Vermilion Advantage and Carle team up on medical campus

Carle plans to consolidate its current Danville facilities and develop a medical campus between Logan and Gilbert streets, Carle announced today with the City of Danville and Vermilion Advantage.

The development proposal spans approximately 17 acres, consolidates Carle facilities at 311 W. Fairchild St. and 2300 N. Vermilion St. and will better accommodate patients in Danville, Vermilion County and neighboring communities.

“We’re thrilled about this development opportunity,” Mayor Rickey Williams said. “With the potential to spur economic growth in Danville and surrounding areas, this project can better support our community and potentially revitalize the neighborhoods near our downtown district.”

The proposed development will expand outpatient services into a single, multipurpose campus that features primary, surgical and specialty care.

“We believe this project is an opportunity to benefit the Danville community and all those we serve. As always, we intend to be a good steward of the community’s healthcare resources and provide more accessible services to those who need it,” said Caleb Miller, Carle senior vice president, Primary Care & Specialty Care Services. “We appreciate the partnership with Vermilion Advantage, the Vermilion County Land Bank, the City of Danville and Mayor Williams’ support as we move through this process.”

Carle has been leasing the building on Fairchild Street since 2006. The lease will conclude and provide an opportunity for a new use. The facility on Vermilion Street would be available for sale, and Carle Arrow Ambulance services will relocate to this new campus.

The Vermilion County Museum at 116 N. Gilbert St. in Danville will remain. Carle will incorporate the treasured facility into the campus design.

Vermilion Advantage, an organization that advocates for opportunities that strengthen the local economy, played an integral role in supporting this proposed development.

“This project has the potential to give new momentum to the area and truly benefit the downtown and our entire Vermilion County community,” Vermilion Advantage President Vicki Haugen said. “Quality, accessible healthcare is critical to our stability and growth.  It makes perfect sense for us to support this plan for Carle to provide greater service and accessibility to patients and families in our area.”

The development is contingent on property availability and zoning in addition to state approval of a Certificate of Need. Dependent on necessary approvals, the development could be complete at the end of 2021.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/21/19

Counterfeit Currency                                                    H19-4465

Time:             08:46

Location:       McDonalds  824 S Dixie Highway

Details:          Manager requested officer to respond for a counterfeit $10 bill that they received yesterday. There are no suspects at this time. The bill was placed in evidence and turned over to investigations.



Criminal Damage to Property, Criminal Trespass to Residence               H19-4467

Time:             02:00 am

Location:       509 W Elm St

Complainant  42 year old male from Hoopeston

Details:          HPD was called to above residence at 11:15 this morning to report a criminal damage that occurred at 02:00 this morning. He heard a loud noise and ruckus in the garage area. He advised when he investigated, he found a broken window. Upon the officer’s arrival, the window was boarded up and the glass cleaned up.


Disorder Conduct (city)                             H19-4475

Time:             6:38pm

Location:       426 E Honeywell Av, Centennial Manor

Arrested:       Alex Funk (20) (M) of Hoopeston

                      Brad Bradley (18) (M) of Hoopeston

Details:          HPD officers were called to a disturbance at the above location.  Upon investigation, subjects were arrested for their actions.  Subjects were taken

                      to HPD, processed and later released with a city citation and court date.    

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/20/19

Fire Call             

Time:             7:27pm

Location:       Euclid/E Maple

Details:          HFD was dispatched to the report of a natural gas smell in the area.  FD

                      requested that Ameren also be dispatched.  Ameren found the problem and

                      advised HFD that they would be fixing the problem within the week.

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.


 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. 

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.  

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.

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


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


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.


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.

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/2/19

ASSAULT                     H19-4115

TIME:                   8:38 A.M.            



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.



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. 

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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