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WHPO Blog Archives for 2021-08

Lost Boy Found Safe in Iroquois Township

We live in a wonderful community with a lot of great officers, firefighters and first responders!

 

This morning Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an area in Iroquois Township for a report of a 4 year old lost in a corn field.  First responding Deputies Fellmy and Holloway did an excellent job in organizing search efforts.  Thankfully, there was a quick and happy resolution, the boy was found safe.

 

We want to thank the Deputies, the off-duty Deputies that assisted, Newton County Emergency Mgt, Jasper County Sheriff’s Office, Goodland Police, Indiana State Police, Drug Task Force, Brook Police, Newton County 9-1-1, Indiana DNR Conservation Police and the amazing volunteers from Brook Fire, Morocco Fire, Goodland Fire and Kentland Fire.  Additionally, Lake County Sheriff and Indiana State Police that had helicopters en route. A special thank you to Rose Acres Farms for their manpower.

Thank you all!

Sheriff Tom VanVleet?

Hoopeston Police Department Report 8/31/21

Possession of Methamphetamine H21-4207 2021-7646

Time: 1:42am

Location: 200 Block of N Market St.

Arrested: Megan C Hawk (F) (28) of Paxton

Details: HPD Officers observed a vehicle in the alley of the above location and attempted to make contact and they found Ms. Hawk and she was found with possession of methamphetamine. Ms. Hawk was transported to HPD and processed and later transported to the Public Safety Building

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/31/2021

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.   Local transmission in Vermilion County decreased slightly to 558.36.  Please continue to encourage people to get vaccinated, wear a mask when indoors, and make good decisions.  Our actions can affect everyone in this community. 

 

Indoor Mask Mandate begins today, 8/30/2021. 

 

 

Regional Hospital Information

 

Two of our Region’s Hospital’s EDs were at Peak Census as of this morning.  We have about 18 ADULT ICU beds open in Region 6 which includes 15 hospitals and 1 VA  (Region 6 covers 21 counties).  Status for our region as of this morning was that we have about 39 COVID patients in the ICU, 133 in non-ICU status, and 22 on ventilators.  There are about 7 patients waiting in EDs right now for beds to be admitted.  These numbers do not include the PUIs.  Please remember it isn’t the number of actual beds available that is the problem, it is the number of available staff to provide care for those beds. 

 

Hospitals throughout the state are suffering from the strain of limited staff and resources.  IDPH has put in for federal resources for help, however, with Hurricane Ida, most available resources will be headed down to Louisiana. 

 

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE MAKE ARREST FOR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

Lockport, IL – On Aug. 26, 2021, Illinois State Police (ISP) Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) Zone 3 officials arrested Alexander O. Hamilton, a 32-year-old male of Chebanse, IL, for Possession of Child Pornography (Class 2 Felony).

 

On Aug. 26, 2021, ISP Investigators executed a search warrant at Hamilton’s residence in the 5000 block of South U.S. Route 45/52, Chebanse, IL, pursuant to an investigation involving child pornography.  During the execution of the search warrant, pertinent evidence was located, and Hamilton was arrested. 

 

On Aug. 27, 2021, Hamilton’s bond was set by the court at $75,000, 10% to apply.  Hamilton remains in custody at the Jerome Combs Detention Center.  The investigation remains open and on-going and no further information will be disseminated at this time.

Hoopeston Police Report 8/30/21

BURGLARY TO STATE SUPPORTED PROPERTY / RESISTING ARREST H21-4168 Time: 04:22 am Location: 600 Blk E Orange St Arrested: Daytan L Davis (25) (M) of Rantoul Details: HPD found Mr. Davis in possession of what they believed was stolen property. When they attempted to stop him, he ran. After a short chase, he was placed in custody. HPD officer transported him immediately to Danville Public Safety Building.

 

BURGLARY / CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY H21-4173 Time: 12:51pm Location: 100 Blk W Thompson Ave Details: HPD was patrolling on W Thompson Ave when he came upon a building that appeared to have damage to the back door. When officer checked, the door was unlocked with entry appeared to be gained. It is still under investigation.

 

Traffic Accident Time: 6:47pm Location: W Main St./S 6th Ave. Unit1: 2008 Honda Accord Ex driven by Thomas J Wray (M) (32) of Hoopeston Details: Unit 1 was traveling westbound on W Main St coming up to the 4-way where the road intersects with S 6th Ave. Unit 1 left the roadway and struck the East facing stop sign knocking it over. Unit 1 was insured and was able to driveaway from the scene

Two Unit Personal Injury Traffic Crash in Ford County

ISP TRAFFIC CRASH ALERT 

 

The Following Preliminary Information is Being Released by the Illinois State Police

District 21

 

WHAT:                      Two Unit Personal Injury Traffic Crash

 

WHERE:                   Illinois Route 115 at 1200 North Road, Ford County

 

WHEN:                      Aug. 26, 2021 at approximately 7:45 a.m.

 

VEHICLE:                Unit 1- 2007 White Volvo

                                    Unit 2- 2016 Black Dodge

 

DRIVER:                   Unit 1- Juanita A. Kesterson, 35-year-old female of Melvin, IL (Transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries)

                                    Unit 2- Stephen A. Bloomstrand, 65-year-old male of Loda, IL (Transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries)

 

PASSENGERS:         Unit 1- Joey A. Loveless, 36-year-old male of Melvin, IL (Transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries)

  

PRELIMINARY:     A preliminary investigation indicates the following occurred: Unit 1 was traveling eastbound on 1200 North Road approaching the intersection of IL-115.  Unit 2 was traveling northbound on IL-115 at the intersection of 1200 North Road. Unit 1 was allegedly operating an electronic communication device and failed to stop at the stop sign.  Unit 1 continued eastbound and struck Unit 2.  Unit 1 and Unit 2 left the roadway and overturned.  There is no further information available at this time.

 

CHARGES:              Pending Investigation

 

Vermilion County Coroner has identified the victim of a shooting in Danville

The Vermilion County Coroner Jane McFadden has identified the victim of a shooting on Bremer Avenue last night, 08/26/2021, in Danville as 21-year-old Detario L. Johnson of Danville. Vermilion County Coroner Jane McFadden stated that an autopsy is scheduled for this afternoon. The Danville Police Department and the Vermilion County Coroner’s Office continue to investigate. If anyone has information about this or other crimes, they are encouraged to call the Danville Police or Crime Stoppers at (217) 446-TIPS. 

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/30/21

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.   Local transmission in Vermilion County decreased slightly to 587.40.  Please continue to encourage people to get vaccinated, wear a mask when indoors, and make good decisions.  Our actions can affect everyone in this community. 

 

Attachments

  • IDPH’s weekly update
  • Isolation and Quarantine Calendar Guide – I put together some information that I hope will help people when they are looking at isolation and quarantine times.  This is just a guide and if you want more specific information, please go to either IDPH or CDC’s websites. 

 

Regional Hospital Information

 

One of our Region’s Hospital’s EDs were at Peak Census as of this morning.  We have about 16 ICU beds open in Region 6 which includes 15 hospitals and 1 VA  (Region 6 covers 21 counties).  Status for our region as of this morning was that we have about 36 COVID patients in the ICU, 134 in non-ICU status, and 19 on ventilators.  There are also patients waiting in EDs right now for beds to be admitted.  These numbers don’t include the PUIs.  Please remember it isn’t the number of actual beds available that is the problem, it is the number of available staff to provide care for those beds. 

 

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/27/21

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.   Local transmission in Vermilion County decreased slightly to 601.92.  Please continue to encourage people to get vaccinated, wear a mask when indoors, and make good decisions.  Our actions can affect everyone in this community. 

 

Mask and vaccine mandate information was sent earlier today.  Please see that email for specifics. 

 

Vermilion County is averaging about 100 new vaccinations per day. 

 

 

Hospital Information

 

One of our Region’s Hospital’s EDs were at Peak Census as of this morning.  We have about 15 ICU beds open in Region 6 which includes 15 hospitals and 1 VA  (Region 6 covers 21 counties).  Region 5 reported yesterday they have 1 ICU bed open for their entire region (and that is not even for a COVID19 ICU bed, that is total ICU beds).  Region 5 is the southern part of Illinois which has about 15 or so counties and is the least vaccinated region in the state.   Hospitals are having a hard time even transferring patients because availability is so low.

 

Much of the concern for our hospitals is staffing shortages and keeping them functioning.  It is critical that we do not shut down our healthcare system, I cannot stress this enough.

 

Testing Updates

  • Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  • Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx
  • To register, you will need the Agency Code:  df5brbrj
  • Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  • They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested. 

 

Testing is still available throughout the county:  You can still get testing through Carle (call for an appointment), OSF Urgo, CVS (must set an appointment up online), Walgreens (must set an appointment up online). 

 

Vaccine Updates

Check our website for upcoming COVID19 Vaccination Clinics at the Vermilion County Health Department:  www.vchd.org

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA can bring in a mobile team.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information or you can fill out a Vaccine Clinic Application:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinationclinics

 

  • There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  You may need to make an appointment first before going.


Regional Metrics (as of August 26th, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 7.8% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 10.8% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  13.9%  daily positivity rate on 8/23/2021

Region 6 ICU availability – 21%

Region 6 Patient increases – 8 out of the last 10 days

Eastern Illinois Announces "Foodmobile" Food Giveaway in Danville, IL

Contact: Amanda Borden, Eastern Illinois Foodbank, 217-328-3663 


When: 09/25/2021 from 9:30am – 10:30am


Where: Mark Denman Elementary School, 930 Colfax St, Danville, IL


Danville, IL – Eastern Illinois Foodbank (EIF) is distributing food to area families facing food insecurity. The distribution will be held at Mark Denman Elementary School (930 Colfax St.) in Danville, Illinois on 09/25/2021 from 9:30 – 10:30am
and is open to residents of Vermilion County. Those attending are asked to bring boxes or bags to transport food. 


The distribution is part of the Foodbank’s Foodmobile Program, a system of mobile food pantries designed to help bring nutritious food to rural or underserved areas, and is provided with support from The Hershey Company. Those planning to attend should pre-register at www.EIFclient.com, although doing so does not guarantee a place in line

Hoopeston Police Report 8/26/21

Warrant Arrest (VC 2019CM387) Poss. Methamphetamine & Drug Paraphernalia H21-4102 2021-7477 Time: 02:33 AM Location: N. 6th Av & W. Main St. Hoopeston Arrested: Robbins, Kevin L II (26) (M) of Hoopeston Details: HPD preformed traffic stop on the above listed subject. It was determined that the subject had an outstanding warrant from Vermilion County on him. He was transported to HPD processed and then later transferred to Vermilion County Jail. Prior to transfer it was discovered Mr. Robbins was possession of Methamphetamine and paraphernalia, which he was also charged with.

 

Warrant Arrest VC 2021CF42 H21-4119 2021-7497 Time: 3:47PM Location: 300 blk of W Maple St Arrested: Kayla Petty(27)(F)of Hoopeston Details: HPD officers were out with Ms. Petty and a computer search showed her to have an active Vermilion County warrant. Ms. Petty was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported by Vermilion County Deputy to PSB.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/26/21

 

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.   Local transmission in Vermilion County increased to 624.36.  Please continue to encourage people to get vaccinated, wear a mask when indoors, and make good decisions.  Our actions can affect everyone in this community. 

 

The following graphic is from the CDC and looks at various levels since January of 2020.  This last month we are seeing our numbers increase and seeing similar levels to where we were when we thought we were at our worst last fall and into the winter.   To look at more information from the CDC about Vermilion County, go to CDC Tracker https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#datatracker-home

 

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/25/21

 

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.   Numbers between Saturday and Sunday were not reported, so rate maintained. 

 

General Updates

 

This morning 4 of our hospital EDs in region 6 were at Peak Census.  Peak Census means the hospital is operating at capacity. A transition to bypass status is likely but not certain.

 

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Heat Advisory for counties in North West, North Central, Central, and Southern Illinois for today August 24th through August 26th, 2021. Heat index temperatures up to 110°F are possible in some locations of the state and are expected to occur each afternoon during the advisory. Hot temperatures and high humidity may cause heat illnesses to occur.

 If you are hosting vaccination clinics/POD’s outdoors, you should consider:

  1. Moving operations indoors into a climate-controlled structure, is possible.
  2. If moving indoors is not possible, ensure the site is in a shaded area with access to fans, air-conditioned tents, cold drinking water and/or other cooling mitigations, such as persons waiting in their vehicles with the air-conditioning turned on, if safe to do so.
  3. Ensure young children and pets are not left in parked vehicles.
  4. Management should takes steps to ensure personnel stay hydrated by drinking water.

 Be sure to check your local forecast and advisory’s.

For more information from the National Weather Service on the advisory, see the link below: https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=ilx&wwa=heat%20advisory

 For more information on what the heat index is, see the link below:

https://www.weather.gov/ama/heatindex

 

 

Testing Updates

  • Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  • Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx
  • To register, you will need the Agency Code:  df5brbrj
  • Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  • They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested. 

 

Testing is still available throughout the county:  You can still get testing through Carle (call for an appointment), OSF Urgo, CVS (must set an appointment up online), Walgreens (must set an appointment up online). 

 

Vaccine Updates

Check our website for upcoming COVID19 Vaccination Clinics at the Vermilion County Health Department:  www.vchd.org

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA can bring in a mobile team.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information or you can fill out a Vaccine Clinic Application:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinationclinics

 

  • There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  You may need to make an appointment first before going.


Regional Metrics (as of August 24rd, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 8.3% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 11.6% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  10.9%  daily positivity rate on 8/21/2021

Region 6 ICU availability – 22%

Region 6 Patient increases – 8 out of the last 10 days

 

Hoopeston Fire Department responds to a suspicious fire

Suspicious Fire Time: 4:32am Location: 100 blk W Thompson Details: While on patrol, HPD officers found a suspicious fire in the area. HFD was called out to extinguish the fire. An investigation continues

ICPHD Covid Vaccination Clinic List

WATSEKA, IL – The Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD), in partnership with Iroquois 
Memorial Hospital, will be hosting the following Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinic, available by 
appointment or walk-in, for Illinois residents age 12 and older. ICPHD also has COVID-19 vaccine available 
by appointment Monday-Friday; 9 AM- 3:30 PM.
• Wednesday, August 25, 2021; 7-9 AM
• Wednesday, September 1, 2021; 7-9 AM
• Wednesday, September 8, 2021; 7-9 AM
• Wednesday, September 15, 2021; 7-9 AM
• Wednesday, September 22, 2021; 7-9 AM
• Wednesday, September 29, 2021; 7-9 AM
To schedule your appointment call ICPHD at (815) 432-2483. Second doses will be scheduled at the time of your 
first dose appointment.
Please note that individuals under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present at the time of vaccination.
At this time, there is no cost for the COVID-19 vaccine. Written documentation from the individual’s primary care 
physician will not be required.
The vaccination clinic will be held at Iroquois Memorial Hospital. Clients will be asked to enter through the main 
entrance located on the north side of the building and are required to bring a valid form of photo ID. Individuals who are 
wheelchair bound or in need of additional assistance may enter through the Emergency Room entrance on the south side 
of the building. Please do not attend if you do not feel well the day of this clinic or are in isolation or quarantine. Patients 
will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after 
the vaccination. Please wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection.
If you are unable to attend this community-based clinic, please watch for future notification of upcoming clinics as more 
vaccine becomes available.
As more vaccine is allocated ICPHD will communicate availability, along with when, where, and how to receive the 
vaccine, via traditional and social media outlets as well as on the ICPHD website: https://co.iroquois.il.us/offices/healthdepartment.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the 
COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at: http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq. For individual concerns 
regarding allergies or other medical conditions please consult your own medial provider

Hoopeston Police Report 8/24/21

Possession of Methamphetamine, Driving While License Revoked, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia H21-4070 2021-7437 Time: 6:33pm Location: S Market St/E Lincoln St Arrested: Jason Kinnaird (M) (44) of Hoopeston Amy Warner (F) (41) of Hoopeston Tosha Allen (F) (37) of Hoopeston Details: HPD officers stopped the vehicle arrested subjects were in for a traffic violation. A computer check revealed the driver, Ms. Warner, had a revoked driver’s license. A search of vehicle and subjects in vehicle found methamphetamines and drug paraphernalia. All subjects were taken to HPD to be processed. Mr. Kinnaird was released with a county court date. Ms. Warner and Ms. Allen was taken to the PSB in Danville to await arraignment.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/24/21

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.  Transmission locally increased to 562.32 new cases per 100,000 over the last week (on 8/18, we were at 476.52 per 100,000).     

The graphic below shows our case rate since July 2020. 

General Updates

 

FDA has fully approved the Pfizer-BioNTeck COVID-19 vaccine for ages 16 and above.  https://www.fda.gov/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/comirnaty-and-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine

  • The Pfizer vaccine for children 12-15 is still is the EUA stage. 

 

I was on a call with the state this morning and the push from the state is masking and vaccinations.  IDPH is not looking at shutdowns, but really trying to push the other mitigations such as masking and vaccinations to reduce the number of cases.   It is important for us to not get to a point where this is no longer our only options

 

Currently at the state level, we are at about the same level for new cases as we were with our Spring spike earlier this year, but region 6 and Vermilion County is steadily climbing and had a high increase last week.  Region 6 did finally see 2 days of COVID19 patient decreases or stabilization (a total of 2 patients decreased).  This is the first time we haven’t had an increase in patients in over a month.    

 

Again, the majority of our cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are with those who are not vaccinated.  PLEASE encourage your staff, family, friends, congregations, etc. to get vaccinated.  Vaccinations are working. 

 

Vaccine Hesitancy

 

Vaccine hesitancy is high in this county.  I see a lot of misinformation being shared out there.  Here are a few things to remember:

 

  • We have been studying mRNA vaccines for 20 years.  This was not new technology.
  • The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19
  • The vaccine cannot cause you to become magnetic
  • The vaccine does not affect either male or female fertility
  • The vaccine does not shed or release any of their components
  • The vaccine will not alter your DNA
  • The vaccine will not cause you to have a positive COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen)

 

For a few more vaccination facts and myth busting: 

 

Mask Myths

 

This information is from the Cleveland Clinic. I’ve included a few of their facts, but you can see all of the information here:  https://health.clevelandclinic.org/some-of-the-most-pressing-coronavirus-myths-debunked/

  • Wearing a face mask provides protection to those around you from YOUR respiratory droplets, and it protects you from OTHER people’s respiratory droplets.
  • Surgical masks are around 95% effective and cloth masks are between 50-80% effective.  BUT in order for a face mask to protect you and those around you, it needs to be worn correctly. 
  • Remembering that there are people who do not have symptoms or have very mild symptoms and can still spread COVID19 is the reason why we ask everyone to mask when indoors. 

This information is from Johns Hopkins Medicine:  

Danville Dan's Give Back to Community

(DANVILLE, IL) – Danville and Vermilion County fans enjoy coming to Danville Stadium and watching the Dans play baseball every summer. In 2021, the Dans again gave back more than enjoyment to their community.

The DansShare program helps support area nonprofits, school and sports teams by having their group work in the concession stand or sell the 50-50 tickets. The concession groups receive a donation for their work, as well as accepting tips from hungry fans. Fans also purchase 50-50 tickets from other groups selling the chances during the games, with the selling group receiving a portion of the proceeds.

Through the DansShare program, nearly $9,750 was given to these area nonprofits and sports teams during the 2021 season – a year that saw four home rainouts, or the total would have been higher.

Other community efforts during the season included hosting the ImpactLife Bloodmobile along with a COVID-19 vaccination drive in cooperation with the Vermilion County Health Department and the National Guard.

The Dans also worked with our presenting sponsor, OSF Healthcare, to raise funds during their All Cancer Awareness Night on the last game of the season.

So just as Dans fans enjoy coming to the ballpark every summer, the Dans enjoy giving back to our community.

The Danville Dans are a founding member of the Prospect League, a 16-team summer collegiate wood bat league. Baseball players from across America come to Danville to improve their pitching and fielding skills along with hitting with wood bats. The Dans count 29 current or former MLB players among their alumni.

Hoopeston Police Report 08/23/2021

 Wanted on Warrant (Vermilion County Warrant #2019CF413) H21-4014 2021-7334 Time: 6:37pm Location: S 1St Ave and W Orange St. Arrested: Cherrica E. Hamby (F) (33) of Hoopeston Details: HPD Officers observed Ms. Hamby while out on patrol. Ms. Hamby was transported to HPD and processed and later transported to the Public Safety Building.

 

Criminal Damage to Property H21-4023 Time: 11:00 AM Location: 200 Blk N Dixie Highway Details: HPD was dispatched to above ref possible burglary. Upon arrival, Officer found damage to the deadbolt lock. Nothing appeared missing at the time of the report. It has been turned over to investigations. 

 

Driving While License Suspended, Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle H21-4042 Time: 4:40pm Location: 5 th St/McCracken Av Arrested: Brian Kinnaird (M) (40) of Hoopeston Details: HPD officers stopped Mr. Kinnaird knowing his driver’s license was suspended. A computer check confirmed that information and subject was arrested. He was taken to HPD to be processed and later released with traffic citations and traffic court date.

 

Warrant Arrest H21-4049 Time: 10:274pm Location: Hoopeston Police Department Arrested: Robert Colunga (30) (M) of Hoopeston Details: HPD officers arrested Mr. Colunga after he came to the police station on another matter. A computer check revealed he had an outstanding Vermilion County warrant. Subject was processed and released after posting bond, and he was given a new county court date.

Hoopeston Police Report 8/20/21

Criminal Damage to Property H21-3978 Time: 2:44am Location: 100 blk E Main St, CSX crossing Details: HPD officers, while on patrol, found the CSX junction box to be spray painted. An investigation continues.

 

Criminal Damage to Property H21-3979 Time: 2:44am Location: 1 st Av/Penn St, Teasdale Details: HPD officers, while on patrol, found several locations of Teasdale to be spray painted. An investigation continues

 

. Aggravated Battery (Public Way) H21-3987 2021-7297 Time: 2:11pm Location: 1000 Block of W Elm St. Arrested: Thad A. Finnell (M)(23) of Hoopeston Details: HPD Officers responded to the report of a Fight in progress at the above location After questioning Mr. Finnell was placed in handcuffs and transported to HPD to be processed and later transported to the Public Safety Building.

 

Criminal Damage to Property H21-3993 Time: 3:50pm Location: 101 W Thompson Av, Nutrien Ag Solutions Complainant: 25 year old male Details: HPD officers responded in reference to damage to a door at the above location. An investigation continues.

Police Department Softball Game Fundraiser to honor Officer Chris Oberheim

Saturday, August 21, 2021 The Danville Police Department will host inter-city softball games featuring the Danville Police Department, Champaign Police Department and Decatur Police Departments as they honor the memory and career of late Champaign police officer, Chris Oberheim, in the inaugural Chris Oberheim Memorial Softball Game. The games will be played at historic Danville Stadium. Chris started his career of service with the Decatur Police Department where his brother still serves today. A handful of ladies Chris coached for traveling softball teams including his daughter Avery will be joining the police squad teams. Admission is free, however donations will be gratefully accepted. The family fun begins at 3:00 p.m., opening ceremonies commence at 5:00 p.m. followed by friendly competition for bragging rights. The festivities include food and drink for purchase, a huge selection of raffle and silent auction items featuring beach condo packages and a grand finale of fireworks. Plenty of seating will be available including lawn seating in the outfield for ample social distancing and bringing lawn chairs is encouraged. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Peacemaker Project 703, a nonprofit organization established by fallen officer Oberheim’s family to proactively support law enforcement officers and their families through community outreach, reform and education. More information about Peacemaker Project 703 can be found on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PeacemakerProject703/ Donations can also be made through Venmo.com search DanvillePolice-CharitableOrganization. The Danville Police Department, all of the participating police departments and the Oberheim family would like to thank the many sponsors who have stepped up and contributed so much to kick off the day’s events. They would like to invite everyone to join them for a day packed with entertainment and ask for your support to make the fundraiser a huge success.

Hoopeston Police Report 08/19/2021

Traffic Accident H21-3974
Time: 8:00pm
Location: 500 S 6th Ave, Parkview Court
Unit #1: 2013 Ford Pickup driven by Christopher Billingsley (M) (26) of Hoopeston
Unit #2: 1999 Yamaha motorcycle driven by Thad Finnell (M) (28) of Hoopeston
Details: Unit #2 stopped in Parkview Court, when Unit #1 tried to go around Unit #2
and struck the motorcycle. Minor injuries were reported but patient was not 
transported from Unit #2. No tickets were issued and both units were insured

Hoopeston Police Report 8/18/21

Fire Call Time 12:33pm Location: 300 W Elm Street Hoopeston Details: Male subject reports to Hoopeston City Hall that his garage was on fire and that he had ran to here to report. HFD & HPD were dispatched to the scene to investigate. Discovered on arrival was a garbage bag on fire inside the garage. HFD extinguished the fire no structure damage showing time of the call.

 

Warrant ArrestH21-3948 Time: 15:52 Location: 500 Blk E Wyman Ave Arrested: Bradly W Wagoner (37) (M) of Hoopeston Details: HPD was contacted by Montgomery County Indiana whom advised Mr Wagoner was wanted on their warrant. They advised HPD where he was residing in Hoopeston and request he be picked up. He was located and placed under arrest without incident. He was later transported to the PSB awaiting extradition.

 

Theft  under $500 H21-3946 Time: 15:28 Location: 100 Blk E Washington St Details: HPD was notified of theft of Gasoline that occ early hours this morning and early hours Sunday morning. The information was forwarded to investigations.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/18/21

We are reporting 41 new cases (one resident in their 80s, one in their 70s, four in their 60s, twelve in their 50s, seven in their 40s, six in their 30s, four in their 20s, four teens, and two grade-school-aged children), and 66 released, which brings us to a total of 10,919 positive cases.

We are saddened to report one additional COVID-related death - a man in his 60s. Our sympathies go out to his family and friends. We have lost a total of 159 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths since this pandemic began.

There are currently 30 Vermilion County residents with COVID hospitalized. There are currently 293 active COVID cases in the county.

Of the 41 cases being reported today, six of them told us they have been fully vaccinated. As part of the interview process, our contact tracers ask each person who tested positive whether they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Vaccinations save lives.


Due to Vermilion County's HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.

We are encouraging our community to get vaccinated, to get tested, to stay home when they are sick, and to wear face masks.


SHIELD ILLINOIS saliva COVID testing will be at the Health Department every Wednesday

* Time: 11am-3pm (Appointments are recommended, but not required - you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering: You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results. https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx
* To register, you will need the Agency Code: df5brbrj
* Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
* They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested.


Please check our website, www.vchd.org, for information about our upcoming COVID vaccination clinics. Our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha's, and some private providers are providing COVID vaccination clinics, as well.

You can also visit our COVID-19 page on our website, https://vchd.org/covid-19/, for more information.

The FDA and the CDC have approved boosters for COVID-19. The boosters for COVID-19 are mainly for certain immunocompromised individuals and for those who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. We will not administer any booster shots until after we receive guidance from the CDC and the IDPH. After we receive more specific information, we will inform the public on the next steps.

MARC Provides Information for Ford County Flooding

Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC)
Providing information and referrals for people affected by the 
August 12th
flooding in Ford County
Date/Time: Saturday, August 21st / 10am – 6pm
Location: Kruse Center
 207 N. Lawrence St
Gibson City, IL 60936
 
Partner resources available at the MARC may include service agencies such as:
IL Department on Aging, IL Department of Insurance, American Red Cross, 
Salvation Army, Comfort Dogs, Pastoral Care, Food and Clothing Pantries,
Ford County Health Department, and more.
For more information about providing services or resources
at this MARC please contact Ford County EMA at 217-379-9415

Hoopeston Police Report 8/16/21

 A Hoopeston woman was arrested Friday afternoon in connection with a rash of graffiti in the downtown area. Julie R. Stevens, 39, was charged with criminal damage to property for allegedly spray-painting graffiti - called “tagging” - at Pizza King, 111 E. Main, at 12:33 a.m. Wednesday. The arrest came after police received multiple calls at 1:54 p.m. Friday from representatives of several downtown businesses that a woman was tagging their businesses at that time. Those businesses included City of Hoopeston, 301 W. Main, Sheridan’s Appliances, 224 E. Main, Edward Jones Investments, 209 E. Main and Bricks and Ivy Event Center, 207 E. Main. Stevens was charged with criminal damage to property in those incidents and was taken to the Public Safety Building in Danville to await arraignment.

 

Hoopeston police investigated a report of a damaged auto, made at 7:25 a.m. Thursday. A 50-year-old woman reported her vehicle was damaged in the 400 block of South Fourth St. Police arrested Max Jones, 49, of Hoopeston in connection with the crime, charging him with criminal damage to auto. He was taken to the Public Safety Building in Danville to await arraignment. A 53-year-old Hoopeston man reported at 12:52 p.m. Friday that someone took property from his yard in the 300 block of North Ninth Ave. Police are investigating. Mark Caddell, 24, of Sheldon, was arrested after police were called at 5:29 p.m. Friday to Hoopeston Marathon, 714 W. Orange, for a report of retail theft. On the way to the business, police apprehended Caddell, allegedly with the stolen items. He was charged with retail theft under $300 and was released on a notice to appear in Vermilion County Court. Roy Jones, 47, of Hoopeston, was arrested after a traffic stop at 8:37 p.m. Friday at South Sixth Ave. and Orange. Known to not have a valid license, a computer check confirmed the information. He was charged with driving while license suspended and was released on a notice to appear in Vermilion County Court.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/16/21

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.  Transmission locally has increased to 427.68 new cases per 100,000 over the last week.


Booster Shots
At this time, FDA and CDC did approve the boosters for COVID19.  The Boosters for COVID19 are mainly for certain immunocompromised individuals and those who took the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.    Once guidance has been given with more specific information, we will inform the public on next steps.   Until we receive guidance, we will not be administering any booster shots.

School Updates( http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/schoolfaqs<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/schoolfaqs>)
I wanted to get clarification on a couple things from the state about school testing options.   I received my answers today.

  *   Beginning on page 7 of the above FAQs Download, students and staff have options to stay in school or get back to school sooner if they have exposures.
     *   For Option 3, if the school has universal masking, they can use the 7-day quarantine option for close contacts as long as they are asymptomatic and get tested on day 6 or after.
     *   For option 4, at home tests are not allowed for test to stay.
  *   I also asked about masks for schools as stated by the Governor in his announcement and they said IDPH would be supplying schools with masks.  However, there is no timeline for that yet.  When I hear something, I will let you know immediately.

COVID19 Treatment – Information only
After speaking to one of our local family care physicians, they suggested that I include some information about resources available to some of our population if they do test positive for COVID19.  I had them do a write up for me since I am not a medical person and I wanted to make sure I was giving you correct information.   I would refer any questions to a healthcare provider.

MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY THERAPY FOR NEWLY DIAGNOSED COVID 19 PATIENTS

People who are exposed to Covid 19, or who have symptoms for Covid 19 should be tested promptly. For those who test positive for COVID-19, there is specific lifesaving treatment available.  This treatment is called monoclonal antibody therapy.  It can be given promptly in an outpatient setting through an IV over about an hour.  Monoclonal antibody therapy has been shown to prevent hospitalization and prevent death in people who are newly diagnosed, within the first few days of their illness.

This therapy is readily available locally, in an outpatient setting,  both in Urbana and in Hoopeston.  It requires a doctor's order.  The strategy is to be tested as soon as symptoms develop, so,  if positive and you meet criteria, the therapy is available to you in a timely way.

The therapy is given as an outpatient and is indicated specifically for people who have symptoms that do not require hospitalization.  This is particularly important in our situation where hospital beds and intensive care unit beds are becoming scarce.

Eligibility criteria for adults 18 or older are actually quite liberal and are as follows:

Any one of the following:


  1.  Age greater than 65.


  1.  Anyone whose body mass index is more than 35. (40% of Vermilion County residents fit this category).


  1.   Chronic kidney disease.


  1.   Diabetes.


  1.  Conditions which suppress your immune system


  1.  Medications which may suppress your immune response.

In addition,  people 55 or older are eligible if there is history of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, or chronic lung disease are also eligible

Children with immunosuppressive disease 12 and older are also eligible

Anyone who thinks they meet criteria should request that their provider refer them for Monoclonal Antibody therapy.  Time is of the essence since to be effective treatment should begin in the early stages of the illness.


Testing Updates

  *   Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  *   Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx<https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx>
  *   To register, you will need the Agency Code:  df5brbrj
  *   Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  *   They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested.

Vaccine Updates
Check our website for upcoming J and J and Moderna Clinics:  www.vchd.org<http://www.vchd.org>

Upcoming Clinics outside VCHD
Through EMA, Danville Mass Transit will have a 2nd Dose ONLY Pfizer Vaccine Clinic on August 23rd from 10am-2pm at their location on 101 N. Hazel St. in Danville.
For questions, please contact Lisa Beith at 217-431-3461
This is a great opportunity!!

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA can bring in a mobile team.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information or you can fill out a Vaccine Clinic Application:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinationclinics<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinationclinics>

There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.

Regional Metrics (as of August 13th, 2021)
For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion> or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6>.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays.

Region 6 – 7.8% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)
Vermilion County – 11.3% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)
Vermilion County –  12.1%  daily positivity rate on 8/10/2021
Region 6 ICU availability – 23%
Region 6 Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days

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Vermilion County Vaccination Counts (As of August 13th, 2021) http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion>

Total Number of Vaccinations Administered (includes 12+):  47,864
Total Number of Vermilion County Residents FULLY vaccinated (includes 12+):  25,630
Percentage of Vermilion County’s TOTAL Population who are FULLY vaccinated:  33.37%
Percentage of those who are 65+ and have at least 1 dose:  71.75%
Percentage and Number of those who are 65+ that are fully vaccinated:  68.60% / 10,191
Percentage of those who are ages 18-64 and have at least 1 dose:  37.63%
Percentage and Number of those who are 18-64 that are fully vaccinated:   33.73% / 14,795
Percentage of those who are 12-17 and have at least 1 dose:  15.52%
Percentage and Number of those who are ages 12-17 that are fully vaccinated:  10.61% / 644

Vermilion County Case Counts (as of 8/13)
We added 71 new cases and released 38.  19 cases under the age of 20, 36 cases between the ages of 20-49, and 16 cases between the ages of 50-79.  12 of our new cases were fully vaccinated, with 1 who is hospitalized.   We also had an additional death, a gentleman in his 90s.        The last time we had over 300 active cases was earlier this year in February.
Active Cases:  320
Hospitalizations:  18 (5.6% of active cases)
Total Cases (beginning March, 2020):  10,720
Total Released / Recovered:  10,254
Total Deaths:  156

Variant Case Information

Variants found in Vermilion County:

  *   B.1.1.7 (Alpha)
  *   B.1.351 (Beta)
  *   B.1.617.2 (Delta)
  *   B.1.617.3
  *   P.1 (Gamma)
  *   P.1.1
Total Number of Known Delta Variant (B.1.617.2) Cases in Vermilion County (all unvaccinated):  27
Total Number of Known Fully Vaccinated Variant Cases:  5 / 102

  *   B.1.1.7 (2)
  *   P.1 (2)
  *   P.1.1 (1)

You can also visit our COVID19 page on our website for more information on numbers, as I update those numbers on a daily basis, except on weekends.    https://vchd.org/covid-19/<https://vchd.org/covid-19/>

Hoopeston Police Report 8/13/21

Fire Call

Time: 2:49am

Location: 500 S 6th Avenue, Parkview Court Complex

Details: HFD was dispatched to the above location for the report of a smoke alarm going off and the smell of odor in the residence. No report of injuries.

 

 

Criminal Damage to Auto H21-3855

Time: 7:25 am

Location: 400 S 4th Street

Complainant: 50-year-old Hoopeston Woman

Details: Complainant reports to HPD that person(s) had done damage to her vehicle

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/13/21

 

 

 

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.  Transmission locally has increased to 389.40 new cases per 100,000 over the last week.  New cases and hospitalizations are still primarily with those who have been unvaccinated, but we are seeing vaccinated cases and patients as well. Many of the patients who are vaccinated that have been hospitalized have underlying health conditions that still make them vulnerable.   Local hospitals are also beginning to see the strain with an increase in cases and low ICU bed availability.  Some of this is due to low numbers of staff as well.  It doesn’t take a lot to overwhelm our healthcare system.  We need to get control now and not later. 

 

Region 6 also hit 8% positivity rate and we are at 23% ICU bed availability. 

 

Booster Shots

At this time, we are still waiting on approval from the FDA and then guidance from CDC and IDPH before we recommend boosters.  The Boosters for COVID19 are mainly for immunocompromised individuals.  Once approval and guidance has been given, we will inform the public on next steps. 

 

School Updates

Schools across the county are beginning to head back to classes or will be in the next week or two.  This is the latest statement from ISBE.  I know it’s frustrating to have to continue with the masking.  We have already seen some cases in the schools, but good news is that we have not seen classroom spreading yet due to masking.  Cases appear to be community spread.  The last thing I want in our county is to begin to see child hospitalizations like some other states have.  We have children with underlying health conditions, we have a high child obesity rate, and we continue to have a virus that changes. 

https://www.isbe.net/Documents/Enforcement-Universal-Indoor-Masking-Requirement.pdf

 

Testing Updates

  • Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  • Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx
  • To register, you will need the Agency Code:  df5brbrj
  • Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  • They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested. 

 

Vaccine Updates

Check our website for upcoming J and J and Moderna Clinics:  www.vchd.org

 

Upcoming Clinics outside VCHD

Through EMA, Danville Mass Transit will have a Pfizer Vaccine Clinic on August 23rd from 10am-2pm at their location on 101 N. Hazel St. in Danville.

For questions, please contact Lisa Beith at 217-431-3461

This is a great opportunity!!

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA can bring in a mobile team.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information or you can fill out a Vaccine Clinic Application:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinationclinics

 

There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  


Regional Metrics (as of August 12th, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 8.0% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 11.2% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  11.7%  daily positivity rate on 8/7/2021

Region 6 ICU availability – 23%

Region 6 Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days

 

Hoopeston Police Report 8/11/21

Hit and Run H21-3798

Time and Date of Report: 8/9/21 5:42pm

Location: Unknown

Unit 1: Unknown

Unit 2: ’03 Chevrolet truck owned by William Keele (M) (31) of Hoopeston

Details: The owner of Unit 2 told HPD officers that his vehicle was struck at an

unknown location and time. Unit 2 was insured and an investigation

continues.

 

Traffic Accident H21-3817

Time: 2:47pm

Location: W Main St/S 2nd Ave

Unit 1: ’99 GMC utility driven by Brandon Irvin (M) (26) of Hoopeston

Unit 2: ’12 Buick 4D driven by Linda Carlson (F) (73) of Hoopeston

Details: Both Unit 1 and Unit 2 were traveling westbound on W Main St. Unit 2

was preparing to turn south, when the brakes failed to work in Unit 1 and struck

Unit 2. No injuries were reported at the time of call, no tickets were issued and

both units were insured.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/11/21


We are reporting 146 new cases (six residents in their 90s, twelve in their 80s, eight in their 70s, thirteen in their 60s, sixteen in their 50s, ten in their 40s, fifteen in their 30s, nineteen in their 20s, twenty-two teens, thirteen grade-school-aged children, three pre-schoolers, two toddlers, and seven infants), and 38 released, which brings us to a total of 10,576 positive cases.

We are saddened to report another COVID-related death - a woman in her 80s. Our sympathies go out to her family and friends. We have lost a total of 155 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths since this pandemic began.

There are currently 16 Vermilion County residents with COVID hospitalized. There are currently 283 active COVID cases in the county.

Of the 146 cases being reported today, 18 of them told us they have been fully vaccinated. Three of the 16 currently hospitalized residents have been fully vaccinated.

Illinois State Police Announce the Use of Roadside Safety Checks

Illinois State Police (ISP) District 10 Commander, Acting Captain Ryan Starrick, announces the ISP will conduct Roadside Safety Checks (RSCs) in Vermilion County during September. The use of RSCs combine a strong sense of public awareness and enforcement in order to save lives of the motoring public.

The ISP has zero tolerance for impaired driving in Illinois. Officers working the detail will be watchful for drivers who are operating vehicles in an unsafe manner, driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license, transporting open alcoholic beverages, and most importantly:

- Driving Under the Influence (DUI);

- Safety Belt and Child Restraint use;

- Speeding;

- Distracted Driving; and,

- All Illinois Vehicle Code and Criminal Violations.

 

Alcohol and drug impairment is a factor in more than 30 percent of all fatal motor vehicle crashes in Illinois, and throughout the U.S., nearly 10,000 people die each year due to alcohol-impaired driving. RSCs are designed to keep our roads safe by taking dangerous DUI offenders off the road. This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.

MASKS REQUIRED FOR CITY HALL VISITORS

MASKS REQUIRED FOR CITY HALL VISITORS

 

 Effective immediately, any unvaccinated visitors to Hoopeston's city hall will be required to wear a mask. Vaccinated visitors are encouraged to wear a mask as well. Social distancing protocols will be followed while in Hoopeston's  city hall.

Hoopeston Police Report 8/10/21

TRESPASSING & DISORDERLY CONDUCT H21-3738

Time: 06:39 AM

Location: 112 E Main St Hoopeston, 112 Wine & Coffee Shop

Arrested: Warner, Lindsey M (F) (33) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD responded to complaint of Ms. Warner in the establishment causing a scene and then outside barricading entry door. She was asked to leave the grounds in which she refused. Police located Ms. Warner outside on the sidewalk; she was taken into custody and charged with State of Illinois Criminal Charges. She was processed and release on bond, with Vermilion County Court Date.

 

Violation of Bail Bond H21-3779 2021-6945

Time: 11:24pm

Date: 8/8/2021

Location: Parkview Court

Arrested: Eric R Couch (M) (32) of Hoopeston

Details: At the request of Vermilion County Probation HPD Officers reponed to Parkview Court to attempt to locate Mr. Couch. After Mr. Couch was located, he was transported to HPD and processed and transported to the Public Safety Building in Danville.

 

Theft (Over $500) H21-3781

Time: 06:35 AM

Location: 100 E Maple St (Storage Lot)

Complainant: 68-year-old Hoopeston Man

Details: Complainant reports that person(s) unknown had done damage to his motorhome while parked on a storage lot in the 100 block E Maple St.

 

 

Theft (Under $500) H21-3782

Time: 06:55 AM

Location: 700 S 3rd Avenue Hoopeston

Complainant: 36-year-old Hoopeston Man

Details: Complainant reports that a person without authorization entered his property and removed items without permission.

 

 

Theft (Over $1,000) H21-3789

Time: 1:27pm

Location: 100 N 1st Ave

Complainant: 25-year-old Site Worker

Details: HPD officers responded to the construction site for the report of 2 red 5-gallon gas cans, 1 red 6-gallon gas can, and 1 yellow 5-gallon diesel can. Also 1 black and orange Generac generator.

 

Theft (Over) H21-3794

Time: 3:49pm

Location: 326 N 7th Ave. Chevrolet Auto Detail Shop

Complainant: 26-year-old Hoopeston Resident

Details: HPD responded to the report of items stolen from a vehicle at the Chevrolet Auto Detail Shop

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/6/21

Due to our HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.



The images below are only about 1 month apart (7/1 and 8/4).  Unfortunately, the image mainly in red is from 8/4.    This is the Transmission level for the United States.    Red is HIGH transmission.



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School Updates

The Exclusion Decision Tree is back on IDPH’s website:  https://www.isbe.net/Documents/IDPH-COVID19-Exclusion-Decison-Tree.pdf<https://www.isbe.net/Documents/IDPH-COVID19-Exclusion-Decison-Tree.pdf>

FAQs:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/sites/default/files/08.02.21%20ISBE_School_FAQs.pdf<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/sites/default/files/08.02.21%20ISBE_School_FAQs.pdf>

Post Vaccination Considerations for School Employees:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/community-guidance/school-guidance/school-employee-post-vaccination<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/community-guidance/school-guidance/school-employee-post-vaccination>



Testing Updates

  *   Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  *   Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx<https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx>
  *   Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  *   They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested.



Vaccine Updates



Check our website for upcoming J and J and Moderna Clinics:  www.vchd.org<http://www.vchd.org>



We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA has partnered with IDPH and the Illinois National Guard to bring in mobile teams.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information:



Ernesto Drouet   EMA.V.Ernesto.Drouet@Illinois.gov<mailto:EMA.V.Ernesto.Drouet@Illinois.gov>
Covid-19 Vaccination Site Coordinator
Tasked to IDPH Community Partner Vaccination Efforts
Tasked at IEMA SEOC for Mass Vaccination Planning.
IDPH and IEMA representative for Mass Vaccination efforts
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC)
Illinois Emergency Management Agency

There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.

Regional Metrics (as of August 5th, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion> or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6<http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6>.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays.



Region 6 – 6.4% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 7.6% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  9.5%  daily positivity rate on 8/2/2021

Region 6 ICU availability – 30%

Region 6 Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days



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Vermilion County Vaccination Counts (As of August 5th, 2021)
Total Number of Vaccinations Administered (includes 12+):  46,986
Total Number of Vermilion County Residents FULLY vaccinated (includes 12+):  25,021
Percentage of Vermilion County’s TOTAL Population who are FULLY vaccinated:  32.58%

Percentage of those who are 65+ and have at least 1 dose:  71.88%
Percentage and Number of those who are 65+ that are fully vaccinated:  68.01% / 10,103
Percentage of those who are ages 16-64 and have at least 1 dose:  36.15%
Percentage and Number of those who are 16-64 that are fully vaccinated:   31.73% / 14,561



Vermilion County Case Counts (8/5/2021)
Active Cases:  147
Hospitalizations:  17 (11.56% of active cases)
Total Cases (beginning March, 2020):  10,401
Total Released / Recovered:  10,100
Total Deaths:  154



Variant Case Information



Variants found in Vermilion County:

  *   B.1.1.7 (Alpha)
  *   B.1.351 (Beta)
  *   B.1.617.2 (Delta)
  *   B.1.617.3
  *   P.1 (Gamma)
  *   P.1.1

Total Number of Known Delta Variant (B.1.617.2) Cases in Vermilion County (all unvaccinated):  22

Total Number of Known Fully Vaccinated Variant Cases:  5 / 97

  *   B.1.1.7 (2)
  *   P.1 (2)
  *   P.1.1 (1)



You can also visit our COVID19 page on our website for more information on numbers, as I update those numbers on a daily basis, except on weekends.    https://vchd.org/covid-19/<https://vchd.org/covid-19/>
 

Jesse White Announces Employees Show Vaccination Status or Submit to COVID-19 Testing

Due to a recent increase in COVID-19 cases, Secretary of State Jesse White announced that beginning Sept. 1, Secretary of State employees who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 will be required to submit to repeated COVID-19 testing. “As the pandemic continues to surge nationally, we must do all we can to maintain the safety of our customers and employees and this is an important step in doing that,” said Secretary White. “I am proud of our staff for their hard work as we continue to provide essential services during this challenging time.” Employees will be required to show proof of their vaccination status. Employees who are not vaccinated will be required to submit the results of COVID-19 tests every two weeks. This announcement follows the implementation of White’s policy requiring all employees and customers at Driver Services facilities, Secretary of State Offices and the Illinois State Capitol Complex to wear masks while inside those locations. White stressed that it is imperative for his facilities to remain open to serve the public to reduce the heavy customer volume caused by the COVID-19 pandemic over the last year. White said reinstating the mask policy for employees and customers, as well as this new initiative will help achieve this goal. White is reminding customers that his office extended expiration dates for driver’s licenses and ID cards until Jan. 1, 2022. As a result, expired documents will remain valid until Jan. 1, 2022, so customers do not need to rush into a facility. This extension does not apply to commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) and CDL learner’s permits.

Hoopeston Police Report 8/5/21

Warrant Arrest H21-3704 2021-6784

Time: 3:28PM

Location: 614 W Elm St

Arrested: Thad A Finnell(27)(M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers while on patrol located Mr. Finnell. A computer search showed Mr.

Finnell to have an active Vermilion County Warrant. Mr. Finnell was arrested and

transported to HPD for processing and later transported to PSB by a Vermilion

County Sheriff’s Deputy.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/5/21

Vermilion County maintains at HIGH Transmission Level for new cases of COVID19 with 192.72 new cases per 100,000 in the last 7 days.    Due to the HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors. 

 

Update from other States

 

St. Louis hospitals have seen a large increase in children being hospitalized.    With a total of 20 children, ten were younger than 12 and too young to be vaccinated, while the others were ages 12-18.  Seven (35%) are currently in the ICU. Children are still less likely to have severe symptoms, but we are starting to see a rise in hospitalizations in the younger unvaccinated population.    The Delta variant is 2-3 times more likely to put an unvaccinated person into the hospital and twice as likely to result in death.  Other hospitals like Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas are also reporting more severely ill pediatric patients.  At the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, they had 24 children hospitalized with COVID19.  Seven of those were in ICU and 4 were on ventilators.   They are also not seeing only comorbidities (underlying health conditions) with these children as we had in the past.   As of right now, we have not been made aware of any pediatric hospitalizations in Vermilion County.   I’d like it to stay that way, which is why we are recommending taking extra precautions again.

 

As long as the virus continues to replicate itself with each new case, the virus changes and the game plan changes.    

 

 

Requirements for Masks, Testing, and Vaccines Update

 

  • Effective immediately, the State of Illinois is requiring all Illinois schools and daycares, Preschool-12th Grade, to wear masks indoors at schools, regardless of vaccination status.  Indoor school athletics and activities will also require masking.  Outdoor events will not require masking, as the likelihood of outdoor transmission is very minimal.   This is due to the Delta Variant becoming the dominant strain which is more contagious and more severe.   With the rise in severe pediatric cases, it is important to keep our children safe. 
  • Shield testing will be available to all Illinois Public Schools, K-12, free of charge.  I have attached the news release for further information. 
  • State employees who work in congregate care facilities, veterans’ homes and correctional facilities will also be required to receive vaccinations. 
  • Mask Mandate for all Long Term Care Facilities, residents and staff
  • Attached is the new release as the State of Illinois will begin to release Vaccination Data in our LTC facilities. 

 

Testing Updates

  • Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department EVERY Wednesday
  • Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and registering:  You do need a text number and an email address to receive your results.   https://shieldilportal.pointnclick.com/login_login.aspx
  • Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  • They are no longer requesting that you cannot eat or drink prior to getting tested. 

 

Vaccine Updates

 

Check our website for upcoming J and J and Moderna Clinics:  www.vchd.org

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA has partnered with IDPH and the Illinois National Guard to bring in mobile teams.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information:

 

Ernesto Drouet   EMA.V.Ernesto.Drouet@Illinois.gov
Covid-19 Vaccination Site Coordinator
Tasked to IDPH Community Partner Vaccination Efforts
Tasked at IEMA SEOC for Mass Vaccination Planning.
IDPH and IEMA representative for Mass Vaccination efforts
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC)
Illinois Emergency Management Agency


There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  


Regional Metrics (as of August 4th, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 6.4% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 7.7% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  4.1%  daily positivity rate on 7/31/2021

Region 6 ICU availability – 31%

Region 6 Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days (we were at about 25 hospitalizations a couple week ago….we are close to 100 now)

 

 

Hoopeston Police Report 8/4/21

Theft (over)

Time: 2:50am

Location: 400 N 9th Av

Complainant: 47 year old Hoopeston male

Details: HPD officers were called to the location for the report of a vehicle theft. Unknown

subject(s) took the vehicle out of the complainant’s yard without permission. An

investigation continues.

 

Fire Call

Time: 10:40 AM

Location: 215 W Washington St. Teasdale Foods 1st Av Warehouse.

Details: HFD and Arrow responded to report of smoke and fire in machinery of the facility,

Upon arrival fire was out, Maintenance advised malfunction of a machine, HFD cleared

The scene, no report of injuries, or damages.

 

 

Item Found

Details: Cell phone found in the 600 blk of E Thompson. Owner may come to the station to

identify it.

 

Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia H21-3694 2021-6768

Time: 9:31pm

Location: S 6th Av/W Orange

Arrested: Randy Dillon (38) (M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Dillon was in on a traffic violation. An

investigation found Methamphetamines on Mr. Dillon’s person. He was arrested

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

arraigned.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/4/21

Vermilion County maintains at HIGH Transmission Level for new cases of COVID19 with 192.72 new cases per 100,000 in the last 7 days.    Due to the HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors.  Over the weekend, we

 

Layers of Prevention

 

I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter from the community on vaccinations and masks and the fact that we are now recommending masking for all.  The Delta Variant changes the status quo, but in reality, both masking and vaccinations are working.  There is still a lot of disinformation out there that masks hurt people (not true), vaccinations were rushed (not true), and all the other conspiracy theories.  Masking, IN ADDITION TO other preventative measures, is what works.  Just like driving or riding in a vehicle, wearing your seatbelt is 1 safety measure in preventing injury or death.    Add airbags, car seats, crumple zones, and additional ride down measures (the time it takes your body to come to a complete stop in a car crash), and your chance of survival or reduced injury is better.   Nothing is 100%, but when you add layers of prevention measures, the efficacy increases.  Since January 1st, 2021, we have had about 4500 new cases of COVID19 and only about 1% of those cases have been fully vaccinated.     

 

Here are some truthful facts to share:

 

  • Healthcare providers have been wearing masks for extended period of times for years with no adverse health reactions.  There is no risk of hypoxia, which is lower levels of oxygen levels, in healthy individuals.  Carbon dioxide will freely diffuse through your mask as you breathe.
  • The vaccinations followed the necessary protocol for safety and efficacy.  When you have unlimited funds and resources and ample disease, it doesn’t take as long to go through the process. 
  • The vaccination will not change your DNA…that is not how vaccines work.    No, the vaccination cannot shed the virus as it is not a live or weakened version of the virus. 

 

 

Please continue to encourage our community to get vaccinated, get tested, stay home when they are sick and mask.   Vaccination is the path out of this pandemic.  Each time a virus duplicates itself is another chance for a new variant.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much to overwhelm our hospital systems and our region continues to see an increase in hospitalizations. 

 

School Information

 

  • IDPH updated their school guidance yesterday, here is the latest:  http://www.dph.illinois.gov/sites/default/files/08.02.21%20ISBE_School_FAQs.pdf
  • CDC and IDPH is recommending that all (vaccinated or not) students and staff wear a mask in schools.  If we begin to see a downfall in new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths again, then hopefully those recommendations will be relaxed again.  It is important and more effective to have layers of prevention measures in place. 
  • We have Shield testing at VCHD every Wednesday from 11-3 available for students and staff.  You can also look at page 5 of the above PDF to have Shield Testing at your school.
  • Please look at page 7 – page 10, as there are now more options for kids to remain in class if exposed.  If you are practicing the recommended prevention measures, more kids will remain in class!!  Look at option 4, as it is a fantastic way to keep our kids in school even if they have been exposed.  It is critical for our kids to keep them in school.    

 

 

Testing Updates

  • Shield Saliva COVID19 Testing will be at the Health Department every Wednesday
  • Time:  11am-3pm  (Appointments are recommended, but not required – you can make an appointment by clicking on the link and then using the QR code - https://vchd.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Saliva-Testing-Flyer.png )
  • Testing is FREE and is a PCR test
  • You should not eat or drink anything an hour prior to your test.

 

Vaccine Updates

 

We have a Johnson and Johnson clinic tomorrow, August 4th from 10-12!  Registration is recommended, but not required:  https://vchd.org/

 

Upcoming Clinics at the Health Department will be:

  • August 4th (Johnson and Johnson ONLY from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30. 
  • August 11th (Moderna from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30.
  • September 8th (Moderna from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30.

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA has partnered with IDPH and the Illinois National Guard to bring in mobile teams.  They have come to multiple agencies already here in Vermilion County.  Here is the contact information:

 

Ernesto Drouet   EMA.V.Ernesto.Drouet@Illinois.gov
Covid-19 Vaccination Site Coordinator
Tasked to IDPH Community Partner Vaccination Efforts
Tasked at IEMA SEOC for Mass Vaccination Planning.
IDPH and IEMA representative for Mass Vaccination efforts
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC)
Illinois Emergency Management Agency


There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  


Regional Metrics (as of August 3rd, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 6.0% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 8% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  5.5%  daily positivity rate on 7/31/2021

ICU availability – 31%

Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days

 

 

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/3/21

We are reporting 75 new cases (three residents in their 80s, four in their 70s, nine in their 60s, four in their 50s, fourteen in their 40s, seven in their 30s, fifteen in their 20s, seven teens, seven grade-school-aged child, one pre-schooler, one toddler, and three infants), and 27 released, which brings us to a total of 10,325 positive cases.

We have lost a total of 154 Vermilion County residents to COVID-related deaths since this pandemic began.

There are currently 11 Vermilion County residents with COVID hospitalized. There are currently 126 active COVID cases in the county.

Of the 75 cases being reported today, six of them told us they have been fully vaccinated.

Vermilion County Covid 19 update 8/2/21

Vermilion County has reached HIGH Transmission Level for new cases of COVID19 with 113.52 new cases per 100,000 in the last 7 days.  That is a 273.91% increase in new cases over the last 7 days.    Due to the HIGH transmission status, it is recommended that everyone, despite vaccination, should wear a mask when indoors. 

 

Please continue to encourage our community to get vaccinated, get tested, stay home when the are sick and mask. 

 

Testing Updates (New Flyer is attached – please distribute)

 

Vaccine Updates

 

We continue to offer vaccination clinics as well.  Please see our website for registration information:  www.vchd.org  or call 217-431-2662 ext. 249 to make an appointment

Upcoming Clinics at the Health Department will be:

  • August 4th (Johnson and Johnson ONLY from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30. 
  • August 11th (Moderna from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30.
  • September 8th (Moderna from 10-12)  Walk-ins no later than 11:30.

 

We are not currently able to do any agency onsite clinics due to limited staff availability.  If you would like to set up an on-site clinic at your location, IEMA has partnered with IDPH and the Illinois National Guard to bring in mobile teams.  Here is the contact information:

 

Ernesto Drouet   EMA.V.Ernesto.Drouet@Illinois.gov
Covid-19 Vaccination Site Coordinator
Tasked to IDPH Community Partner Vaccination Efforts
Tasked at IEMA SEOC for Mass Vaccination Planning.
IDPH and IEMA representative for Mass Vaccination efforts
State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC)
Illinois Emergency Management Agency


There are also plenty of locations that are offering vaccines currently including our local hospitals (OSF, Carle, and the VA), pharmacies, Aunt Martha’s, and some private providers.  


Regional Metrics (as July 29th, 2021)

For updates to vaccine numbers and regional metrics, please visit http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Vermilion or http://www.dph.illinois.gov/regionmetrics?regionID=6.  The state updates these numbers at noon on Mondays-Fridays. 

 

Region 6 – 4.7% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County – 5.9% positivity rate (7 day rolling average)

Vermilion County –  12.0%  daily positivity rate on 7/26/2021

ICU availability – 30%

Patient increases – 10 out of the last 10 days  (we have almost doubled the number of patients hospitalized in the region)

 

 

Hoopeston Police Report 8/2/21

Warrant Arrested(Vermilion County) H21-3585 2021-6600

Time: 4:55PM

Location: 500 blk of S 6th Ave

Arrested: Holly R. Irvin(39)(F)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers while on patrol located Ms. Irvin. A computer check showed her to

have a Vermilion county warrant. Ms. Irvin was arrested and transported to HPD

for processing and later transported to PSB by a Vermilion County Sheriffs Deputy.

 

Warrant Arrest(VC 21CM345),Possession of Meth H21-3596 2021-6619

Time: 12:21am

Location: 400 blk of S 2nd Ave

Arrested: Craig I Stevens(43)(M)of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers while out on another call located Mr. Stevens. A computer search

showed Mr. Stevens to be wanted on a Vermilion County warrant. Mr. Stevens

was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported to PSB to

await arraignment.

Criminal Damage to State Supported Property H21-3599

Time: 06:53

Location: McFerrin Park

Details: HPD was called to the ladies’ restroom for graffiti words painted on the stall doors and on a mirror. The investigation continues.

 

Burglary to Garage H21-3604

Time: 12:03

Location: 700 Blk S Third St

Details: HPD was called for a garage and vehicle broken into. The investigation continues.

 

Found Item

Details: A set of Keys was found at the Hoopeston Car Wash. Owner may come to the

station to identify them.

 

Warrant Arrest, Violation of the Firearms Owners Identification Card Act

H21-3619 2021-6648

Time: 9:36pm

Location: 1St Av/W Main

Arrested: Hunter Wright (M) (25) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Wright was driving with prior knowledge

he had an outstanding warrant from Benton County, IN. Subject was arrested and

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

await arraignment and extradition to IN.

 

Fire Call

Time: 10:12pm

Location: 400 blk N Market

Details: HFD was dispatched for the smell of natural gas in the area. The call was cleared

by HFD without incident.

 

Fire Call

Time: 3:16pm

Location: 600 blk E Thompson

Details: HFD was called to the area for a garbage can on fire.

 

Disorderly Conduct (city)

Time: 9:27pm

Location: 100 blk of W Main St

Complainant: 43 year old Hoopeston female

Cited: 15 year old Hoopeston male

14 year old Hoopeston male

16 year old Hoopeston male

Details: HPD was called the area in reference to a possible shots fired call. The

complainant gave a description of the vehicle involved and officers located

the vehicle. An investigation found an airsoft gun and paintball gun inside the

suspect vehicle. All juveniles were given a city ticket, a court date, and released

to their parents.

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