Listeners Club

Forgot Password

Not a Member? Sign up here!

WHPO Blog Archives for 2022-09


Illinois State Police (ISP) District 10 Interim Commander, Acting Captain Bryan Pruitt, announces the ISP will conduct Special Traffic Enforcement Patrols (sTEP) in Vermilion County during October. These sTEPs allow the ISP to focus on these fatal four violations which contribute the greatest to traffic crashes and fatalities:


- Driving Under the Influence (DUI);

- Safety Belt and Child Restraint use;

- Speeding; and,

- Distracted Driving.


The ISP will increase our daytime and nighttime patrols to ensure the safety of vehicle travelers through enforcement of all traffic safety laws. Impaired driving is a factor in more than 30 percent of traffic deaths in Illinois. Likewise, speeding is a factor in nearly 35 percent of fatal crashes; and, nearly 50 percent of vehicle occupants killed in traffic crashes were known to not be buckled up. This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/30/22

Violation of Stalking No Contact Order H22-4226

Time: 10:51pm

Location: 600 blk W Orange

Arrested: 14 year old Hoopeston male juvenile

Details: HPD officers were called to the area for the report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival

parties were separated and officers were advised that there was an order of protection

in place to prevent the juvenile from coming to the residence. The juvenile turned himself

into HPD, and he was taken to the Juvenile Detention Center in Danville to await


Hoopeston Police Report 9/29/22

Fire Call (Vehicle) Time: 06:05 Location: 38668 State Route 1 Red Top Cemetery Details: At the above time motorist reported that they struck something in the roadway. Vehicle was disabled, and smoking. HFD responded to check out the unit. No report of fire, no injuries, and motorist made arraignments for their unit.

Vermilion County State's Attorney, Lacy files motion against Illinois "Safety Act"

As the Chief Legal Officer in Vermilion County, I am compelled to infom those that I have sworn to protect that the proposals set forth in House Bill 3653, now Public Act 101-652 pose a serious threat to public safety, specifically, to victims of and witnesses to violent crimes in our community.

On January 10, 2021, Senator Sims affixed a 604-page amendment to HB 3653 that, in addition to sweeping changes to law enforcement operations, conduct, and use of force, also included the bulk of the bail modification provisions. At 3:00 a.m. on January 13, 2021, HB 3653 was amended again by Senator Sims, becoming 764 pages in length. During the debate in the Senate at approximately 4:30 a.m.

At 5:00 a.m., having had a little more than an hour to read the Bill, HB 3653 was called for a vote in the

Senate by the Democratic super-majority and passed. That same morning, HB 3653 was sent to the House, its chief House sponsor was changed to Rep. Slaughter, and assigned to the Rules Committee. It immediately passed out of the Rules Committee and received exactly the 60 votes needed to pass in the House, again, after less than an hour of debate HB 3653 was sent to Governor Pritzker on February 4, 2021, and he signed it on February 22, 2021.

The radical increase in the number of pages from the originally introduced bill to what is now Public Act 101-652 was not the only arresting difference. As evidenced by the synopsis of Senate Floor Amendment Number 2 to the bill, the range of issues covered by Amendment No.2 of HB 3643, also increased from the narrow issue of voter registration for incarcerated individuals to a wide range of issues, including, but not limited to: creation or modifications of at least seventeen (17) acts, task forces, criminal laws, and boards.

In short, this poorly drafted Bill containing ill-conceived directives is an effort to systematically dismantle law enforcement, which in turn would affect the integrity of every investigation, prosecution, and the safety of every citizen of our community. We must stand with the men and women of law enforcement who consistently stand up for us.

Therefore, I have filed a motion for declaratory judgement and injunctive relief in my official capacity as Vermilion County State's Attorney and on behalf of the People of the State of Illinois. As set forth in the attached complaint for Declaratory Judgment I am requesting the Court to find that HB 3653, now Public Act 101-652, violates Article I, section 8. I(a)(9); Article I, section 9; Article Il, section 1; and Article IV, section 8(d) of the Illinois Constitution of 1970 and declare the law null and void. I am also requesting a preliminary injunction to prevent the enforcement of any bail provisions in the Public Act 101-652 until the case can be fully litigated.

Honorable Jacqueline M Lacy, Vermilion County State 's Attorney

Hoopeston Police Report 9/26/2022

Fire Call

Time: 6:38pm

Location: 220 N 2400 E Rd Iroquois County

Details: At the request of Iroquois County HFD was dispatched to the above location for an active residential fire alarm. Was later notified that it was a faulty alarm.



Warrant Arrest (VC 2022CM488), Possession of Meth H22-4160 2022-8443

Time: 4:27pm

Location: 101 W Main St (Tedd’s Liquor)

Arrested: Shane Baker (31) (M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD while on patrol saw Mr. Baker at the above location, a computer search showed him to have an active warrant out of Vermilion County. Mr. Baker was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported to the PSB by Vermilion County Deputy.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/24/2022

Traffic Accident H22-4132 Time: 2:16am Location: 400 block E Seminary Av Unit 1: 2012 Ford Sedan driven by Destiny Williams (F) (22) of Hoopeston Charges: Driving Under the Influence (Count 1) Unit 2: 2006 Pontiac Sedan parked and unoccupied, owned by Cari Hamilton of Hoopeston Details: HPD tried to preform a traffic stop on Unit 1 for no headlights, just prior to the collision that occurred with Unit 2. Driver of Unit 1 was transported to Carle Hoopeston Emergency Department. Unit 2 driver was released from the Hospital, and then transported to HPD processed on the above Charges. Subject was released after posting required bond, with court date set for VC Traffic Court. Unit 1 was towed, Unit 1 Driver cited, Unit 1 insured. Unit 2 insured. 

Hoopeston Police Report 9/22/22

Fire Call

Time: 11:30pm

Location: 700 blk E Thompson

Details: HFD and WFD were dispatched to the report of a structure fire. An investigation



Stolen Vehicle Reported H22-4088

Time: 6:44 AM

Location: 500 block of E Thompson Av

Complainant: 42-year-old Hoopeston Man

Details: At the above time, the complainant reported to Hoopeston Police that his 1995 Ford Ranger Blue, IL License Plate: 52460K-B was taken from the residence. Anyone sees the vehicle call 9-1-1

**Updated 11:am Sept 20, 2022 Iroquois County Sheriff recovered the stolen unit in the rural Milford area.




Suspended Registration, No Proof of Insurance, H22-4095

Time: 3 pm

Location: 700 block S 4th Street

Cited: Coffey, Michelle R (F) (46) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD made a traffic stop on a car being driven on Suspended Registration,

It was found the driver did not have or could produce valid Insurance Coverage for the unit.

The female was released with Mandatory court date in Danville. Knuth’s towed the unit.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/19/2022

Violation of Order of Protection H22-4060 2022-8169

Time: 7:33PM

Location: 714 S 6th Ave

Arrested: Cody A Corriveau (26)(M) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD officers were dispatched to the above location for a report of a possible domestic disturbance. A computer search showed there to be an active Order or Protection. Mr. Corriveau was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported to PSB.


 The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Office announced late Thursday evening that the search for a fugitive in Gilman is over.

Sergeant Eric Starkey said Joel Smith was arrested just after 11 p.m. on Thursday, ending a search that lasted 36 hours and involved over 75 members of law enforcement.

The search started at 11 a.m. on Wednesday when law enforcement was informed of a sexual assault that happened aboard an Amtrak train that was stopped at Gilman’s train station. Authorities learned the victim was a juvenile girl and identified Smith as the suspect. He had run away from the station by the time they arrived and the authorities launched a manhunt in the area.

After being on the run for almost a day, Smith was seen by two employees at K&H Truck Plaza when he walked into the store and bought a drink. Starkey said surveillance footage confirmed Smith was indeed there, but the employees lost sight of him after he left.

As law enforcement renewed and increased their efforts to find Smith following this sighting, a warrant for his arrest was issued and he was formally charged with criminal sexual assault.

Upon his arrest late Thursday evening, Smith was taken to the Iroquois County Jail. His bond was set at $2 million.

The search for Smith involved Sheriff’s deputies from Iroquois, Vermilion and Kankakee Counties, Illinois State Troopers, and members of the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force. Starkey thanked several companies that aided in the search, inclduing Eastern Illini Electric Co-op, Gilman Fertilizer, Nutrien Ag and FS, as well as the businesses and people who provided law enforcement food and water throughout the search.


Hoopeston Police Report 9/16/2022

Stop Arm Violation (School Bus), Uninsured Vehicle H22-4022

Time: 3:49 pm

Location: 600 block W Main St at John Greer School Zone.

Cited: Ostrowski, Kaylie L (F) (20) of Rantoul IL

Details: While on school patrol detail, Officer observed the cited person pass a school that had students that were dis-embarking. Officer initiated a traffic stop on the unit, and cited them for the violation.




Found Item

Location: W Maple St/S 8th Ave

Details: A visa debit card was found in the above area. Owner may come to the station to ID and claim.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/14/2022

Warrant Arrest H22-4003 2022-8021

Time: 12:56pm

Location: South Market/ E Maple

Arrested: James A Brayboy (M) (24) of Hoopeston

Details: A HPD officer was dispatched to the above location for a report of a fight. A computer search showed Mr. Brayboy to have an active warrant in VC. Mr. Brayboy was arrested and transported to HPD for processing and later transported by a VC Deputy to the PSB.

21 year old Vermilion county resident dies in car crash

The Vermilion County Coroner’s Office has released the name of the victim in Monday’s late morning crash, at State Route 1 and 980 North Road in Westville, which closed Route 1 for much of the day.  The victim has been identified as Madison R. Baker, 21 of Georgetown. 

This accident is still under investigation by the Illinois State Police and the Vermilion County Coroner’s Office.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/13/22

Fire Call

Time: 9:59pm

Location: 300 blk E Seminary

Details: HFD was called in reference to a CO2 alarm going off inside a residence. Ameren was

also dispatched and fire department cleared scene.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/12/2022

No Valid Driver’s License, Operating Uninsured Vehicle, Illegal Transportation of Alcohol

Time: 4:32pm H22-3946

Location: S 6th St/E Orange

Arrested: Adonias Bamaca-DeLeon (34) (M) of Ambia, IN

Details: HPD officers stopped the vehicle Mr. Bamaca-DeLeon was driving for a traffic violation.

A computer check revealed the subject didn’t have a valid driver’s license. He was

arrested and taken to HPD to be processed. He was later released with 3 traffic citations

and traffic court date.



Warrant Arrest H22-3968

Time: 7:04pm

Location: 600 blk W Elm St

Arrested: Carrie Arce (F) (43) of Hoopeston

Details: While on patrol, HPD officers located Ms. Arce knowing she had an outstanding Vermilion

County warrant. The warrant was confirmed through dispatch, and she was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed. She was released after posting bond and given a new court date.

Iroquois Memorial Hospital Holds "Know Your Numbers" Lab Fair September 19-24, 2022

 There's something invigorating about the Fall season…the foliage exhibits its colorful splendor, the air becomes crisp, and the anticipation of a new year begins. IMH would like to help everyone improve their health and wellbeing, and what better way to revive your 2022 wellness goals by participating in our upcoming IMH "Know Your Numbers" Lab Fair, Monday, September 19th through Saturday, September 24th from 7:00 to 10:00 am. The IMH “Know Your Numbers” Lab Fair offers a blood panel with health screenings for a nominal fee. This blood panel and health screenings consists of a Lipid Panel (cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL), complete blood count with automated differential, and a comprehensive chemistry panel which includes: ALT, AST, albumin, alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin, calcium, chloride, creatinine, glucose (blood sugar), sodium, potassium, total protein, and urea nitrogen. Additional screenings are also available at an extra cost. Additional screenings include: Ferritin, thyroid profile, PSA screenings, glycohemoglobin, vitamin D and hepatitis C. “Iroquois Memorial Hospital is taking the necessary precautions to keep our patients safe as the health and wellness of our patients are our top priority,” says Jacquie Scurlock, BS MLT (ASCP) IMH Laboratory Director. ”The Know Your Numbers Lab Fair is a way to help keep you well and knowledgeable about your health at a discounted rate.” WE MAKE IT EASY 1. Patients simply come to the hospital to register the day of the event 2. No physician order is required 3. Test results will be mailed to the patient in an easy to understand report and faxed to their healthcare provider of choice. If they do not have a primary care provider, we will help them find one. 4. Payments of cash or check are accepted. No insurance claims are filed. If you plan on getting the blood panel, it is recommended to fast for 10 to 12 hours before the visit for the most accurate results. For more information, please call Mary Kay Lavicka, Outreach Director, at 815.432.7960 or email

Rankin man charged with attempted murder in McKinley Park shooting

A man was charged with attempted murder in a February shooting that wounded a woman in the McKinley Park neighborhood.

Adam Lujano, 39, is accused of opening fire on a woman who was driving black sedan on Feb. 15 in the 3500 block of South Ashland Avenue, police said.

The driver was grazed by gunfire and lost control of her car, striking a light post, police said. 

She was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where she was listed in good condition. Another man who was in the car was not injured.


Lujano, of Rankin, Illinois, was arrested Wednesday in the 2600 block of South California Avenue, police said.

Court information for Lujano was not immediately available.


Iroquois county police news

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Samatha Hartman, 40, and Benjamin Hartman, 37, both of Rankin, Sept. 1. According to police reports, both were charged with credit card fraud and theft under $500. Both were taken to the Iroquois County Jail where they posted the required bond and were released.


Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Jaclyn L. Redmon, 31, of Piper City Sept. 3. According to police reports, Redmond was charged with domestic batter and endangering the life and health of a child. Redmon was taken to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.


On Sept. 3 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police received an anonymous tip that another Snapchat underage drinking parking was occurring at a residence located at 1420 E 1000 N Road in Milford. Deputies patrolling the area conducted several traffic stops for Illinois vehicle code violations. Several arrest were made during the stops for illegal consumption/possession of alcohol by minors. In addition to local minors there were individuals from more than 30 miles away attending the party. Police also investigated a leaving the scene accident that occurred near this residence. The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Department will continue to strictly enforce the Illinois Vehicle Code and Illinois Criminal Code to control these gatherings.


On Sept. 3 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Clay D. Dorsey, 20, of Watseka. According to police reports, Dorsey was charged with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. Dorsey was transported to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond and was released.


On Sept. 3 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Lorenzo A. Arce, 20, of Hoopeston. According to police reports, Are was charged with possession of alcohol by a minor. Are was taken to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond and was released.


On Sept. 4 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Lani M. Bronkala, 19, of Momence. According to police reports, Bronkala was charged with obstructing justice. Bronkala was transported to the Iroquois County Jail where she posted the required bond and was released.




Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a two-vehicle accident on South Crescent Street in Gilman Sept. 1. According to police reports a vehicle driven y Jessica S. Rust, 31, of Gilman was northbound on Crescent Street when she began to make a westbound turn into a private drive. Rust failed to nonie a southbound vehicle driven by Meadow A. McCoy, 19, of Gilman. McCoy struck the rear of the Rust’s vehicle as she was turning into the private drive. Both vehicles sustained more than $!,500 in damage. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.


On Sept. 2 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a single-vehicle car versus deer accident on County Road 3100 North near 2475 East. According to police reports, a vehicle driven by Jordan D. Lareau, 32, of Beaverville, was traveling west on County Road 3100 North when a deer entered the roadway. Lareau was unable to avoid the deer and struck it causing more than $1,500 in damage. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.




Clifton Police arrested Amy N. Taylor, 30, of Ashkum, Sept. 3. According to police reports, Taylor was charged with domestic battery. Taylor was taken to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.




Milford Police arrested Danyel L. Fader, 42, of Milford Sept. 4. According to police reports, Fader was charged with domestic battery. Fader was taken to the Iroquois County Jail where she posted the required bond and was released.

Hoopeston Multi Agency To host senior dance

Hoopeston Multi Agency will host their senior dance on Saturday, September 10, 2022.  Lee's Famous Recipe will be catering and Lx4 Ultimate Sounds will be the music for the evening. The meal will be at 5:00 and the Dance will be from 6-8! Tickets are $8.00 a person - call 217-283-5544 today to reserve a seat! 

Hoopeston Police Report 9/7/2022

Fire Call

Time: 5:43 pm

Location: 800 S 5th Street Hoopeston

Details: HFD, HPD, Arrow were all sent for a microwave on fire in the residence.

No fire damage or injuries.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/6/22


Date of Incident: Saturday September 3, 2022

Time of Report: 12:12 pm

Unit 2: 2020 GMC Denali owned by Layton Seggebruch of Onarga (Parked)

Details: At the above time and date, HPD was requested to investigate a hit and run accident.

Unit 1 information is unknown at this time. Unit 2 sustained damage to the driver’s side front fender.

Unit 2 is insured, no report of injuries. Unit 1 is being sought at this time

Hoopeston Police Report 9/4/2022

Criminal Damage to Auto H22-3835

Time: 1:19am

Location: 300 blk S 2nd Av

Complainant: 49 year old Hoopeston male

Details: While on patrol, HPD officers found a broken window to a vehicle. An investigation



Burglary to Auto H22-3836

Time: 2:08am

Location: 700 blk E Young Av

Complainant: 42 year old Hoopeston female

Details: HPD officers were dispatched to the area for the report of a burglary. Unknown subject

got into the complainant’s vehicle and stole a Bluetooth device. An investigation



Sexual Predator within a Public Park (2nd Offense) H22-3845 2022-7713

Time: 2:12PM

Location: 1 McFerren Way (McFerren Park)

Arrested: Michael L Tuel (35) (M) of Danville

Details: HPD Officers responded out to the above for a report of a registered offender inside the

park. Mr. Tuel was located and transported to HPD for processing and later transported to

PSB to await arraignment.


Battery H22-3849

Time: 6:35pm

Location: McFerren Park

Complainant: 13 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested: 15 year old Hoopeston male

Details: HPD officers and Auxiliary were called to McFerren Park for the report of a battery.

After an investigation, the juvenile was arrested and taken to HPD to be processed. He

was later released to a parent.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/3/2022

Fire Call

Time: 12:35 pm

Location: 715 W Elm St Plaza Commons

Details: Resident called and advised they just returned home and the detector was going off. HFD responded to check out the unit.



Retail Theft H22-3820

Time: 11:49 AM

Location: 415 S Dixie Hwy, Dollar General Store Hoopeston

Arrest: Davis, Jeffrey A (M) (54) of Hoopeston

Details: HPD was summoned to the store for a male subject who had stuffed meat in the purse of the female that was with him. Officer arrived confronted them, Male admitted to the theft. Male was transported to HPD processed and released on NTA for Hoopeston Court for theft.



Violation of Bail Bond H22-3823 2022-7690

Time: 5:05pm

Location: Hoopeston Police Department

Arrested: 16 year old Hoopeston male

Details: The juvenile was brought to HPD by his mother due to a violation of bail bond. He was processed and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center in Danville.



Warrant Arrest H22-3825

Time: 6:00pm

Location: Hoopeston Police Department

Arrested: Zack Curry (M) (21) of Hoopeston

Details: Mr. Curry turned himself into HPD on a Vermilion County warrant. He was arrested, processed and released with a new court date.


Battery, Criminal Damage to Property H22-3831

Time: 10:31pm

Location: McFerren Park

Complainant: 12 year old Hoopeston male

Arrested: 11 year old Hoopeston male

Details: HPD and Auxiliary officers were called to the area in refence to a battery. The 11 year old

juvenile was taken to HPD to be processed. He was later released to a parent.

Hoopeston Police Report 9/2/2022

Burglary to Auto H22-3808 Time: 2:51am Location: 500 blk E Young Av Complainant: 57-year-old Hoopeston male Details: Complainant advised that an unknown person stole a bag out of his car. An investigation continues.



Agg Battery to Peace Officers (2 Counts) Obstructing/Resisting Peace Officers, Threatening Public Officials. H22-3806 2022-7626 Time: 01:14 AM Location: 100 W Maple St @ S 1st Av Hoopeston Arrestee: Roberts, Cary F (M) (43) of Watseka Area Details: At the above time, Officers responded to report of a male down in the yard of a residence in the area. Once the male was awakened, and assisted to his feet, the male became verbally abusive, refused to cooperate in anyway. Once he arrived at HPD booking area he became physically and verbally abusive, kicking and resisting officers’ attempts to place him in a cell. He was later transported to the PSB. 

Paxton Police arrest 11 child predators in sting

The Paxton Police Department has now brought 11 suspected child predators out from behind their screens through a new operation. They’re calling it an undercover sting. 

So far, the Paxton Police Department has arrested 11 men. Nine are from Central Illinois:

  • Ruben Aguilera-Santoyo, 34, of Onarga
  • Kenneth Burklow Jr., 37, of New Lenox
  • Richard Durbin, 41, of Rantoul
  • Danny Dutton, 62, of Vandalia
  • Joshua Heisler, 30, of Paxton
  • Matthew Hickerson, 34, of Buckley
  • Andy Leppard, 42, of Milford
  • Roel Lopez, 41, of Arcola
  • Donald O’Toole, 37, of Danville
  • Robert Schaub, 25, of Gibson City
  • Cody Zoller, 34, of Urbana

Through the sting, an officer poses online as a teenager to lure the child predators to a Paxton motel.


Paxton Police said this is all ongoing, with more warrants to arrest three more expected soon.

Coy Cornett, Paxton’s Police Chief, said they also hope to add more technology to this project in the future. A cell phone and laptop computer could be used if they start to work closely with the FBI. If they do, the result of the operation may be charged in federal court instead of the state. 


– Illinois State Police (ISP) District 10 Interim Commander, Acting Captain Bryan Pruitt, announces the results of Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols (OREP) held in Vermilion County during August. These OREPs provided extra patrol coverage for the ISP so officers could focus on saving lives by making sure all vehicle occupants were buckled up.


Violations Enforcement Activity

Safety Belt Citations 31

Child Restraint Citations 0

Total Citations 36

Total Written Warnings 5


Most motorists know safety belts save lives, but some ignore their safety and that of their families by neglecting to use safety belts and child restraint devices. These patrols reinforce the occupant protection message by focusing on those who ignore the law. Lives can be saved if people simply “buckle up!” This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.


2024-02 | 2024-01 | 2023-12 | 2023-11 | 2023-10 | 2023-09 | 2023-08 | 2023-07 | 2023-06 | 2023-05 | 2023-04 | 2023-03 | 2023-02 | 2023-01 | 2022-12 | 2022-11 | 2022-10 | 2022-09 | 2022-08 | 2022-07 | 2022-06 | 2022-05 | 2022-04 | 2022-03 | 2022-02 | 2022-01 | 2021-12 | 2021-11 | 2021-10 | 2021-09 | 2021-08 | 2021-07 | 2021-06 | 2021-05 | 2021-04 | 2021-03 | 2021-02 | 2021-01 | 2020-12 | 2020-11 | 2020-10 | 2020-09 | 2020-08 | 2020-07 | 2020-06 | 2020-05 | 2020-04 | 2020-03 | 2020-02 | 2020-01 | 2019-12 | 2019-11 | 2019-10 | 2019-09 | 2019-08 | 2019-07 | 2019-06 | 2019-05 | 2019-04 | 2019-03 | 2019-02 | 2019-01 | 2018-12 | 2018-11 | 2018-10 | 2018-09 | 2018-08 | 2018-07 | 2018-06 | 2018-05 | 2018-04 | 2018-03 | 2018-02 | 2018-01 | 2017-12 | 2017-11 | 2017-10 | 2017-09 | 2017-08 | 2017-07 | 2017-06 | 2017-05 | 2017-04 | 2017-03

On Air Now

Jamie Mowrey
Jamie Mowrey
10:00am - 2:00pm
Jamie Mowrey

Listen on Alexa