Schuyler Co Sheriff Bill Redshaw reports the following activity in Schuyler Co for the week of Feb 24-Mar 3
On Feb 26 Jeffery Holt of Mt. Vernon was cited for Speeding 70mph in a 55mph zone
Jorge Diaz of Monmouth was cited for Operating an Uninsured Vehicle & Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone
Dillion Umphryes of Meredosia was driving a 2001 Ford F150 and was traveling north on Vermont Rd and lost control due to snow/ice. He slid of the roadway into the ditch and hit an embankment. Umphryes had 3 passengers and all was transported to CMH.
Akpene Akoto of Rushville was driving a 2010 Honda Pilot struck a deer on Rt 67 near Open Arms Rd
Stacey Sitze of Mt. Sterling was arrested on a Schuyler Co Warrant in the amount of $5000 with 10% to apply. Sitze posted bond and was released
On Feb 27 Kenneth Crowe of Macomb was cited for Driving While License Suspended & Speeding 67mph in a 55mph zone
Roger Kirkham of Plymouth was driving a 2007 Chevy Truck and struck a deer on Rt 101 near Huntsville Rd
On Feb 28 Tina Demoss of Rushville was cited for Disobeying a Traffic Control Device. Demoss was driving a 2013 GMC Utility and struck Donald Terrell of Blandinsville at the Camden Junction. Demoss had a passenger and both were taken to CMH.
On Feb 29 Monica Velasquez of Carlinville was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone
Dawry Hernandez of Beardstown was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone
Abhullah Zakiyyah of St. Louis, MO was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone
On Mar 1 Brody Robinson of Beardstown was cited for Speeding 76mph in a 55mph zone
Dustin Williams Johnson of Champaign was cited for Speeding 76mph in a 55mph zone
Sharon Davis of Rushville was driving a 2001 Porsche and struck a deer on Rt 67 near Rt 101 Junction.
12 Verbal Warnings
Assisted other Agencies on 5 occasion’s
1 Animal complaint was reported and handled
45 Business & Personal Property checks were conducted
1 Warrant was executed
2 Summons were served
Schuyler Co Jail housed an average of 13 inmates
Scams are still in full force. We have numerous reports daily. Please do not give any personal information, majority of the companies will not call you for information. Remember if it sounds to good to be true, more than likely it isn’t true.
All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law