Schuyler County Sheriff’s Report. March 10-17

Schuyler Co Sheriff Bill Redshaw reports the following activity in Schuyler Co for the week of Mar 10-Mar17

On 3/10
Alyssa Evertsen of St Charles was cited for Speeding 73mph in a 55mph zone

On 3/11
Jade Lafferty of Burlington, IA was cited for Operating an Uninsured Vehicle & Speeding 65mph in a 55mph zone
Tiffany Radcliffe of Quincy was cited for Speeding 73mph in a 55mph zone

On 3/12
Ronald Stambaugh of Macomb was cited for Improper Lane Usage & Driving While Licenses Suspended

On 3/13
Brody Johnson of Burlington, IA was cited for Illegal Transportation of Alcohol
Courtney Neavear of Macomb was cited for Speeding 73mph in a 55mph zone
Daisy Sandoval of Beardstown was cited for Speeding 75mph in a 55mph zone
Johnathan Treadway of Chandlerville was arrested on a Schuyler Co Warrant with a bond amount of $200 cash, Treadway posted bond and was released

On 3/15
Donna Tournear of Vermont was cited for 71mph in a 55mph zone
Deavon Puck of Jacksonville was cited for No Valid Registration
Debra Sanchez of Beardstown was arrested on a Schuyler Co Warrant with a bond amount of $550 cash, Sanchez posted bond and was released

On 3/16
Gregory Runkle of Littleton was cited for Criminal Damage to Property over Specified Value
Andres Aguilar of Haines City, FL was cited for Speeding 79mph in a 55mph zone
Tracy Stambaugh of Augusta was cited for Speeding 70mph in a 55mph zone
Katia Camacho of Peoria was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone

10 Verbal Warnings
Assisted other Agencies on 6 occasions
2 Motorist Assist
2 Warrants were executed
1 Summons was served
1 Stalking/No Contact Order was served
Schuyler Co Jail housed a daily inmate average of 13
48 Business and Personal Property checks were conducted
Schuyler Co Deputies patrolled 4213 miles

We are staying up to date on the current COVID-19 situation. Please stay home as much as possible and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer when washing your hands is not possible. As of right now we have suspended all visitors for inmates, we will allow visits once we are certain no one is at risk.

All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law

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