Schuyler Co Sheriff Report, March 3-9, 2020

Schuyler Co Sheriff Bill Redshaw reports the following action in Schuyler Co for the week of March 3-March 9

March 3
Katie Camacho-Quintero of Peoria was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone

March 4
A juvenile was driving a 2014 Ford Edge and struck a deer on Camden Rd near Ryan Branch Rd.

Dawn Dunn of Mt. Sterling was driving a 2018 Chevrolet Suburban and struck a deer on Avery Rd near the Schuyler Line

Dawn Walton of Beardstown was arrested on a Cass Warrant in the amount of $1500 cash and a

Schuyler Co Warrant in the amount of $20,000. Walton remains lodged in the Schuyler Co Jail

March 5
Lantz Sherwood of Canton, MO was cited for Speeding 76mph in a 55mph zone

Karen Gilson of Browning was driving a 2015 Buick Regal struck a deer on Adams Rd near Pleasant View Rd

Schuyler Co Deputies assisted at a structure fire on Pine Grove Rd

On March 6
Adam Blackwell of Beardstown was cited for Operating an Uninsured Vehicle

Calla Bennett of Browning was arrested on a Morgan Co Warrant in the amount of $3500, Bennett remains lodged in the Schuyler Co Jail

On March 7
Jeffrey Lord of Normal was cited for Speeding 80mph in a 55mph zone

Johnsly Litus of Quincy was cited for Speeding 70mph in a 55mph zone

Schuyler Co Deputies assisted at a brush fire on Hell Ridge Rd

March 8
Austin Rhoades of Mt. Sterling was cited for Transportation of Alcohol & Possession of Cannabis

Nathaniel Oest of Beardstown was cited for Leaving the Scene of an Accident & Failure to Report an Accident

March 9
Rodge Heaton of Vermont was driving a 2005 Ford Truck when he lost control and struck a utility pole on Vermont Rd.

Schuyler Co Deputies assisted at a grass fire on Downs Lane
6 Verbal Warnings
Assisted other agencies on 6 occasions
3 Motorist Assist
1 Animal complaint was reported and handled
Schuyler Co Jail housed a daily inmate average of 13
48 Business and personal property checks were conducted
16 Summons served
3 Warrants were executed

We would like to remind the high school students the Sheriff’s Scholarship is due March 15th, we award a $500 scholarship, please come to the Sheriff’s Office to pick up the application or to the Rushville-Industry High School office.

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

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