Iroquois County Sheriff's Office police blotter (Dec. 12, 2012)

WATSEKA — The Iroquois County Sheriff’s Office released the following list of recent activity:

— Travis H. Creveling, 20, of Buckley, was arrested Dec. 8 on a warrant for violation of an order of protection.

— Joshua A. Cravero, 23, of Milford, was arrested Dec. 9 for criminal sexual abuse.

—James E. Parks, 43, of St. Anne, was arrested Dec. 7 on a warrant for failure to appear in court on a charge of domestic battery.

— Robert R. Burke, 41, of Bloomingdale, was transferred from the Cook County Jail to the Iroquois County Jail on Dec. 10. Burke was wanted on a warrant for escape.

— Joseph P. Wild, 55, of Buckley, was ticketed for improper backing following a two-vehicle accident Dec. 8 in the 100 block of West Lincoln Street in Buckley. The accident occurred when Wild’s vehicle was backing from a parking space and struck a parked vehicle owned by Molly Sinn of Paxton. No injuries were reported. Sinn’s vehicle received more than $1,500 in damage.

— No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued following a vehicle-versus-deer accident Dec. 10 west of Milford. The accident occurred when Jose L. Cintora, 40, of Milford, was driving east on County Road 1200 North, about a quarter-mile east of County Road 1900 East, and a deer entered the road.
Cintora was unable to avoid striking the deer, which caused more than $1,500 in damage to his vehicle.

— No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued following a vehicle-versus-deer accident north of Watseka on Dec. 10. The accident occurred when Amanda L. Tatro, 29, of Bourbonnais, was driving north on County Road 2200 East, about a quarter-mile north of County Road 1900 North, and a deer entered the road. Tatro was unable to avoid striking the deer with her vehicle. Tatro’s vehicle sustained more than $500 in dammage, police said.

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