Ford County Sheriff's Office police blotter (Jan. 9, 2013)

PAXTON — The Ford County Sheriff’s Office released the following list of activity for the period of Dec. 9-29:

Complaints reported
— On Dec. 28, a deputy assisted the Illinois State Police with a semi-trailer that had a small fire on its rear axle in rural Sibley.

— On Dec. 28, a deputy assisted Illinois State Police with an accident on Interstate 57.

— On Dec. 27, a rural Sibley resident reported being the victim of credit card fraud.

— On Dec. 24, a deputy assisted Piper City police with the arrest of two persons.

— On Dec. 24, a complaint of loud noise was received in rural Paxton.  

— On Dec. 23, a report of trespassing hunters was received in rural Sibley. The hunters were found to have permission to be on the land.

— On Dec. 23, a burglary was reported at a residence in rural Paxton.   

— On Dec. 23, a deputy responded to a commercial burglar alarm in rural Gibson City. The alarm was due to an employee error.

— On Dec. 22, a deputy stood by at a power pole with an arching transformer on County Road 800 North until Eastern Illini Electric Cooperative workers arrived to repair the problem.

— On Dec. 22, a report of suspicious persons was received in Sibley.

— On Dec. 22, a deputy assisted Piper City police with a report of a prowler.

— On Dec. 22, a deputy assisted the Cabery Fire Department with an ambulance call for a person with severe burns in rural Cabery.

— On Dec. 20, a deputy assisted the Roberts/Melvin Fire Protection District with a residential fire in Guthrie.

— On Dec. 20, a deputy responded to a residential burglar alarm on Illinois 9.

— On Dec. 28, a report of a prowler in Sibley the night before was taken.

— On Dec. 17, a commercial burglar alarm was received in Melvin. The alarm was caused by a malfunction.

— On Dec. 15, a complaint of illegal dumping was received in Dix Township.

— On Dec. 15, a deputy assisted a homeowner in rural Clarence with a wayward pony.

— On Dec. 15, a deputy assisted the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office with a complaint of a reckless driver on Illinois 116.

— On Dec. 14, a report of solicitors in Melvin was received. The pair was checked by a deputy and found not to have the required peddlers’ permit.

— On Dec. 12, a deputy assisted Piper City police with a call in Piper City.

— On Dec. 10, a suspicious vehicle was reported in rural Paxton. The vehicle was located and the subjects checked. They were later released from the scene.

— On Dec. 10, deputies responded to a commercial burglar alarm in rural Paxton.

Traffic accidents
— On Dec. 27, Kristin Kutemeier of Melvin lost control of her vehicle at 1535 E. Illinois 9, about 2 miles west of Paxton. The vehicle left the road and struck a utility pole.

— On Dec. 27, a Rossville juvenile lost control of her vehicle at 2375 E. Illinois 9, about 4 miles east of Paxton. The vehicle left the road and rolled over in a field.

— On Dec. 21, Ryan Snyder of Gibson City struck a whitetail deer at 275 N. Illinois 47, about a mile south of Gibson City. 

— On Dec. 19, Sharon Thompson of Elliott struck a whitetail deer with her vehicle at 1550 E. 500 North Road, about 2 miles west of Paxton.

— On Dec. 10, Clint Miller of Odell lost control of his vehicle on black ice at 1360 N. Illinois 47, just north of Sibley. The vehicle left the road and rolled over in a ditch. No injuries were reported.

Arrests
— On Dec. 19, Mark McCoy of Piper City was arrested on a Ford County warrant.

— On Dec. 17, Donna Bargmann of Piper City was arrested in Paxton for driving under suspension.

— On Dec. 16, Myka Fawbush of Rantoul was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol following a traffic stop in rural Paxton.

— On Dec. 15, Jeffrey Fuqua of Piper City was arrested for improper use of registration following a traffic stop in Piper City.

— On Dec. 12, Terrance Cunningham of Loda was arrested for no valid driver’s license.

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