Iroquois County Sheriff's Office police blotter (Jan. 21, 2013)

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

Arrests
— Tabitha D. Breeden, 23, of Loda, was arrested Jan. 13 on a Ford County warrant for failure to appear in court on a charge of battery.

— Nathan M. Walwer, 29, turned himself in at the county jail on Jan. 19. Walwer was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for home invasion.

— Ethan C. Johnson, 23, of Crescent City, was arrested by Gilman police on Jan. 19. Johnson was wanted on an Iroquois County writ of body attachment for failure to appear in court for a traffic offense.

— Jose A. Diaz, 24, of Onarga, was arrested by Onarga police on Jan. 19 on an Iroquois County warrant charging him with three counts of criminal damage to property.

— William E. Jarvis, 20, of Chebanse, was arrested Jan. 14 on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear in court for resisting a peace officer.

— Jason D. Blackburn, 31, of Watseka, was arrested Jan. 14 for battery and criminal damage to property.

— Brandon J. Wood, 28, of Beaverville, was arrested Jan. 14 on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear in court for battery.

— Dion Chenier, 18, of Onarga, was arrested Jan. 14 for nine counts of aggravated battery following an altercation with staff members at the Onarga Academy.

Traffic accidents
— No injuries were reported and no tickets were issued following a single-vehicle accident near Thawville on Jan. 18. The accident occurred on County Road 1200 North, near 000 East, when Scott A. Dietz, 24, of Gilman, was driving east on 1200 North and his vehicle left the road. The vehicle entered a ditch before striking a culvert. Damages were estimated at more than $1,500.

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