Police Beat – Jacksonville Journal Courier

Tractor-trailer strikes police cars during stop A Hannibal, Missouri, truck driver was cited after police said his vehicle sideswiped two police cars during a traffic stop on Interstate 72 on Saturday. According to an Illinois State Police report, a Pike County sheriff’s deputy and a state trooper pulled over a pickup truck because of a traffic violation about 3 p.m.

A tractor-trailer truck being driven by Olin L. Rabe, 76, of Hannibal was going east and did not change lanes, according to police. The tractor-trailer truck sideswiped both police vehicles.

The sheriff’s deputy was outside of his vehicle talking to the pickup truck driver through the passenger-side door and the state trooper was inside his vehicle at the time. Neither was injured. Rabe was cited on charges of failure to yield to an emergency vehicle and improper lane use.

— Morgan County Jacksonville Police

ARRESTS, CITATIONS o Conor J. Stremlau, 20, of 1820 Mound Road was booked into the Morgan County Jail at 12:13 a.m.

Saturday on charges of resisting a peace officer and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. o Gabriel L. Hendrickson, 37, of 153 W. Elm St. was booked into the Morgan County Jail at 7:01 a.m.

Saturday on charges of obstructing identification, resisting a peace officer, disorderly conduct, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and not having his license on his person. o Demaro L. Brownlee, 18, of 2257 S.

10th St., Springfield, was booked into the Morgan County Jail at 10:13 a.m. Saturday on charges of burglary and possession of a controlled substance.

o A 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old boy were arrested on charges of criminal trespass to a vehicle after police said they broke into a vehicle on Morningside Drive about 6 a.m. Saturday. The 13-year-old was also charged with resisting a peace officer after police said he ran when police arrived.

— Cass County Sheriff

ARRESTS, CITATIONS o Dartanyon W. Smith, 18, of 1410 W.

Reynolds St., Springfield, was booked into the Morgan County Jail at 3:15 a.m.

Saturday on a domestic battery charge.

Compiled by Samantha McDaniel-Ogletree and David C.L.

Bauer

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