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Name, age, address; date, charge; sentence

(Week ending 1-16-04)

  • Holly J. Beck, 18, 925 S. Kickapoo; 7-19-03, unlawful consumption of alcohol; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, $250 fine plus court costs, victim impact panel

  • Shenna O. Bohn, 18, 511 S. Spring, Mount Pulaski; 8-31-03, unlawful consumption of alcohol; pleaded guilty, six months conditional discharge, $250 fine plus court costs

  • Robert E. Dale, 20, 1389 1300th, 9-9-03, theft under $300; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, 30 days Logan County Jail day-for-day

  • George R. Givan, 20, 1332 2000th; unlawful consumption of alcohol; found guilty, $300 fine plus court costs

  • Damien P. Harris, 20, 804 Royal Heights, Belleville; 11-20-03, count I -- unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, count II -- aggravated fleeing or attempt to elude a peace officer; pleaded guilty, 30 months probation, 180 days Logan County Jail

  • Loyal E. Lawrence, 60, 1500 Tremont, No. 26; 11-21-02 through 11-27-02, deceptive practice, pleaded guilty, two years Department of Corrections, $255 restitution

  • Loyal E. Lawrence, 60, 1500 Tremont, No. 26; 11-9-02, driving under the influence, driving while driver license revoked, Class X; pleaded guilty, eight years Department of Corrections

  • Violet M. Ramsey, 21, 1018 Delavan St., No. 4; 11-16-03, obstructing a peace officer; pleaded guilty, 12 months court supervision, $250 fine plus court costs

  • Aaron A. Rodanhister, 122 S. Washington, Mount Pulaski; 6-23-03, unlawful production of cannabis sativis plant; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, $500 fine plus court costs, $100 lab fee, $20 street-value fine

  • Jonathan A. Vogel, 19, 24 Harbor Point, Bloomington; 11-1-03, unlawful consumption of alcohol; pleaded guilty, six months court supervision, $250 fine plus court costs

  • Nicole R. Worthington, 21, 21171 1500N, Havana; 12-7-03, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; pleaded guilty, $75 fine plus court costs

  • Male, 17, 2000 block of Mockingbird Lane, Bloomington; 9-26-03, 9-27-03, unlawful consumption of alcohol; pleaded guilty, 12 months conditional discharge, $400 fine plus court costs

Marriage Licenses

(Week ending 1-16-04)

  • Steven R. Kindred, Lincoln
    JoAnne M. Dambacher, Lincoln

  • Travis W. Dinger, Lincoln
    Lisa J. Gibson, Lincoln

Dissolutions

(Week ending 1-16-04)

  • Wayne A. Redenbaugh, Lincoln
    Angela S. Redenbaugh, Lincoln

  • Edwin D. Seggelke, Lincoln
    Deborah A. Seggelke, Lincoln

  • Jeremiah V. Charron, Lincoln
    Leanne Charron, Bloomington

  • Charles W. Jordan, Lincoln
    Debra K. Jordan, Lincoln

  • Dustin S. Schaub, Lincoln
    Mamie A. Schaub, Lincoln

  • Jack A. Sampson, Lincoln
    Goldie M. Sampson, Lincoln

  • Brian K. Huff, Lincoln
    Casie J. Huff, Lincoln

Most Wanted

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On Nov. 27, 2003, a burglary of a residence took place at 616 Short 11th St. in Lincoln. Unknown person(s) entered the residence by breaking a window.  Taken in the burglary were several pieces of electronic equipment, clothing and jewelry.  The items taken from the residence totaled approximately $9000. The unknown person(s) ransacked the residence.

Anyone with information concerning crimes in the Lincoln/Logan County area is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (217) 732-3000 or e-mail crimestoppers@lincolnpolice.us.

Your information will be kept confidential and you may remain anonymous.

If your information leads to the arrest of the person or people involved, Crime Stoppers will pay you a cash reward up to $1,000.

Crime Stoppers has an answering machine to answer your calls. This is to protect you if you wish to remain anonymous. (Your calls cannot be traced with the machine).

You need to let us know how you can be contacted about the incident, or you must watch to see if the subject has been arrested. This is so we can make a payout to you.

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