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[October 28, 2008] 

Lincoln Police Department reports for Tuesday, Oct. 28

Vehicle damage on Oct. 28 at 12:07 a.m.; Lincoln Parkway 500 feet west of Jefferson Street

--Kristina E. Logan, female, 19, of Lincoln; 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse

Logan was traveling westbound on Lincoln Parkway, approaching Jefferson Street. She struck a deer that was in the roadway, causing damage to the front driver's-side quarter panel and front bumper.


Accident on Oct. 27 at 8:33 a.m.; intersection of Woodlawn Road and Connolley Road

--Troy L. Heald, male, 41, of Johnson Creek, Wis.; 2008 Volvo semi

Heald said he missed his turn and attempted to turn around on Woodlawn Road at Connolley Road. He said that as he was turning to the west, his tractor-trailer hit a set of three traffic lights, causing damage. There was no damage to Heald's vehicle.


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Logan County Sheriff's Department reports for Tuesday, Oct. 28

  • Washington, Roosevelt E., 48-year-old male, Bloomington; arrested Oct. 27 at Peoria County Jail; failure to appear -- driving under the influence with license revoked, Class 4; $13,000 bond, 10 percent; out-of-county warrants: McLean County -- $1,000 bond, 10 percent; Warren County -- $3,000 bond, 10 percent


Drug Suppression Unit report for Tuesday,  Oct. 28

  • Trotter, Michael L., 20-year-old male, Lincoln; arrested Oct. 27 at Third and Walnut streets; Class 4 -- unlawful sale of firearm, Class 4 -- possession of a controlled substance, Class A -- unlawful possession of a firearm without requisite identification, Class 4 -- reckless discharge of a firearm, Class 4 -- reckless discharge of firearm, Class 4 -- aggravated unlawful use of weapon


The public is reminded that anyone is presumed innocent until charges are proven in a court of law.



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