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[March 09, 2009] 

Lincoln Police Department reports for Monday, March 9

Vehicle damage on March 6 at 11:59 p.m.; 171 Centennial Court, 68 feet south of Lincoln Avenue

--Dorothea Gresham, female, 70, of Lincoln; 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt

Gresham said she parked her vehicle in the parking space in front of her residence on the afternoon of March 6. She found the damage the morning of March 7. It appears that an unknown vehicle backed into the rear of Greshamís vehicle and left the scene.


  • Ferreira, Kelly A., 46-year-old female, Lincoln; arrested March 7 at her residence; aggravated driving under the influence, leaving the scene; $10,000 bond, 10 percent

  • Jones, Amanda C., 24-year-old female, Lincoln; arrested March 6 at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital; no driverís license



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Logan County Sheriff's Department reports for Monday, March 9

  • Heath, Scott A., 30-year-old male, Mount Pulaski; arrested March 8 in the driveway of his residence; Class A -- driving under the influence; $3,000, 10 percent; Class A -- driving under the influence over .08; $3,000, 10 percent

  • Routson, Jason L., 22-year-old male, Lincoln; arrested March 8 on Route 10 at 700th Avenue; Class A misdemeanor -- driving while license suspended; $100 bond

  • Smith, Laura L., 19-year-old female, Lincoln; arrested March 7 at her residence; failure to appear -- driving under the influence of drugs; $3,000, 10 percent; failure to appear -- possession of cannabis under 2.5 grams; $3,000, 10 percent

  • Thorne, Ronald E., 24-year-old male, Mechanicsburg; arrested March 7 at the safety complex; failure to appear; $2,500, 10 percent to apply; unlawful failure to register as a sex offender; $25,000, 10 percent


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



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