States Attorney Daniel Bronke, RIGHT, made a donation of $3,147 to the Okawville Police Department, accepted by Okawville Police Chief Steve Millikin, LEFT, to go towards the purchase of three sets of “Stop sticks”, a digital camera and a battery and charger for a handheld LIDAR unit. By Jill Moon States Attorney Daniel
By Jill Moon The Okawville Village Board held its monthly meeting on February 27. The board was pleased to swear in former part-time police officer Evan Ford as a full-time patrolman. They voted at their meeting last month to promote him to full-time. Patrolman Ford’s fiancee Kelsey Hovorka attended the swearing in. Mayor
February 26 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Washington County Ambulance, and Ashley Fire Department responded to Richview for a report of a medical emergency. February 25 Francisco J. Abatos-Hurtado, 35 of Centralia, was arrested by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office for No Valid Driver’s License and Operating Uninsured Motor Vehicle. A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy
February 20 The Nashville Police Department responded to N. Grand Ave. at W. Maple St. for a suspicious vehicle. Officers responded to the 400 block of E. Adams St. for a domestic dispute. Police responded to the 400 block of E. St. Louis St. for an animal complaint. Officers responded to the 300 block of
February 14 The Nashville Police Department observed a white vehicle, driven by Johnna Bergmann, of Oakdale hit a silver vehicle driven by Amy Harris, of Ashley while stopping in traffic on S. Mill St. No injuries were reported. Officers responded to the area of S. Community Ave. in front of Nashville High School for a
February 20 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a report of an animal in the roadway in rural Radom. February 19 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a theft report from a resident of rural Richview, IL. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in rural Nashville, IL for a burglary report.
Washington County Law Enforcement Officers, Farmers and Merchants Bank staff and Triumph Systems personnel stand by the Pivotal Trainer. FROM LEFT, Karianne Schnitker, Dan May and Stephen Greene of F&M Bank; Washington County Sheriff Danny Bradac; Ken Harris and Jared Ogden of Triumph Systems; Nancy Hish and Kim Gill of F&M Bank, Nashville Police Chief