On June 21, around 8 p.m., officers took a theft report from a 22-year old Windsor woman. This woman had been living with her boyfriend in the 400 block of W. S. 1st Street in Shelbyville. She broke up with her boyfriend and left some of her belongings behind when she moved out. The woman maintains that the boyfriend gave her belongings to his new girlfriend and this woman is now seeking charges to be filed. The case was forwarded to the State’s Attorney’s Office for their review.

On Friday, June 23, around 10:30 p.m., officers answered a domestic trouble call in the 500 block of W. N. 6th Street. According to witnesses, there was an altercation between a mother and 18-year old daughter. The officers separated the combatants, took statements, and interviewed the witnesses. The matter is being forwarded to the State’s Attorney and charges are being sought against both parties.

On Friday, June 23, at 10:45 p.m., officers were dispatched to 1900 W. S. 2nd Street for another domestic call. This was a loud argument between a 23-year old boyfriend and a 25-year old girlfriend. The officers calmed the situation down and separated the two parties. There had been no physical violence and therefore no arrest was required to solve the problem.

On Saturday, June 24, about 3:30 p.m. officers answered a domestic trouble call at 1900 W. S. 2nd Street. This time it was a loud argument between a 22-year old male and his 20-year old wife. As the officer was arriving, the male was trying to leave the trailer. The officer detained him while interviewing witnesses and the two participants. It was determined that no physical violence had occurred and the male was more than willing to leave for the night, which he was allowed to do.

At 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, officers invesigated a reported theft from the KSI Soil Labs on 202 S. Dacey Drive. Sometime Friday night or early Saturday morning, someone kicked in the door on a locked storage shed and stole a 2003 Honda Rancher 4x4 ATV. This vehicle is green in color and has a GPS satellite system on it. If anyone has any information on this theft, contact the police department at 774-2141.

On Saturday, June 24, at approximately 7:45 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 900 block of W. S. 9th Street in reference to a domestic trouble call. Upon their arrival, they spoke with a 20-year old Windsor woman. There had been a loud argument at that location, however the male half had left the scene. There was no physical violence and no complaint was signed.

On Sunday morning, June 25, at 1:10 a.m., officers arrested an 18-year old female from Witt, IL. The officers came into contact with her when she allegedly smashed a beer bottle on the sidewalk in the 200 block of East Main Street in front of them. When the officers approached her, they detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath and she was very belligerent. When she was placed under arrest, she started a struggle with the officer. It was at this time she had to be restrained and placed in handcuffs. She was transported to the detention center for booking. She was charged with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor, intoxicated pedestrian and resisting arrest.

On Saturday, June 24, the police department investigated a traffic accident in the 300 block of South Dacey Drive. There was a minor collision in the International Paper Company parking lot between a 1998 Olds and a 2002 Dodge Durango. There were no injuries; however, there was over $500 in damages.

At 10 p.m. June 24 there was a hit and run accident reported in the Johnstown Mall parking lot. A 1997 GMC Sonoma was struck while unoccupied in the lot. The offending vehicle then left the scene without stopping to notify the Sonoma’s owner. The law requires that if the vehicle struck is unoccupied, a note with contact information must be left on the injured vehicle’s windshield.

On June 25 at 1:35 p.m., there was an accident in the parking lot of the Pizza Hut. A parked, 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo was backed into by a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix. There were no injuries and less than $500 in reported damages.

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