Effingham County Jail
March 19, 2018
- 31 year old, Aaron P Broadnax, of Effingham was arrested by the Effingham County Sheriff’s Department on an Effingham County mittimus sentence of 48 hours.
- 40 year old, Kathleen A Finton, of Mattoon was arrested by the Effingham County Sheriff’s Department on an Effingham County failure to appear warrant for possession of less than 2.5 grams of cannabis.
- 34 year old, Derek J Baker, of Altamont was arrested by the Effingham Police Department for driving while license is suspended, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and a Fayette County failure to appear warrant attachment for contempt. Baker posted $350.
- 36 year old, Christopher J Beck, of Watson was arrested by the Effingham County Sheriff’s Department for driving while license is revoked, civil possession of cannabis, and civil possession of drug paraphernalia. Beck posted $150.
Effingham Police Department
March 9, 2018
- At 1:08pm at the intersection of Keller and Damron, a vehicle driven by 69 year old, Mary A Rothe, of San Juan Capo, rear-ended a vehicle driven by 53 year old, Sheryl A Brinson, of Willow Hill. No injuries were reported.
March 11, 2018
- At 12:30pm at 908 Keller, an unknown vehicle struck a parked vehicle owned by Logan Ellington, of Effingham. No injuries or citations were reported at this time.
March 14, 2018
- At 5:55pm at 1006 N Keller, a semi driven by 65 year old, Jesus Alonzo, of Alamo, Texas struck and damaged a light pole owned by Sears/Kmart. No injuries or citations were reported.
March 15, 2018
- At 4:14pm east of the intersection of Keller and Thelma Keller, a vehicle driven by 67 year old, Joan C Buerster, of Newton struck a vehicle driven by 22 year old, Kaleb D Hankins, of Altamont. Buerster sustained injuries but refused treatment. Buerster was ticketed for failure to yield.
March 18, 2018
- At 5:22am at 1701 W Evergreen, an unknown vehicle struck a parked semi owned by Ozark Motorlines, of Memphis, Tennessee. No injuries or citations were reported at this time.
All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty in the court of law.