Police News 06-20-14

Three Arrested On Valid Warrants After Loud Music Complaint (Canton, IL) -- Three people were arrested earlier this week after Canton police were dispatched to the 900 block of West Locust Street on the report of loud music being played. Police say after arriving at the Siesta Motel on Wednesday morning at about 12:30, an investigation found that 28-year old Carl Weinreich and 29-year old Naomi L. Baker, both of Canton and 25-year old Teaona D. Jone of Marietta were all at the motel and wanted on valid warrants. Weinreich was wanted on a 2012 Fulton County Traffic Warrant for failure to appear pay order driving an uninsured motor vehicle. Jone was wanted on a 2010 Fulton County Warrant for failure to appear pay order DUI and Baker was wanted on a 2009 Fulton County Warrant. All three were arrested and taken to the Canton Police Department to processed on the warrants. Weinreich, Baker and Jones, were all three unable to post bond and later taken to the Fulton County Jail in Lewistown. Pekin Man Charged With Underage Drinking In Canton (Canton, IL) -- A Pekin man is facing charges after being arrested on a city ordinance violation in Canton earlier this month. Police say officers went to the area of East Walnut Street and South 8th Avenue in regard to 2 males that were causing a disturbance to meet with the complainant. Officers were able to locate the two suspects at Casey's General Store located at 125 North 5th Avenue on Monday, June 9th. An investigation found that one of the suspects, identified as 20-year old Andrew A. Dobson had been drinking. Police cited Dobson with a city ordinance citation of unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor. He will have 14 days to pay a $200 fine. If he does not pay the fine he will then have a September Fulton County Court date in Lewistown. Child Hospitalized After Falling From Second Floor Of home (Peoria, IL) -- A child that fell from the second floor of a home in Peoria remains hospitalized. Authorities say that the incident happened in the 3400 block of Richwoods Boulevard Thursday night at about 5. Police say that the child was pushed through a screen in the window and then fell onto the driveway, which is concrete. A babysitter that was at the residence told authorities that she was not inside the room when the incident took place. The boy was taken to a Peoria hospital to be treated for head injuries. Authorities say that the matter remains under investigation and that it’s uncertain if the babysitter will face any charges.