The Weekly Post public record for 10-19-23

NOTE: Charges are merely an accusation. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Police Reports
• BRIMFIELD – A domestic disturbance at a Brimfield residence resulted in the arrest of a 21-year-old woman. Her 30-year-old uncle was cited for assault.

Tiara J. Wagner was accused of domestic battery in connection with the incident, which happened about 5:30 p.m. Oct. 11 in the 200 block of Miller Court. She was transported to the Peoria County Jail.

According to a Peoria County Sheriff’s Office report, someone at the residence saw Tiara Wagner hit her uncle Dakota Wagner in the head with a fan. A deputy found a broken plastic fan nearby. The Wagners had been arguing.

Tiara Wagner said Dakota Wagner threatened to hit her, but he said he didn’t remember, the report stated. He admitted to drinking four 16-ounce beers after he took at least four psychological medicines. The elder Wagner received a notice to appear Nov. 22 in Peoria County Circuit Court.

• FARMINGTON – A woman stopped for taking cellphone photographs while driving also had a suspended license, authorities stated.

Shortly before 6 p.m. Sept. 30, Dana M. Miller, 40, of Oswego was driving a 2021 Toyota Camry north on Gold Street at Spring Street when a Farmington police officer noticed a phone in her hand. Miller then held the phone out a car window with both hands, according to a police report.

Miller said she was taking photos for work. She also said her license was suspended for speeding.

After Miller paid a $300 vehicle-impound fee, she waited elsewhere in Farmington for a ride. She was accused of driving with a suspended or revoked license and improper use of an electronic-communication device. Miller is to appear Nov. 3 in Fulton County Circuit Court in Lewistown.

• PRINCEVILLE – A Princeville woman backed out of a driveway and into her neighbor’s vehicle, which was parked on the street.

Tomya R. Dunn was backing a 2007 Chevrolet Uplander about 2 a.m. Sept. 29 in the 200 block of S. Kennedy Ave. when she looked down to check her cellphone, according to a Peoria County Sheriff’s Office report. By the time Dunn looked up, she was unable to avoid the collision.

Michelle M. Boland owns the other vehicle, a 2022 Chevrolet Trailblazer. It was unoccupied. Both vehicles were damaged but drivable, the report stated. Dunn reported no injuries.

• HANNA CITY – A Farmington man was the victim of a rear-end collision east of Hanna City.

Jeffrey A. Danz was behind the wheel of a 2020 Ford Transit van stopped on westbound Farmington Road at Illinois Route 116 shortly after 9 a.m. Sept. 27 when a Nissan Altima struck the van’s rear bumper, a Peoria County Sheriff’s Office report stated.

Danz said he exited the van to assess damage and exchange information with the other driver. When Danz mentioned the police, the other driver returned to his vehicle and drove away, per the report. Danz reported no injuries. The van, which the Farmington School District owns, sustained minor damage.

• HANNA CITY – Someone drove into a mailbox in front of a residence east of Hanna City, according to authorities.

The victim was inside his kitchen in the 11100 block of Illinois Route 116 about 4:45 p.m. Sept. 26 when he heard an exterior thud, according to a Peoria County Sheriff’s Office report. When he looked out the window, he noticed the mailbox was down.

Debris from the mailbox and from the vehicle was found in the yard, including what appeared to be a black front-passenger fender with Cadillac stampings, the report stated. No suspect information was available.

• KICKAPOO – A woman was robbed of a cash ticket from a gambling machine at a Kickapoo-area gasoline station, according to the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office. The incident happened Oct. 8 at Freedom Oil Co., 7116 N Kickapoo-Edwards Rd. No other information was available. The sheriff’s office cited an ongoing investigation in refusing to release a report about the incident.

• FARMINGTON – Jeremy J. Coile, 40, of Green Valley was arrested about 3:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at the Marathon gasoline station at 600 E. Fort St. on a Mason County warrant for failure to appear in court, according to a Farmington police report. After Coile’s father posted $250 bond, Coile was released and received a notice to appear Friday in Mason County Circuit Court in Havana.

• ELMWOOD – Chief Aaron Bean reported the following Elmwood Police Department activity for September: five stops, five warnings, 14 reports and one open door.

• WILLIAMSFIELD – Chief James Robertson reported the following Williamsfield Police Department activity for September: two accidental 9-1-1 calls, one burglar alarm, one driving complaint, one harassment complaint and one nuisance complaint.

• GALESBURG – These were among calls to which the Knox County Sheriff’s Office responded between Oct. 1-7: vehicle fire, Yates City; suspicious vehicle, Oak Run; suspicious vehicle, Yates City; suspicious vehicle, La Fayette; battery, Williamsfield; harassment, Oak Run; grass fire, Yates City; two trespass incidents, Yates City; suspicious incident, Yates City; suspicious vehicle, Dahinda; burglar alarm, Oak Run.