The Weekly Post public record for 12-2-21

NOTE: Charges are merely an accusation. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Stabbing, shooting in rural Farmington

FARMINGTON – Two men remain hospitalized after a shooting and stabbing apparently occurred Saturday in a residence south of town.
“We are still waiting to do interviews with the people since they are still in the hospital,” Fulton County Sheriff Jeff Standard said Tuesday. “And we’re not releasing any names based on the medical information.”
Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene at 1:47 a.m. and found two males, one with a gunshot wound, the other with a stab wound.
Standard said the men were first taken to Graham Hospital in Canton and then traveled via OSF Life Flight to OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Multiple other agencies were involved, including the Canton Police Department, Farmington Police Department, Illinois State Police, Farmington Fire and Fulton EMA.

Police reports
• ELMWOOD – Elmwood police were dispatched to OSF St. Francis Hospital to take a statement from a woman who said she was battered by her boyfriend at a residence in the 600 block of W. Dearborn St. in Elmwood, according to a police report. The woman said that upon waking at 6 p.m. on Nov. 28, Randall W. Coryall, 22, of Peoria was angry she didn’t have dinner ready. She said that after Coryall pushed her down to a sitting position three times, she pushed him back. At that point, she said Coryall attacked her, causing her head to hit the floor or the wall. When she came to after being unconscious, the left side of her body was numb. Her family then took her to the hospital.
The woman told police incidents like this have been happening over the last year, but she hadn’t reported them. She also claimed Coryall’s abuse included threats to “strangle” her.
Coryall was taken into custody by Peoria County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of aggravated domestic battery and domestic battery. He was transported to Peoria County Jail.
• FARMINGTON – A reckless driving complaint resulted in a traffic stop at County Market on Nov. 13, according to a Farmington police report. Dorothy Roach, 47, of Glasford was charged with DUI alcohol, illegal transportation of alcohol and operating an uninsured vehicle. Her vehicle was towed.
• FARMINGTON – Charles Beard, 48, of Peoria was contacted inside Benny’s Corner Bar and Grill on Nov. 21 regarding an active Fulton County warrant, according to a Farmington police report. He posted bond relating to a failure to appear in court on a charge of reckless driving.
• FARMINGTON – Jason Chrestenson, 18, of Hanna City was stopped by police on Nov. 22 around 12:45p.m. for having no front license plate on his car, according to a Farmington police report. He was also charged with driving on a suspended license and operating a vehicle with expired registration. He was released with a court date.
• FARMINGTON – Farmington police reported two incidents of criminal damage to property on Nov. 27, according to a Farmington police report. One report was of damage to the front corner of a house in the 100 block of N. Pleasant St., where an obscenity was spray painted. The other took place in the 300 block of W. Court St., where obscene artwork was spray painted on the door of a vehicle.
• FARMINGTON – Police followed a vehicle at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Nov. 28 that was veering over lane lines resulting in a traffic stop, according to a Farmington police report. Isaihah Tenarvitz, 22, of Canton admitted he was returning home from a Farmington Road bar and had been drinking. He also admitted to possessing cannabis. He was charged with DUI alcohol and possession of adult use cannabis in a vehicle. His vehicle was towed. He was taken home and given a notice to appear in court.