The Weekly Post public record for 6-11-20

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

Police reports

• ELMWOOD – Danielle N. Minton, 29, of Elmwood was charged on June 7 with domestic battery.
• ELMWOOD – Elmwood police officers have been busy of late reminding residents that it is illegal to dump, deposit or otherwise blow grass clippings into the street while mowing. Officer Mike Darrah noted there is actually a state law that spells out the regulation against putting grass clippings on public roadways.
• BRIMFIELD – A 70-year old woman from Aledo hurt her head and complained of a sore shoulder after falling off a mule in Jubilee College State Park’s Equestrian Park on June 7, according to a Peoria County Sheriff’s report. She was dragged a short way while her foot was tangled in the stirrup. Brimfield Fire Department responded and she was transported to a Peoria hospital. She has since been released.
• FARMINGTON – Bryan A. Hickman, 27, of Brimfield was pulled over for speeding along Industry Road in Farmington on June 5, according to a Farmington police report. He was additionally charged for driving on a suspended license and operating an uninsured vehicle. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
• KICKAPOO-EDWARDS – A lock was cut on one of the units at Kickapoo Storage in the 7400 block of N. Kickapoo-Edwards Rd. on June 8, according to a Peoria County Sheriff’s report.