The Weekly Post public record for 9-22

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

Police reports
• ELMWOOD – An 81-year-old female driver’s medical emergency led to a two-vehicle collision south of Elmwood, according to authorities.
About 3 p.m. Sept. 13, Avis M. Braden of Mapleton was driving a southbound 2020 Dodge Caravan on Illinois Route 78 about 1 mile south of Knox Road 250 North when the vehicle rear-ended a 2018 Ford Edge, according to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.
Robert E. Kindred, 73, of Morton was driving the Edge and pulled over when he could, a sheriff’s-office report stated. Braden’s vehicle passed Kindred’s and continued south before it stopped. Braden had an unspecified medical event that required her to be transported to UnityPoint Health-Methodist in Peoria. There was no word about her condition.
Kindred’s vehicle sustained damage of more than $1,500 and was towed. Kindred wasn’t injured.

• FARMINGTON – A Farmington man was cited for drug possession after he was discovered unconscious on the floor of a local grocery store.
The incident happened about 9 p.m. Sept. 8 at County Market. Farmington police found 48-year-old Jason R. Becker gasping for air and sweating, according to a police report.
Police administered Becker naloxone, a drug used to treat narcotic overdose in an emergency. They also found a small, plastic bag nearby that contained a gray powder. It tested positive for fentanyl and oxycodone.
An ambulance took Becker to Graham Hospital in Canton. There, he was accused of possession of a controlled substance and given a notice to appear in Fulton County Circuit Court.

• ELMORE – A rural-Elmore woman accused her boyfriend of damaging her residence as he was moving out, according to authorities.
A Peoria County Sheriff’s Department deputy was called about 6 p.m. Sept. 10 to the residence, in the 22900 block of W. Lorance Rd. The woman said she had been out of town most of the day but returned to find scratched wood paneling and tables, scratched kitchen cabinets with holes in them and a damaged bathroom counter and fixture.
Damage was estimated at $500. The woman said she would let the house owner know about the damage, a sheriff’s-office report stated. The deputy informed her about how to obtain an order of protection.

• FARMINGTON – A Farmington man was accused of firing an arrow that put a hole in a neighbor’s fence.
Michael E. Hirner, 22, was cited for criminal damage to property in connection with an incident that was reported about noon Sept. 18 in the 600 block of W. Fort St. A resident there found an arrow on his back porch.
A Farmington police officer told Hirner it is illegal in city limits to fire arrows at an improper target. Minimum size is 5 feet by 5 feet.

• RAPATEE – About 9 p.m. Sept. 7, John I. Himegarner, 69, of Yates City was driving a northbound 2020 Chevrolet Colorado LS on Illinois Route 97 near Knox Road 50 North when the vehicle struck a deer that crossed from the east. The vehicle’s passenger-side front bumper/headlight area sustained more than $1,500 in damage, according to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. No injuries were reported.

• FARMINGTON – Amanda A. Cox, 39, of Farmington was arrested about 5:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at a residence in the 400 block of W. Fort St. on a Fulton County warrant for escape. After Cox posted $500 bond, she was released with a court date.

• FARMINGTON – Jamiee E. Mink, 21, of Farmington was arrested about 4 p.m. Sept. 16 at a residence in the 600 block of W. Fort St. on a Fulton County warrant for operating a motor vehicle without insurance. Mink was transported to Fulton County Jail in Lewistown after she was unable to post $150 bond.

• ELMWOOD – Agnes S. Garner, 41, of Elmwood was arrested about 11:15 p.m. Sept. 17 and was being held for another agency, according to the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office.

• TRIVOLI – Dillon M. Kieser, 23, of Trivoli was arrested at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 and accused of domestic battery /bodily harm, according to the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office.

Marriage license
• Rachel Rebecca German and Aaron Kristoffer Sarff, both of Elmwood.