Hoopeston Police Department reports June 24-July 7

Arrests

Tuesday, June 25, 12:06 a.m.- Tosha Allen, 36, of Hoopeston, was arrested after officers responded to Parkview Court in reference to a report of a domestic disturbance and she refused to cooperate with police. She was taken to the HPD to be processed and was later released with a city citation and court date.

Wednesday, June 26, 9:30 a.m.- Larry Lane, 65, of Hoopeston, was cited after a city employee reported that several items of playground equipment had been stolen from the city slab at 1118 S. Dixie Hwy. The equipment had been stored there until it could be placed back in McFerren Park. Employees were contacted by a salvage operation saying they had several pieces to ensure the equipment had meant to be thrown away. The items were retrieved and Lane was cited with a notice to appear in Hoopeston City Court.

Thursday, June 27, 1:41 a.m.- Anthony Schneider, 49, of Hoopeston, was arrested after a computer check during a traffic stop revealed that he did not have a valid driver’s license. Schneider was taken to the HPD, charged with driving while license revoked and operating an uninsured motor vehicle and later released with a notice to appear in traffic court.

Thursday, June 27, 11:47 p.m.- Jeffrey Davis, 50, of Hoopeston, was arrested after officers conducted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle driving with its headlights off. A computer check revealed Davis had a suspended license and he was taken to the HPD, charged with driving while license suspended and operating an uninsured vehicle. He was released with a notice to appear in traffic court.

Thursday, June 27, 11:47 p.m.- Suzie Davis, 37, of Hoopeston, was arrested during a traffic stop after she was found to be in possession of a controlled substance. She was later taken to the PSB in Danville.

Sunday, June 30, 5:47 p.m.- Jeromy Powell, 45, of Rankin, was arrested after officers were with Powell in reference to a complaint they had received. A computer check revealed his driver’s license suspended. Powell was arrested on charges of driving without a license, displaying false registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. He was released with a notice to appear.

Tuesday, July 2, 8:11 a.m.- Bailee Cannon, 19, of Hoopeston, was arrested after she was found on Parkview Court property, managed by the Vermilion County Housing Authority, which she was barred from entering or being present upon. Cannon was taken to the HPD where she was processed and then released after posting bond.

Tuesday, July 2, 6:41 p.m.- Jack Coffey, 45, of Hoopeston, was arrested after while officers were on a traffic stop. Coffey was found to be in possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. Coffey was taken to the HPD and later taken to the PSB.

Friday, July 5, 11:37 p.m.- Debra Torres, 49, of Hoopeston, was arrested after officers stopped the vehicle Torres was driving for a traffic infraction. A computer check revealed that Torres had a suspended driver’s license. She was arrested and taken to the HPD to be processed and was later released with a citation and a traffic court date.

Saturday, July 6, 8:41 p.m.- Darren Wood, 34, of Paxton, was arrested after officers checked in with him, knowing he had an outstanding Ford County warrant. After confirming information, Wood was arrested and taken to the HPD to be processed. He was taken to the PSB in Danville in lieu of bond.

Sunday, July 7, 5:08 p.m.- Bailee Cannon, 19, of Hoopeston, was arrested after officers responded to the 400 block of Honeywell for a report of Cannon trespassing on property. A computer check revealed that she had an outstanding Vermilion County warrant. She was arrested and taken to the HPD to be processed. She was later taken to the PSB in lieu of bond.

Fire Calls

Friday, July 5, 10:38 p.m.- The Hoopeston Fire Department was called out to a report of downed power lines on the 700 block of Judson. Nothing was located.

Traffic Accidents

Monday, July 1, 12:20 p.m.- Sarah Wood, of Milford, was driving a 2004 Pontiac when she went up and over the curb at West Honeywell Avenue and North Dixie Highway and struck a light pole. The pole had no damage. No injuries were reported at the time and no tickets were issued. Wood’s vehicle was insured.

Friday, July 5, 11:50 a.m.- Stephen Neal, of Hoopeston, driving a 2016 Ford truck owned by the City of Hoopeston, and Philip Nogle, of Hoopeston, driving a 2007 VW, were involved in a traffic accident that occurred in the area of 600 block of East Thompson Avenue. Both vehicles were insured, no tickets were issued and no injuries were reported at the time.

Criminal Damage to Property

Tuesday, June 25, 2:47 p.m.- A 38-year-old Hoopeston man reported someone had broken the window of his Dodge truck between the hours of 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m. while it was on the 600 block of Sycamore Drive. An investigation is ongoing.

Saturday, July 6, 11:48 p.m.- A 35-year-old Hoopeston woman reported someone had damaged her residence on the 700 block of South First Avenue. An investigation is ongoing.

Burglary

Thursday, June 27, 6:58 p.m.- A 20-year-old Hoopeston man reported a burglary at his home on the 700 block of East Wyman Avenue. The victim advised he came home to find the front door kicked in and several items taken.

Theft

Sunday, June 30, 12:56 a.m.- A 45-year-old Hoopeston woman reported someone had entered her residence in Parkview Court and removed property without property.

Fraud

Sunday, June 30, 2:59 p.m.- A 59-year-old Hoopeston woman reported someone had made fraudulent charges on her account. A report was taken and the investigation continues.

Items Found

Thursday, July 4, 10 a.m.- A gold Mongoose bike was picked up and taken to the HPD.

Saturday, July 6, time unknown- A pair of prescription sunglasses was found at the Lion’s Club Shelter at McFerren Park. The owner may identify and claim at the HPD.