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The usual suspects crowd up the White County roster this issue

Matthew Sallee

Aaron Smith

Kenneth Corbett

Posted by on Monday, April 11th, 2016 @ 8:11 pm.

Matthew Sallee

Matthew Sallee

WHITE CO. – A White County man already sitting in Stateville Correctional Center after he was convicted July 1, 2013 of Burglary has been charged with two additional counts of Burglary, one only attempted, and one count each of Criminal Damage to Property less than $300 and Criminal Damage to Property $300-$10,000.

According to information filed in the case, on March 29, 2015 Matthew Kent Sallee, also known as #B87669, age 28, of 16830 South Broadway St., Joliet, entered a building belonging to Genesis Flowers and Gifts, located at 209 East Main St., Norris City, with intent to commit theft.

And on the same date Sallee is said to have taken a substantial step toward the offense of burglary when he damaged the front door of Mike’s Tire Shop, owned by Mike Mileham and located at 1402 South Division St., Norris City, with intent to commit theft.

The damage includes the door to Mike’s Tire Shop and a damaged window at Wonder Market, owned by Mike Ray, located at 200 East Wabash St., Norris City.

Aaron Smith

Aaron Smith

Ordered wife into bedroom

Aaron Jacob Smith, 31, of 467 Co. Rd. 25775 North, Mill Shoals, has been charged with Aggravated Domestic Battery after authorities say on December 6, 2015 he strangled family member Michael Smith and then bit his ear.

Aaron was also charged with Unlawful Restraint alleging that on the same day he detained Melissa Smith in that he ordered her into the bedroom.

Cash bond in the case was set at $4,000.

Not surprisingly, Melissa filed for divorce January 4.

Kenneth Corbett

Kenneth Corbett

Kenneth damages Lance’s cell

A Norris City man with several misdemeanor convictions in his past has been charged with his first felony.

According to information filed in the case, on March 24, Kenneth D. Corbett, 66, of 213 North East St., Apt. 20, Norris City, committed the misdemeanor offense of Criminal Damage to Property less than $300 when he damaged a cell phone belonging to Lance Wilson while at Corbett’s North East Street apartment.

Corbett made his lot in life worse when he allegedly somehow set fire to a blanket in his jail cell at the White County Jail. He was later found to have had in his possession in the cell a small lighter.

The fire earned him a felony charge of Criminal Damage to Government Supported Property.

His criminal history includes a conviction for Disorderly Conduct on December 13, 2001 for which he was sentenced to conditional discharge for one year and ordered to $508 in fines and fees.

On January 20, 2003 he was convicted of Criminal Trespass to Land and sentenced to conditional discharge for another two years and ordered to pay $286 in fines and fees.

Another Disorderly Conduct conviction February 5, 2009 earned Corbett another conditional discharge sentence of two more years and cost him $341 in fines and fees.

Cash bond in the case was set at $1,500.

Tellin’ lies

Joseph P. Motil, 36, of 508 Plum St., Carmi, has been charged with Obstruction of Justice.

The formal charge alleges that on February 26 Motil, with intent to obstruct the arrest of Samee Gunther for Theft, knowingly furnished false information (also known as lied) to deputy Craig Poole when he claims he was the individual who stole money.

A $1,000 cash bond was set in the case.

Gunther was taken into custody on or about April 1, and charged with the theft of more than $500 from Khrystn Gunther, of 113 North Jeanette, Apt. A, Enfield.

Gunther’s cash bond was set at $2,000.

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