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Christian Collier

Posted by on Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 @ 6:46 pm.

Christian Collier

Justin Raney

WHITE CO.— A pair of Norris City men were taken into custody on outstanding warrants yesterday, with one wanted on sexual abuse charges.

Justin R. Raney, 23, of 405 West Second St., Norris City, and Christian A. Collier, 19, of 311 North Powell St., Norris City, were taken into custody by Carmi police at 6:47 p.m., Sept. 12.

Raney was arrested on a pair of misdemeanor warrants, while Collier was arrested on one misdemeanor warrant and one count of Obstruction of Justice.

Raney and Collier were spotted during a traffic stop by officer David Agee.

Agee observed Raney in the passenger seat of a vehicle Saturday and knew that he was wanted for Failure to Appear for a scheduled court date concerning charges including Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol.

Collier, who was a backseat passenger in the vehicle, was charged with Obstruction after he gave a false name to officer Agee apparently to avoid an active warrant out of Saline County for two counts of Criminal Sexual Abuse.

Also located in the vehicle but not arrested were Hannah A. Shea, 20, of 7585 Island Riffle Rd., Junction and 20-year-old Tara L. Madden, of 405 West Second St., Norris City.

Reports indicate that both were nabbed at East Main Street and Dan’s Tire in Carmi.

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