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FELONY FRIDAY: Arrests and convictions in Williamson County this week

Posted by on Friday, October 20th, 2017 @ 6:13 pm.

WILLIAMSON CO., Ill. - It's Friday in Disclosureland, and you know what that means...it's time to list the felonies filed as well as those that have reached a disposition in Williamson County for Felony Friday!

Felonies Filed

Malik L Felton, 18, of Marion, has been charged with one count of Possession Of Methamphetamine and one count of Possession Of Controlled Substance. His sidekick Ronnie L. Bridges Jr., 22, of Paducah, Kentucky, was charged with one count Possession Of Methamphetamine.

Robert E. Bell Sr., 59, is charged with Disorderly Conduct (yes it’s a felony in this case.) He’s the guy who called in the bomb threat, causing evacuations in both Williamson and Franklin county courthouses. When he made the call he stated a bomb was to go off on the second floor of the courthouse. He didn’t say which one. The call pinged of the tower that was near the county line of the two counties. For safety measures both courthouses were evacuated and a bomb squad from Springfield was called in. No explosives were found at either place.
Breanna Trammel, 26, of Herrin is charged with one count Possession of Methamphetamine.
Curtis Holland, 37, of DeSoto, has been charged with Aggravated Battery/Use of a Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Battery/Great Bodily Harm and Aggravated Battery in a Public Place.
Amber Tripp, 35, of Pittsburg, is charged with one count Possession of Methamphetamine, One Count Possession of Drug Paraphernalia , and Possession of Controlled Substance.
Charles E Hall Jr., 46, of Marion has been charged with Criminal Damage to Property. Hall had recently rented a room in his home to Koby Hale whose last known residence was Carbondale. Hall accused Hale of consuming cannabis, an argument ensued and Hall pushed Hale's TV off a dresser and pulled his glasses off of him also. Earlier in the month Koby Hale had an OP filed on him from a woman in Carbondale. Probably why he needed a place to live. 
Billy J. Williams, 25, of Marion, is charged with Domestic Battery with Bodily Harm. (Anyone know if that’s Bo Jangles' boy?)
Brandon Ronquille, 40, of Harrisburg, is charged with one count Possession of Controlled Substance.
Brandon S. Tennyson, 18, of Marion is charged with one count of Manufacturing/ Delivery of Cannabis between 30 and 500 grams. He’s also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance 
Felony Dispositions
Jennifer Switzer, 37, of Herrin was found Not Guilty Of Possession of Controlled Substance. She was placed on 24 months probation, 30 hours community service and $318 fine.
Iesha Gladney, 25, of Marion, was found Not Guilty of Retail Theft/disposing of merchandise. Gladney was, however, found Guilty on a separate charge of Theft/ Stolen/Intent. She was fined $583.18 and given 30 months Probation and 30 days in jail with credit for time served.  She was also found Not Guilty of Resisting. 
Dexter Gladney, 53, was found guilty of Theft/Stolen/Intent between $500 and $10,000. He was also found Guilty of Resisting a Peace Officer.  
These are the two people featured in the famous video, which you can view here.

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