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SALINE COUNTY: Three taken into custody, one for cruelty to animals

Amber Burnett

Taryn Bishop

Alexis Debose

Posted by on Thursday, January 11th, 2018 @ 1:32 pm.

SALINE CO., Ill. - Three women were taken into custody in Saline County yesterday, one of them a frequent flyer whose most recent escapades now involve alleged animal cruelty, likely due to the inclement weather we've been experiencing with bitterly-cold temps.

Amber Burnett

Saline County Chief Deputy Ken Clore said that Amber D. Burnett, 38, of Harrisburg, was arrested yesterday, January 10, on two counts: Cruelty to Animals and Violation of Owner Duty to Animals. Submitted reports don't indicate any details of the information that prompted the charges.

Burnett was taken into custody, however, and as of this morning she was still in Saline County Detention Center (SCDC) pending posting of bond.

Taryn Bishop

Also arrested yesterday was Taryn D. Bishop, 24, of Harrisburg, who's been charged with Driving While Suspended and Failure to Appear (FTA) on a previously-charged Retail Theft count. She remains in the SCDC on $1,225 cash bond.

Alexis Debose

Then Alexis K. Debose, 34, of Eldorado, was arrested for Failure to Appear on a Domestic Battery charge, as well as FTA for Driving While Revoked (two counts, apparently, one of them enhanced and carrying a probation violation rider. She remains in the SCDC on a $2,975 cash bond.

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