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What was it Leeahahahaa was alleged to have done with dope…? here’s FELONY FRIDAY to tell you!

Posted by on Friday, January 12th, 2018 @ 5:47 pm.

WILLIAMSON CO., Ill. - It's Felony Friday for the Williamson County crowd, and it's a big one, which includes the allegations against Leeah Johnson, who whined mightily after Sunday's post (and which you can find at this link) about her predicament.

But first, let's see who else has been allegedly bad bad bad in Williamson.

Calling the police because you are lonely...

Last week we mentioned 57-year-old William T. Dempsey, who was charged with a False Alarm complaint to 911. However, the file gives an accurate description of the scenario. Around 8:30 p.m. an officer from Marion Police Department (one of the cute young blondes) was dispatched to the Gray Plaza Motel due to Dempsey’s repeated calls to 911. When the officer arrived he detected a strong odor of alcohol and Dempsey was slurring his words and kept changing his story and was incoherent. The officer had already had contact with Dempsey a couple of hours earlier for a well being check for a wound to his head, after which he denied treatment. During the recent 911 calls Dempsey changed his story several times and stated he hadn’t spoke with an officer and had requested an ambulance. When the officer asked him why he continued to make the 911 calls his response was that he was lonely and had no one to talk to.

Cat Fight

Hayley J. Howard, 18 of Marion, has been charged with Aggravated Domestic Battery. Howard was at the home of her estranged girlfriend where they had been trying to “work things out.” Howard reportedly became upset over some text messages on the victim’s phone and a heated argument turned physical. Howard is alleged to have grabbed the victim by the throat and pushed her to the ground. At one point when the victim was trying to retrieve her cellphone, Howard is alleged to have had her in a headlock in which the victim couldn’t breathe. A third party stepped in and broke the two females apart and called police.

Fueled by Meth at Huck's

Aaron Isaacson, 35 of Carterville, has been charged with one count Possession of Methamphetamine and one count Resisting a Peace Officer. Other offenses include Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver, Unlawful Possession of Title and Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Marion Police were called to one of the local Huck’s stores in response to a suspicious male who had become aggressive with her. Isaacson then went to the bathroom and stayed for an hour and wouldn’t respond when she went to the door to see if he was okay. Two officers responded and observed the subject exiting the business. During the pat-down, Isaacson kept lowering his hands and when the officer got to his jeans, Isaacson began resisting and during a struggle, one of the officers fell on top of him and was injured and had to be treated at Heartland for his injuries.

Art by Daniel Hudson

Update on Leeah Johnson

The destination of the drugs that Lehaha or Lee-Ah or Leedasha (or however she pronounces it) Johnson of Marion, the woman who was busted by MPDNU last week for illegally shipping drugs through the mail, has been discovered.

Leehaha and her co-conspirator were planning a New Year’s weekend in Las Vegas and had their rooms already booked. A flight had been booked through Frontier Airlines and of course we all know ya can’t take your drugs with you on the plane. So Lehahaha had allegedly come up with an elaborate-yet-stupid plan to have methamphetamine and cannabis waiting on them at their hotel upon arrival. Yep, she attempted to ship the drugs to the hotel in care of herself. Having already been there (to Vegas) she even included her “player’s card” in the package. Authorities, having deemed the package with the $65 shipping fees suspicious, opened the package and notified MPDNU.

You take the drugs; no, you take the drugs

Dustin Paul Robertson, 27 of Herrin, is charged with one count of Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and one count of Unlawful Possession of Cannabis. Robertson was a passenger with three other males in vehicle during a traffic stop by Herrin Police assisted by another Herrin officer and Illinois State Police K-9 unit. The stop resulted in the driver being ticketed for expired registration. While checking to see if the other occupants had warrants, the K-9 alerts suspicion of drugs. Robertson hands the officer a plastic bag of suspected cannabis. Also found was methamphetamine and a broken BIC pen used to chase the smoke. Robertson told the officer that one of the other occupants handed him the cannabis as they were being stopped. He was transported to the Williamson County Jail.

Dereck Mitchell Ward, 24 of Marion, was arrested by MPDNU on charges of Manufacturing/Delivery of Cannabis between 30 and 500 grams. He was also wanted on a warrant from Pulaski County. MPDNU has been doing super secret stuff this week. We should be hearing more from them next week.

Felony Dispositions

Rashawn McFadden of Marion was found Not Guilty and placed on the offender initiative program for 2 years for Use of Account Number or code over $150. His fine of $2,409.60 has been paid in full.

Karl E. Williams, 53 of Menard Correctional Center, was found Guilty of one count of Burglary and sentenced to 7 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections with credit for 339 days served. The other 8 counts of Burglary were dismissed. He is currently serving a 7-year Burglary sentence out of Jackson County.

James Avant, 23 of Marion, received 5 years in IDOC with credit for 166 days served for Methamphetamine Delivery. Habitual criminal/2 priors were reduced. Manufacture/Delivery Cannabis 10 to 30 grams charges were dismissed.

Michael B. Swink, 29 of Marion, was found Guilty of Unlawful Restraint and sentenced to 1 year in IDOC with credit for 97 days served. Aggravated Domestic Battery charges were dismissed.

Curtis L. Holland, 38 of DeSoto, charges of Aggravated Battery/Use Deadly Weapon, Aggravated Battery/Great Bodily Harm, Aggravated Battery Public Place were dismissed Nolle Prosequi

Dustin M McGee, 32 of Galatia, was found Guilty of Home Repair Fraud and Violation of Contract over $1,000. He was sentenced to one year in IDOC. Restitution hearing February 1, 2018.

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