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Ramonte Scott makes unsurprising appearance in Saline County arrest reports

Ramonte Scott

Barbara Gwaltney


Posted by on Friday, April 27th, 2018 @ 7:43 pm.

SALINE CO., Ill. - Some repeatrepeatrepeat crims (including one named Crim) are back on the docket again, and among those are a young disagreeable punk by the name of Newell, and a frequent flyer in Harrisburg, none other than Ramonte Scott.

The coverage period is April 17 through 23.

April 17

Barbara Gwaltney

Arrested on the 17th was Barbara J. Gwaltney, 41 of Harrisburg, for Driving on a Suspended/Revoked License.

She was able to post $150 for her release

April 19

Michael J. Irvin

Five individuals were arrested on the 19th; whether the arrests were related or not was unspecified in reports.

The first was Michael J. Irvin, 34, of Galatia.

Irvin was picked up on a Failure to Appear warrant. He was released by the judge; no bond information was made available.

Miranda J. Key

Next was Miranda J. Key, 23, of Harrisburg, also for Failure to Appear.

She was released on her own recognizance.

Heather A. Zunker

Heather A. Zunker was next.

Zunker, 30, of Harrisburg, was arrested on a warrant for Criminal Trespass to Land.

She was able to post $250 cash bond.

ylan L. Gunter

Dylan L. Gunter, 19, of Shawneetown, was next.

We'll get the story on this one for the next print edition, but interestingly enough, he was arrested on a charge of False Personation of an Officer.

Gunter was able to post $300 cash bond.

Ramonte Scott...already looking like he's trying to get away

And then lastly on the 19th was none other than Ramonte S. Scott, 24, of Harrisburg.

Scott is one of the hangers-on of the Gibbs/Hamilton bunch, all of which have fallen by the wayside lately, meaning that another bunch will be emerging soon.

Anyway, Scott was arrested on the 19th for Obstructing Justice, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon by a Felon and Possession of a Stolen Firearm.

Scott, of course, was able to post a $5,000 cash bond, because like most of the Gibbs/Hamilton bunch, their handlers take care of that kind of thing.

April 20

Muhsan Fann

One of those punks coming up in the ranks that Scott cut crim his teeth on was arrested on the 20th.

Muhsan L. Fann, 18, of Carrier Mills, was taken into custody on that day on charges of Armed Robbery and two counts of Armed Forced Home Invasion.

This is likely the formal charges of the incident that Fann was involved in last year when he was a juvenile, and it, like a couple of the bunch from the Gibbs/Hamilton crims, was probably transferred to adult court.

Fann remains in the Saline County Detention Center.

April 21

Two were arrested on the 21st.

The first was Victor L. Fuller, 43, of Harrisburg.

Fuller was picked up on warrants for Domestic Battery and Obstructing Justice.

He posted $700 cash bond.

Then the disagreeable Thomas M. Newell, 26, of Carrier Mills, was picked up on the 21st.

Newell, who has buddies who somehow believe that Harrisburg mayor John McPeek can shut our paper down (likely owing to naivete, but one can always blame the public school system for the inexplicable), is once again in trouble, this time in two states; here, and in Missouri. Newell was arrested on the 21st on charges of Obstructing Justice and Driving on a Suspended/Revoked License, as well as a warrant out of Cape Girardeau for Failure to Appear.

Newell remains in the Saline County Detention Center.

Below, a display of Newell and friend's patented naivete, known round these here parts as idiocy.





April 22

Mariah Amburgey

On April 22, two were arrested.

The first was Mariah G. Amburgey, 18, of Eldorado, for Failure to Appear.

She was released on her own recognizance.

Shavon Crim

Then a gal who's been a regular for a number of years now (and is looking worse and worse with each subsequent mugshot, as can be seen here) was arrested on her own Failure to Appear warrant.

Shavon C. Crim, 26, now of Golconda, is the gal in question.

She didn't get a recog bond, but instead had to post $275 cash bond to secure her release.

April 23

Lastly but not leastly (which is not a word, so I'd better not see any of you out there who are reading this use it in the course of any social networking convo we might have) is the gal charged with running over former Harrisburg police chief Whipper Johnson, Keysha T. Dismuke.

Dismuke, 29, of Carrier Mills, was arrested on preliminary charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Obstructing Justice, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Manufacturing/Delivery of Controlled Substances.

Dismuke remained locked up at the Saline County Detention Center at the time of the press release, which was actually Wednesday.

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