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Folks from Carrier Mills, Olney, manage to make Mt. Carmel PD report

Jason L. Miller

Posted by on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 @ 7:36 pm.

MT. CARMEL, Ill. - The mid-month police activity report for Mt. Carmel Police Department features a couple of out-of-area people that managed to catch trouble in town who probably deserve more than a mention in an overall report, but here we are.

Leeper leaps into the headlines

The action, however, started on May 10 when Mt. Carmel Police arrested Craig A. Leeper, 31 of Mt. Carmel on a charge of Criminal Trespass to State Supported Property after police were called to 909 West 11th Street in reference to an unwanted person. Police were notified that Leeper had been served with a notice not to be on the property but he returned was wanting to spend the night. Leeper was arrested and transported to the Wabash County Jail where he was held pending the posting of bond.

Ippolito, related to other Ippolitos…in Olney 

Andrew V. Ippolito

On May 12, Mt. Carmel Police arrested an Olney man after police stopped him for a traffic violation in the 1000 block of Cherry Street. During the traffic stop it was discovered that the driver, Andrew V. Ippolito, 61, was in possession of suspected methamphetamine. Police arrested Ippolito and transported him to the Wabash County Jail where he was held on one count of possession of methamphetamine. Our regular readers will recall the name Ippolito from 2004 when an Ippolito relative, Jaimee Rupe, and her toddler son died under mysterious circumstances in town; we bring this up because it’s an odd name and so likely he’s related…and a meth arrest would kind of make that even more viable.

Mills man, formerly of Harrisburg, nabbed

Jason L. Miller

Heading into the weekend, police in Mt. Carmel were able to snag a Saline County man. This happened on the 12th, when MCPD arrested Jason L. Miller, 41 of Carrier Mills, after police were called to an unwanted person in the 200 block of West 8th Street. When police arrived, Miller is accused of providing police with a fictitious date of birth (he probably learned that happycrappy in the ’burg…). Miller failed to provide the officer with his proper date of birth and was subsequently arrested for obstructing identification. Miller was transported to the Wabash County Jail where he was held pending the posting of bond. You can read about Miller’s previous antics at the hotlink on his name.

Local caught speeding

On May 13, MCPD arrested Rebecca L. Reed, 47 of Mt. Carmel, after she was stopped in the 200 block of Chestnut Street. During the traffic stop it was discovered that she was operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license. Reed was arrested and transported to the Wabash County Jail where she was cited for driving while license is suspended and no valid registration. Reed was held pending the posting of bond.

Rig shoulda stayed laying on the ground

On May 13, Mt. Carmel Police charged John A. Riglioni, 55 of Mt. Carmel, with possession of a controlled substance after police were called to the 100 block of West Ninth Street in reference to a  911 hang-up call. Police arrived on scene and located an intoxicated Riglioni lying on the ground. After EMS services treated Riglioni, he was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Police reported finding prescription pills on his person. Police transported him to the Wabash County Jail and held him pending the posting of bond. 

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