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Resisting police, stolen lawn equipment and the uninsured featured in Carmi weekend report

Posted by on Monday, July 15th, 2019 @ 5:37 pm.

CARMI, Ill. - White County authorities handled, over the weekend, everything from a stolen weedeater to a female who appears to enjoy fighting with officers of the law.

A Carmi woman earned herself an additional charge after authorities say she became violent with corrections staff during booking.

Neola Wilson's latest mug of many

Reports indicate that Neola Dawn Wilson, 21 of the 800 block of North Seventh St., Carmi, was taken into custody Saturday, July 13, at 10:29 p.m. on an outstanding arrest warrant, out of Edwards County for Failure to Appear in a Driving Under the Influence case.

Police say that Wilson was at first uncooperative at the scene of her arrest at 609 North Sixth St., Carmi, but then thought better of her bad behavior and calmed down.

That ‘calm’ apparently didn’t last much longer than the ride to the county jail where authorities say, at about4:25 a.m. Sunday morning, she became combative with at least one of the corrections officers, causing injury.

Ms. Wilson was then additionally charged with Resisting a Peace Officer.

Her White County criminal history includes multiple orders of protection in 2015 involving Billy Butler and Lance Wilson.

She was convicted September 11,2017 of Resisting a Peace Officer and sentenced to court supervision for two years and ordered to pay $367 in fines and fees, of which she still owes $297.

A Domestic Battery charge in November of 2017 was reduced to Disorderly Conduct, for which she was convicted and sentenced to conditional discharge for two years and order to fork over another $482 in fines and fees, of which she has paid nothing.

And at the time of her most recent arrest she was already serving a 2018 sentence following convictions for Criminal Trespass and Unlawful Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor, for which she was sentenced to probation for two years and ordered to shell out another $962 in fines and fees, of which she hasn’t bothered to pay the first dime, and to undergo alcohol treatment.

In her most recent criminal case, Wilson was ultimately held on $100 cash bond.

Uninsured from Belle Rive

A Belle Rive woman was arrested Sunday, July 14, at 5:26 p.m. and charged with Driving While License Suspended and Operating an Uninsured Motor Vehicle.

According to police reports, Summer Dawn Richardson, 34, was cited on Fifth Street at Sycamore St. in Carmi and then released to the White County Ambulance Service for transport to Hamilton Memorial Hospital.

The four-door Dodge Charger she was driving at the time was registered to Lewis W. Richardson, of 211 East Olive St., McLeansboro.

The vehicle was towed from the scene and ultimately impounded.

Who steals a lawnmower with no motor...?

Alton A. Folz, age 22, of 800 West Fackney St., Carmi, reported several items stolen out of the back of his truck.

Folz reported at 7:19 p.m., Sunday, July 14, that while his truck was parked at his residence, someone made off with a green Snapper push mower, without engine, and an Echo weedeater.

The items were valued at approximately $225.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of the stolen items, to include anybody spotted pushing a green lawnmower around in their yard with no motor, is asked to contact local authorities.

The investigation into the thefts is ongoing.

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