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Police Blotter: DUI, Drug, Fire Alarm Charges

Felony and DUI arrests made by the Joliet Police Department and other law enforcement agencies.

Sherman I. Adkins, 26, 416 S. Joliet, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff's Office and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 9 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Malik S. Neal, 17, 213 S. Raynor, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 9 on charges of aggravated battery of a peace officer, resisting/obstructing a peace officer and ostructing justice/destroying evidence.

Pamela Ann Vincent, 35, 216 S. Joliet St., Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 9 on a charge of felony retail theft and on a parole violation.

Joyce Dennis, 61, 2011 Mayfield, Joliet, arrested by the New Lenox Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 10 on charges of distribution of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance.

John Matthew Warren, 31, 1707 E. Laraway, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff's Office and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 10 on charges of possession of 30 to 500 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Devita A. McCullum, 56, 209 Richards St., Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff's Office and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Deandra M. Scott, 25, 1354 Gordon, Calumet City, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on a charge of felony domestic battery and on a warrant for failure to appear.

Eddie L. Epps, 25, 505 Morgan, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on a charge of unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle.

Salvador Tierrablanca, 37, 213 N. Eastern, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on a charge of aggravated driving under the influence.

Sergio Pinedo, 40, 2039 Kentland, Romeoville, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on a charge of aggravated driving under the influence.

Joy L. Truesdale, 40, 901 Maple, Evanston, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 13 on a charge of giving a false fire alarm.

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GlockG22Shoots40s January 14, 2013 at 02:38 PM
What's with Grandma dealin drugs??? WTF?
barbyumi January 14, 2013 at 08:04 PM
Our Will County Judges are way too lenient on violators today. They should all be replaced!
John Roberts January 17, 2013 at 02:29 PM
Not lenient.it's just how the laws are stated.and you can not prison your way to a safer society.lol look at the generation ages in these cases.from old to very young get DUI.and drug posession.and the new generations that come in will be looking for something too.and when they can not find the stuff to get high they create it with chemicals.and the new generations that come in will also DUI.now I have seen for my self a man bailed out on $300 for domestic,went home and killed his wife.and a an uncle of mine got caught with marijuana is about 50yrs old got his bail set at $150,000 and got 2 years in prison.the other guy Lockport police shot him to death in his moms front yard.its not leniency it is commone sense and Will County has Absolutly none of it.A 2004 report said "of all the young adults that went to rehab did so to avoid jail time when offered the choice"and rehab statistics is where we get federal government saying everyone is an addict.and most of the people that were forced treatment went back to using and all that money wasted.we fill prisons up with drug dealers and users and wonder why we can not even keep drugs from maximum security prisons meaning if you turned America into a prison you will still never keep the drugs out.but rest assured more and more prisons are being built to suit you.in the freest country in the world we have the most people locked up in prison.most are non violent drug users and dealers who everyone else has to pay for and their families
Hartz January 25, 2013 at 04:30 AM
John, you said it. Illinois has some of the more strict laws in our country. Our crime rate is teetering back and forth between 1st and 3rd? I believe our prisons are more over populated than others also. What we are doing is not working...
John Roberts January 25, 2013 at 02:36 PM
Save her house,pay for prescriptions we give out free to other countries,pay for food,gas,lights,water...does not look like she can do the work to support herself...can not bust ass like e younger generations..after your laid off or replaced,unemployment does not do crap nor does Social Security....I don't blame her...if she did it to stay alive and have some money..then this is a clear message to the politicians we are not doing enough for our elders to make sure they are ok...When Gma has to start selling drugs things are going to shit....quickly

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