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February 12, 2014

Feb. 12, 2014: Police reports


Feb. 7, 11:30 p.m., state police arrested Lorrie A. Richie, 43, 4700 block of Pavaloin Court, Kokomo, on a charge of operating while intoxicated with a controlled substance.

Feb. 8, 2:11 a.m., police arrested Jonathan D. Winterrowd, 28, 12000 block of West 100 South, Kokomo, on charges of operating while intoxicated, resisting law enforcement, operator never licensed and battery on a law enforcement officer.

Feb. 8, 2:37 a.m., state police arrested Joseph B. Esslinger, 32, 800 block of North Maple Street, Converse, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 8, 4:30 p.m., police arrested Robert H. Smith, 29, 300 block of Adams Avenue, Peru, on a warrant for theft and driving while suspended with priors.

Feb. 9, 1:50 a.m., state police arrested Talan B. Stuber, 23, 200 block of West Pearl Street, Bunker Hill, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 9, 2:54 a.m., police arrested Charles D. Smith, 46, 5400 block of East Mill Street, Amboy, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 9, 3:32 a.m., deputies arrested Jesse J. Powell, 32, 1100 block of Rosewood Drive, Peru, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 9, 4 a.m., deputies arrested Darcie Donnelly, 22, 100 block of South Clay Street, Peru, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 9, 4:59 a.m., state police arrested Glenn A. McWhorter, 46, Wabash, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 10, 12:15 a.m., deputies arrested Jodi L. Laycock, 41, 13000 block of North 400 East, Roann, on a charge of operating while intoxicated.

Feb. 10, 10:30 a.m., deputies arrested Thomas W. Carlson, 26, 2900 block of South 300 West, Peru, on a warrant for maintaining a common nuisance.

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