THE CHRISTIAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REPORTS THE FOLLOWING:
Rachel A. Dixon, of 46 Hannon, Taylorville was arrested on April 15 on a bond forfeiture warrant for driving with a suspended license.
On April 15, Nathan T. Mount, 18, of Shelbyville was traveling eastbound on Rt. 104 approaching the entrance for 794 Ilinois Rt. 104. Mount began to slow down to turn into the entrance. Donald Runyon Jr, 34, of Kincaid and two passengers Jessica Koonce, 20, of Bulpitt and Caleb Sarver, 18, of Cowden were traveling eastbound on Illinois Rt. 104. Runyon stated he did not see any brake lights on Mounts vehicle. Runyon said that when he realized Mount had stopped, he hit the brakes and was unable to avoid hitting Mount. Runyon left black marks on the roadway from applying the brakes for approximately 55ft. The brake lights on Mount 1998 Chevrolet Conversion were checked and were not functioning property.
On April 14, Kyle E. Wessbecher, 28, of Mt. Pulaski, was parked with no one inside in the parking lot at the South Fork Dirt Riders. Kruise E. Cross, 21, of Springfield was parked next to Wessbecher in the parking lot. Cross was leaving the parking spot and hit Wessbecher with the rear end of the pickup. Wessbecher had damage to the front right side panel and door. Cross left the scene and was found at 1351 S. Shumway, Taylorville. Cross had damage to the back bumper and right back panel of his 2007 Chevrolet Silverado.
THE TAYLORVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS THE FOLLOWING:
A Taylorville Police officer went to Hannon Trailer Court and made contact with a female subject that he knew had a valid warrant out of Chirstian County. Rachel A. Dixon, 27, of Taylorville name was ran through the Law Enforcement Agency Data System and the warrant was verified. She was placed under arrest and transported to the Christian County Correctional Center in lieu of bond.