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Police Reports

Police 5-3-18

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Bryan C. Wilson, 28, Ottawa, was arrested Thursday on the 1200 block of Douglas Street on a complaint of domestic battery. He was taken to La Salle County Jail.

Thomas E. Knott, 73, Ottawa, was cited Wednesday on the 1100 block of La Salle Street on complaints of displaying a false insurance card, no insurance and unlawful use of an electronic communications device. Knott was given a notice to appear in court.


Harlan Martin, 55, Streator, was arrested at 1:52 p.m. Wednesday at the police station on a complaint of disorderly conduct. Martin was given a notice to appear in La Salle County court.

Alex Mosley, 28, Chicago, was arrested 2:24 a.m. Thursday at the 609 E. Everett St. on a complaint of criminal trespass to state supported property. He was given a notice to appear in La Salle County Court.

A Black Schwinn Chopper bicycle was reported stolen Wednesday from the back yard of a home on the 100 block of West 12th Street.

Police took a report a dog had scratched the paint Wednesday of a vehicle door at Marilla Park.

La Salle County

Darryl Wrona, 52, rural Sheridan, was arrested 6:50 p.m. Wednesday on a complaint of domestic battery. Wrona was taken to La Salle County Jail.

Fire calls

Streator firefighters responded to an activated smoke detector 1:30 a.m. Thursday at 115 S. Wasson St. Firefighters found no fire and determined the detector was faulty.

Ottawa firefighters responded to a crash 12:24 p.m. Wednesday at mile marker 90 on Interstate 80 westbound. A trailer pulled by a truck was rolled over but the truck was in the upright position. An ambulance was called to the scene.

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