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Saline County Sheriff's blotter

 
updated: 5/1/2018 12:49 PM

The following information was obtained from the Saline County Sheriff's Office. Note that arrests and charges are allegations only, not findings of guilt.

April 17

• Barbara J. Gwaltney, 41, of Harrisburg, charged with driving on a suspended/revoked license. She posted $150 bond.

April 19

• Michael J. Irvin, 34, of Galatia, was charged with failure to appear. He was released by the judge.

• Miranda J. Key, 23, of Harrisburg, was charged with failure to appear. She was released on her own recognizance.

• Heather A Zunker, 30, of Harrisburg, was arrested on a warrant for Criminal Trespass To Land. She posted $250 bond.

• Ramonte S. Scott, 24, of Harrisburg, was charged with obstructing justice, unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and possession of a stolen firearm. He posted $5000 bond.

• Dylan L. Gunter, 19, of Shawneetown, was charged with false personation of an officer. He posted $300 bond.

April 20

• Mushan L. Fann, 18, of Carrier Mills, was charged with armed robbery and two counts of armed forced home invasion. He remains in the Saline County Detention Center.

April 21

• Victor L. Fuller, 43, of Harrisburg, was arrested on warrants for domestic battery and obstructing justice. He posted $700 bond.

• Thomas M. Newell, 26, of Carrier Mills, was charged with obstructing justice and driving on a suspended/revoked license, plus a warrant out of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri for failure to appear. He remains in the Saline County Detention Center.

April 22

• Mariah G Amburgey, 18, of Eldorado, was charged with failure to appear. She was released on her own recognizance.

• Shavon C. Crim, 26, of Golconda, was charged with failure to appear. She posted $275 bond.

April 23

• Keysha T. Dismuke, 29, of Carrier Mills, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing justice, possession of a controlled substance and manufacturing/delivery of controlled substances. She remains in the Saline County Detention Center.