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November 15 Morrison Police Report

Morrison Chief of Police Brian Melton reports the following Arrests made and Citations issued since Friday, November 15, 2019.

Arrests:  On Sunday, November 17, 2019, at approximately 9:14 p.m., Morrison Police responded to 321 N. Jackson Street, Morrison, IL, after receiving a report of a domestic at this residence.  As the result of an investigation, Morrison Police arrested and charged Philip J. Halas, age 45 of Morrison, with Aggravated Domestic Battery (Class 2 Felony.)  Halas was transported to the Whiteside County Jail.  The Morrison Police were assisted by the Whiteside County Sheriff's Office with this incident.

On Friday, November 22, 2019, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Morrison Police responded to 409 Park Court, Morrison, IL, regarding a report of a theft that occurred at this residence.  As a result of the investigation, Morrison Police arrested and charged Allyison M. Mucci, age 18 of Morrison, with Theft (Under $500 – Class A Misdemeanor.)  Mucci was transported to the Whiteside County Jail and was processed and released on a Notice to Appear.

The following Citations were issued.




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Violation Cited

11-16-19 Zachary C. Karn  22 Morrison, IL Obstructed Windows (Tint) 
11-16-19 Male Juvenile  17 Morrison, IL Speeding 
11-16-19 Male Juvenile  15 Morrison, IL Possession of Cannabis (<10g) 
11-17-19 Female Juvenile  17 Morrison, IL Possession Drug Paraphernalia 
11-17-19 Whitney N. Dobbins  22 Morrison, IL Possession of Alcohol in Public Place 
11-17-19 Dennis C. Martin  18 Prophetstown, IL Operating Uninsured Vehicle
11-21-19 Levi S. Hurst  75 New Holland, PA Improper Lane Usage 
11-21-19 Neil P. Petersen  22 Clinton, IA Expired Registration 
11-23-19 Abbie L. Terry  23 Morrison, IL Possession of Cannabis (<10g) 
11-23-19 Oracio C. Soto  49 Chicago, IL Operating Uninsured Vehicle
11-23-19 Dennis M. Gardner  57 Sterling, IL Speeding
11-26-19 Kathleen C. Bryan  35 Morrison, IL Failure to Reduce Speed (Accident) 

The public is reminded that these are merely charges, and all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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