Two people remained in the Marion County Jail Saturday after being arrested in separate incidents for alleged domestic battery. 29-year-old David Renfro of East Sixth in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police and 46-year-old Charles Weathersby of South Monroe in Kinmundy by Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies.
18-year-old Lewis Krueger of Hollowell Road in Kinmundy was arrested for alleged criminal damage to property. He was arrested by sheriff’s deputies after they responded to the parking lot of the Kinmundy Christian Church to a report of two males that were reportedly getting ready to fight. Krueger allegedly admitted to damaging a vehicle in the parking lot by kicking and punching it.
53-year-old Gary White of North Locust in Iuka was arrested by sheriff’s deputies for alleged disorderly conduct.
Two others remain in custody on outstanding warrants. 34-year-old Jordan Picard of South Heritage in Irvington was arrested on an outstanding felony Marion County failure to appear warrant. 20-year-old Christian McClelland of Lincoln Street in Centralia was arrested by Centralia Police on an outstanding Marion County misdemeanor warrant.
Salem Police arrested 26-year-old Aaron Shaw of Oglesby Street in Salem for retail theft. Shaw was taken into custody at the Salem Wal-Mart Store at 2:37 Friday afternoon. He later was released after posting $150 bond at the Marion County Jail.