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May 24, 2013

Police, fire calls

DANVILLE — Here’s a look at recent law enforcement calls:



Theft in the 500 block of West Woodbury Street.

Theft of a TracFone in the 1200 block of East Main Street.

Theft of a bicycle in the 1200 block of East Main Street.

Dirt bike taken in the 400 block of Elizabeth Street.


Criminal damage/domestic battery in the unit block of Tillman Avenue.

Window screen damaged in the 900 block of Hubbard Lane.

Robbery/theft in the 3600 block of North Vermilion Street.

Criminal damage at Community Church of God, 535 S. Bowman Ave.

Theft/misplaced property at No. 1 Hibachi and Grill Buffet, 4117 N. Vermilion St.

Burglary to an automobile in the 700 block of East Main Street.


Burglary to a resident in the 100 bloc k of South Crawford Street.

Male arrested in connection with domestic battery in the unit block of Park Street.

Vermilion County


Theft in the 500 block of Garfield Street in Georgetown.

Accidents involving tickets or injuries include:

Thursday, 5:40 p.m.At Vermilion Street and Harding Place involving Erika L. Wills, 20, of Catlin, and Steve F. Pettice, 66, of Potomac. Pettice was ticketed for operating an uninsured vehicle and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident.

Firefighters responded to the following calls:

Thursday, 10:15-10:39 a.m.Medical call in the 1100 block of Texas Avenue.

Thursday, 1:24-1:30 p.m.Medical call in the 800 block of North Hazel Street.

Thursday, 3:03-3:56 p.m.Assist Medix in the 500 block of Commercial Street.

Thursday, 9:23-9:31 p.m.Assist Medix in the 1300 block of North Vermilion Street.

Today, 12:35-12:48 a.m.Smoke investigation at Jackson and Davidson streets.

Today, 2:43-2:59 a.m.Alarm investigation in the 1400 block of Eastview Avenue.

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