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WIQI News Archives for 2021-11

Iroquois County Covid 19 Update 11/30/21

As of 11/29/21, there have been 4,612 cases of COVID-19 and 81 individuals who have passed away with COVID-19 in Iroquois County. We extend our prayers and deepest condolences to the family, friends, and community members affected by these losses. There have been 82 new cases since our last update. 

43.24% of the population of Iroquois County are considered fully vaccinated.

ICPHD strives to provide accurate and relevant data to our community. We believe the new graphic below will provide the most pertinent data for county residents.

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 risk metrics please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/coronavirus/data/countymetrics.html?county=Iroquois

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 statistics and demographic data please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/data.html

Iroquois County Sheriff's Police news 11/29/21

 

On Nov. 19 Cole E. Tindle, no age or city listed, was arrested at the Iroquois County Courthouse on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear on a violation of order of protection charge. Tindle was taken to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond.

On Nov. 19 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Arturo J. Martinez, 28, Kentland, Indiana. According to police reports, Martinez was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear on a DUI charge. Martinez was transported to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.

On Nov. 24 Michael Barnes, 41, Gilman, turned himself in at the Iroquois County Jail. Barnes was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for burglary and criminal damage to property. Barnes posted the required bond and was released.

 

On Nov. 25 Milford Police arrested Nicholas Manning, 32, of Danville. According to police reports, Manning was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, fleeing/eluding, driving while license revoked, improper use of registration and improper lane usage. Manning was also wanted on a Kankakee County warrant for failure to appear on a driving while revoked charge. Manning was transported to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.

NEWTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE RELEASE

On the morning of November 25th, 2021 Newton County Dispatch received a call for an unknown issue at the residence of 661 South Newton Street in Goodland, IN. Upon officer’s arrival they met with the alleged victim whom stated her brother was out of control destroying the house and acting erratically.

 

Officer’s made contact with the male subject who was identified as 40 year old Kevin W. Stone of Goodland, IN.  Officers attempted to speak with Stone, whom was non-compliant.  Officers attempted to place him in handcuffs at which time Stone became violent and attempted to flee back into the residence.  Officers struggled with Kevin until which time a Taser was deployed and was found to have no effect. Stone then charged officers in an aggressive manner at which time further Taser deployments and pepper spray deployments were made with no effect.  Stone fled back into the residence at which time officers set a perimeter and attempted to make contact with Stone over the loud speaker. Stone was seen breaking multiple windows out of the residence however would not make further contact with officers.  A short time later smoke was seen coming from a broken upstairs window and the house became fully involved in fire. Goodland Fire Department and Kentland Fire Department arrived on scene and attempted to take control of the structure fire. The remains of an individual were later located in the upstairs of the residence and is awaiting a DNA test for positive identification.

 

Assisting Agencies: Benton County Sheriff’s Dept, Jasper County Sheriff’s Dept, Indiana State Police, Goodland PD, Fowler PD, Indiana Conservation, Indiana State Fire Marshall’s Office, Newton County Coroner, Newton County EMS, Kentland Fire Dept, Goodland Fire Dept and Newton County 9-1-1 Dispatch.

Little Mr. & Miss Snowflake Coloring Contest winners announced

The Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the Little Mister & Miss Snowflake Coloring Contest. The Little Mister & Miss Snowflake Contest was a coloring contest; open to area children ages 3 through 7. This year’s winners will ride in the 2021 Christmas Parade with Santa, Journey Harris of Watseka she is 6 years old, her parents are Joseph Harris & Jacey Kiger and Shane Sansone of Watseka he is 5 years old, his parents are Alyss Miller & Nick Sansone. The parade is set for 7:00 p.m. on Friday, November 26th. For more information please contact the Chamber office 815-432-2416.

Iroquois County Covid 19 Update 11/23/21

As of 11/20/21, there have been 4,530 cases of COVID-19 and 81 individuals who have passed away with COVID-19 in Iroquois County. We extend our prayers and deepest condolences to the family, friends, and community members affected by these losses. There have been 89 new cases since our last update. 

42.99% of the population of Iroquois County are considered fully vaccinated.

ICPHD strives to provide accurate and relevant data to our community. We believe the new graphic below will provide the most pertinent data for county residents.

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 risk metrics please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/coronavirus/data/countymetrics.html?county=Iroquois

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 statistics and demographic data please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/data.html

Iroquois County Sheriff's Police news 11/19/21

Milford Police arrested Antonietta R. Spina, 53, Milford Nov. 15. According to police reports, Spina was charged with domestic battery. Spina was transported to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.

Milford Police arrested Joseph E. Stamps, 26, Milford, Nov. 16. According to police reports, Stamps was arrested on an out of county warrant. He was transported to the Iroquois County Jail to await extradition.

 

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Lance D. Pierce, 32, Milford, Nov. 16. According to police reports, Pierce was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear on a possession of methamphetamines charge. Pierce was taken to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond.

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested James W. Konas, 35, Loda, Nov. 16. According to police reports, Konas was charged with domestic battery. Konas was transported to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Alisha D. Manzke, 30, Loda. Nov. 16. According to police reports, Manzke was wanted on a Ford County warrant for failure to appear on a traffic offense. Manzke was transported to the Ford County Jail for processing.

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested James L. Davenport, 37, Watseka, Nov. 16. According to police reports, Davenport was wanted on an Iroquois County warrant for failure to appear on a possession of meth charge. Davenport was transported to the Iroquois County Jail in lieu of bond.

 

Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a car versus deer accident Nov. 17 on County Road 2200 East approximate one-quarter of a mile south of County Road 2500 East. According to police reports, a vehicle driven by Jeffery K. Tatro, 40, of Bourbonnais, was northbound on 2200 East when a deer entered the roadway. Tatro was unable to avoid the deeper, striking it and causing more than $1,500 in damage. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.

 

Iroquois County Covid 19 Update 11/16/21

As of 11/13/21, there have been 4,441 cases of COVID-19 and 79 individuals who have passed away with COVID-19 in Iroquois County. We extend our prayers and deepest condolences to the family, friends, and community members affected by these losses. There have been 67 new cases since our last update. 

42.71% of the population of Iroquois County are considered fully vaccinated.

ICPHD strives to provide accurate and relevant data to our community. We believe the new graphic below will provide the most pertinent data for county residents.

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 risk metrics please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/coronavirus/data/countymetrics.html?county=Iroquois

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 statistics and demographic data please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/data.html

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE MAKE ARRESTS

On Nov. 12, 2021 at approximately 9:15 p.m., Illinois State Police (ISP) District 21 Troopers investigated a traffic crash with personal injuries on Illinois Route 1/17 near 2300 North in Kankakee County.

The Unit 1 driver, Alejandro Velazquez, a 21-year-old male from Bradley, IL was charged with Driving While Under the Influence (DUI) and Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident, while he was confined for his injuries at a local hospital.  Velazquez was issued a notice to appear for a future court appearance for the DUI.   

Body of man who fell in Kankakee River recovered

The body of a man who fell into the Kankakee River on Oct. 30 was recovered on Friday afternoon.

Kankakee County Coroner Bob Gessner said Robert L. Gaddis Jr., 60, of Riverdale, was found near where he fell while he was working on an irrigation system near Aroma Park.

COMMUNITY MEETING Thursday, November 18th – 1PM and 5:30PM at Watseka City Hall – 201 Briana Drive

The City of Watseka, in partnership with the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA), is undertaking a planning effort within the city. We invite you to be part of this Community Revitalization Strategy process by participating in the community meetings. Your participation will help our agency and the City of Watseka strategize for future planning and investment, and identify community needs and goals. The community meetings will share results from the Community Needs Assessment Survey, the Housing Stock Survey, and give residents an opportunity to share their vision for the future of Watseka. If you are unable to attend the community meetings in-person, you may access the presentation and input opportunities by scanning the QR code or following the link below. You can find the presentation by following this link: https://www.menti.com/qhwf53582k

NEWTON COUNTY PURSUIT UPDATE

PURSUIT UPDATE -

NEWTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE (11-10-21 1:26 am)

On Tuesday, November 9, 2021 3:51 PM, Officers from the Newton County Sheriff’s Office, Newton County Drug Task Force and Morocco Police Dept attempted to stop a black Dodge Charger driven by Rich Cantu.  Cantu was the subject of an outstanding warrant from Jasper County.

 

When officers attempted to stop the vehicle, Cantu fled.  An 11 minute pursuit ended when the suspect vehicle crashed into the Iroquois River near State Line CR 700W.  The female passenger escaped the vehicle without injury.  Cantu then fled the crash site.

 

Several law enforcement agencies, including a helicopter from Lake County, searched the area but did not locate the driver.  Dive teams from area Fire Departments confirmed there were no occupants in the vehicle.  

 

Information had been obtained that indicated Cantu had made it out of the area.

 

Cantu is a white 37 year old male, 5 foot 7 inches, 262 pounds.  Additional warrants have been issued for Rich Cantu for Resisting Law Enforcement with a vehicle (Level 6 felony), Criminal Confinement (Level 6 felony) and reckless driving (C Misd)

 

Anyone with information as to Cantu’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact local law enforcement immediately.

 

All suspects are considered innocent unless/until proven guilty in a court of law.?

 

Assisting agencies: Morocco Police, Drug Task Force, Kentland Police, Indiana State Police, Lake County Sheriff, Rensselaer Police, Jasper County Sheriff, Newton County EMS, Kentland Fire, Lake Township Fire, Morocco Fire and Newton County Dispatch.

PURSUIT ENDS IN IROQUOIS RIVER

On the afternoon of November 9, 2021, Newton County Sheriff’s Deputies, Newton County Drug Task Force and Morocco Police were involved in a vehicle pursuit through Beaver and Washington Townships.  The suspect vehicle was found to be crashed into the Iroquois River at CR 700W (State Line).

 

Several law enforcement agencies, including a helicopter from Lake County, searched the area but did not locate the driver.  Dive teams confirmed there were no occupants in the vehicle.

 

The suspect is described as a white male, 5 foot 9 inches, stocky build with short to shaved hair.

 

There does not appear to be an immediate threat to the area.  However, residents in the area are encouraged (as always) to remove keys from vehicles and lock doors.  Call 9-1-1 in the event you see anything suspicious.

 

This release will be updated within 24 hours with any additional information at that time.

 

Assisting agencies: Morocco Police, Drug Task Force, Kentland Police, Indiana State Police, Lake County Sheriff, Rensselaer Police, Jasper County Sheriff,  Newton County EMS, Kentland Fire, Lake Township Fire and Newton County Dispatch.

Chamber announces Grand Marshal for Christmas Parade

The City of Watseka’s annual lighted Christmas parade will be held Friday, November 26th, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. This year’s theme is “A Storybook Christmas”. The deadline to register for the parade is Friday, November 19th, 2021. Registration forms can be obtained at the Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce office at 110 South Third Street in Watseka or on their Facebook page. Prizes will be awarded in seven different categories. There is no entry fee to participate. Registrations of all kinds are being accepted. The annual lighting of the Christmas tree next to the post office on Walnut Street will take place at about 6:30pm. Along with the parade is this year’s Lil’ Mr. and Miss Snowflake Coloring Contest. This is open to area children ages 4 to 7 years old. Coloring sheets may be obtained at the Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce office 110 S. Third Street. Coloring sheets MUST be turned in by Friday, November 19th, 2021 to be included in the judging. One female and one male winner will be chosen by a panel of judges and named Lil’ Mr. & Miss Snowflake 2021. Winners will ride with Santa Claus during the November 26th Christmas Parade. Santa will be in his house on Walnut Street following the parade, Friday, November 26th. He will be in his house on Saturday, December 4th from 1p-3p, children are invited to come enjoy Storybook Time with Santa on Saturday, December 11th from 9a-10a at the Watseka Elks Lodge free tickets for this event are available please contact Amanda at the Chamber office 815-432-2416

Chamber announces Annual Lighted Christmas Parade & Holiday Events

The City of Watseka’s annual lighted Christmas parade will be held Friday, November 26th, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. This year’s theme is “A Storybook Christmas”. The deadline to register for the parade is Friday, November 19th, 2021. Registration forms can be obtained at the Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce office at 110 South Third Street in Watseka or on their Facebook page. Prizes will be awarded in seven different categories. There is no entry fee to participate. Registrations of all kinds are being accepted. The annual lighting of the Christmas tree next to the post office on Walnut Street will take place at about 6:30pm. Along with the parade is this year’s Lil’ Mr. and Miss Snowflake Coloring Contest. This is open to area children ages 4 to 7 years old. Coloring sheets may be obtained at the Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce office 110 S. Third Street. Coloring sheets MUST be turned in by Friday, November 19th, 2021 to be included in the judging. One female and one male winner will be chosen by a panel of judges and named Lil’ Mr. & Miss Snowflake 2021. Winners will ride with Santa Claus during the November 26th Christmas Parade. Santa will be in his house on Walnut Street following the parade, Friday, November 26th. He will be in his house on Saturday, December 4th from 1p-3p, children are invited to come enjoy Storybook Time with Santa on Saturday, December 11th from 9a-10a at the Watseka Elks Lodge free tickets for this event are available please contact Amanda at the Chamber office 815-432-2416

COVID-19 vaccine available for children ages 5 through 11 years old in Iroquois County

The Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) has Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine available for children ages 5 through 11 years old, in addition to individuals age 12 and older, by appointment Monday-Friday; 9 AM- 3:30 PM. To schedule an appointment call 815-432-2483. Additionally, ICPHD will be holding a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children ages 5 through 11 on Saturday, November 13 from 9 AM- 12 PM by appointment only. The vaccine for children ages 5 through 11 years is a smaller dose (10 μg), a third of the dose for individuals 12 years and older (30 μg). The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is administered as a series of two doses, 3 weeks apart, for all eligible individuals. Please note that individuals under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present at the time of vaccination. At this time, there is no cost for the COVID-19 vaccine. If you do not feel well the day of your appointment or are in isolation or quarantine, please do not attend. Patients will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after the vaccination. Please wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection. The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at: http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq. For individual concerns regarding allergies or other medical conditions please consult your own medical provider. 

Iroquois County Covid 19 Update 11/9/21

As of 11/06/21, there have been 4,374 cases of COVID-19 and 79 individuals who have passed away with COVID-19 in Iroquois County. We extend our prayers and deepest condolences to the family, friends, and community members affected by these losses. There have been 56 new cases since our last update. 

42.71% of the population of Iroquois County are considered fully vaccinated.

ICPHD strives to provide accurate and relevant data to our community. We believe the new graphic below will provide the most pertinent data for county residents.

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 risk metrics please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/coronavirus/data/countymetrics.html?county=Iroquois

For more information on Iroquois County COVID-19 statistics and demographic data please visit: https://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/data.html

JJ, Pfizer, and Moderna host Covid-19 Booster Clinics

The Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) has Johnson & Johnson, along with Pfizer and Moderna, COVID-19 Vaccine boosters available for eligible individuals by appointment Monday-Friday; 9 AM- 3:30 PM. To  schedule an appointment call 815-432-2483. 


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Illinois Department of Public Health recommend a booster shot of COVID-19 vaccine for individuals in certain populations or in high-risk occupational and institutional settings. 


• CDC recommends the following groups should receive boosters:
* People 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings
* People aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions
* Additionally, CDC recommends the following groups may be considered for boosters:
* People aged 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions
* People aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting


At this time, there is no cost for the COVID-19 vaccine. Pregnant/breastfeeding individuals will need to bring written documentation from their Physician to receive the vaccine.


Please bring your COVID-19 vaccine card to your appointment. If you do not feel well the day of your appointment or are in isolation or quarantine, please do not attend. Patients will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after the vaccination. Please wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection. 


The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at: http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq.

 

For individual concerns regarding allergies or other medical conditions please consult your own medical provider.

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE ANNOUNCE RESULTS OF NIGHTTIME ENFORCEMENT PATROLS

 Illinois State Police (ISP) District 21 Commander, Captain Don Aaron Harsy, announces the results of Nighttime Enforcement (NITE) patrols in Kankakee County on October 16 and 30, 2021. These NITE patrols allowed the ISP to focus on preventing, detecting, and taking enforcement action in response to impaired driving and occupant restraint violations especially between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

 

Violations Enforcement Activity

Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Citations 6

Other Alcohol/Drug Citations 8

Occupant Restraint Offenses 0

Registration Offenses 6

Driver’s License Offenses 5

Insurance Violations 6

Total Citations/Arrests 61

Total Written Warnings 49

 

Alcohol and drug impairment is a factor in more than 30 percent of all fatal motor vehicle crashes in Illinois. Over half of all fatal crashes in Illinois occur at night. The NITE program allows officers to work even harder at removing dangerous impaired drivers from the road and making sure everyone is buckled up. This project is funded through the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Iroquois County Sheriff's Police news 11/3/21

ON Nov. 1st, Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a single-vehicle accident on County Road 27800 East at the intersection of County Road 1200 North. According to police repots, a vehicle driven by Conner M. Bennett, 25, Sheldon, was traveling north on County Road 2800 East when he failed to negotiate the curve in the roadway where 2800 East intersects with 1200 North. Bennett’s vehicle left the roadway and entered the field on the west die of 2800 East. Upon further investigation, Bennett showed signs of alcohol and drug impairment and was placed in custody for driving under the influence elf a combination of drugs and alcohol and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. He was transported to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond and was released.

 

On Oct. 31st, Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Mary M. Meszaros, 67, Thawville. According to police reports, Meszaros was charged with violation of an order of proaction after being served. She was placed in custody and transported to the Iroquois County Jail where she posted the required bond and was released.

 

Oct. 30th,

Police were called to the 800 block of East Walnut interference to individuals yelling outside of the business. Arrested for battery was Heather J. Brewer, 25, of Watseka. Brewer was transported to the Iroquois County Jail without incident.

Moderna Boosters Available by Appointment with the ICPHD

The Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) has Moderna, along with Pfizer, COVID-19 Vaccine boosters available for eligible individuals by appointment Monday-Friday; 9 AM- 3:30 PM. To schedule an appointment call 815- 432-2483.

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Illinois Department of Public Health recommend a booster shot of COVID-19 vaccine for individuals in certain populations or in high-risk occupational and institutional settings. For Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, a single COVID-19 vaccine booster dose is recommended 6 months after completion of an mRNA primary series, for eligible individuals. The Moderna booster dose is a smaller 50 microgram dose. 

 

CDC recommends the following groups should receive boosters: people 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings: people aged 50–64 years with underlying medical conditions. Additionally, CDC recommends the following groups may be considered for boosters: people aged 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions people aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting At this time, there is no cost for the COVID-19 vaccine. Pregnant/breastfeeding individuals will need to bring written documentation from their Physician to receive the vaccine. Please bring your COVID-19 vaccine card to your appointment. If you do not feel well the day of your appointment or are in isolation or quarantine, please do not attend. Patients will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after the vaccination.

 

Please wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection. The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at: http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq. For individual concerns regarding allergies or other medical conditions please consult your own medical provider.

Iroquois County Sheriff's Police news 11/1/21

On Oct. 26, Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police arrested Jonathan Theofield-Shaw, 23, Onarga. According to police reports, Theofield-Shaw had a Vermilion County warrant for failure to appear on a traffic offense. Theofield-Shaw was transported to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond and was released.

 

On Oct. 27, Iroquois County SHeriff’s Police arrested Robert A. Miller, 53, Danforth. According to police reports, Miller was charged with battery. Miller was taken to the Iroquois County Jail where he posted the required bond.

 

On Oct. 27, Iroquois County Sheriff’s P police arrested Isaiah A. Britt, 34, of Rantoul. According to police reports, Britt was wanted on a Champaign County warrant. Britt was also charged with obstructing identification. Britt was taken to the Iroquois County Jail, where he was extradited on the warrant.

 

Accidents

 

On Oct. 27 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a car versus deer accident on County Road 1400 North near County Road 1980 East. According to police reports, a vehicle driven by Merle E. Kottke, 49, Woodland, was westbound on 1400 North when a deer entered the roadway. Kottke was unable to avoid the deer, striking it and causing more than $1,500 in damage to the vehicle. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.

 

On Oct. 29 Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a two-vehicle accident at the Iroquois West High School. According to police reports, a vehicle driven by Jasmin R. Lopes, 19, of Onarga was backing from a parking spot when she backed into a parked vehicle owned by Jennifer L. Mims of Gilman. There was more than $1,500 in damage. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.

 

On Oct. 29, Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police investigated a single-vehicle accident on County Road 800 North at approximately 500 East. According to police reports, a vehicle driven by Nathan L. Kaeb, 26, of Loda, was eastbound on 800 North. Kaeb fell asleep at the whee, and entered the south ditch. The vehicle then struck a culvert/drain on the west side of a field entrance. There was more than $1,500 in damage to the vehicle and airbags were deployed. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Buckley Fire/EMS also resounded and assisted with the scene.

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