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Police and fire reports for Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

Published: Monday, Jan. 27, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST

Jack T. Kilgore, 33, of Sterling; turned himself in at 10:20 a.m. Friday at the police department; two counts of burglary at Walmart; taken to Whiteside County jail on $10,000 bond.

Ronald C. Quesenberry, 65, of Lyndon; 12:09 p.m. Friday in the 2600 block of East Lincolnway; no seat belt; given notice to appear in court.

Jason A. Knopp, 39, of Sterling; 7:21 p.m. Friday at Avenue M and West Fourth Street; intoxicated pedestrian and improper walking on a highway; given notice to appear in court.

Samantha R. Bennett, 25, of Sterling; 9:44 a.m. Saturday at East Fourth Street and Third Avenue; driving while license suspended; given notice to appear in court.

Teresa A. Moser, 43, of Sterling; 1:46 p.m. Saturday at East Fifth Street and 16th Avenue; no seat belt; posted driver’s license.

Dixon Police

Raymond R. Schultheis, 30, of Dixon; 7:36 p.m. Saturday in the 800 block of East Graham Street; violating an order of protection; taken to Lee County Jail.

Whiteside County Sheriff

Michael T. Mathews, 29, of Milledgeville; 8:47 a.m. Friday on state Route 40 north of Pilgrim Road in rural Sterling; driving too fast for conditions; posted bond.

Faviola Moreno-Cruz, 29, of Rock Falls; 10:50 a.m. Saturday at state Route 40 and Gaulrapp Road; failure to yield at the intersection; cited and released.

State Police

Gerald E. Irwin, 30, of Poplar Grove; 3:49 p.m. Friday on Interstate 39 in Ogle County; driving too fast for conditions.

James Allen Konieczny, 50, of Newnan, Ga.; 11:07 p.m. Friday on I-39 in Lee County; driving too fast for conditions, issued individual bond and given notice to appear in court.

Rolando Paz, 50, of Key Largo, Fla.; 11:39 p.m. Friday on I-39 in Ogle County; improper lane usage, issued individual bond and given notice to appear in court.

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