White County Sheriff’s Deputy, Nick Capeheart has nabbed six individuals wanted on White County warrants.
Beginning on Friday July 15th at around 12:15 p.m., Capeheart went to 420 IL Hwy 141 in Norris City looking for 42 year old Tim H Robinson. When the deputy arrived, Robinson was standing in his front yard. Following a positive ID, Capeheart informed Robinson that there was a warrant for his arrest for leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury or death and for driving while license suspended. Robinson was transported to the White County Jail where bond was set at $1500. He paid bond and was released.
About an hour later, while on routine patrol, Capeheart saw a male walking that he believed to be wanted on a White County warrant. The deputy made contact with the individual who identified himself as Timothy L Roberts of 201 6th Street in Carmi. Capeheart ran Roberts information and it was confirmed that Roberts was wanted for failure to appear for aggravated battery. Roberts was taken into custody without incident and transported to the White County Jail. Roberts is currently being held on a $5,000 cash bond.
Just after 6 pm that evening, Capeheart spotted an individual standing in a yard on North Summit Street that was wanted on a warrant for theft. Capeheart knew the individual was 35 year old Dylan G Depser of Peoria. When he made contact with Depser, he told the deputy that he knew had a warrant out of Peoria but they would not extradite. Capeheart informed Desper of the White County warrant that had recently been issued. Desper was taken into custody without incident and transported to the White County Jail. Desper is being held on a $2,000 cash bond.
On Saturday morning, Deputy Capeheart along with an officer with the CPD went to 923 West Smith Street to serve a warrant on 34 year old Adam Scott Brown. Browns father answered the door and confirmed that Adam was inside the residence. When Adam came to the door the officers informed Brown that they were there because he had a warrant for his arrest for unlawful possession of meth, and unlawful possession of a hypodermic syringe. Brown was taken into custody without incident and transported to the White County Jail where he is being held on a $5000 cash bond.
Later that morning, Capeheart arrived at 106 Winkler Street in Crossville to serve a warrant on 31 year old William E Locklar. Upon arrival, Locklar’s mother answered the door and told the deputy that he was inside the residence but was asleep. Capeheart requested that Locklar come to the front door of the residence. Lockler was wanted on two separate warrants, one for criminal damage to property with a $250 cash bail and the second for disorderly conduct with a $100 cash bail. Locklar was transported to the White Count Jail without incident where he is being held on a $350 bond.
While on routine patrol in Norris City on Sunday, July 17th, Capeheart observed 43 year old Jason L Cannon of 444 Co Rd 625 N, standing in front of Kelly’s Quick Stop. The deputy knew that Cannon was wanted on a White County warrant for failure to appear for DUI of alcohol. Cannon was taken into custody without incident and transported to the White County Jail, where he is currently being held.