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White County warrant detail results in five arrests so far on Thursday

The Carmi Police Department, White County Sheriff’s Department, and Southern Illinois Drug Task Force began a White County warrant detail at 5 am Thursday morning that so far has resulted in five arrests.

31 year old Karl Holland was taken into custody at his apartment on 8th Street on a warrant for unlawful delivery of methamphetamine.  He is being held at the White County Jail on a $7500 bond.

20 year old Matthew Lemond was arrested at 5:36 am at his Sycamore Street residence on a warrant for unlawful possession of a debit card of another, and for theft under $2500.  He is being held at the White County Jail on a $2000 bond.

44 year old Kimberly Carter was taken into custody at a residence on 7th Street on two counts of unlawful delivery of methamphetamine.  At the time of her arrest, Carter was additionally charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of a cannabis plant, and violation of an order of protection.  Carter is being held on a $7500 bond for the original charges.

37 year old Alison Glascock turned herself into Carmi Police at the Department lobby after officers made contact with her.  Glascock was wanted on a warrant for one count of unlawful delivery of methamphetamine and three counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance.  She is being held on a $7500 bond.

38 year old Jason Digby of Carmi was arrested at a residence on Schumaker Street on a warrant for disorderly conduct-threatening bodily harm.  He is being held at the White County Jail on a $150 bond.

Carmi Police Chief Jason Carter reported that all the arrests were made without incident and that more arrests are expected in connection with the detail.