Warrant Wednesday: May 23, 2018 - WSIL-TV 3 Southern Illinois

Warrant Wednesday: May 23, 2018

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WSIL -- Multiple sheriff's departments are asking for the public's help finding people with outstanding warrants.

JEFFERSON COUNTY

Joshua Marlowe, 33, is wanted for the charge of unauthorized video recording. He is described as 5'11" tall, 169 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Marlowe is last known to be living in Mt. Vernon.


Roy Roper, 55, is wanted for the charge of disorderly conduct. He is described as 6'1" tall, 225 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. Roper is last known to be living in Mt. Vernon.


Christopher Rogers, 27, is wanted for failing to appear for a burglary charge. He is described as 6'1" tall, 150 pounds with red hair and blue eyes. Rogers is last known to be living in Mt. Vernon.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY

David E. Wallace, 41, is wanted for the charge of residential burglary. He is described as 5'6" tall, 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Wallace is last known to be living in Herrin. His bond is set at $10,000.00.


Shannon Elizabeth Dorris, 39, is wanted for the charge of manufacturing cannabis with the intent to deliver. She is described as 5'10" tall, 145 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. Dorris is last known to be living in Pittsburg. Her bond is set at $75,000.00.


Tyreece Lamar Oliver, 21, is wanted for the charge of domestic battery causing bodily harm. He is described as 6'1" tall, 236 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. His bond is set at $3,000.00.

SALINE COUNTY

Michael A. Zentz, 34, is wanted for charges of unlawful possession of weapons by a felon, aggravated fleeing, trying to elude a police officer, violation of possession of meth, burglary, and criminal damage to property. Zentz is last known to be living in Carrier Mills.

If you recognize any of these people, do not approach or try to apprehend them. Just make note of as many details as possible. Then contact your local law enforcement agency. 

Jefferson County Crime Stoppers (618) 242-TIPS (8477)

Williamson County Crime Stoppers (800) 414-TIPS (8477)

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