Aquinnah Lynn Lewis, daughter of Amy and Allen Lewis of Oswego, was baptized Feb. 10 in Grace United Methodist Church, La Salle by the Rev. Jennifer Wilson.
Christine M. Weibel, 29, of 319 Luce St., Dalzell was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, a Class 1 felony, after Tri-County Drug Enforcement Narcotics Team and Illinois Valley Special Response Team executed a search warrant of her residence and discovered 16 grams of purported cocaine, according to TRI-DENT. Weibel was picked up on a Bureau County warrant for the charge Saturday at Two Fools Tap in La Salle.
Christopher M. Matthews, 38, of 15259 3100 East St., Spring Valley was picked up at 11:57 p.m. Monday at 14th and Peoria streets, Peru on a La Salle County warrant for failure to appear on a charge of driving with a suspended license, according to Peru police.
Darius L. Wilson, 22, of 737 Seventh St., La Salle was charged with driving while license suspended, failure to stop when required, failure to signal when required, failure to update address and operating an uninsured motor vehicle at 7:49 p.m. Monday at Fourth and Sterling streets, according to La Salle police.
Willis J. Mallard, 27, of 619 23rd St., Apt. C, La Salle was charged with driving while license suspended, improper lighting and failure to update address at 11:30 p.m. Monday in the 300 block of Civic Road, according to La Salle police. In the same incident, passenger Darren D. Thomas¸ 21, of La Salle was picked up on a La Salle County failure to appear warrant, according to police.
Errol White Jr., 41, of 1130 Third St., La Salle was charged with driving while license suspended and operating an uninsured motor vehicle at 1:10 p.m. Monday on Route 351 near the Shippingsport Bridge, according to La Salle police.
Michael S. Magana, 25, of 503 Montgomery St., Streator wand Nicole M. Dunning, 27, of 112 W. 12th St., Streator were charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance (cocaine) Friday at an unspecified location, the Tri-County Drug Enforcement Narcotics Team (TRI-DENT) said in a press release issued Monday. Magana and Dunning were charged after they allegedly delivered purported cocaine to a cooperating source under TRI-DENT surveillance, police said. Upon arrest, Magana allegedly possessed additional cocaine and was charged with one count of unlawful possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).
Both could face 4-15 years in prison. Magana’s bond was set at $250,000.
Dunning was ordered held on $100,000.