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Archive for May 27th, 2010

Ottawa woman arrested on heroin related charge

Posted by wlpo on May 27, 2010

More drug charges for a woman already facing charges in La Salle and Cook Counties.

Ottawa Police Narcotics Detectives say they found Ashley Baima hiding in a closet in her Ottawa home while searching it yesterday.  They also say they found what they believe is heroin and paraphernalia for using heroin.

Baima was charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance.  She was also wanted on a La Salle County failure to appear warrant and a Cook County warrant for similar charges.

She’s being held in the La Salle County Jail.

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Man accused of hitting cars and knocking out power indicted

Posted by wlpo on May 27, 2010

A homeless man is staying at the La Salle County Jail after being indicted this week.

Matthew Sirtoff is charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and aggravated DUI.  He was arrested May 17th after allegedly hitting two cars and a power pole in Ottawa.  After hitting the pole, Sirtoff allegedly tried unsuccessfully to run from police.  The crash with the pole knocked out power to people living on the west end of Ottawa.

Sirtoff is being held on $30,000 bond.

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Rural Grand Ridge woman dies following crash south of Seneca

Posted by wlpo on May 27, 2010

A crash in Grundy County south of Seneca has left a woman from rural Grand Ridge dead.  Investigators says 26 year old Hilary Jordan was riding in a car that was heading north on Baker Road south of DuPont Road around 9m Wednesday when the driver lost control on a curve.  They believe her car left the road and overturned several times, tossing Jordan from the car.

She was taken to Morris Hospital and was pronounced dead in the emergency room.

Grundy County Coroner John Callahan says he doesn’t think Jordan was wearing a seat belt because of a medical condition.

It remains under investigation.

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