Three Hancock Co residents indicted in separate incidents


A traffic stop on Friday led to the arrest of two residents of the city of Dallas for methamphetamine.
Hancock County Sheriff Travis Duffy reports that MPs made the shutdown just before 1:30 p.m. Friday.

A passenger in the car, Billy Dewein, 44, had a pending warrant for methamphetamine-related probation violation.

Research has revealed that Dewein and the driver, Tosha Newman, 27, were in possession of methamphetamine.

Both were taken to Hancock County Jail, where Dewein was held under the warrant, and Newman was released on bail after his initial court appearance.

A Roseville, Illinois man faces multiple charges following a complaint filed last week in Hancock County.

Sheriff Travis Duffy reports that his office received a complaint from a reckless driver on Highway 9 near LaHarpe around 6:45 p.m. Thursday.

An investigation into the complaint resulted in the arrest of Robert Waller, 37, for driving with a suspended license, DUI Drugs, driving an uninsured vehicle and possession of methamphetamine.

Waller was released on bail after an initial court appearance.

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