Amanda L. Goode, 37, of Urbana, was arrested at 1:11 a.m. Friday near University Avenue and Sixth Street, Champaign, for driving under the influence of alcohol. Goode’s vehicle initially was stopped because she was driving at night without headlights.
Antonio Moore, 37, no address provided, was arrested at 12:58 a.m. Saturday near Second and Green streets, Champaign, for driving with a revoked license, illegal possession of cannabis in a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance and obstructing justice. The vehicle driven by Moore initially was stopped because a license plate check revealed that the registered owner’s driver’s license is suspended. Moore switched from the driver’s seat to a back seat as officers approached and initially claimed he was not driving the vehicle. Officers found crack cocaine in his pants pocket and a bag of cannabis under the driver’s seat. A passenger, Giovanni H. Rogers, 24, of Champaign, was issued a state of Illinois notice to appear in court for illegal possession of cannabis in a vehicle after officers determined he had a cannabis cigar in his mouth.
A U. of I. student reported that he was scammed out of $100 Friday by a person he met online. The student arranged a dinner date with a woman through a dating app. While the student was waiting at the restaurant, he received a text from the woman indicating that she needed money to pay for a babysitter. The student sent electronic gift cards but the woman never arrived for the date.
A U. of I. student reported that his bicycle had been stolen Thursday or Friday from a bike rack in the 600 block of South Mathews Avenue, Urbana. The bicycle, which has an estimated value of $500, was locked to a rack.
At 10:15 p.m. Sunday near Lincoln Avenue and Park Street, Urbana, Matthew D. Galbreath, 21, of Champaign, was issued a state of Illinois notice to appear in court for illegal possession of cannabis in a motor vehicle. Police initially stopped Galbreath’s vehicle because the license plate matched that of a car that had fled from police on May 22. Galbreath admitted to having cannabis in the vehicle after an officer smelled its odor.