Three Arrested In Hamilton County

(MCLEANSBORO, IL) — Three people were recently sentenced in Hamilton County for crimes they committed. According to Hamilton County State’s Attorney Justin Hood, 27-year-old Charles Webb of McLeansboro was sentenced to three years in state prison. He will serve one year of mandatory supervised release once he is released. Webb was arrested by McLeansboro Police on Nov. 8 of last year for obstructing justice – a Class 4 felony – by hiding in furniture in a home to avoid being arrested on an active arrest warrant out of White County. Twenty-eight-year-old Shiloh Walden of Carmi pled guilty to unlawful possession of methamphetamine – a Class 3 felony. Walden was sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for two years and six months and serve one year of mandatory supervised release. Walden was arrested by Illinois State Police after a car was stopped and he was a passenger in the vehicle. Methamphetamine was found on his person. He was arrested on April 26 of this year. Thirty-three-year-old Ray Reynolds of McLeansboro pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of methamphetamine – a Class 3 felony. He was sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for two years and six months and serve one year of mandatory supervised release after he is released. Reynolds was arrested by McLeansboro Police on April 20 of this year after meth was found in one of his socks.