Nashville PD Has Busy Week Last Week

The Nashville Police Department responded to 29 calls this past week. on Monday, November 26th, a domestic battery occurred along the 600 block of West Alton Street. Officers arrived right at 12-noon, where they spoke with Christin Presutti and her sister, who said that Christin’s boyfriend punched her in the head several times. Officers were able to find a large “goose egg” type of bump on her left forehead, which led to the arrest of 28-year-old Joshua Paszkiewicz in regard to the domestic battery. On Monday and Tuesday last week, separate calls came in of vehicle thefts, that occurred along the 900 block of East St. Louis Street and the 900 block of West St. Louis Street. A warrant arrest was made on Wednesday, November 28th, which ended up being 33-year-old Nicole Pille, of Nashville, in regard to a Washington County warrant. Nashville PD assisted the Illinois State Police Department, in regard to an escaped criminal. 40-year-old Franklin Watson, of Texas, fled on foot after jumping from an ISP squad car, while it was traveling Westbound on Interstate 64. Franklin was eventually captured and taken to an area hospital, to treat his non-life-threatening injuries from the attempted escape. Officers responded to a suspicious activity call this last Thursday, which eventually led to an arrest. 26-year-old Aaron Lawrence of Tamaroa was stopped by officers for questioning, until Aaron attempted to flee from police on foot. He was apprehended a short time later and was charged with possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and obstruction to a peace officer. The last major call that officers responded to was on Friday, November 30th, in regard to a hit and run. Police responded to the Best Western Hotel outside of Nashville, where Chad Dorraugh of Indiana stated that as he was walking out, his vehicle had a dent on the right front panel and had a mirror folded in. After looking at the video, police were able to locate the subject that caused the damage.