A Marshall resident with an active warrant was arrested by law enforcement on Saturday, October 5.
According to a news release from the Marshall Police Department, Cameron James Eugene Quinn was walking southbound on Benton Avenue from Arrow Street. Quinn was known to have an active warrant for his arrest from the Saline County court due to noncompliance of a court program, with the original charges being burglary and stealing, with bond set at $15,000 cash only.
Once on the scene, the police officer says he requested Quinn to stop advancing toward him. He said Quinn then turned and began to run southbound on Benton Avenue.
The officer got in his patrol car and pursued Quinn until Quinn stopped at the intersection of South Benton Avenue and West Yerby Street. He was placed in handcuffs and arrested.
According to online court documents, the warrant was issued on October 1.
As part of a plea agreement, Quinn pleaded guilty to a Class D Felony for Burglary in the Second Degree on December 20, 2018. Sentence was suspended and he was placed on five years of supervised probation at that time.
Quinn’s next hearing is pending at Saline County Circuit Court.