CLINTON — Seven new cases have been listed on the Clinton County CrimeStoppers’ updated “Most Wanted” Web site and three cash awards have been approved recently.

The new cases are:

• Shane Leonard, white male, 27, parole violation. While his crime is not listed, he faces a $65,000 bond.

• Leslie Schroeder, white male, 31, forgery, eluding, theft.

• Matthew Paschka, white male, 27. forgery, theft.

• Larry Lathrop, white male, 36, failure to register as sex offender.

• Diamorrio Reed, black male, 26, failure to register as sex offender.

• Willard Page, white male, 62, failure to register new address as sex offender.

• Jermaine Willingham, black male, 30, failure to register correct address as a sex offender.

Pictures and more information are available at Click on sheriff and then on CrimeStoppers.

Recent cases

CrimeStoppers also is seeking information about subjects who caused $4,000 damage to Northeast School District buses on a Monday night or Tuesday morning. The school district and CrimeStoppers are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the parties involved.

CrimeStoppers is also looking for information on the burglary of three vehicles in the Elwood area July 11.

Also needed is information about the theft of a red 2002 Honda Sportrax 200EX Sept. 23 or 24 from a residence in the 4000 block of 210th Street, rural Clinton.

‘Cold’ cases are still open

Meanwhile, Clinton police are renewing their appeal for information on the hit-and-run death of Joshua Yoder, 4, on May 3, 2005, in the 500 block of South Ninth Street.

Camanche police are still looking for information about a suspicious fire at 413 4th Ave. on Sept. 22, 2002.

DeWitt police list three “cold” cases from 2002. On June 6, a red Dodge Ram was stolen from downtown; it was recovered, wrecked, in a ditch southwest of Welton.

On Aug. 5, the Candlelight Restaurant was entered and a large sum of money was stolen.

On Sept. 16, the United Methodist Church was broken into and filing cabinets in the office were entered.

Awards approved

In one Clinton case, information received led to arrests in a robbery. In another, information made it possible to serve a warrant on a subject. In a county case last summer, culprits who threw frozen bananas off a highway overpass, causing an accident, were arrested.

People with information on any crime may call CrimeStoppers without giving their name. The numbers are 242-6595 or 1-888-883-8015.

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