GREENVILLE WOMAN FACES SIX FELONY CHARGES
A Greenville woman faces six felony charges in Bond County Court. It is alleged that 21 year-old Emily Schwendemann wrote over $3,000 in forged checks to herself from a bank account of another local resident. Schwendemann faces six Class 3 Felony counts of alleged forgery. Schwendemann’s first court appearance is scheduled for June 8.
SINGLE CAR ACCIDENT CAUSES POWER OUTAGE
A single-car accident, early Saturday morning, caused a power outage in Greenville. According to Greenville Police, 28 year-old Mathew T. Kalmer, of Greenville, was travling southbound on Elm Street when he struck a power line pole, breaking the pole. Kalmer received tickets for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident, faluire to reduce speed and having no valid insurance.
GREENVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL TO HOST DEMENTIA PROGRAM
Greenville Regional Hospital will sponsor a "Lunch and Learn" program on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Dementia in the Family Practice Setting. The presentation will be Wednesday, May 20, at 12:15 PM, in the Community Room at the hospital. The featured speaker is Dr. Tom Ala. A light lunch will be served and there is no charge to attend. Reservations are required by May 11. To reserve your seat, call Julie Womack at 664-1230, ext. 3732.