Three arrests reported by law enforcement authorities in Trenton

Grundy County Law Enforcement Center
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Trenton Police investigated a forgery incident from February 26th. Thirty-four-year-old Lloyd Wayne Shaver of Farmington is charged with forgery. Officials alleged Shaver altered the value of a check, changing it from $100 to $400. Bond is set at $10,000 cash. Shaver is scheduled to appear on March 12th in the Associate Division of the Grundy County Circuit Court. Records indicate Shaver has previous convictions for forgery in 2017 in Scott County and tampering with a motor vehicle in 2014 in Cape Girardeau County.

Trenton resident Daniel Isaiah Gray was arrested on a capias warrant requiring his appearance on March 14th in Division One of the Circuit Court. Gray is accused of a probation violation for alleged non-compliance. Gray pleaded guilty last September to tampering with a vehicle, 4th-degree assault of an officer, and operating a vehicle on Highway without a valid driver’s license. Bond is set at $10,000 cash.

Jesse Matthew Harding of Trenton was arrested for an alleged probation violation. He is also scheduled to appear on March 14th in Division One of the Grundy County Circuit Court. Bond is set at $10,000 cash. His most recent charge was for driving while his license was revoked on November 3rd. Court records note Jesse Harding has six previous convictions in Grundy and Buchanan counties.


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