Homeless man faces weapons, drug charges
EDWARDSVILLE – A homeless man was charged with multiple drug and gun-related crimes Monday following an incident on Sunday in Alton.
Tim R. Vanausdoll, 35, listed as a homeless person with a last known address in Wood River, has been charged with armed violence and improper possession with intent to dispense methamphetamine, both of which are Class X crimes. unlawful possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, a Class 2 crime; and two cases of unlawful possession of weapons by a criminal, both class 3 criminals.
The case was presented by the Alton Police Department.
According to court records, Vanausdoll was believed to have been in possession of a Baikl .380 handgun and a 9mm handgun made by SCCY on March 28. between 15-100 rams to deliver methamphetamine with the intention of delivering; and between 5-15 grams of fentanyl with the intention of delivering.
It was found that Vanausdoll was convicted of possession of a controlled substance from Madison County in 2017.
The deposit was set at $ 150,000.
Additional offenses filed by the Madison County Attorney’s Office in cases filed by the Alton Police Department on March 29 include:
• Aaron J. Miller, 48, of Alton, has been charged with license revocation / suspension of aggravated driving under the influence of a class 2 crime and aggravated driving under the influence of a class 4 crime. According to court records dated March 26, 2001, Miller allegedly drove a Ford Taurus while under the influence of alcohol. It was found that he was either convicted or supervised by a court of law in another state in 2003 and 2011 for a similar crime. The deposit was set at $ 25,000.
• Kimothy J. Griffie, 32, of Alton, was charged with $ 500 criminal property damage, a class 4 crime. According to court records dated March 28, Griffie allegedly caused damage to three vehicle tires more than $ 500 without the owner’s consent. The deposit was set at $ 20,000.