WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS (NewsFirst) — Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Deputies observed a silver Nissan traveling on the roadway without valid registration.

A traffic stop was conducted near the intersection of Illinois Route 13 and Carbon Street in Marion. The driver, identified as Joshua L Biegel, stated he did not have vehicle registration because he had just purchased the vehicle. Joshua provided a drivers license but did not have proof of insurance. Deputies discovered Joshua had three outstanding arrest warrants; a Parole Violation from Kentucky (Extraditable), Probation Violation from Indiana (Extraditable), and a Forgery warrant from Idaho (Non-Extraditable). Joshua was taken into custody and seated in a patrol vehicle. Deputies identified the passenger as Graceevelyn A. Biegel who advised that she had a non-extraditable warrant out of Kentucky. While investigating, Deputies discovered the vehicle was stolen out of Louisville, Kentucky. Graceevelyn was detained at which time she stated that she could not go to jail and advised that she also had Methamphetamine in her possession. Joshua and Graceevelyn were transported to and remanded into the custody of the Williamson County Jail. Jail staff were able to retrieve the suspected methamphetamine from Graceevelyn which later field tested positive. Joshua was cited for the following:Possession of Stolen VehicleTheftNo Valid RegistrationGraceevelyn was cited for the following:Possession of MethamphetaminePossession of Drug ParaphernaliaDeputies contacted the Louisville Metro Police Department who advised that Joshua L Biegel was the suspect in their stolen vehicle case.If you have any information concerning this or any other investigation, please contact the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office at 618.997.6541 or “Submit A Tip” on the Williamson County Sheriff’s App. The Williamson County Sheriff’s App is a great way to keep informed and can be downloaded at the App Store (Apple/Iphone) or on Google Play (Android). Your information is important, and those who “Submit a Tip” by using the Sheriff’s App may choose to remain anonymous.