Police log - April 18, 2017
The police log is supplied by the Washington County Communications Center.
An arrest is merely an accusation. All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Males — 13
Females – 0
Work release — 0
Special needs — 0
Contract inmates — 15
Treatment — 0
Holding — 0
Other facility — 0
Total — 28
Kevin Dean Hudnut, 46, of Deep River was arrested Friday evening in the 2000 block of 520th Avenue in Deep River on a Washington County warrant for violation of probation on an original charge of controlled substance.
Milton Sylvester Jones, 31, of Washington was arrested Saturday morning at Highway 92 and Palm Avenue in Washington on a charge of driving while barred.
Jimmie Wayne Cothran, 36, of Muscatine was arrested Saturday afternoon in the 300 block of East Fifth Street in Muscatine on a Washington County warrant for possession of controlled substance — methamphetamine, first offense, possession of controlled substance — marijuana, second offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jeffrey Alan Daniels, 33, of Washington was arrested Saturday afternoon in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington on a charge of possession of prescription drugs.
Abraham Junior Stoner, 56, of Ainsworth was arrested Saturday night in the 1000 block of North Eighth Avenue in Washington on a charge of violation of no-contact order.
Terry Lee Lockamy, 34, of Cedar Rapids was arrested Sunday afternoon at 192nd Street and Highway 218 at Ainsworth on a charge of driving while suspended. Further charges are pending. The subject was also wanted by Iowa City Police Department on a charge of domestic abuse assault impeding air/blood flow causing bodily injury.
Gregory Armstrong, 53, of Fairfield was arrested Sunday afternoon at 290th Street and Highway 1 in Washington on a charge of driving under suspension, 10th offense.
Joseph Emery Beverlin, 42, of West Liberty was arrested Sunday night in the 900 block of Southwest Third Street in Aledo, Illinois, on a Washington County warrant for violation of probation on an original charge of possession of a controlled substance, third offense. He was also wanted out of Muscatine County for fifth-degree theft.
A caller Friday afternoon in the 300 block of East Washington Street in Washington reported that someone struck her 2008 Saturn in the right back fender that day while it was parked. There were no suspects. The caller asked to speak with an officer. The information was documented. Damage was under $1,500, and there was no paint transfer.
A caller Saturday morning at Fir Avenue and 305th Street in Brighton reported she hit a deer on Fir Avenue two miles north of Highway 1 and Highway 78 in Brighton. The vehicle was driven to a nearby residence. The deer ran off. Documentation was made. The caller was advised to fill out a state report.
Dispatch received a report of a vehicle possibly on its top in the ditch, Saturday morning at Howard Street and Washington Street in Kalona. An officer responded. The vehicle was unoccupied. It appeared that there were no injuries. The officer was going to try to make contact with the registered owner. The vehicle was added to the system.
A caller Friday night in the 700 block of South Eighth Avenue in Washington reported a trailer that was parked too close to his driveway. An officer responded. The complaint was unfounded.
A caller Friday afternoon at 220th Street and Palm Avenue in Washington reported his gray Ford Explorer was on fire. An officer and Washington Fire responded. The vehicle was added to the system. The subjects had a ride coming from Cedar Rapids.
A caller Friday evening at East River Street and South Ella Street in Riverside reported a truck and a flatbed trailer were halfway on the roadway with a flat tire. An officer responded. The subject had moved to a convenience store in Riverside and was going to try to make it home on the tire.
An officer reported being out with an unoccupied disabled vehicle, Sunday night in the 2100 block of Highway 218 in Ainsworth. The vehicle was added to the system.
A caller Friday night in the 1100 block of Highway 92 in Keota reported an injured deer in the roadway that needed to be put down. An officer responded.
A caller Saturday morning in the 1000 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported a dog that appeared to be too hot inside a station wagon. An officer responded and made contact with the owners, who would be on their way soon. All four windows were down a little and there was water.
A caller Friday evening in the 3200 block of Ginkgo Avenue in Brighton reported her father assaulted her. Officers responded. The report was unfounded. The caller left before officers arrived.
A caller Sunday afternoon in the 700 block of South Sixth Avenue in Washington reported a friend left her car window down and someone took her purse from the vehicle. It contained a debit card, driver's license, car keys and a phone. They believed they saw the suspect. The purse was located and returned to the owner, and a report will be filed. Charges are pending on a male juvenile.
A caller Saturday morning in the 1200 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington requested a civil standby to gather things from a trailer. An officer responded, and items were retrieved without incident.
An officer on Friday night reported being out at South Sixth Street and Second Avenue in Kalona with a couple of subjects, one of whom was out past curfew. The officer gave the juvenile a written warning for being out past curfew.
A deputy reported being out with a verbal dispute, Saturday morning in the 100 block of Sixth Street in Kalona. The officer advised things had calmed down and the parties had separated.
Juveniles were reported sitting on top of a railroad trestle dropping items off, Saturday morning at West Third Street and North Avenue F in Washington. An officer responded and was unable to locate the juveniles.
Dispatch received reports of a fight in a front yard, Saturday morning in the 1000 block of North Fifth Avenue in Wellman. Several officers responded and advised the subjects to stay away from each other.
A caller Friday morning in the 1100 block of South Ninth Avenue in Washington reported her backdoor neighbor was shooting off firecrackers and throwing them out into the yard. An officer responded. The owner said the subjects were his niece and nephew, and he would have them stop.
A caller Friday afternoon in the 100 block of Benton Street in Brighton reported youngsters shooting off guns across the street. An officer responded and spoke with the homeowner, who took the BB guns away. They were advised to shoot them in the country.
An officer reported being out at a residence in the 700 block of East Second Street in Washington, Friday night regarding a disturbance. Additional officers responded. A juvenile was acting out. He was then calm.
A caller Saturday night in the 100 block of South Sixth Street in Kalona reported loud music was being played in a nearby Ford pickup. Officers responded. The subject was advised of the complaint.
An officer reported Saturday morning being out with a vehicle with multiple juveniles in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington. Three other officers also responded. One juvenile was cited for possession of alcohol under the legal age. Charges are pending on one juvenile for possession of marijuana, first offense. Contact was made with the parents of the juveniles.
A caller Saturday morning in the 300 block of South Sixth Street in Kalona reported a fraud. The incident had been reported with his bank, and from there it was going to be forwarded on to their fraud department. The caller requested documentation. The caller was provided the number to the Federal Trade Commission. An officer was advised for documentation purposes.
A caller Saturday night in the 1000 block of West Madison Street in Washington requested to speak to an officer in reference to tax fraud and identity theft. An officer spoke with the caller and advised him he needed to report this to Tama County, where the violation occurred.
Hang-up 911 calls
Dispatch reported receiving two open 911 calls, Sunday night in the 2300 block of Yucca Avenue in Ainsworth. Officers responded. Everything was fine. Children were playing with an old cellphone.
Dispatch received a hang-up 911 call Sunday night from a subject in the 100 block of East First Street in Riverside. Upon being called back, the caller advised of a dispute with a neighbor. Officers responded. The parties were separated and advised to have no more contact with each other.
A caller Thursday afternoon in the 700 block of South Avenue B in Washington reported she was being chased and harassed by another juvenile, and requested to speak with an officer. An officer spoke with all subjects involved. There should be no further issues.
A caller Sunday night in the 1200 block of 275th Street in Brighton reported receiving harassing text messages from her daughter, and requested that a deputy advise her to have no further contact. An officer made contact with the daughter and advised her to have no further contact with the caller.
A caller Sunday night in the 20 block of Parkside Estates Road in Washington reported the neighbor was harassing him. An officer responded and was going to attempt to locate the neighbor to speak with him. Documentation was made. The officer also picked up a red 20-inch Next Wipe Out bike at the residence and took it to the bike shed.
Liquor law violations
A caller Friday night in the 400 block of South Third Avenue in Washington reported a noise complaint and underage drinking. Officers responded. Jordan Andre Day, 19, of Washington was cited for possession of alcohol under legal age. Odalis Elaine Zamudio, 18, of Washington was cited at the same time and location for possession of alcohol under legal age.
A caller Sunday morning in the 1 block of Parkside Estates Road reported needing assistance. Officers responded and transported the subject to the Washington County Hospital for an evaluation.
A caller Monday morning in the 400 block of North Ella Street in Riverside reported her 26-year-old granddaughter was off her medication and was throwing her belongings in the dumpster. She requested assistance from a deputy. Officers responded and spoke with the caller and her granddaughter. The caller was going to take her granddaughter in a private vehicle to Hillcrest.
A caller Friday morning at Walnut Avenue and Highway 22 in Riverside reported a male subject was in a culvert under Highway 22 and appeared to be intoxicated. He was wearing a white shirt and jeans. The subject was going to wait for a ride at a nearby store.
A caller Saturday afternoon in the 700 block of Third Street in Kalona reported that a male subject was sitting in front of the residence in a car, and took off when he was spotted, going slowly and watching the house. The caller had recently been receiving bills for items not ordered. This vehicle was not the same as another suspicious one that had been there a few days earlier. The caller requested to speak with a deputy. An officer spoke with the subject. The information was documented.
A caller Saturday night in t he 1100 block of North Eighth Avenue in Washington reported an intoxicated subject on a neighboring property. The caller didn't believe the subject should be there. An officer responded and spoke with the property owner. There was no problem.
An officer Saturday night in the 100 block of West Washington Street in Brighton reported being out with a vehicle. The officer spoke with the subject. Everything was fine.
A caller Friday morning in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington reported that a male juvenile jumped on the hood of his car Wednesday afternoon and damaged it. The caller asked to speak with an officer. An officer spoke with the caller and the juvenile. Documentation was taken at that time. The caller did not wish to pursue charges.
A caller Friday afternoon in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington reported subjects driving through the grass at the park. An officer responded. Vehicles were partially in the grass. The officer counseled subjects on their driving.
A caller Saturday morning in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside requested a welfare check on his neighbor, who had a history of heart attacks. The caller had not seen his neighbor for several days. The caller was going to check with the trailer park owner about communicating with the subject. Contact was made with the subject, and he was OK.
All other theft
A caller Friday afternoon in the 2400 block of Highway 92 in Washington reported a customer was using a credit card scanner at the store. The subject had darker skin and was wearing a black hat and driving a silver four-door sedan. An officer responded and is investigating the incident.
A caller Saturday afternoon in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported setting her purse down, and her wallet was stolen. Subsequently, charges had been made in the vicinity, and the caller had canceled the credit cards. An officer attempted to call the reporting party, and left a message. The information was documented for the time being.
A caller Sunday night in the 500 block of North Marion Avenue in Washington reported a stolen 2010 Bashan moped. An officer responded. A report will be filed. The moped was entered as stolen.
All other offenses
A caller Saturday morning in the 100 block of A Avenue in Kalona reported being the victim of identity theft. An officer responded and contacted the reporting party.
Suspicious activity was reported Saturday afternoon in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington. Officers responded. One juvenile was charged with possession of marijuana.
A caller Sunday night in the 100 block of North Taylor Street in Brighton reported a possible no-contact order violation. An officer responded. No violation occurred.
A caller Sunday night in the 100 block of Prost Street in Richland reported a subject would not leave her residence and left red marks on their daughter. An officer responded. Parties were separated. There were no marks on the child. The incident was documented.
A caller Sunday night in the 400 block of East Polk Street in Washington reported needing assistance with a subject that was uncooperative and out of control. Officers responded and assisted.