Police log - March 6
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
Total — 27
Treatment — 0
Male section — 17
Female section — 1
Work release — 1
Holding — 1
Special needs – 0
Contract inmates — 7
Mahamoud Nur Farah of Iowa City was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of E Avenue in Kalona for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and failure to affix drug tax stamp.
A caller reported Tuesday morning that her vehicle was hit sometime Sunday while parked in the 600 block of East Polk Street in Washington. There was damage to the driver’s side rear quarter panel. The incident was documented.
A transport vehicle reportedly went into a ditch Tuesday evening in the 1900 block of Highway 1 in Washington. Officers responded. The vehicle was towed.
A caller in the 3100 block of 320th Street in Crawfordsville reported Wednesday morning locating a vehicle the Henry County Sheriff’s Office had been looking for. Officers assisted with the execution of a Henry County search warrant. The incident was documented.
Two fire alarms were reported Tuesday morning in the 100 block of South Marion Avenue in Washington. Officers responded. No fire was found.
A possible burglary was reported Tuesday afternoon in the 500 block of South C Avenue in Washington. Officers responded. Damage was reported to the doorplate. A report will be filed.
A caller in the 100 block of East First Street in Riverside reported Tuesday afternoon receiving a message on her answering machine from someone claiming to be her insurance company. When she returned the call, her insurance company advised no one from their company had contacted her. The incident was documented.
A caller in the 10 block of Railroad Street in Riverside reported Tuesday night that he and his female friend were arguing and she would not leave his residence. The female subject was drinking and was there with her daughter. The caller later reported the subject had left and he didn’t feel there would be any further issues. The caller reported the subject was sending him text messages. He said he would call if this continued to be a problem.
A barking dog was reported Tuesday afternoon in the 2000 block of Willow Avenue in Ainsworth. The caller reported this is an ongoing problem. Officers gave the owner a verbal warning. The dog was later reported barking. Officers spoke with the caller.