Police log - Oct. 18
The police log is supplied by the Washington County Communication Center.
An arrest is merely an accusation. All suspects should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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Katelin Marie Hawkins, 19, of Washington, was arrested Wednesday morning in the 1300 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington for dependant adult abuse.
Jonathon Duane Chance, 46, of Iowa City, was arrested Wednesday morning in the 200 block of West Main Street in Washington for failure to appear on contempt/show cause for child support.
Cristina Bautista-Baltazar, 44, of Columbus Junction, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in the 400 block of Old Military Road in Ainsworth for pretrial violation on willful injury and burglary.
Tyler James Fleagle, 25, of Keota, was arrested Wednesday evening in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington on a Henry County warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of fourth-degree theft.
Michael John Unternahrer, 22, of Washington, was arrested Wednesday night in the 700 block of South Marion Avenue in Washington for interference with official acts.
A caller reported Wednesday afternoon that an erratic driver was tailgating him at North 12th and East Second in Washington. The vehicle then passed them and went into a ditch and the driver drove back out. Officers responded. The driver was cited for failure to maintain control.
A tool trailer was reportedly vandalized Wednesday evening in the 200 block of South Marion Avenue in Washington. The incident was documented.
A caller in the 400 block of West Washington Street in Brighton reported Wednesday afternoon that a subject had threatened to harm him and his son because his son wasn’t in school that day. The caller had an excused absence. The incident was documented.
A subject was reported screaming Wednesday night in the 300 block of North Marion Avenue in Washington. Officers responded. Verbal only. The parties were separated.
A black dog reportedly would not let the caller out of his truck Wednesday afternoon in the 500 block of North Second Avenue in Washington. Officers responded.
A caller in the 700 block of North Fifth Avenue in Washington reported Wednesday night that she went to get her dog from her yard and the neighbor shined two spotlights into her yard. Officers spoke with the caller. It was possibly a motion light.