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Police log - Oct. 19

Oct 19, 2012

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.

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Treatment — NA

Male section — NA

Female section — NA

Work release — NA

Holding — NA

Special needs – NA

Contract inmates — NA

 

Arrests

Benjamin Philip Asbury, 26, of Washington, was arrested Thursday afternoon at F Avenue and Madison in Washington for failure to appear on a charge of driving under suspension.

 

Traffic accidents

A vehicle vs. deer accident was reported Thursday morning in the 2800 block of Wayland Road in Washington. The vehicle was drivable. The incident was documented.

An accident was reported Thursday afternoon at East Washington and South 12th Avenue in Washington. Air bags had deployed and the roadway was partially blocked. Officers, Washington County Ambulance and Washington County Rescue responded. Danielle Six of Washington was cited for failure to obey a stop sign.

A caller in the 800 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported Friday morning that someone hit his work truck. The subject then left the scene. Officers responded. No damage was reported to the caller’s vehicle. The suspect vehicle had a lot of damage to the front end. The incident was documented.

 

Traffic other

The county engineer received information Thursday afternoon that a subject was “mud running” over the weekend in Washington County. Deputies were requested to speak with the suspect and issue a notice against mud running. Officers were advised.

Kelvin Maggiefield, 45, of Washington, was cited Thursday afternoon in the 300 block of East Second Street in Washington for driving while suspended.

A caller in the 1000 block of East Adams Street in Washington reported Thursday night that the same vehicle that always drives past his house had driven past three times in 30 minutes at a high rate of speed. Officers were advised.

 

Sexual child abuse

A possible case of sexual child abuse was reported Thursday evening in the City of Kalona. The incident is under investigation.

 

All other thefts

A gas drive-off in the amount of $20 was reported Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of East Madison Street in Washington.

An iPod and two rings were reported missing from a residence in the 1100 block of Kola Avenue in Kalona Thursday evening. Officers spoke with the caller.

 

Vandalism

Someone reportedly knocked a hole in the hallway wall of a building in the 30 block of East First Street in Riverside, a caller reported Thursday afternoon. Officers responded. Subjects had been working on a crawl space. The caller was advised to contact her landlord. The incident was documented.

 

Trespass

A caller in the 2500 block of 150th Street in Riverside reported Thursday afternoon she had a friend at her residence and her husband showed up and was refusing to leave. Officers responded. The subject was advised to leave and that charges would be filed if he returned.

 

Illegal dumping

Someone reportedly dumped three garbage cans into the caller’s dumpsters Thursday afternoon in the 500 block of South Eighth Street in Washington. The incident was documented.

 

Animal complaints

A groundhog was reported on the playground Thursday afternoon in the 800 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington. The animal was picked up and released.

A welfare check was requested on a dog in the 300 block of South Ninth Avenue in Washington Thursday night. Officers responded.

 

Family offense non violent

A caller in the 1100 block of Redwood Avenue in Riverside reported Thursday afternoon that his wife had taken his kids and gone to a friend’s house. Caller requested options. Officers spoke with the caller.

 

Suspicious activity

A subject was reported sitting in a vehicle in the 2500 block of Juniper Avenue in Washington Thursday afternoon. The vehicle had out-of-state plates. Officers were unable to locate.

 

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