Police log - Oct. 24, 2013
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 — 18
Treatment — 0
Male section — 16
Female section — 2
Work release — 0
Holding — 0
Special needs – 0
Contract inmates — 0
A caller in the 100 block of East Washington Street in Washington requested documentation Wednesday afternoon that a vehicle had backed into him. The incident was documented.
A subject reportedly hit a sign at Highways 92 and 218 in Ainsworth Wednesday morning. The subject was lying in the ditch. A second caller advised the driver fell out of the truck and stumbled. The driver had gotten back in his vehicle and headed north on Highway 218. Officers checked the area. Information was forwarded to Johnson County.
A semi pulling a grain trailer was reported Wednesday afternoon driving on Highway 92 at Hemlock in West Chester driving all day long and the trailer had no brake lights or taillights. Officers stopped the semi.
Someone was reported burning a piece of furniture in the 200 block of East 11th Street in Washington Wednesday night. Officers spoke with a subject who put the fire out.
A caller in the 200 block of A Avenue in Kalona reported Wednesday afternoon finding bags floating around the neighborhood. He was unsure what they were for. Officers responded and seized the bags. The bags will be sent to DCI lab for testing.
Barking dogs were reported Wednesday morning in the 700 block of West Second Street in Kalona. Officers responded. A written warning will be issued to the owner.
All other offenses
A second grader reportedly left the building in the 800 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington Wednesday morning and was sitting outside on the curb. Officers responded and escorted the subject back to school.
A no-contact order violation was reported Wednesday night in the 100 block of South Sixth Avenue in Kalona. A caller reported that a subject he has a no-contact order with had texted his aunt’s phone. Officers spoke with the caller. The phone did not belong to the caller and there was no proof the text was directed tot eh caller. The violation was unfounded.