Police log Oct. 29
Total — 34
Treatment — 1
Male section — 9
Female section — 0
Work release — 1
Holding — 1
Special needs – 0
Contract inmates — 22
Daniel Ernest Bartenhagen, 28, was arrested for public intoxication Saturday. A caller in the 300 block of East Second Street in Washington reported that Bartenhagen was lying outside on the ground talking to himself.
Homero Ibanez Porras, 20, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested Saturday for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Michael Ryan McDole, 34, of Iowa City, was arrested Saturday for trespassing. A caller in the 500 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported McDole showed up pounding on her door and that he was intoxicated and making threats.
Vincent Edward Smallwood, 33, of Washington, was arrested Sunday for public intoxication, second offense.
Alberto Merlos Santos, 36, of Austin, Minn., was arrested Sunday for driving under suspension, speeding and no proof of insurance.
A caller in the 300 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported there was a fight at the bar and that a male subject was down. Officers responded. One subject was transported to the Washington County Hospital. The matter is under investigation.
A caller in the 2700 block of Wayland Road in Washington reported Sunday there was a fight at his residence. The caller said he and his brother were assaulted and that there was damage to his property. The matter is under investigation.
A caller in the City of Washington reported a possible sexual assault Friday. Officers responded. The matter is under investigation.
Officers investigated a vehicle stopped at the intersection of Highway 22 and Sixth Street in Wellman Sunday. Charges are pending on DCI lab results for possession of drug paraphernalia and a controlled substance on the passenger.
A caller in the 100 block of First Street in Kalona reported Friday they found a vehicle in Dallas Center that was entered as stolen in Washington County. The vehicle was to be impounded by the locating agency and canceled from the system.
A caller in the 200 block of North Washington Street in Crawfordsville reported suspicious activity Friday at her neighbor’s house. An officer responded and found everything was fine at the residence.
A caller in the 2600 block of Wayland Road in Washington reported Friday a neighbor kid shattered her vehicle window. Arrangements were made with the subject’s father to pay for the damages. The incident was an accident.
A caller in the 500 block of North C Avenue in Washington reported Friday a neighbor in the area had been playing loud music since 4 a.m. and that it was an ongoing problem. Police responded and gave the subject a verbal warning for playing loud music.
A caller in the 2600 block of Wayland Road in Washington reported Sunday that a subject is constantly playing his music too loud. The subject was advised of the complaint.
A caller in the City of Washington asked for assistance Friday to get his vehicle back from his ex-girlfriend. There was a court order giving him custody of the vehicle. A no-contact order was also in place. Police determined it was a civil issue.
A caller in the 200 block of North Schnoebelen Street in Riverside reported Friday that two parents of the same child were in a verbal altercation inside the school. Officers responded and made contact with all parties. Johnson County was instructed to provide extra patrol for the female subject.
A caller in the 200 block of A Avenue in Kalona reported Saturday that he and his girlfriend were in an argument, and that she was trying to leave with his belongings. An officer responded and found that the items belonged to the female. The subjects were separated for the evening.
A caller in the 1700 block of Highway 78 in Brighton reported their shed was on fire. Brighton Fire and Brighton QRS responded. The fire was extinguished.
A caller on Buckeye Lane in Riverside reported Sunday that a subject had been burning leaves all day at the north end of Buckeye Lane and that it was causing a lot of smoke. Officers responded. The smoke had died down.
A caller in the 1400 block of East Second Street in Washington reported a domestic situation at the residence. Police responded. A report is to be filed.
A caller in the 2600 block of Wayland Road in Washington reported Sunday that a subject was harassing her via text messages after she tried to sell something on Craigslist. An officer contacted the subject and advised him to stop contacting the caller.
A caller in the 1000 block of North Seventh Avenue in Washington reported damage to his vehicle Sunday, possibly from a neighboring vehicle. The matter is under investigation.
Officers responded to multiple cars and a deer colliding on Highway 218 near mile marker 59 Sunday. Over $1,500 in damage was caused. A state accident report will be filed.
A caller at the intersection of Highway 218 and 230th Street reported Sunday that he had hit an unknown animal and that his vehicle was disabled. The vehicle was towed.
A caller on Highway 218 near Ainsworth reported an erratic driver Friday northbound from mile marker 57. Ryan Shadden, 28, of Davenport was cited for no insurance.
A caller near the intersection of Franklin and Cedar streets in West Chester reported a truck parked against the stop sign at that intersection Saturday. Officers responded and discovered the vehicle had mechanical trouble and that the owner was going to move it.
A caller in the 1000 block of South B Avenue in Washington reported a vehicle in the parking lot Sunday with two different county plates. Police spoke with the owner. He will properly license the vehicle.
A caller in the 1000 block of East Adams Street in Washington reported Sunday that while he was in his yard, he saw a purple car rev its engine while going by his residence, and accelerate quickly from the stop sign. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
A caller at the intersection of 130th Street and Highway 218 in Riverside requested a vehicle be towed Sunday that had been broken down and at that location for several days. The vehicle was towed.
A caller in the 1000 block of East Adams Street in Washington reported Sunday that a car and two farm trucks went by his house at a high rate of speed. The subjects were located.
A caller in the 900 block of East Adams Street in Washington reported Sunday that two trucks had been sitting in front of her residence for the past several minutes revving their engines. Police responded and spoke with the subjects, who denied the allegations.
Family offense non-violent
A caller in the 300 block of East Sycamore Street in Riverside reported Saturday that her 13-year-old grandson was not complying with her rules. He wasn’t supposed to be on the Internet and he used it the night before. She said she thought it might get violent but hadn’t at that time. An officer spoke with the caller and advised her to call back if she felt unsafe.
A caller in the 500 block of North Marion Avenue in Washington reported Saturday his son missed his curfew. Police attempted to locate the subject.
A caller in the 300 block of West Main Street in Brighton reported Sunday a verbal altercation between two people and the caller was afraid it would get physical. The two parties were separated.
All other theft
A caller in the 300 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported a gas drive-off in the amount of $40.01 Saturday. Officers attempted to locate.
A caller in the 300 block of East Van Buren Street in Washington reported Sunday that on Tuesday an Obama political sign was taken from the yard. The incident was documented.
A caller in the 2400 block of Robbins Court in Washington reported Saturday that her daughter had not been home since last Thursday. She left with a friend that night and did not return home. The incident was documented.
A caller in the 200 block of A Avenue in Kalona reported Saturday that there was a gunshot somewhere in the trailer park. Officers were unable to locate anyone shooting in the area.
A caller in the 400 block of East Washington Street in Washington requested documentation Saturday that a subject was not home by curfew.
A caller in the 100 block of North Second Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check Sunday for his daughter, who was fighting with her boyfriend. Officers responded. Everything was fine.