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Police Log

Dec 20, 2013

Jail count

Total — 19

Males — 19

Females — 0

Work release — 0

Special needs — 0

Contract inmates — 0

Treatment — 0

Holding — 0

Traffic accidents

A two-vehicle accident was reported at the 400 block of West Main Street in Washington. One vehicle struck a parked car. Adrianna Pacha, of Washington, was cited for failure to maintain control. Both vehicles were towed.

A caller reported his/her son struck a deer earlier that morning at the 3200 block of Wayland Road in Wayland. The vehicle was drivable. The incident was documented. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if damage to the vehicle was over $1,500.

A caller reported traveling westbound at the 2800 block of Highway 22 and was sideswiped by a vehicle traveling eastbound. The other vehicle did not stop. The incident was documented.

A caller reported hitting a deer on Hwy. 218 between Ainsworth and Crawfordsville. Exact location of where the deer was hit is unknown. The vehicle had no headlights. Caller said a ride was coming to get them. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report form if the damage was over $1,500 to the vehicle.

Assault

A caller reported her boyfriend physically assaulted her in the 300 block of East Madison Street in Washington. The Washington Police Department responded. No assault was made. The male subject left the residence. A report will be filed.

A caller reported her boyfriend and she just broke up and he told her he wasn’t afraid to go to jail and proceeded to push her over at the 100 block of North Railroad Street in Ainsworth. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded. Caller had no injuries and refused to make a statement. The Washington County attorney advised deputies not to pursue the incident any further.

Mental subject

A caller reported a subject outside who is being a problem at the 300 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington, requested an officer. The subject left with his mother. The incident was documented.

A caller reported two subjects in a tan Chevy extended cab truck with deer antler decals in the back window of the truck on the dirt road behind their residence at the 2300 block of 133rd Street in Kalona, firing gunshots. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded. Subject left 10 minutes before caller reported it. Tracks were located in the area but no vehicles matching the description were found.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller reports a female subject was walking her dog past his house off a leash at the 200 block of East Columbus Street in Crawfordsville. This resulted in a verbal altercation. The mother of the female subject pulled up in front of the caller’s residence and started harassing him, and the mother’s boyfriend pulled up and said he was going to harm the caller. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded and advised all subjects to stay away from each other. The female subject was advised to keep her dog on a leash. She said the dog was on a leash but had gotten off the leash.

Vandalism

A caller reported that someone threw around items that were in his yard at the 300 block of D Avenue in Kalona. Caller reported a chair was upset and branches were cut off a small tree. The suspects are juvenile neighbors. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department will attempt to make contact with them. The incident was documented.

All other thefts

A caller reported a stolen I-Pod from a vehicle at the 1100 block of South Avenue B in Washington. The I-Pod was taken from a Ford F-150. A report will be filed. The I-Pod touch with black leather skin, 32 gigabytes, fourth generation was entered into the system.

A caller reported someone rummaged through caller’s vehicle last night at the 500 block of East Main Street in Brighton. A red flat ribbon phone and charging cord was taken. Incident was documented.

A caller reported $25.50 in gas was not paid for at the 200 block of North Van Buren in Brighton. The credit card was declined. The vehicle was described as white with a possible plate of BJQ092. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department was unable to locate the vehicle. Incident was documented.

Suspicious activity

A caller reported a suspicious white male with a beard and glasses at the 200 block of East Seventh Street in Washington. The white male was wearing blue jeans, gray hoodie under coat with the hood up, and was standing across street on Third Avenue. The Washington Police Department responded and checked the area and was unable to locate anyone matching that description.

Fraud

A caller reported a possible case of identity theft at the 600 block of East Jefferson Street in Washington. The incident was documented for now.

A caller reported receiving a call telling her there was an unauthorized charge on her credit card at the 400 block of East Van Buren Street in Washington. Caller believes it was a scam. The incident was documented.

Animal complaint

A caller reported a bat in her residence at the 500 block of West Second Street in Washington. The issue was resolved.

A caller reported a dog barking continuously in their apartment building in the 300 block of West 18th Street in Washington. Officers responded and spoke with both parties. The dog wasn’t barking upon arrival of an officer. The owner was made aware of the complaint.

All other offenses

A caller reported a gas smell behind his residence in the 600 block of East Jefferson Street in Washington. The Washington Police Department responded. A neighbor has been spray painting in the area causing the odor.

DP & Q

A caller reported loud music in the upstairs apartment in the 600 block of East Washington Street in Washington. The Washington Police Department responded. The music was barely audible. Officers spoke with the resident and she agreed to turn the TV down.

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