The following information is obtained from the daily Communications Center call log at the Washington County Public Safety Center.
Males — 18
Females — 2
Work Release — 2
Special Needs — 0
Contract Inmates — 0
Treatment — 1
Holding — 1
Other Facility — 1
Total — 25
A caller reported a female subject on May 9 was assaulted in the 600 block of North Second Avenue in Washington. The Washington Police Department and Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded and investigated the incident. The Washington Police Department charged Neil Edward Davis, 15, of Washington for assault.
A caller from E Avenue and 10th Street in Kalona reported a suspicious male subject was following her and her friends around the Kalona Park. He was also staring at them. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded and took their statements. David D Y Schwartz, 48, of Kalona was arrested for simple assault and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a subject selling meat from a truck at Gingko Avenue and 270th Street in the Grace Hill area. Subject said he needed to get rid of the meat quickly. A Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded and spoke with the caller, who advised the subject went north before the deputy arrived. The deputy was unable to locate the subjects. The truck was described as a red 10-year-old truck with a freezer in the back.
A deputy from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department reported he would be out with the red truck and the subjects who were selling meat out of a freezer in back. The deputy spoke with the subjects and advised them to move on or get a permit. The subjects were very cooperative and would leave the area.
A caller reported damage to their vehicle in the 1700 block of Country Club Road while the vehicle was parked there. There was $900 in damage done to the vehicle. The incident was documented.
A caller in the 300 block of East 15th Street said a trailer was parked across the street from the residence in a no-parking area. Caller advised he almost hits it every day backing out. It had been there for a week and he hadn’t seen anyone move it. The Washington Police Department made contact with the residents, who said they would have the construction owner move it.
All Other Theft
A business in the 2400 block of Highway 92 reported an item was stolen from the store on June 9. The Washington Police Department responded and investigated. Fred Marion Shafer, 76, of Washington was cited for fifth-degree theft.
All Other Offenses
A caller in the 1000 block of West Madison Street reported a bike that was located the night before was still there up against the fence by the pool. The Washington Police Department responded. The bike was taken to the bike shed.
A caller reported a male subject staggering in the 400 block of East Main Street in Washington on March 15. The subject was described to be wearing a white, gray, and red hoodie with blue pants, walking eastbound. The Washington Police Department responded. The subject was transported to the Washington County Hospital. The Washington Police Department gave the subject a ride home later. A report was filed. Spencer Lee Walker, 21, of Washington was cited for interference with official acts and public intoxication.
A caller from the 400 block of West Fifth Street in Washington thought someone had been in his house just then. Stuff was missing from his front porch, but they don’t believe entry was gained into the residence. The Washington Police Department responded. Two items were missing and a report would be filed.
A caller in the 900 block of South Third Avenue in Washington reported seeing six kids walking down the street with cigarettes. They were walking toward South Iowa Avenue and were approximately 12 years old. One subject was female and the rest were males. The Washington Police Department responded and located the subjects. There was only one juvenile in possession of tobacco. Destiny Elda Noriega, 17, of Washington, was cited for possession of tobacco under the legal age.
A caller in the 1400 block of Underwood Avenue in Riverside reported seeing a Beagle tied outside, which had been barking for three hours. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area. The dog was not barking upon arrival but started when he heard the vehicle. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department couldn’t make contact with the owners of the dog. The caller called back and said the dog was still barking. A deputy made contact with the resident and advised him of the issue. The resident said he would take care of the barking dog.