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Police log - Aug. 28, 2018

Aug 28, 2018

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.

Jail count

Males – N/A

Females – N/A

Work release – N/A

Special needs – N/A

Contract inmates – N/A

Treatment – N/A

Holding – N/A

Other facility – N/A

Total – N/A

Aaron Lucas Williams, 18, of Brighton, was arrested Friday morning in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington on a Jefferson County warrant for failure to appear for contempt hearing on an original charge of a minor’s using tobacco vapor product, first offense.

Dylan James Fields, 23, of Washington, was arrested Friday morning in the 1500 block of North Second Avenue in Washington on an Iowa City Police Department warrant for failure to appear for review hearing to ensure that mental health evaluation had been obtained in reference to third-degree harassment and fifth-degree criminal mischief.

Leroy Dean McFadden, 55, no address listed, was arrested Friday afternoon in the 2900 block of 135th Street in Riverside on charges of felony eluding, OWI second offense, careless driving, reckless driving, second-degree theft, operation without owner’s consent, interference with official acts, driving under suspension third offense, unlawful use of license, failure to maintain control, four counts of stop sign violation, and speeding 110 mph in 55-mph zone.

Charles Edward King Jr., 43, of Iowa City, was arrested Friday afternoon in the 4500 block of Melrose Avenue in Iowa City on a Washington County warrant for assault, fifth-degree criminal mischief and trespass.

Lucia Tania Recendez Cabral, 33, of Kalona, was arrested Saturday night at First Avenue and Sixth Street in Wellman on a charge of driving under revocation.

Traffic accident

A caller Friday morning in the 400 block of East Polk Street in Washington reported a white Silverado truck was parked by their vehicle and hit it while they were inside. An officer responded. Information was provided to the caller, who had already notified her insurance company. The incident was documented.

A caller Friday afternoon at 190th Street and Ginkgo Avenue in West Chester reported that a maroon Dodge Durango with new rims ran the stop sign at the intersection and hit the back end of his vehicle. The Durango continued westbound on 190th Street. There was damage to the caller’s rear driver side quarter panel. An officer responded. A report will be filed. The suspect vehicle was red in color, and it was unknown whether the driver was male or female. Another officer was advised and was going to keep an eye out for the vehicle.

A caller Friday night in the 3200 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported a one-vehicle traffic accident with no injuries. The car was in a ditch. An officer responded. A state accident report will be filed. A towing company responded and towed the vehicle.

A caller Friday night at Highway 218 and 305th Street in Crawfordsville reported hitting a coyote with a 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan. There was damage to the undercarriage and the radiator. An officer responded. The subject had a ride. The vehicle was added to the system.

A caller Saturday night at Pacific Lane and Highway 22 in Kalona reported that there was a horse and buggy that possibly rolled into the north ditch onto its side, about 3 miles east of Kalona. An officer checked the area and was unable to find any buggy in the ditch.

A caller Sunday morning in the 2900 block of Highway 1 in Washington reported a car on its top in a ditch. No one was inside or around it. An officer and a towing company responded. Manuel Rojas, of Brighton, was cited for failure to maintain control and no valid driver’s license. A state accident report will be filed. The vehicle was towed, to be released upon payment of the tow bill.

A caller Sunday morning at North Second Avenue and East Sixth Street in Washington reported a two-vehicle accident with no injuries. The vehicles were still in the roadway. Damages amounted to more than $1,500, and a state accident report will be filed. A citation was issued to a juvenile operator for failure to obey stop sign.

A caller Sunday night at 220th Street and Orange Avenue in Washington reported that a trailer was overturned just north of G36. The roadway was blocked. There didn’t appear to be any injuries. There was no damage. The grain hauler tipped over. The owner would get it cleaned up.

A caller Sunday night in the 2800 block of Wayland Road in Washington reported that he struck a deer on the Wayland Road with his Chevrolet car. The vehicle was drivable. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if damage was over $1,500. Documentation was made.

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Friday night at First Street and C Avenue in Kalona. Lucas Anthony Ray, of Kalona, was cited into court for driving under suspension, first offense, and no insurance.

An officer reported being out with a vehicle, Sunday night at South Avenue H and West Main Street in Washington. Additional officers responded. Charges are pending DCI Lab results.

Traffic other

A caller Friday afternoon at 230th Street and Kiwi Avenue in Washington reported that his wife drove their white 1998 Dodge Dakota pickup down 230th Street and was then stuck. A towing company agreed to tow the vehicle when the mud dries sufficiently. An officer spoke with the caller, who was given a Level B road trespass warning.

A caller Friday afternoon in the 800 block of North Second Avenue in Washington reported that a black car was parked in the no-parking zone in front of his residence. An officer spoke with the driver, who was issued a written warning. Then she moved the vehicle.

A caller Sunday morning at East Washington Street and North Van Buren Street in Brighton reported that an enclosed trailer had been sitting in front of the business without being moved for two days. There was no vehicle with the trailer. An officer responded. The trailer was parked in a parking stall. Contact was made with the owner of the trailer, who rented the trailer out to a contractor. The owner agreed to try to make contact with the renter to have it moved in the morning hours. There was no problem. The officer intended to check on the trailer on Monday morning.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 1100 block of South Avenue E in Washington reported hitting a gravestone, cutting the corner too short. An officer responded and made contact with the caller. The incident was documented. Information would be exchanged.

Disabled vehicles

An officer reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Friday night at Highway 1 and 315th Street in Washington. The car was added to the system.

An older Ford pickup was reported disabled, Saturday night at Highway 218 and the Highway 92 ramp in Ainsworth. The driver had help coming. The vehicle was added to the system.

A caller early Sunday morning in the 1800 block of Highway 1 in Washington reported that her vehicle had broken down and she was halfway onto the road. An officer responded and gave the subject a ride to her residence. The vehicle was parked on the shoulder and was added to the system.

A caller Sunday morning at Highway 218 and 140th Street in Swedesburg requested assistance with an occupied disabled vehicle. An officer checked the area and was unable to locate the vehicle.

Animal complaint

A caller Friday afternoon at East 15th Street and North Eighth Avenue, reported that a small St. Bernard was walking loose nearby. It did have a collar and was friendly. An officer responded and was unable to locate the dog.

A caller Friday afternoon in the 600 block of East 15th Street in Washington reported that the neighbor’s St. Bernard dog was loose again for the second time that day. It was barking at the youngsters getting off the bus. Officers were all busy at the time of the call.

A caller Saturday morning in the 3100 block of 220th Street in Ainsworth reported that a horse was out in the roadway at G36 and Willow Avenue. Drivers are unable to see the horse with the fog until they were upon it. The horse was white, black and brown. An officer left a message for the possible owner to call him back, and located a horse with the same description in the 3100 block of 220th Street.

A caller Saturday afternoon at South 11th Avenue and East Adams Street in Washington reported a black-and-white pitbull tied out with no water. An officer spoke with subjects outside, and the dog was all right.

A caller Saturday night in the 400 block of West Washington Street in Brighton reported having a bat in the house. An officer responded, and the bat was removed.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 300 block of West Third Street in Washington reported that the neighbor’s pitbull was loose and came toward her dog while it was outside. The female owner did retrieve it, but they would like someone to speak to them about not having it on a leash. An officer responded and spoke with the owner, who advised that the dog came back upon verbal command. The owner was made aware of the complaint.

A caller Sunday night at Highway 218 and 320th Street in Crawfordsville reported a couple of black cows out on 320th Street east of Highway 218. An officer located the owner and spoke with him. He was fixing the fence.

A caller Sunday night in the 1000 block of North Fifth Avenue in Washington reported a bat in the house. An officer responded and removed the bat.

Assault

A caller Friday afternoon in the 800 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported that she was assaulted. The subject who assaulted her was also holding her small child. She was not injured. An officer responded. Documentation was made for the time being.

A third-party caller Saturday morning reported an assault in the 900 block of West Monroe Street in Washington. An officer responded. There was no assault. A female subject was wanting to get her items and leave the residence. The parties were separated.

Civil standby

An officer received a request via the phone for a civil standby, Saturday morning in the 300 block of West Washington Street in Washington. Officers responded. The female subject refused to come to the door.

Disorderly conduct

A caller Friday afternoon in the 1000 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported having an issue with a customer, and requested an officer. An officer responded. The issue was resolved. The subject was going to wait for a ride to pick him up.

DP & Q

A caller early Saturday morning in the 300 block of East Jackson Street in Washington reported that her neighbors were being loud. An officer spoke with the neighbors and advised them of the complaint.

A caller Sunday night in the 1600 block of North Fifth Avenue in Washington reported loud music coming from the downstairs apartment, and requested an officer. An officer knocked on the door, and the music was turned down, but no one would come to the door.

Family offense nonviolent

A caller Friday night in the 800 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported that his teenage daughter was breaking his TV. Officers responded. Parities calmed down for the night.

A caller Sunday morning in the 1500 block of Forest hill Road in Wellman reported that her mother was upset and trying to take her cellphone. An officer responded and disregarded a second officer. The mother was trying to retrieve the juvenile’s cellphone. There was no problem.

A caller Sunday evening in the 100 block of D Avenue in Kalona reported that her child’s grandmother was refusing to return the child to her. She took him three weeks earlier. The information was documented.

Hang-up 911 calls

Dispatch received a hang-up 911 call, Saturday night in the 1200 block of East Second Street in Washington. Dispatch called the number twice, and the subjects answered but then hung up. An officer checked the area and was unable to locate anyone. Dispatch called again, and a female advised that everything was fine.

Intimidation/harassment

An officer reported being with a subject wanting to report that she was threatened by a male subject, Sunday night in the 200 block of East Washington Street in Washington. Documentation was made. This was an ongoing issue.

Liquor law violations

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Sunday morning in the 900 block of First Street in Kalona. A citation was issued to Karson Andrew Gingerich, 19, of Kalona, for possession of alcohol under the legal age.

Mental subject

A caller Sunday evening in the 300 block of East Main Street in Washington reported that she was needing mental health assistance. Then the call ended. Officers responded. An officer transported the subject to Washington County Hospital in Washington.

Public service contacts

A caller Sunday night in the 3000 block of 220th Street in Ainsworth reported that he was out on the pond in a small boat and there were subjects swimming there who were shouting toward him. Earlier they were doing “doughnuts” in the parking lot and on the road in a red S-10 truck. An officer responded and made contact with the driver, who was cited for careless driving. A female subject drove the vehicle from the pond. County Park officers would be advised in reference to the ditches’ possibly having ruts/damage.

Sexual assault

A caller Monday morning in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington reported a sexual assault that had occurred the previous night. An officer responded. The subject was uncooperative and would not tell the deputy what had happened.

Stolen property

A caller reported two stolen bulldozer batteries, Friday afternoon in the 1900 block of Elm Avenue in Keota. An officer spoke with the caller. A report will be filed. The officer planned to follow up with a report on Saturday.

Suspicious activity

A caller Friday night in the 500 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported two suspicious male subjects approached his wife at the residence and tried to enter the house. The subjects left in a white Dodge Avenger with black stripes on the side and Wisconsin license plates. The caller requested to speak with an officer. City units responded. The subjects were located at a nearby convenience store and were advised not to go back to the residence. Documentation was made.

A caller Sunday morning in the 1100 block of Enterprise Drive in Riverside reported suspicious males in a truck in the parking lot. An officer responded and was unable to locate them.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 500 block of North 14th Street in Wellman reported a suspicious subject in the next block. An officer responded and was unable to locate the subject.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington reported that an older male had been following her and her daughter around at the park, and requested an officer. An officer spoke with the male, who denied the allegations. An officer spoke with the caller. Documentation was made.

A caller Sunday night in the 1600 block of North Fifth Avenue in Washington reported that the neighbor upstairs was looking in her window. Officers responded and spoke with a group of subjects who had been outside at a picnic table and had not seen anyone looking in windows. The report was unfounded.

A caller early Monday morning in the 500 block of Highway 1 in Washington reported a suspicious truck in the parking lot occupied by male subjects. An officer responded. Everything was fine. A subject was having problems with his vehicle and might have to leave his vehicle there overnight. The officer advised him to call the business in the morning and make them aware of the situation.

Trespass

A caller Saturday morning in the 800 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported that a subject was in the house and was not supposed to be there. An officer responded. Another individual had invited her in.

Vandalism

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 200 block of Henry Washington Road in Mount Pleasant reported vandalism to her son’s 4 X 4 truck. The windows were broken out. An officer responded for documentation purposes.

Welfare check

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 100 block of East Washington Street in Brighton reported that a 6-year-old girl and a 10-year-old boy were in the park for three hours waiting for a ride. An officer checked the area and was unable to locate the children.

All other theft

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 400 block of Lincoln Street in Ainsworth reported the theft of a Power Wheels car from her backyard within the past week. An officer was advised for documentation purposes.

All other offenses

A caller reported an alarm going off inside a house east of her residence, Friday afternoon in the 400 block of East Washington Street in Washington. Officers responded. Contact was made with the homeowner.

A caller Friday night in the 600 block of E Avenue in Kalona reported that youngsters in the parking lot with chairs almost hit a couple of cars. An officer responded. The subjects were gone before his arrival.

A gas drive-off of $36 was reported, Friday afternoon in the 1700 block of East Washington Street in Washington. The vehicle was a blue Ford truck, traveling westbound. The license plate did not match. The incident was documented.

A caller Saturday night in the 800 block of South Second Avenue in Washington reported that a door was open to a neighboring house, and requested that an officer check on it. The officer checked the residence. No one was around. The officer planned to make contact with the homeowner. The back door was secured.

A caller Sunday morning in the 100 block of South Avenue B in Washington reported that a male subject tried to kick down his door. He had left but told the caller via Facebook Messenger that he would be back. City units responded and spoke with the caller, and advised the caller to call back in if the male subject returned.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 200 block of North Van Buren Street in Brighton reported a gas drive-off of $48.66 that morning. An officer left a pink card at the address of the registered owner to call into the Center. The owner of the vehicle called in and said he paid at the pump with a credit card. He agreed to contact the gas station and clear this up.

A caller requested assistance with a subject, Monday morning in the 400 block of East Polk Street in Washington. City unites responded and assisted.

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