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Police log - Dec. 7, 2017

Dec 07, 2017

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 – 11

Females – 2

Work release –- 0

Special needs – 0

Contract inmates – 12

Treatment – 0

Holding – 1

Other facility – 1

Total – 27

Traffic accident

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 1500 block of 190th Street in Keota reported that he rolled his vehicle. There were no injuries. The caller requested a deputy. Damage amounted to more than $1,500. A state accident report will be filed. The driver was going to arrange for a private tow.

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 1900 block of 240th Street in Washington reported a red four-door car partially in the ditch. The caller did not see anyone around. An officer responded and had the vehicle towed by a towing company. The officer spoke to the driver, who said she swerved to miss a deer. The officer advised her that she would be getting cited for failure to maintain control and leaving the scene of an accident.

A caller Tuesday evening in the 3100 block of Highway 1 in Brighton reported a car-vs.-deer accident, with front end damage to the 2012 GMC Acadia. The vehicle was drivable. The caller did not see the deer in the roadway. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if the damage amounted to more than $1,500. An officer was advised for documentation.

A caller Wednesday morning at Highway 218 and 265th Street in Ainsworth reported a car-vs.-deer accident with no injuries to the occupant. The deer was off the roadway. She was unsure if the vehicle was drivable. It did start but did not sound right, and indicated “Low Coolant.” An officer responded and followed the subject back to Washington to make sure her vehicle made it. The vehicle had damages amounting to more than $1,500, and a state accident report was given. The accident was documented.

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop at South Second Avenue and East Polk Street in Washington, in reference to a no-contact order violation.

Traffic other

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 300 block of B Avenue in Kalona requested a deputy check on a vehicle with no plates that had been parked on B Avenue. An officer advised that the vehicle was legally parked. The tires were chalked.

A caller Tuesday evening at Highway 218 and 192nd Street in Ainsworth reported that her car just broke down and she could not turn on the hazard lights. She was partially on the roadway. The vehicle was a 2005 Mercury Mariner. An officer responded. The subject planned to go back that night and get the vehicle moved.

Disabled vehicles

An officer reported being out with a disabled, unoccupied vehicle that was going to be added to the system, Tuesday morning at Highway 1 and Kiwi Avenue in Washington.

A disabled vehicle was added to the system, Tuesday morning at Highway 1 and 205th Street in Washington.

A deputy reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Tuesday afternoon at Highway 92 and Quince Avenue in Washington. The deputy advised that the vehicle was not occupied and was added to the system.

An officer reported being out with a broken-down vehicle, Tuesday night at Highway 218 and 175th Street in Riverside. The officer advised that the occupants ran out of gas and had someone en route.

An officer reported being out with a broken-down vehicle, Tuesday night at Highway 218 and 170th Street in Riverside. The officer had the vehicle towed, and the driver was made aware of that.

A deputy reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Tuesday night in the 3100 block of Highway 1 in Brighton. This vehicle was from a car-vs.-deer accident that had occurred earlier in the evening, and the driver had thought it was drivable. The officer added the vehicle to the system.

Animal complaint

A caller Tuesday evening in the 1000 block of North Second Avenue in Washington reported a brown Lab-type dog was loose in her yard, an ongoing issue. An officer responded. The dog was gone upon the officer’s arrival, and the officer was unable to locate it in the area.

Assault

A caller Tuesday morning in the 300 block of East Jackson Street in Washington reported that her juvenile son was out of control and assaulted her. She was refusing medical attention. An officer responded. The officer transported the juvenile to the Four Oaks.

A caller Tuesday night in the 300 block of West Monroe Street in Washington reported an assault that just occurred between herself and her daughter and the caller’s boyfriend. The parties were separated. The male was outside in a white truck in the alley. Officers responded. The county attorney was contacted. There will be no charges. The male subject was staying in the vehicle for the night.

Public intoxication

A caller Tuesday morning in the 200 block of West Main Street in Washington reported that a subject at trial was possibly intoxicated, and requested a Preliminary Breath Tester on him. An officer responded. The incident will be handled within the courts.

All other theft

A caller Tuesday morning in the 1000 block of South Iowa Avenue reported that her wallet was stolen last Wednesday while she was at work. It contained $5, credit cards and her identification. Several charges have been made on her MasterCard. An officer responded. The driver’s license was entered as stolen. The incident is under investigation, and a report will be filed.

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 1000 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported that a vehicle drove off without paying for gas. The female driver was distracted by the clerk, who requested that she return and pay. Documentation was made.

All other offenses

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 300 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported the neighbor contacted her, stating that a male subject broke into her apartment and they had a no-contact order. The caller could hear them yelling at each other. Officers responded. The suspect was gone upon the officers’ arrival. An officer advised that charges would be filed on the subject for third-degree burglary, first-degree theft, domestic abuse assault, second offense, and violation of a no-contact order.

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