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Police log - Feb. 27, 2018

Feb 27, 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

 

Arrests

Edward Louis Davidson, 49, of Kalona, was arrested Saturday morning at Sixth Street and E Avenue in Kalona on charges of driving under bar, no proof of insurance, and no seat belt.

James Arthur Brown, 45, of Kalona, was arrested Saturday afternoon in the 200 block of A Avenue in Kalona on a charge of domestic abuse assault, third and subsequent offense.

Nicolas Allen Green, 22, of Burlington, was arrested Sunday morning in the 1900 block of Highway 218 in Ainsworth on a charge of OWI, first offense.

Lakeisha Monet Bailey, 23, of Wellman, was arrested Sunday afternoon in the 500 block of North 14th Street in Wellman on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance – marijuana, second offense, assault on a police officer and disorderly conduct.

 

Traffic accident

A caller Friday morning at West Main Street and North Avenue F in Washington reported a two-vehicle accident. A state report was filed. Photos were taken. A citation was issued to Julie Kay Pearson, of Washington, for failure to yield from stop sign.

A caller Saturday night at North Benton Street in Brighton reported hitting a deer. There were no injuries, and the vehicle was drivable. An officer was advised for documentation. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if the damage was over $1,500.

 

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop at Larch Avenue and 190th Street in Wellman. Steven Richard Farrier, 35, of Cedar Falls, was cited into court for driving under suspension, second offense.

An officer reported being on a vehicle stop after receiving a request for an attempt to locate for a welfare check, Sunday morning at Highway 218 and 545th Street S.W. in Hills. Amy Dawn Jordan, of Ottumwa, was cited for driving under suspension, second offense. The subject was OK, and contact was made with her husband.

An officer reported being at a traffic stop, Sunday morning with a Dodge Stratus with two occupants and no license plates. A citation was issued to Terry Terell Taylor, 33, of Washington, for driving under suspension, sped, and no insurance.

 

Traffic other

A caller Friday afternoon in the 2000 block of Highway 22 in Kalona reported a school bus stop-arm violation that happened about 3:34 p.m. on Thursday. The caller was unsure of the license plate number. An officer responded. With the information provided, it was difficult to determine the plate or the driver. The officer planned to sit in the area on Tuesday and attempt to locate the vehicle, then make contact with the driver.

A caller Saturday morning at Highway 92 and Yucca Avenue in Ainsworth reported there was a semi tire in the roadway, and there was also a semi pulled over 1 ½ miles west of the tire. An officer responded and removed the tire. The semi driver had help that would arrive in about 1 ½ hours.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 2900 block of 135th Street in Riverside reported that someone went into the ditch. A tow truck driver was removing the vehicle, and the caller saw damage to the ditch. An officer responded and located some ruts made in the ditch. County Roads will be notified.

 

Disabled vehicles

A disabled vehicle was reported, Saturday afternoon in the 300 block of West 18th Street in Washington. No one was around.

A deputy reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Saturday night at 220th Street and Highway 218 in Ainsworth. The officer advised that it was unoccupied, and added it to the system.

 

Fire calls

A caller Friday evening in the 1400 block of 540th Street S.W. in Kalona reported a water/fire alarm. Kalona Fire Department responded and found the problem. There was no fire.

 

Animal complaint

A caller Saturday after   noon in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington trying to walk the dogs and there was a subject with his dog unleashed. This was an ongoing issue. The subject had a working shock collar on the dog. There was no problem. He said that the next time he saw the caller walking dogs, he would just leave the area.

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 700 block of Fifth Street in Kalona reported the neighbor’s Rottweiler was loose and was being aggressive. An officer spoke with the caller and the dog owner, who had come home prior to the deputy’s arrival and removed the dog from the area. The subject was advised that next time would result in a citation. A verbal warning was given.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 600 block of Fifth Street in Wellman reported a dog that was unleashed came at him and bit him. It didn’t break the skin. The owner was standing there when it happened. The caller requested an officer. An officer responded and spoke with the caller. No one would answer the door at the residence. A citation was issued to Wallace Daniel Fisher for allowing a dog to run at large.

 

Assault

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 600 block of South Fourth Avenue in Washington reported that her 9-year-old daughter was hit by a male juvenile with a bottle, and requested an officer. The male juvenile was transported to the police department and released to his father as instructed by Juvenile Probation. Charges are pending.

 

Civil dispute

A caller Saturday night in the 100 block of South Avenue B in Washington requested to speak to an officer about locating property she left at a residence. The people at the residence would not say where the items were. An officer responded to the apartment. The items had already been disposed of. The information was relayed to the caller. This was a civil matter.

 

Civil standby

A caller Friday evening in the 1900 block of Larch Avenue in Washington reported needing a civil standby to get his tools. An officer responded. The civil standby did not go well.

A caller Friday night in the 100 block of Cedar Street in West Chester requested a civil standby. An officer responded and assisted. The subject whom the caller did not get along with was no longer at the residence. In the future, they planned to work out arrangements with other family members to get their belongings, and there should be no further problems.

 

Disorderly conduct

A caller Friday night in the 300 block of Fourth Street in Wellman reported a female subject in the bar was trying to start fights with multiple people. She did get into an altercation with one person. There were no injuries, and no medical attention was needed. Officers responded. The subject left the bar and got a ride from her mother. The female did not physically assault anyone.

A caller Saturday night in the 600 block of South Third Avenue in Washington reported her two sons were fighting at the residence. Officers responded. All parties were spoken to. The family was going to take care of the incident.

A caller Sunday morning in the 700 block of South Avenue B in Washington reported her boyfriend was out of control and intoxicated. He broke the windows in the house, and there was a hole in the wall. His hand was injured. Officers and an ambulance responded. The ambulance transported the subject to the Washington County Hospital and Clinics.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 800 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported her children and her neighbor’s children were being cornered on the playground. Officers responded. The parent had retrieved their child before the officer’s arrival and the other children were no longer in the area.

DP & Q

A caller Friday night in the 100 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported hearing a possible domestic situation. An officer responded. This was a verbal altercation only, and the parties separated.

Family offense nonviolent

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 600 block of East Ninth Street in Washington took her and her son’s Social Security cards and was threatening to sell them. He was screaming and cursing in front of youngsters, but was not physically assaulting anyone. An officer responded. The male subject and his daughter left the residence. The caller was advised on how to obtain a no-contact order.

Hang-up 911 calls

Dispatch reported receiving an open line 911 call, Friday night in the 800 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington. An officer responded. One subject was leaving upon the officer’s arrival. The officer spoke to the male party, who advised that they were having a verbal disagreement and separated for the night.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Sunday morning in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported an intoxicated male subject was making threats toward staff and refusing to go to his hotel room. An officer responded and disregarded an additional officer. The subject agreed to go to his room for the night.

Motor vehicle theft

A caller Friday night in the 2200 block of Yucca Avenue in Ainsworth reported that a subject took her car without permission. An officer spoke to the caller, who had let this subject drive the car in the past and who did not want to press charges. This was a civil issue.

Public service contacts

A caller Sunday morning in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported that a subject jumped over the fountain to get onto the gaming floor. He had no identification on him. The caller requested a deputy. An officer responded. The subject waited for a ride. The subject was told not to return to the property or he would be charged with trespass.

Search warrant

An officer reported executing a search warrant on a vehicle, Friday afternoon in the 100 block of Lake Darling Road in Brighton. The search warrant was executed. A report will be filed. Charges are pending.

Stolen property

A caller Saturday morning in the 600 block of West Fountain Street in Brighton reported that his stolen property was in the garage of a residence, and the caller asked to meet a deputy at the sheriff’s office. An officer responded. The subject never showed up. Documentation was made.

Suspicious activity

A caller Friday morning in the 100 block of Green Meadows Drive in Washington reported suspicious activity at her residence/garage in the past couple of weeks and again the previous night. An officer spoke with the caller. The information was documented.

A caller Friday morning in the 200 block of North Second Avenue in Washington reported that in the past three days all mailboxes had been opened. The caller was not sure whether anyone was missing mail. There had been a dark sedan in the area in the evening hours, occupied by four boys. Someone else’s mail was left half-opened in the caller’s mailbox. An officer spoke with the caller and planned to attempt to make contact with the subject whose mail was left in the caller’s mailbox.

Welfare check

A caller Saturday morning in the 700 block of North Second Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check on his two youngsters at a residence in Washington. A female subject then called to advise that the male caller was at the residence and was refusing to leave. An officer responded. The subjects agreed to let the male take the children in a little over an hour. There should be no further problems.

All other offenses

A caller Friday afternoon in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington reported youngsters in the park propping up picnic tables to climb onto the pavilion. An officer responded and was unable to locate the juveniles. The officer moved the tables back.

A caller Friday night in the 800 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported a Snapchat that was sent between juveniles. An officer responded and spoke to the caller. The information was documented.

A caller Friday night in the 700 block of 12th Street in Kalona reported there was an alarm going off on the white SUV at the house across the street. The alarm had shut off at the time of the call, but the dome light was on in the vehicle and no one was around. An officer responded and spoke to the owner. Nothing seemed to be missing from the vehicle.

A caller Saturday morning in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported that a male subject was intoxicated and was being uncooperative. He had been sitting at the dining area of the business for more than an hour, and his ride was supposed to be there to pick him up 20 minutes earlier. An officer responded. The subject stated that his ride would be there in 15 minutes.

A caller Saturday morning in the 400 block of East Main Street in Washington reported her husband was intoxicated and would not leave the residence. He had been causing issues earlier but was not currently. Officers responded. The male had gone to sleep before the officer arrived. The female advised that she would just try to talk to him about the issue in the morning.

A caller Saturday morning in the 600 block of West Monroe Street in Washington reported that his gun was mussing, and he was unsure if he set it down somewhere the previous night. It was a Glock 19 in the holster, with a loaded magazine. He provided the serial number and said it had night sights and enforce light. The subject called back to advise that he located his gun.

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