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Police log - June 11, 2014

Jun 11, 2014

The police log was 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.


Total — 24

Treatment — 1

Male section — 12

Female section — 3

Work release — 2

Holding — 5

Special needs – 0

Contract inmates — 0

Other facility — 1



Katelyn Nicole Davis, 18, of Washington, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington for two counts of assault.

Thomas Duane Morris, 18, of Wayland, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in the 200 block of West Second Street in Wayland for distribution to a person under age 18 a schedule 1 controlled substance (marijuana), possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell (marijuana), and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ryan Craig Allen, 19, of Iowa City, was arrested Tuesday evening in the 300 block of West 18th Street in Washington for retrial release violation on second-degree theft.

Daymun Roger Schadt, 33, of Brighton, was arrested Wednesday morning in the 200 block of South Van Buren Street in Brighton for simple assault and criminal mischief.

Rogelio Jr. Rodriguez, 30, of Columbus Junction, was arrested Wednesday morning at Highway 22 and Redwood Avenue in Riverside on a Columbus Junction warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of driving under suspension.


Traffic stop serious

A traffic stop was reported Tuesday night in the 300 block of East Madison Street in Washington. A citation is pending.


Traffic other

A semi reportedly appeared to be partially in a ditch Tuesday afternoon in the 1300 block of West Main Street in Washington. A tow truck helped pull the semi out. The city was contacted to check for damage.

A caller reported Tuesday afternoon that a driver was following her very closely on Highway 218 and Ramp Ramp in Riverside. Officers attempted to locate.

Two trucks were reported on a level 2 road at Kiwi Avenue and 250th Street in Washington Tuesday night. Officers were unable to locate.



Someone reportedly entered a residence in the 600 block of Park Street in Ainsworth and took items, a caller reported Tuesday evening. The house had been ransacked. Officers spoke with the caller, who refused to respond to the residence and make a report. The incident was documented.


All other thefts

Bank checks were reported stolen Tuesday afternoon in the 3300 block of 190th Street in Columbus Junction and there was money missing from the caller’s account. The incident is under investigation.

A johnboat was reportedly taken off a farm pond in the 1300 block of Highway 1 in Brighton Tuesday afternoon. The incident was documented.


Animal complaints

Horses were reported out on the roadway in the 2300 block of Spruce Avenue in Ainsworth. Officers responded and got the horses put back. Dispatch contacted the owners.

A caller in the 700 block of East Jefferson Street in Washington reported Wednesday morning that there was a large animal in her walls. Officers responded and removed a bat that was stuck in a trap.



A subject was reported running a bobcat Wednesday morning on Parkside Estates road in Washington and keeping tenants awake. Officers responded and spoke to the park owner. He was fixing potholes and will stop for the night.


Suspicious activity

A subject was reported walking west on West Third Street and North B Avenue in Washington swinging a piece of metal pipe and muttering strange things. Officers responded.

A moneybag was reportedly cut open Tuesday afternoon in the 3100 block of Wayland Road in Washington. A pocketknife was left on the desk. This occurred sometime on Sunday. The caller was unsure if any money was taken. The incident was documented.

A caller in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington reported Tuesday evening that a subject kicked one of her kids while they were playing outside. He was hiding behind a tree. Officers were unable to locate.


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