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Police log - June 23, 2017

Jun 23, 2017

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.

Jail count

Males –

Females –

Work release –

Special needs –

Contract inmates –

Treatment –

Holding –

Other facility –

Total –

Arrests

Nina Mae Fogle, 36, of Kalona was arrested Wednesday afternoon in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington on a Washington County warrant for two charges for controlled substance and one charge for possession of drug paraphernalia violation.

Toby Dean Freese, 45, of Cedar Rapids was arrested Wednesday afternoon in the 300 block of Second Avenue S.W. in Cedar Rapids on a Washington County warrant for first-degree harassment.

Jason Stine Gingerich, 35, of Wellman was arrested Wednesday evening in the 1200 block of Fir Avenue in Wellman on a Washington County warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Michelly K. Haley, 28, of Wellman was arrested Wednesday night in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Traffic accident

A caller Wednesday morning at Highway 218 and 305th Street in Crawfordsville reported hitting a deer with the company’s Chevrolet Silverado. There were no injuries to the occupants, and the vehicle was drivable. The deer ran off. An officer was advised for documentation purposes.

A caller Wednesday afternoon at Highway 1 and West Madison Street in Washington reported a two-vehicle accident with no injuries at Highway 1 and Highway 92 South. Minor damage had occurred. Drivers’ information was exchanged. One operator received a written warning for following too closely.

A caller Wednesday evening in the 1100 block of Highway 218 in Riverside reported a two-vehicle accident in the southbound lanes of Highway 218 just north of Highway 22 in Riverside. There were no injuries, and the roadway was not blocked. The State Patrol will handle any accident report needed.

A caller Wednesday night at Highway 218 and 265th Street in Ainsworth reported hitting a deer on Highway 218 on the northbound side, south of Highway 92. Damage was under $1,500. The vehicle was drivable. The accident was documented. The deer was mostly off the roadway upon the deputy’s arrival.

A caller Wednesday night at Highway 218 and 192nd Street in Ainsworth reported there was a dead deer in the southbound passing lane of Highway 218. The driver was located about a mile south of the deer. He was given a state accident report, and asked to have a towing service contacted to tow the vehicle.

A caller Wednesday night at Highway 218 and 192nd Street in Ainsworth reported he struck a deer on Highway 218, north of G36, in the southbound lanes. The 2003 Buick Park Avenue vehicle was drivable. Someone else also struck the deer. Documentation was made.

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Thursday morning at South Avenue G and West Monroe Street in Washington. The officer released juveniles to their parents. Written warnings were issued to a female juvenile for curfew, second offense, and to a male juvenile for curfew, first offense.

Traffic other

An officer reported being out with kids riding on a lawn mower in the roadway, Wednesday night at South Avenue C and West Madison Street in Washington. A second caller nearly an hour later advised they were on a three-wheel bike on South Avenue B. Two juvenile males were given warnings about being in the roadway on the three-wheelers and the lawn mower. Juvenile Probation was contacted.

An officer reports being out with two vehicles, Wednesday night at Walnut Avenue and Highway 22 in Riverside. Everything was fine. The vehicle owners were working at the golf course.

Disabled vehicles

A caller Wednesday morning at Larch Avenue and 200th Street in Washington reported a vehicle was parked in the lane of his farm field and no one was around. An officer checked on the vehicle. Dispatch made contact with the residence where the vehicle owners lived, and the owners were going to get it moved that morning.

A caller Wednesday morning at Fourth Street and Eighth Avenue in Wellman reported a white Chevrolet van parked in the street and had not been moved in months. An officer responded and left a voice mail with the registered owner about the complaint. The officer was unable to chalk the tires due to the rain, but would make note of their location and planned to check back Thursday.

A caller Wednesday afternoon in the 600 block of Perdock Court in Washington reported a van had been sitting on the street for two months. An officer was going to make contact with the owner the next day.

Animal complaint

An officer reported receiving word that there was a dachshund dog running loose, Wednesday afternoon in the 700 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington. The officer checked the area and was unable to locate the dog.

Assault

A caller Wednesday morning in the 200 block of West Main Street in Washington reported a domestic situation that had happened one hour earlier, in the cab of a vehicle. A male subject choked a female subject after she pushed his hand out of her face. A report will be filed.

Burglary

A caller Wednesday afternoon in the 600 block of East Main Street in Washington reported she just came home and her front door was wide open. Officers responded. They had no suspects. It was unknown at that time whether anything was missing.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Wednesday afternoon in the 1200 block of Fir Avenue in Wellman requested to file harassment charges on DHS. An officer spoke with the caller, who was not happy with the way he was treated by DHS. Documentation was made.

Welfare check

A caller Wednesday night in the 1400 block of South Avenue E in Washington requested a welfare check on his wife, who was driving a green 2006 Chrysler van, and he had been unable to contact her for the past hour. An officer responded but was disregarded. The subject called and advised he made contact with his wife. Everything was OK.

All other offenses

A caller Wednesday afternoon in the 2100 block of Lexington Boulevard in Washington reported a possible violation of a no-contact order. An officer responded. As directed by the county attorney, no charges will be filed. Mail was stopped by staff before being handed over to the other party.

A caller Wednesday night in the 600 block of East Tyler Street in Washington reported a male subject left, spinning his wheels and kicking up mud. It scared her child. Officers responded. Property owners no longer want that male on the property. The male subject was advised of this.

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