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Police log - May 15, 2018

May 15, 2018

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 – 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

Dillon Marc Dillavou, 23, of Washington, was arrested Friday morning in the 400 block of West Main Street in Washington on a Washington County warrant for failure to appear for arraignment on original charge of possession of controlled substance – marijuana, first offense.

Jessica Marie Montoya, 31, of Washington, was arrested Friday evening in the 600 block of South Fourth Avenue in Washington on a charge of driving under suspension, second offense.

Steven Leroy Borges Jr., 33, of Grandview, was arrested Friday evening on County Road G56 in Wapello on a Washington County warrant for ongoing criminal conduct – unlawful activity, and identity theft under $1,000, 10th offense.

James Russell Sinn, 53, of Winfield, was arrested early Saturday morning in the 100 block of East Clay Street in Mount Pleasant on a Washington County warrant for second-degree theft.

William Edward Benefiel, 26, of Keota, was arrested Saturday night in the 2900 block of Dogwood Avenue in Brighton on charges of possession of controlled substance – marijuana, second offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jacob Lee Blauer, 26, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested Sunday morning at Louisa Washington Road and Highway 92 in Ainsworth on a Linn County warrant for failure to appear for mittimus on original charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and/or drugs, third offense.

Danyelek Figueroa, 22, of Washington, was arrested early Monday morning in the 800 block of North Fifth Avenue in Washington on a charge of simple domestic and willful injury.

Danyelek Figueroa, 22, of Washington, was arrested Monday morning in the 3200 block of Highway 92 in Ainsworth in reference to a previous charge.

 

Traffic accident

A caller Saturday morning at Highway 218 and 335th Street in Crawfordsville reported a car-vs.-deer accident.  The caller’s Chrysler 200 was drivable but had front head lamp, fender, hood and grille damage. An officer was advised for documentation purposes.

Dispatch received reports of an accident in the parking lot, Saturday afternoon in the 500 block of Highway 1 in Washington. There were no injuries. The vehicles were a black SUV and a silver car. An officer responded. One driver had a minor injury but refused medical attention. Damage was over $1,500, and a state accident report will be filed.

A caller Saturday night in the 1200 block of 250th Street in Keota reported a car-vs.-deer accident. There were no injuries to vehicle occupants, and the vehicle was drivable. A second caller advised that the deer was still alive in the roadway. An officer was advised, and responded. The officer disposed of the deer and removed it from the roadway. Documentation was made for insurance purposes. Dispatch advised the driver that he could fill out a state accident report if the damage was more than $1,500.

A caller Saturday night at Birch Avenue and Highway 1 in Brighton reported hitting a deer. He had no injuries. The vehicle was drivable but had only one headlight. The caller requested a deer tag. A conservation officer issued a deer tag to the caller.

A caller Sunday morning at 190th Street and Keokuk Washington Road in Keota reported a red Buick in a corn field, and it had front-end damage and air bags deployed. An officer stopped by the registered owner’s residence, and no one was home. The vehicle had been in the corn field since the previous night. An additional officer responded and added the vehicle to the system. Documentation was made.

A caller Sunday morning at Wayland Road and 330th Street in Wayland thought she hit an eagle that was in the middle of the road and that it was possibly injured in the west ditch. An officer responded and did see a juvenile eagle in the ditch that could possibly be injured, but it was able to fly away into a nearby field. An additional officer also checked on it, and it flew into the field. The officer made contact with the neighbor there and made them aware in case it stayed in the area. Officers might be able to return and assist, or contact the raptor center.

 

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, early Sunday at 315th Street and Highway 1 in Washington. Charges are pending per DCI Lab results on a Lone Tree resident.

 

Traffic other

A caller Friday morning in the 400 block of South Second Avenue in Washington reported that a silver Ford 4D vehicle was parked blocking her driveway. An officer responded. The registered owner of the vehicle agreed to move the vehicle.

A caller Saturday morning at Kiwi Avenue and 250th Street in Washington reported a red car that had just turned south onto Kiwi from 250th, and the caller believed they might be stuck since it was a mud road. The driver of the vehicle called in to report that his GPS took him that way and he was stuck. An officer responded. The driver had contacted a local friend, who assisted with pulling him out. Information will be forwarded to the county engineer to assess any damage.

A deputy reported a vehicle stop in reference to a vehicle mud running northbound, Saturday afternoon at Nutmeg Avenue and 230th Street in Washington. Two subjects were served a no-trespass order on a Level B road in reference to the complaint. They admitted to driving on Ivy Avenue. County Roads will be notified.

A caller Saturday night at 240th Street and Kiwi Avenue in Washington reported a vehicle mud running in the area. An officer located the vehicle. The complaint was unfounded.

An officer reported being out with a vehicle stuck in water under the underpass, Sunday afternoon at North Second Avenue and East Fifth Street in Washington. The officer needed the streets department with barricades and the fire department or rescue unit. Three subjects were out of the vehicle, standing in the bed of their truck. An additional officer, a Washington County Rescue unit, Washington Fire Department and a towing company all responded to the scene to assist. The city responded with barricades. Clae Lloyd, 18, of Washington, was cited for failure to maintain control and was given a written warning for no insurance.

 

Disabled vehicles

An officer reported an unoccupied disabled vehicle, Sunday morning at 192nd Street and Highway 218 in Ainsworth. The vehicle was added to the system.

An officer reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Sunday night in the 2400 block of Highway 218 in Ainsworth. The occupants had help on the way and planned to move the vehicle by Monday.

 

Fire calls

Jefferson County requested Brighton Fire for a grass fire at the edge of a corn field, and advised them to  enter from 136th Street. Brighton Fire Department responded and located a small fire, and it was extinguished.

 

Animal complaint

A caller Friday morning in the 30 block of Elm Lane in Washington requested assistance with removing an opossum from under a tree on the property. An officer responded, and the animal was removed.

A caller Friday morning in the 300 block of East Harrison Street in Washington reported that this was her second complaint on the dogs tied outside on log chains to big tires, with no shelter. An officer had spoken with the owner on May 6. An officer responded to the caller on Friday, and spoke with the owners. The next time, a citation will be issued according to city ordinance.

A caller Saturday night in the 100 block of Green Meadows Drive in Washington reported that the neighbor’s dog was loose again. An officer checked the area and was unable to locate the dog.

A caller Saturday night in the 700 block of North Second Avenue in Washington reported a bat in the house. An officer responded and removed the bat.

 

Assault

A caller Saturday morning in the 300 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported a fight in the parking lot, with no known injuries and no known weapons. Vehicles had possibly left. One went toward Stewart School. Officers responded. All subjects were gone upon the officers’ arrival. Business employees did not witness the incident. The information was documented.

A caller Saturday night in the 400 block of South Marion Avenue in Washington reported a physical fight between her mother and her mother’s boyfriend. They were separated, and there were no weapons involved. The caller requested an officer. Officers responded. There were conflicting stories, and the female party intended to leave for the night.

A caller Sunday morning in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported an assault. The suspect left, but did give them his information. An officer responded. The assault had occurred 20 minutes before the call, and one of the parties had already left. Documentation was made.

 

Barking dog

A caller Friday morning in the 1100 block of North Second Avenue in Washington reported that dogs were barking again at the residence. They were enclosed in a screened-in back porch of the residence. An officer responded and sat in the area for a while, and one bark was heard. No dogs were in the yard and there was no screened-in back porch. The officer spoke with the caller, and no dogs barked during that time.  The caller advised that the barking was an on-and-off thing. Contact will be made with the dog owners to make them aware.

A caller Saturday morning in the 900 block of East Main Street in Washington reported that dogs had been outside for 12 hours and were barking. An officer responded.

 

Civil standby

A caller Sunday morning in the 10 block of Parkside Estates Road in Washington requested a civil standby. An officer was unable to assist, as the male was not home and had changed the locks. He told her he was refusing to cooperate. The officer attempted to make contact with the subject.

A deputy reported being out at a residence for a civil standby, Sunday evening in the 200 block of A Avenue in Kalona. It was a civil issue, and parties were told to stay away from each other.

 

Curfew/loitering/vagrancy

An officer reported that a youngster ran from him on a bike and then ran into a residence, Sunday morning in the 300 block of East Harrison Street in Washington. Additional officers also responded. Contact was made with the juvenile, who was given a written warning for curfew violation, second offense.

An officer reported being out with a subject in the skate park after hours, early Sunday morning in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington. The officer gave the juvenile a ride home and released him to his 18-year-old brother. The juvenile was given a verbal warning for curfew.

 

Disorderly conduct

A caller Friday night in the 700 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported that her ex-boyfriend was verbally fighting with her current boyfriend. An officer spoke with the subjects, who were separated. The incident was verbal only.

A caller Friday night in the 300 block of West Main Street in Washington reported that her daughter’s male roommate was intoxicated and being verbally abusive toward the daughter. The caller requested an officer. An officer spoke with both subjects. The male subject would be moving to a different apartment in the building for the night, and intended to ask for a civil standby on Saturday.

 

DP & Q

A caller Friday night in the 600 block of East Second Street in Washington reported a male subject on a bicycle rode by the residence yelling loudly and singing profanity. This had happened previously, and he had been spoken to by an officer. The officer located the subject on West Fifth Street and warned him that further complaints could result in his being charged with disorderly conduct.

A caller Saturday night in the 700 block of Ninth Avenue in Wellman reported a noise complaint of loud music. An officer responded and advised subjects of the complaint, and they turned the music off and went inside for the night.

A caller Sunday morning in the 300 block of North Avenue C in Washington reported subjects having a party outside, revving engines and yelling. Officers responded. The subjects were quiet upon the officers’ arrival, playing music, but they were advised of the complaint.

Loud music was reported coming from a residence, Sunday evening in the 200 block of Jefferson Street in Kalona. An officer spoke with the resident, who agreed to turn it down and close the doors.

 

Family offense nonviolent

A caller Sunday night in the 700 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported that her 12-year-old daughter had left an hour earlier. She was wearing jeans, sneakers, and a hoodie, and the caller was unsure where she was. Another family member knew where she had gone, and located her.

 

Hang-up 911 calls

Dispatch reported a hang-up 911 call, Saturday afternoon in the 700 block of North Avenue B in Washington. Officers responded. Everything was fine.

 

Illegal dumping

A caller Sunday morning in the 200 block of South Marion Avenue in Washington reported ongoing illegal dumping, with identifiers on the mail. An officer spoke with the subject dumping the trash, who advised that they were a member of the church. The officer was going to speak with the church or whether or not they wished to pursue charges. The subject was also advised to remove their trash.

 

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Friday afternoon in the 2700 block of 124th Street in Brighton noted an error in record.

 

Runaways/missing person

A caller Friday afternoon in the 300 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported that their 17-year-old special-needs son jumped out of the bus an hour earlier at the stoplight while being transported from school Officers responded. The juvenile was located by the officers and picked up by his father.

Suspicious activity

A caller Friday night reported a possible gas leak coming from the natural gas pipeline at North 12th Avenue and East 11th Street in Washington, and requested an officer to check on it. An officer and Alliant Energy responded to check things out.

An officer reported being out with a vehicle, early Saturday morning in the 1100 block of South Avenue B in Washington. An additional officer also responded. Jaren Ralph Unternahrer, 19, was cited for possession of alcohol under the legal age, first offense. The subject was transported to a family member’s residence.

A caller Saturday morning in the 700 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported suspicious activity at a neighboring property. An officer responded. Everything was fine. It was the property owner’s stepdaughter at the property.

Trespass

A caller Friday afternoon in the 200 block of Jefferson Street in Kalona reported that a male subject was on his property and went into his shed without permission. The caller was unsure if anything was missing. The subject was operating a white Jeep Cherokee Wagoneer. An officer planned to attempt to locate for a written warning.

Welfare check

A caller Friday night in the 1400 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported that a subject parked a trailer, with a horse inside, in the area. The caller was unsure whether it had food or water. An officer spoke with the owner, who was taking it out of town that night. The horse had food and water.

A caller Saturday afternoon at North Railroad Street and Fourth Street in Ainsworth reported that she was concerned for the safety of two youngsters on one skateboard, going down the middle of the road. An officer located the youngsters and advised them to stay off the road.

A caller Sunday morning in the 1000 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check on a subject. Officers responded. The subject was located at church.

A caller Sunday night in the 400 block of South Second Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check. An officer responded. Everything was fine.

All other theft

A caller Friday morning in the 300 block of West Main Street in Washington advised that he was missing items. An officer spoke with the caller and left a message at the other residence, as they were not home.

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 30 block of North Washburn Street in Riverside reported that her roommate stole her backpack that had her belongings in it. While the caller was on 911, the subject returned without the backpack and assaulted her. An officer responded and spoke with both parties. The male subject was not in possession of the backpack, and he left the premises.

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