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Police log - Nov. 30, 2017

Nov 30, 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 – 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

Traffic accident

A caller Tuesday morning at 135th Street and Orange Avenue in Kalona reported a car-vs.-deer accident. The vehicle was left along the roadway, and a tow truck was called to pick it up. It was unknown where the deer went. The caller was advised on a state accident report to fill out if damages amounted to more than $1,500.

A caller Tuesday evening at West Fifth Street and West Third Street in Washington reported hitting a deer near the storage units. There were no injuries to vehicle occupants. An officer responded. Subjects were advised to pick up a state accident form to fill out. The officer was unable to locate the deer.

A caller Tuesday night at Elm Avenue and 133rd Street in Wellman reported hitting a deer. There were no injuries to vehicle occupants, and the vehicle was drivable. The deer was dead and off the roadway. An officer was advised for documentation. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if the damage amounted to more than $1,500.

A caller Tuesday night in the 2100 block of 250th Street in Washington reported hitting a deer with a 2011 GMC Sierra truck. He had no injuries, and the vehicle was drivable. The deer was dead and off the roadway. An officer was advised. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if the damage was over $1,500.

A caller Tuesday night at 135th Street and Vine Avenue in Riverside reported that he struck a deer with a white Chevrolet Silverado. The deer ran off, and the vehicle was drivable. Documentation was made.

Traffic other

A third-party caller Tuesday morning in the 300 block of B Avenue in Kalona reported receiving information of a gray pickup with no license plates, which had been parked in the area and had not been moved for two weeks. An officer spoke with a neighbor, who agreed to advise the owner to park it somewhere else.

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 200 block of North Railroad Street in Ainsworth reported a vehicle parked for two weeks, backed in by the apartments. An officer responded and placed a 24-hour tow tag on the driver-side window.

An officer reported being out with a couple of vehicles, Wednesday morning at Larch Avenue and 140th Street in Kalona. An additional officer also responded. Everything was fine.

Disabled vehicles

An officer reported being out with a vehicle that had been parked too long in Wellman, Tuesday night at Second Street and Eighth Avenue in Wellman. The officer chalked the tires and tagged the vehicle.

Animal complaint

A caller Tuesday morning in the 800 block of North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported a medium-size dog running around loose between the school and the adjoining park. An officer responded. A written warning was issued to the dog’s owner for allowing a dog to run at large.

Barking dog

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of South Sixth Street in Kalona reported a small white dog in the trailer court was barking. This was an ongoing issue, as well as its being loose. An officer responded. A written warning was issued to the owner for allowing a dog to bark. The officer also spoke with the caller about the situation.

Civil standby

A caller Tuesday morning in the 100 block of Fifth Street in Kalona requested a civil standby. An officer assisted with a civil standby.

Disorderly conduct

A caller Tuesday night in the 1300 block of Highway 1 in Kalona received a report of a domestic incident at a residence. Officers responded. There was no issue.

Drug/narcotics violation

A caller Tuesday evening in the 100 block of East Main Street in Washington reported a suspicious odor in the hallway of the apartments, and requested an officer. An officer responded and was unable to smell anything.

A caller Tuesday night in the 400 block of West Jefferson Street in Washington requested to speak to an officer about a suspicious odor. Officers responded and spoke with all tenants, and were unable to locate a problem.

Intimidation/harassment

A subject in the lobby wanted to report harassment, Tuesday morning in the 3000 block of Fir Avenue in Brighton. An officer responded to the sheriff’s office. The caller had left, and a message was left on voice mail.

Suspicious activity

A caller Tuesday night in the 30 block of East First Street in Riverside reported a vehicle had been sitting in front of his house for three hours. It was a silver Honda. The vehicle was unoccupied and was legally parked.

Vandalism

A caller Tuesday afternoon in the 3100 block of Highway 22 in Riverside reported that someone damaged his camper sometime during the day. An officer responded. The information was documented.

A caller Tuesday night in the 1900 block of 140th Street in Kalona reported that someone just threw a block of wood through the window in their camper. They had no vehicle or subject description. An officer responded and spoke with the caller. The wood block did not go through the window, but just hit the side of the camper. There was no damage to the camper.

Weapons violation

Dispatch received a report that a juvenile brought an item to school and they requested an officer, Tuesday morning in the 600 block of South Fourth Avenue in Washington. An officer responded. Items were confiscated, and the juvenile was transported to the police department.

All other theft

A caller Tuesday morning in the 800 block of West Monroe Street in Washington reported a theft of tools from her apartment. An officer responded. The theft occurred about 10 days earlier. Documentation was made.

All other offenses

A caller Tuesday night in the 200 block of West Madison Street reported that a female ran up to her and tried to grab her deposit bag when she closed up the store. There was a male subject with the suspect, but they ran off. The incident had occurred 20 minutes earlier. The subjects did not get anything from the caller. Documentation was made.

A caller Tuesday night in the 300 block of East Second Street in Washington reported that her ex-boyfriend was at her apartment and she wanted him to leave, and requested an officer. Officers responded. The male subject was gone before the officers arrived. They advised the caller to call back in if he returned.

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