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Police log - Oct. 10, 2017

Oct 10, 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 – NA

Contract inmates – N/A

Treatment – N/A

Holding – N/A

Other facility – N/A

Total – N/A

Arrests

Nicole Faye Baker, 32, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested Saturday night at Highway 92 and First Street in Ainsworth on charges of OWI, first offense, and speed.

Anthony Gene Williams, 28, of Keota, was arrested Saturday night in the 500 block of Third Street in Kalona on a Washington County warrant for pretrial release revocation on original charge of third-degree burglary and second-degree theft.

Traffic accident

A caller Sunday morning at Wayland Road and 330th Street in Wayland reported hitting a deer in his white 2017 Chevrolet Silverado. He had his vehicle off the roadway and was not injured. The deer was in the roadway, but he was going to try to remove it from the roadway. An officer was advised, and spoke with subjects on the phone. The caller was given the CFS number, and he planned to pick up a state accident report. He was going to get the vehicle removed within the next day. Documentation was made for insurance purposes.

A caller Monday morning in the 2200 block of Highway 1 in Washington reported a car vs. deer accident involving a Jeep Cherokee, with front end damage to a light and a side panel. The vehicle was drivable. The deer was possibly still in the roadway. An officer checked the area and was unable to locate a problem.

A caller Monday morning in the 2300 block of Highway 218 in Ainsworth reported a vehicle vs. deer accident. The vehicle was drivable, a blue Nissan Sentra. There were no injuries to the vehicle occupants. An officer responded and gave the subject information about filling out a state accident report.

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Monday morning in the 500 block of Highway 1 in Washington. Additional officers responded. Ed Leon Carroll, 38, of Washington, was cited into court for driving under suspension, first offense, possession of drug paraphernalia, and no proof of insurance. Brian Leon Gingerich, 46, of Keota, was cited at the same time and location for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Traffic other

An officer reported being in a car chase, Saturday night in the 2600 block of Wayland Road in Washington. The subject ran from the vehicle behind the trailer court. The vehicle was towed, to be released after the driver speaks with the officer and the tow bill is paid. Several officers also responded.  A report will be forwarded to the county attorney. Charges are pending.

An officer reported being out with a vehicle with the back hatch open, Sunday morning in the 100 block of East Main Street in Brighton. An additional officer responded. They made contact with the owner, who stated that he accidentally pushed his trunk button on the key fob. Nothing was missing.

Fire calls

Johnson County Dispatch requested Riverside Fire Department as backup at Metro Station 3 base in Iowa City, due to their being on a fire call, Sunday morning in the 1000 block of Walnut Street in Iowa City. Riverside Fire responded and assisted Iowa City as backup.

Animal complaint

Dispatch received a second report of a problem dog, Friday afternoon in the 900 block of Fifth Street in Wellman. An officer responded and left a note on the door.

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 400 block of East Washington Street in Washington reported an opossum stuck in a garage they were tearing down. An officer responded and assisted.

A caller Sunday morning in the 1600 block of 190th Street in West Chester reported a doe had been hit by the quarry at the bridge. It was still alive on the south shoulder. An officer responded and put down the deer. A deer tag was issued to a Wellman resident.

Assault

A caller Saturday night in the 500 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported a fight involving family members. Officers responded. An ambulance was requested and transported one subject to the Washington County Hospital and Clinics in Washington. A report will be filed.

Barking dog

A caller Saturday morning in the 900 block of East Madison Street in Washington reported a dog had been barking for hours south of her residence. An officer responded. The owner took the dog inside.

A caller Friday evening in the 500 block of Washington Street in Kalona reported that his neighbor’s dog had been barking for the past hour. An officer responded. No one was at the residence, and the officer was unable to hear any dog barking. The officer’s response time had been delayed because of an arrest.

Disorderly conduct

A caller Friday night in the 500 block of East Seventh Street in Washington reported a fight between two male subjects outside. An officer spoke with one subject, who had no marks on him. The other male had left before the officer’s arrival. There should be no further problems.

DP & Q

A caller Friday afternoon in the 100 block of West Second Street in Riverside reported violent shouting for half an hour coming from a residence. An officer responded. A male subject at the residence was angry with a subject on the phone and advised he would keep the volume down.

A caller Sunday morning in the 500 block of West Jefferson Street in Washington reported there was a loud party going on. Officers responded and spoke to the subjects, who were going inside soon.

Family offense non-violent

A caller Friday morning in the 800 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported that a couple were verbally arguing outside in back of the residence. An officer responded, and the parties separated.

Dispatch received several hang-up 911 calls involving a verbal domestic situation, Friday afternoon in the 200 block of Washington Street in Ainsworth. An officer responded. The parties agreed to separate.

A caller Saturday morning in the 200 block of Washington Street in Ainsworth reported a hang-up 911 call with a verbal argument. An officer responded. A female party left the residence.

A caller Saturday morning in the 1000 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported a problem at the residence with her daughter, who was trying to take the children from the residence and travel to another state. The mother was able to take the children.

A caller Sunday afternoon in the 2700 block of Highway 1 in Washington reported his father was taking his items, and requested to speak with an officer. An officer spoke with the caller. It was a civil issue between a father and a son.

A caller Sunday evening in the 1100 block of Highway 92 in Keota reported a problem with his “ex” involving his children at his residence. An officer spoke with the caller.

Intimidation/harassment

Officers reported being out at a residence, Friday morning in the 400 block of West Second Street in Washington. Additional officers responded. Documentation was made.

A caller Friday morning in the 1400 block of East Washington Street in Washington reported a threatening text message sent to him that morning. An officer spoke with the caller and planned to make contact with the other party involved.

Mental subject

A caller Friday afternoon in the 100 block of East Main Street in Washington requested an officer for a subject upstairs in the gym. Officers responded. The subject had left with his mother and was OK.

Runaways/missing person

A caller Sunday morning at South Third Avenue and East Madison Street in Washington reported she was out with an autistic child who was nonverbal, and requested an officer. An officer responded. The juvenile was transported to her residence. DHS was contacted in reference to child endangerment.

A caller Sunday night in the 400 block of East Second Street in Washington reported that their juvenile daughter left the residence against their permission. After the officer responded, the juvenile returned home.

Stolen property

A caller Friday afternoon in the 300 block of West Jefferson Street in Washington reported that a bicycle had been on his property off South Avenue C for three or four days. An officer picked up a purple Roadmaster Hurricane bike and took it to the bike shed.

Suspicious activity

A caller Friday night at South Fourth Avenue and East Harrison Street in Washington reported a white male walking southbound on South Fourth Avenue, almost to the hospital. He had no shirt on, and had blood on him. The subject was bitten by a dog, and walked to the emergency room to get checked out. An officer spoke with the subject, who did not know who the owner of the dog was. The dog was described as a black Labrador retriever.

An officer reported being out with two vehicles, Saturday night in the 900 block of West Main Street in Washington. One vehicle left. The other driver was counseled on park hours. The officer did locate the other subjects a few minutes later at a different location in the park, and advised them of park hours.

A caller Sunday morning in the 100 block of E Avenue in Kalona reported several youngsters were messing around at the car wash, riding their bicycles through the car wash. An officer responded and made contact with the caretaker of the property. No damage was done, and nothing was missing. On Sunday afternoon a caller advised that the youngsters were back. An officer responded and spoke with four juveniles who were washing their bikes. The foam brush was accidentally activated, and foam was all over. They were advised to have a parent with them next time. The officer made the caller aware of the situation.

Trespass

A caller Saturday night in the 1000 block of North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported that her son had subjects at the residence, and they would not leave. The caller requested an officer. The subjects left for the night.

Vandalism

A caller Friday afternoon in the 300 block of West 18th Street in Washington reported vandalism. A screen was removed from the window, and it appeared someone tampered with the caller’s sliding door. An officer spoke with the caller. It looked as if something had hit the screen, knocking it out. Documentation was made.

A caller Saturday afternoon in the 100 block of West Tyler Street in Washington reported that her vehicle was being keyed during the overnight hours. An officer responded. Photographs were taken for documentation purposes.

A caller Friday afternoon in the 100 block of North Iowa Avenue in Washington reported witnessing a group of three people in a car who rolled down the window and threw a cup at a black car that was parked by a restaurant. They were last seen traveling eastbound on Second Street. An officer responded and located the suspect vehicle. The officer spoke with the juveniles, who admitted to throwing a cup out the window but not at a vehicle. They were counseled on their behavior and advised that they could be charged for either littering or criminal mischief. The officer was unable to locate the parked vehicle that was hit.

All other theft

A caller Friday morning in the 1000 block of West Madison Street in Washington reported a gas drive-off of $30 at 8:08 a.m. The party left, driving westbound in a red van. Dispatch contacted the registered owner, and she had paid with a debit card. The customer and the company were going to work it out.

All other offenses

A caller Friday night in the 400 block of West Washington Street in Washington reported someone was ringing her doorbell. An officer responded. It was relatives from out of state. There were no issues.

All other offenses

A caller Sunday morning in the 100 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported several teenagers were standing around a white car while a female was vomiting. Officers responded but were unable to locate anyone or the vehicle.

A caller Sunday night in the 3100 block of Highway 1 in Brighton reported a subject in his yard. An officer spoke with the caller and was unable to locate anyone.

A caller Monday morning in the 200 block of East Washington Street in Washington reported locating a silver metal-colored scooter with yellow stickers. It was a Gliderlik brand and had no serial number. An officer took the scooter to the bike shed.

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