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July 13 Police log

Jail count

23 – Washington County Male Inmates

5 – Washington County Female Inmates

45 – Out of County Contract Inmates

73 – TOTAL

Arrests

A caller Saturday afternoon at South Sixth Street in Kalona reported that a female with red hair had been seen taking items from her mother’s store. She had a silver vehicle with no license plates. Sarah Elizabeth Alcorn, 26, of Marion, was arrested on charges of third-degree burglary, trespass, possession of controlled substance – methamphetamine first offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The vehicle was towed by Earl’s.

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Saturday night at North Marion Avenue in Washington. Nancy Reyes, 26, of Washington, was arrested on a Johnson County warrant for driving while license denied or revoked, with bond set at $2,000 cash or surety; and an Iowa City Police Department warrant for violation of probation, with bond set at $2,000 cash or surety. The officer cited her into court for driving under suspension third offense, and a stop sign violation. The officer transported her to the cheese factory and transferred custody to a Johnson County deputy.

Johnson County reported being out with a wanted subject out of Washington County, Sunday morning at Melrose Avenue in Iowa City. Cora Lea White, 34, of Iowa City, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for violation of probation on an original charge of third-degree theft and fourth-degree theft. Bond was $2,000 cash only. A Washington County officer transported the subject to the jail and served the warrant and paper service.

Traffic accident

A caller Saturday night at 220th Street in Washington reported a single vehicle rollover accident. Four Washington County officers, Washington Fire, a Washington County Rescue unit, Ainsworth QRS, Ainsworth Fire, a Washington County ambulance and AirCare responded. AirCare transported one occupant to the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City. There was no ambulance transport. Moore’s Towing responded to remove the vehicle. A state accident report will be filed.

A caller early Sunday morning at Vine Avenue and 220th Street in Ainsworth reported a car-vs.-deer accident with no injuries. The vehicle was off the roadway but was not drivable. An officer responded and gave the driver a state accident report to fill out. The subject had a tow en route and a ride. Documentation was made.

Traffic stop serious

An officer reported being at a vehicle stop, Saturday night at East Madison Street in Washington. The officer cited a juvenile subject for driving under suspension first offense. A valid driver drove the car home.

Traffic other

A caller Saturday night at East Madison Street in Washington reported that a semi was illegally parked. An officer responded. The semi was going to be moved. The officer planned to check back and confirm that the semi was moved.

Disabled vehicles

A deputy reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Saturday night at Highway 218 and 175th Street in Riverside. The officer added the vehicle to the system.

An officer reported an unoccupied disabled vehicle, early Sunday morning at Wayland Road in Washington. The officer added the vehicle to the system.

Assault

A caller Saturday afternoon at 335th Street in Brighton reported that her daughter was assaulted by her boyfriend the previous night and had several bruises. An officer responded. The information was going to be forwarded to the county attorney.

A caller Saturday night at South Third Avenue in Washington reported being hit in the face with a metal pole. No medical attention was requested. Two officers responded. A report will be filed.

A caller Saturday night at Highway 22 in Riverside reported that a domestic assault happened in one of the hotel rooms. The parties were separated. Five Washington County officers responded. The altercation was verbal only, and parties remained separated.

A caller Saturday night at North Taylor Street in Brighton reported that her daughter was being assaulted by her ex-boyfriend. Washington County officers, a Conservation officer and a Police Department officer responded. There was no evidence of any assault. An officer transported the male subject back to his own residence in Fairfield.

Barking dog

A caller Saturday night at Second Street in Wellman reported a dog crying inside the residence. An officer responded. No one was home. Documentation was made.

Burglary

A caller Saturday morning at North Avenue C in Washington reported that a subject stole an item out of her garage the previous night. There were two male subjects, and one was on a bicycle. An officer responded. Nothing was taken. Documentation was made.

A caller Saturday afternoon at East Main Street in Washington reported that a window was broken out of his residence, and was unsure if anything was missing, since he had not gone inside. An officer responded. No burglary occurred. There had been criminal mischief to a screen on the west side. Nothing was missing. The incident was documented.

Disorderly conduct

A caller Saturday night at South Third Avenue in Washington requested an officer because her boyfriend was trying to take their daughter. An officer responded. Both parties were counseled and refused to leave the residence.

Hang-up 911 calls

An open line 911 call was received, Saturday morning at South 12th Avenue in Washington. There was no answer upon callback. An officer responded. A subject was helping his son with a cellphone. There was no problem.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Saturday morning at West Madison Street in Washington reported slander on social media from an incident that occurred more than a week ago inside the business. An officer spoke with the caller, who was advised that there was little the Police Department could do about the situation. She understood.

A caller Saturday afternoon at Railroad Street in Riverside reported that his 13-year-old daughter was staying with him and was receiving harassing text messages from her grandmother. An officer spoke with both parties. The information was documented.

Trespass

A caller Saturday night at East Jefferson Street in Washington reported a subject on his front steps who was refusing to leave. An officer responded and advised that subject to leave the property.

Welfare check

A deputy received a report of a subject making statements of harming themselves, on social media, Saturday afternoon at East Second Street in Washington. An officer responded. The parents were with them and would take care of the situation.

All other theft

A caller Saturday morning at Vine Avenue in Ainsworth reported that his grandson showed up at his residence that morning and claimed he was mugged by three guys and was missing his wallet, watch, money, identification, and shoes. An officer spoke with the caller, who refused to cooperate. There were conflicting stories. Documentation was made. Boots, hat and phone were located at a residence in Washington and were going to be returned to the subject. He might have left a bicycle in the neighbor’s yard, as well – a red and blue Mongoose.

A caller Saturday afternoon at C Avenue in Kalona reported that a subject was at her house taking items she was not allowed to have, from her basement. The caller then called back to say it was fine and that the deputy could disregard.

All other offenses

A caller Saturday night at Wayland Road and 290th Street in Washington reported possible underage drinking. An officer responded and spoke to the homeowner, who advised that only the adults were drinking.