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Jail count


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Holding ? N/A


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Arrests


Samantha Jo Debler, 25, of Coralville, was arrested Tuesday morning at I-380 and I-80 in Coralville on two Washington County warrants. The first warrant was for violation of probation on an original charge of controlled substance violation and ongoing criminal conduct. The second warrant was for failure to appear for pretrial conference on an original charge of unlawful possession of prescription drug.


 


Traffic accident


A caller reported hitting a vehicle in the parking lot, Monday morning in the 400 block of East Polk Street in Washington. An officer responded. Drivers? information was exchanged. No citations were issued. The accident occurred on private property.


 


Traffic other


A caller Monday night reported running into a sign with her vehicle at West Madison Street and 250th Street in Washington. The vehicle had a flat tire and was not drivable. An officer responded. There appeared to be no damages to the sign. The operator had contacted a towing service to pick up the vehicle. A message was left for the DOT because the sign had no lights and was in the middle of the roadway in a dark area. Damages were under $1,500.


 


Disabled vehicles


A caller Monday morning at Kiwi Avenue and 250th Street in Washington reported being stuck on a dirt road because GPS routed him the wrong way. The caller was in a 2015 white Toyota Corolla, and someone was on the way to get him. He planned to leave the vehicle until the road dried up and the car could be pulled out. Contact was already made with a towing company. An officer was advised. Information was forwarded to County Roads. Documentation was made.


An officer reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Monday night at Highway 1 and Highway 92 in Washington. Everything was fine.


 


Animal complaint


A caller Monday morning in the 600 block of South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported a bat flying down the main hall. An officer responded and was unable to locate the bat.


A caller Tuesday morning in the 400 block of South Third Avenue in Washington reported a bat in the residence. An officer responded and was unable to locate the bat.


 


Family offense nonviolent


A caller Monday afternoon in the 300 block of East Seventh Street in Washington reported a small child unattended in the roadway. Another caller advised that the child almost got hit crossing the road. An officer responded and made contact with the father, who thought he was playing in the backyard. There was no problem.


 


Hang-up 911 calls


Dispatch reported a 911 hang-up, possibly a phone issue, early Tuesday morning in the 400 block of East Harrison Street in Washington. An officer responded. No one answered the door.


 


Sex offender


An officer reported a sex offender registry of a Riverside resident, in the county of Washington.


Suspicious activity


A caller Monday morning in the 400 block of West Seventh Street in Washington reported a subject who was ripping open trash bags, making a mess. She had seen him do this before. He was last seen walking westbound, wearing grungy clothes. An officer was advised and was familiar with this subject. The officer checked the area and did not locate any trash anywhere. Everything was contained in bags and trash cans.


A caller Monday night at East 14th Street and North Fourth Avenue in Washington reported a suspicious male subject in the area who appeared to be looking into windows of residences. Officers responded to the area and were unable to locate the subject.


 


Trespass


A caller Monday morning in the 200 block of South Van Buren Street in Brighton reported a female visitor got into the caller?s Dodge Caravan. They found her cellphone on the passenger seat. An officer responded. A citation was issued to Holly Sue Glisan, 51, of Keota, for trespass.


 


Vandalism


A caller Monday morning in the 900 block of South Second Avenue in Washington reported that her daughter?s house window was broken with a beer bottle and a vehicle window was broken with a brick sometime before 3 a.m. An officer responded. The incident is under investigation. A report will be filed.


 


All other theft


A caller Monday morning in the 100 block of North Marion Avenue in Washington reported a theft from her residence on Saturday night. An officer spoke with the subject. The information will be referred to the appropriate department.


A caller Monday morning in the 1700 block of East Washington Street in Washington reported a gas drive-off of $19.10 in the past couple of minutes. The subject had left in a black Dodge TK, heading toward a nearby store. An officer was advised, and was unable to locate the subject. The officer planned to check at the residence later. Dispatch contacted the registered owner by phone, and they were going to contact the caller?s place of business to resolve the issue.


A caller reported that a subject was in the parking lot and had taken some merchandise, Monday afternoon in the 300 block of East Washington Street in Washington. The manager was out with her at the time of the call. An officer was requested. An officer responded. A citation was issued to Regina Donsha Stewart, 28, of Washington, for disorderly conduct.


A caller Monday night in the 700 block of East Harrison Street in Washington reported that sometime last week, someone stole food items and a bicycle from his garage. An officer responded. The bicycle was a gray Dawes Haymaker. There were no suspects. Documentation was made.


A caller Monday night in the 1300 block of North Fourth Avenue reported a theft out of his garage. Stolen were a bottle of peach tequila mix, strawberry tequila, blue lighter torch, BIC cigarette lighter and Pall Mall cigarettes. The items were stolen between midnight and 4 a.m. The information was documented.


 


All other offenses


A caller Monday night in the 400 block of East Polk Street in Washington reported a young male out of control, arguing and trying to destroy things. Officers responded. The juvenile had calmed down upon the officers? arrival.