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
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An officer reported being out at a residence checking on a wanted person, Thursday afternoon at South Avenue B in Washington. Brenda Lee Williams, 50, of Washington, was arrested on a Mahaska County warrant for failure to appear for pretrial conference on an original charge of unlawful possession of prescription drugs. Bond was $1,000 cash only. The subject was transported to the Washington County Jail.
A caller Thursday night at N.E. 14th Street in Des Moines reported locating a subject on a Washington County warrant. Dylan Lee Willhite-Perisho, 27, of Ankeny, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for disorderly conduct fighting or violent behavior. Bond was $300 cash only. A detainer was placed with Polk County Jail, and extradition arrangements will be made.
An officer reported being out at Walmart in reference to a theft, early Friday morning at Highway 92 in Washington. Harlee Lura Brooks, of Cassville, Missouri, was arrested on charges of trespass and theft in the fifth degree. Shyla Renae Polk, of Springfield, Missouri, was arrested on charges of trespass and theft in the fifth degree. A juvenile was cited into court on charges of trespass and theft in the fifth degree. Charges are pending for theft on all subjects.
A caller Friday morning at Vine Avenue in Riverside requested a welfare check on her daughter, who had been parked at the same location for quite some time. Two officers responded. Deanna Marie Winn, 18, of Richland, was arrested on charges of OWI, first offense, and driving while license under suspension, second offense.
A caller Thursday morning at Lexington Boulevard in Washington reported that someone hit their daughter’s vehicle while it was parked in the Kirkwood parking lot. There were no suspects, and the caller was not sure which day this had occurred. An officer was advised for documentation unless further information is obtained.
A caller Thursday night at Highway 1 in Kalona reported being involved in a vehicle accident on Highway 1 north of Highway 22 in Kalona. There were no injuries, and there was no vehicle information for the other vehicle. The caller requested documentation. An officer was advised for documentation.
A caller Thursday night at Highway 92 and Juniper Avenue in West Chester reported a car-vs.-deer accident. The vehicle was not drivable. The driver was going to contact his insurance company for a tow. An officer was advised. Documentation was made for insurance purposes. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if damages amounted to more than $1,500.
A caller early Friday morning at Highway 218 and 130th Street in Riverside reported he was in a vehicle accident in his tan Chevrolet Impala. There were no injuries. The vehicle slid off the roadway due to the snowy conditions. An officer responded and gave the subject a ride to Kum & Go. Earl’s was contacted to remove the vehicle from the ditch at the owner’s request. The officer advised that there were no damages to the vehicle. Documentation was made.
A caller Thursday afternoon reported a vehicle behind her in the McDonald’s parking lot, and the male passenger had a baby on his lap with a seat belt around both of them. The vehicle was a tan Buick Rendezvous. An officer located the vehicle at the residence and made contact with the occupants.
An officer reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Thursday night at Highway 92 and Redwood Avenue in Washington. No one was around, and the vehicle was added to Mach.
A caller Thursday afternoon at Milwaukee Avenue in Ainsworth reported that a neighbor’s black Lab mix was running at large again and was on their porch area. An officer responded and spoke with a neighbor, who advised that the dog’s owner was out looking for his dog.
A caller Friday morning at Highway 22 in Riverside reported that her friend was assaulted in the hotel, and provided a possible room number. An officer responded and was unable to locate the suspect or the victim.
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A caller Thursday night at North 12th Avenue in Washington reported a strong smell of gas in the area. Contact was made with Kinder-Morgan. They were going to send someone to the area.
A caller Thursday morning at West Fountain Street in Brighton requested to speak to a deputy about a case of fraud. An officer spoke with the caller. They were provided the phone number for the FBI office in Omaha, Nebraska. The bank stopped the transaction before any money was lost. The information was documented.
A caller Thursday afternoon at Lexington Boulevard in Washington requested to speak to a deputy in reference to a report of possible sexual assault. An officer spoke with the caller. A school was handling the incident internally. The incident was not sexual assault. Documentation was made.
A caller Thursday afternoon at Palm Avenue in Washington reported a suspicious vehicle on the shop’s property. When the vehicle was approached, they asked if the occupants needed help, and they replied they were OK, and drove off. The caller was requesting to speak with an officer. An officer spoke with the caller on the phone. Documentation was made, and the officer was attempting to locate the vehicle. The caller’s mother called in later and advised that the vehicle was spotted by their place again and then took off toward town. City units were advised, and they checked the area for the vehicle and were unable to locate it.
A caller Thursday afternoon at North Avenue F in Washington reported that two males and one female entered the store and went into the bathroom, and only two had left the building. Two officers responded. The store was secured.
A caller Thursday evening at South Avenue B in Washington reported that subjects from earlier were back at the apartment. Two officers responded. A male subject had been there to get a diaper bag and returned to the vehicle. He was advised he was not welcome to be there.