Police log

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

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A subject was reported in the jail lobby to turn herself in, Tuesday evening at Lexington Boulevard in Washington. Sadie Jane Fah, 23, of Davenport, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for possession of controlled substance – marijuana, first offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was $1,300 cash only. An officer served the warrant. The warrant was cleared from the system.

A deputy reported being out at a residence attempting to locate a subject wanted out of Johnson County, Tuesday night at Sixth Street in Kalona. Alexander Warren DeHogues, 27, of Kalona, was arrested on a Johnson County warrant for failure to appear for probation revocation on original charge of eluding. Bond was $1,000 cash or surety. An officer transported the subject to the cheese factory and turned the subject over to a Johnson County deputy.

Traffic accident

A caller reported a two-vehicle accident on the overpass to Highway 22 at Riverside, Tuesday afternoon. State Patrol handled the accident report.

A caller Tuesday afternoon reported a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of South Fourth Avenue and East Washington Street in Washington. An officer responded. Operators were Briana Skubal, of Washington, and a juvenile. While the officer was on the scene, one of the occupants requested to be checked out by an ambulance service. An ambulance responded and had no transport. Skubal was given a verbal warning for failure to obey a traffic control device. A state accident report will be filed.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Highway 218 in Washington reported a traffic accident that had occurred at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 9. The caller had damage to his front bumper. Information was exchanged between parties. Documentation was made.

A caller Tuesday evening at Highway 92 and Keokuk Washington Road in Keota reported hitting a deer. There were no injuries, and Moore’s Towing was en route to remove the vehicle. An officer was advised for documentation. The caller was advised to fill out a state accident report if the damage was over $1,500.

Traffic other

A caller Tuesday afternoon at West Tyler Street and South Avenue B in Washington reported that his gold 1999 Chrysler Sebring had a tire come off on West Tyler by the high school. It was sitting in the middle of the road. A caller had called a tow truck before the officer arrived. The officer provided traffic control.

Disabled vehicles

A deputy reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Tuesday afternoon at Highway 218 and 220th Street in Ainsworth. The deputy advised that the subject had pulled over to rest and did not need assistance.

A caller Tuesday night at South Main Street in Crawfordsville reported placing a 24-hour tow tag on a vehicle. Documentation was made.

Fire calls

A caller Tuesday night at 335th Street in Brighton reported being stuck inside a grain bin. Brighton Fire, Brighton QRS, Washington Fire, Washington Rescue, an ambulance, and two officers responded. AirCare was placed on standby and disregarded. The subject was assisted from the bin.

Animal complaint

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Circle Drive in Wellman reported needing a deer tag. An officer responded. The subject planned to remove the deer and transport it to another address to dispose of it.


A caller Tuesday afternoon at Shiloh Drive in Kalona reported harassment. An officer spoke to the caller. The information was documented.


A caller Tuesday afternoon at North Sixth Avenue in Washington reported that someone keyed her Toyota Highlander. The caller was unsure when it happened. The information was documented.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Lexington Boulevard in Washington reported that someone had been attempting to take license plate registration tags off vehicles at the apartment complex. An officer responded. The caller requested extra patrol. They had no suspects.

All other theft

A caller Tuesday afternoon at West First Street in Riverside reported jump-starting a vehicle during the early-morning hours by the Riverside Park, and the subject refused to pay and drove off in a gold Caravan. No license plate information was available. The caller requested to speak with a deputy and get paid for his service. An officer was unable to get the caller to answer their phone. The incident was documented.

A caller Tuesday night at South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported that her husband stole her credit card. An officer spoke with the caller. The information was documented.

All other offenses

A caller Tuesday morning at Highway 92 in Washington reported that he possibly lost his wallet at Walmart. It was a brown wallet that contained a driver’s license, a debit card and $230 cash. The item was entered into the system, and documentation was made.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Coppock Road in Washington reported that a farmer was hauling manure on the Coppock Road and there was manure all over the roadway. County Roads responded and spoke with the farmer, who planned to clean it up.