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Arrests

A caller Wednesday morning at West Main Street in Washington reported that a wanted male subject was in the office. Donald Eugene Williams II, 20, of Washington, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for revoked pretrial release supervision on original charges of controlled substance violation, failure to affix drug stamp, possession of controlled substance – methamphetamine first offense. Bond was $5,000 cash only. Paper service was served by an officer.

An officer reported being out with a wanted person at the courthouse, Wednesday morning at West Main Street in Washington. Donald Eugene Williams, 49, of Washington, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for second-degree theft. Bond was $5,000 cash only. An officer arrested the subject and transported him to the jail. The warrant was served there.

An officer advised serving a warrant on a subject already incarcerated. Aaron Lucas Williams, 18, of Washington, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for revoked pretrial release on original charges of second-degree criminal mischief, eluding – injury, OWI, drugs, or participate in felony interference with corrections official, and operate vehicle without owner’s consent. Bond was $7,500 cash only.

An officer reported being out with a wanted subject, Wednesday afternoon at East Seventh Street in Washington. Brenda Lee Williams, 50, of Washington, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for second-degree theft. Bond was $5,000 cash only. An officer transported the subject to the jail and served the warrant.

Traffic accident

A caller Wednesday afternoon at South Iowa Avenue and West Tyler Street in Washington reported that an employee struck a parked car. An officer responded. The vehicle operator was Lisa Cavin, of Washington. The officer left a message for the owner of the parked vehicle to help exchange information between both parties. Documentation was made.

Disabled vehicles

An officer advised being out with a vehicle along the roadway, Wednesday morning at Highway 92 in Keota. The vehicle was unoccupied and was added to the system.

A disabled vehicle was reported, Wednesday afternoon at Highway 22 and Hemlock Avenue in Wellman. They had another vehicle assisting them and would be moved shortly.

An officer reported being out with a disabled vehicle, Wednesday night at Highway 92 and Highway 218. The subject got a ride and intended to remove the vehicle the next day. The vehicle was added to the system.

Animal complaint

A caller Wednesday morning at 250th Street in Keota reported that there were cows out of their fencing and in the ditch area near the roadway. Two officers responded. Owner Dan Duwa responded, and the cows were returned back to the fenced-in area.

A caller requested a salvage tag for a deer, Wednesday afternoon at Highway 1 in Brighton. A salvage tag was issued to Lisa Dohlman, of Brighton.

Assault

A caller Wednesday morning at East Second Street in Washington reported that an assault had occurred that morning to her son. They had left in a red GMC Sierra truck. An officer responded and spoke with all parties involved. No charges would be filed, after the officer spoke with the county attorney.

A caller Wednesday morning at F Avenue in Kalona reported that a student assaulted a teacher on Tuesday. An officer responded. Charges will be filed for assault.

Burglary

A caller Wednesday evening at East Van Buren Street in Washington reported that someone was in his garage. He was watching them on the camera. An officer spoke with the caller. The garage door and windows were locked, and no one was inside. The report was unfounded. The subject later called back to report that he could then hear someone rummaging around in his garage. Two officers responded. No one was inside, and there was nothing on the video. The incident was unfounded.

Civil dispute

A caller Wednesday night at 305th Street in Washington reported that there was a subject at English River Outfitters who was trying to take a trailer, but they were afraid he was going to tear up the ground. He was refusing to leave it until the weekend. The caller requested a deputy. An officer spoke with all parties. The subject was going to come back Saturday and pick up his belongings. They might call back for a civil standby at that time.

Illegal dumping

A caller Wednesday morning at Walnut Avenue in Riverside reported trash in the dumpster that did not belong to the tenants. An officer spoke with the caller and advised that the subjects who dumped the trash did live at the apartments.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Wednesday afternoon at West Madison Street in Washington reported being harassed by a subject at their place of employment. The harassment was an ongoing issue. An officer spoke with the caller. The information was documented.

Truancy

A caller Wednesday morning at Sixth Avenue in Wellman reported a truant student. An officer responded to the school and checked the residence. The student had moved and had enrolled at another school in Johnson County.

Welfare check

A caller Wednesday afternoon at North Fifth Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check on a subject. Three officers responded. An officer transported the subject to the VA Hospital in Iowa City.

All other theft

A caller Wednesday night at Highway 92 in Washington reported a female shoplifter wearing a black coat. The subject had a child with her. There was theft of cosmetics and apparel. Two officers responded. Mary Jane Soto, of Washington, was cited into court for fifth-degree theft and driving under suspension.