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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017 BUSINESS DIRECTORY PAGE 5B WASHINGTON COUNTY DISPATCH JAIL COUNT 31 inmates are being held in the Washington County Jail as of May 1. This includes 19 males and 12 con- tract inmates and one from another facility. Total income from contract- ing inmates to date is S2,164,052. Since April 28, there have been 16 incarcerations and 12 releases. Wellman April 25: RepoR received a ma- roon van drove off without paying for gas at Casey's in the amount of $20. Responding deputy unable to locate vehicle. April 28: Caller reported hitting a deer on 4/22 in Toyota Corolla. Ad- vised to report by insurance com- pany and deputy responded to docu- ment. April 29: Caller reported an older vehicle traveling about 27 M.P.H. west bound on Highway 22. It is trav- elling without any lights on. A broad- cast was put out and caller called back and said vehicle appeared to b eon fire and pulled over by Mid- Prairie High School. Operator was out of vehicle and Wellman Fire De- partment was paged. Wellman Fire and Rescue and Iowa Highway Patrol 'responded. Fire extinguished and ve- hicle left by the roadway. April 30: Caller at 9th Avenue ad- vised his neighbors have been park- ing in the alley and he has to drive through their yard to get to his house. Deputy responded and told the vehicle owner to move the ve- hicle. Caller at 8th Avenue reports his neighbor's German shepherd is out- side barking. When deputy respond- ed, dog was inside the residence. Kalona April 24: Caller at Nutmeg Av- enue reported a vehicle i~ parked on his property. Deputy spoke with the caller. Vehicie was parked on the ported her neighbors are being loud. roadway. Caller requested documen- Subjects were advised of noise cam- tat-ion and also left a note o the wind- plaint and Tyree Eugene Rashawn shield forthemt0contacthim. Keys (18) of Nichols, Miranda Re- Caller at 6th Street reports her imers-Frantz (20) of Iowa City, and a cousin is refusing to give her back 17-year old juvenile cited for posses- her daughter's clothing, toys, and car sion of alcohol under the legal age. seal Deputy spoke with caller and Deputy gave minor a ride to family this is a civil matter, residence in Hills. Caller reports her shed at Hickory April 28: Caller at 12th Place re- Street is on fire. Kalona Fire Depart- ports that son's friends were tres- ment and Washington County Sher- passing on property. Caller was spo- iff's Department responded and fire kentoandwilltrytohandleithimself was extinguished, by speaking with parents of friends. Report received of an injured fox April 29: Vehicle stop at 6th Street in the roadway at Highway 22 and and B Avenue. Arrested Nenad Pill- Kiwi Avenue that needs to be put povic of 407 C AvenUe, Kalona on down. Deputy responded and put first offense for possession of a con- animal down. trolled substance and possession of Caller reports father's house at marijuana and possession of drug 5th Avenue was broken into and had paraphernalia. been ransacked. Deputy responded to file repoR. Social security card en- Riverside tered as stolen and driver's license April 24: Caller in Ainsworth re- entered, ported a blue Blazer took out the Caller reported being scammed neighbor's fence railing in the yard out of $600. Caller was advised to and took off. Deputy unable to locate contact her bank and see about get- the vehicle: older green Blazer with a ring the phone number blocked and white male driver. Damage is under the incident was documented. $100 and was documented. April 25: Caller at 3rd Street re- RepoRed car versus deer accident quested a civil standby to help re- with no injuries at Highway 218 and trieve belongings. 265th Street. Silver Chevy Silverado Caller at BAvenue reported herju- sustained front end and radiator venile son ran away from re,sidence, damage and is not drivable. Moore's Last seen wearing a black shirt with BP Amoco responded and towed the a wolf on the front, grey shorts, and vehicle. high-top shoes. Juvenile left the resi- April 25: Multiple deputies re- dence on his green and black bicycle, sponded to Railroad Avenue to as- Deputy responded and was unable sist Environmental Health with a civil to locate and juvenile was entered as standby. missing. Caller contacted again later Welfare check requested on male to say thatjuvenile had returned and subject in parking lot of Riverside subject was removed from the sys- Travel Mart. Deputy responded and tem. located subject parked on Highway Ditch fire which does not appear 218 north of Highway 22 north- to be controlled at 540th Street and bound. Additional deputy also re- Kansas Avenue. Kalona Fire Depart- sponded and original responding ment responded and extinguished deputytransported one male subject the fire. to Mercy in Iowa City. Vehicle re- April 27: Caller on 5th Street re- mained where it was located and it was added to the vehicle mach. Joseph Robert Creamer (45) of 208 April 26: AinswoRh caller report- Washington Street, Ainsworth, taken ed a burglary at 1265 Vine Avenue. in on the charge of operating while Caller stated someone broke into under the influence (2nd offense) the house, stole the refrigerator, and with bond set at $2,000. messed up the house. Deputy spoke April 28: Caller at Travel MaR re- with the caller who state the burglary pored her daughter left her there. occurred sometime between April 24 Subject was transported to Casey's and April 25 at4 p.m. in Hills. Caller repoRs Iowa State Patrol is April 29: Caller in AinswoRh re- en route to the county jail with an pored hitting a deer in their 2003 arrest at Highway 218 ramp in Ain- Honda CRV with damage to the grill, swoRh. Thomas Jay Ruble (45) of driver's side headlight, and fender. Donnellson, Iowa for driving while Documented for insurance purposes. barred and driving while suspended. Caller at E 1st Street reported the Also arrested on Lee County warrant father of her children is at the resi- for voluntary absence from custody dence wanting to take the chiidren. on original charge of driving while Deputy responded and male subject barred and animals running at large, will be staying at the residence for Bond set at $2,000 cash. Extradition the night. No fuRher problems. arrangements to be made. Welfare check requested at High- April 27: Washington County way 22. Deputies responded and warrant arrest made in Ainsworth. subiect was fine. 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