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June 2, 2019

Police log

June 2, 2019

Police log

14 – Washington County Male Inmates

3 – Washington County Female Inmates

48 – Out of County Contract Inmates

65 – TOTAL

Total revenue for housing out of county contract inmates from July 1, 2018, to April 30, 2019: $525,110

Arrests

Clinton County Sheriff’s office reported being out with a subject wanted in Washington County, Sunday morning at Seventh Avenue North in Clinton. Billy Edward Stage, 36, of Cedar Rapids, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for failure to appear for arraignment, possession of controlled substance – methamphetamine first offense. Bond was $1,000 cash only; pickup/100 mires. Clinton County had local charges, and a hold was placed for Washington County.

Traffic other

A caller Sunday night at North Marion Avenue in Washington reported that his vehicle broke down and he had been waiting several hours for a tow. The caller wanted to know if a deputy could assist him in getting home. An officer responded. Moore’s was contacted for the tow and gave the subject a ride home.

Disabled vehicles

An officer reported being out with a possible disabled vehicle, Sunday morning at Highway 1 and 205th Street in Washington. There was no problem.

Animal complaint

A caller Sunday afternoon at Ginkgo Avenue and First Street in Wellman reported that two loose dogs chased his children at South Park. The owner was a heavy-set white male with a white beard, and his clothing included a blue plaid shirt and a vest. The dogs were a pitbull and a black Lab mix. An officer checked the area and spoke with the caller. He was unable to locate the male subject or the dogs.

A caller Sunday afternoon at South Seventh Avenue in Washington requested assistance with a bat inside the residence. Two officers responded. The bat was removed.

A caller Sunday night at East Adams Street in Washington reported a bat. An officer responded and removed the bat.

Barking dog

A caller Sunday night at East Madison Street in Washington reported that dogs had been barking all day long. An officer responded and advised Dalton Myers of the complaint.

DP & Q

A caller Sunday morning at East Main Street in Washington reported loud music from a residence. An officer responded. Music was not playing.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Sunday morning at A Avenue in Kalona reported having a problem with the neighbors’ throwing items over the fence line, and they would not stop. An officer spoke with juveniles and parents at the neighboring residence, and the situation was going to be resolved.

A caller Sunday night at South Seventh Avenue in Washington requested to speak with an officer about being threatened by his former roommate. An officer responded. The caller decided that they would block the subject on social media.

Suspicious activity

A caller Sunday afternoon at E Avenue in Kalona reported a suspicious vehicle that had been parked for a few hours. Two officers responded. Everything was fine.

Trespass

A caller Sunday afternoon at Wayland Road in Washington reported trespassers on his property. An officer responded. A verbal warning for trespass was given to one subject, of Wellman. A warning will also be issued to a second subject, of Washington.

Vandalism

A caller Sunday morning at Ninth Avenue in Wellman reported damages in their yard from a vehicle. The caller thought they heard loud noises near the residence at about 1 a.m.

Welfare check

A caller Sunday evening at North Avenue C in Washington reported a welfare check on two young children walking without an adult. Two officers responded. They made it home. Everything was fine.

All other theft

A caller Sunday night at Orange Avenue in Kalona reported a stolen John Deere tractor. An officer was advised to disregard. The tractor was located.

All other offenses

A caller Sunday afternoon at South Mechanic Street in Brighton reported a verbal argument with another male subject. An officer responded and talked with both parties involved.

A caller Sunday evening at North Second Avenue in Washington reported that her 14-year-old daughter was out of control, cursing and throwing things in the residence. Two officers responded. The incident was verbal only.

A caller Sunday evening at North Second Avenue in Washington requested to speak to an officer in reference to a possible no-contact order violation. An officer spoke to the caller, who wanted this documented.

A caller Sunday night at Highway 92 in Ainsworth requested assistance with his custody exchange of his 16-year-old son. Two officers responded. The juvenile left with the caller.