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Arrests

A caller Tuesday night reported that they had a warrant for a subject who was in the Washington County Jail at Lexington Boulevard in Washington. Mitchell Wayne Duwa, 34, of Riverside, was arrested on a Johnson County warrant for probation revocation on domestic abuse assault with intent. Bond was $2,500 cash only. A hold was placed for Johnson County.

Traffic accident

A caller Tuesday morning at Highway 1 in Brighton reported a car-vs.-deer accident on Highway 1 north of Brighton. There were no injuries, and the vehicle was drivable. The vehicle operator was Will Parriott, of Washington. The vehicle had front-end damage. The deer was final and off the roadway. The accident was documented.

A caller Tuesday morning at Highway 218 in Crawfordsville reported a car-vs.-deer accident. The vehicle was a white Chevrolet Silverado. An Iowa State Patrol officer responded and assisted.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Highway 92 in West Chester reported a couple who hit a deer. They were not injured, but the deer was still alive in the middle of the road. The vehicle was a silver four-door car. An officer responded. The juvenile driver was on scene and was given a state accident report. The deer was deceased upon the officer’s arrival.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Highway 78 in Brighton reported that a vehicle slid down the hill at the curve east of Brighton on Highway 78. An Iowa State Patrol officer responded to assist. Moore’s Amoco responded for a tow.

A caller Tuesday afternoon reported hitting a deer on 305th and Sequoia Avenue in Crawfordsville. The deer was off the roadway. The vehicle was drivable. Documentation was made.

A caller Tuesday night at Highway 1 in Washington reported hitting a deer with her Kia Soul. The deer was dead and off the roadway. The vehicle was not drivable. Moore’s was requested to tow the vehicle. An officer and Moore’s responded. The driver was given a state accident report to file.

Traffic other

A caller Tuesday afternoon at E Avenue in Kalona reported a subject who ran a stop sign at a school crossing that day after school. An officer planned to attempt to locate the driver and counsel him on Wednesday.

Fire calls

A caller early Wednesday morning at Lackender Avenue SW in Riverside reported a trailer was on fire. Everyone was out. Kalona Fire, Riverside Fire and Hills Fire responded and extinguished the fire.

Arson

An officer early Wednesday morning at Highway 22 in Riverside reported locating a subject in the Riverside Casino parking lot who was a suspect in a Johnson County case. Johnson County also responded. The Washington County officer gave a female subject a ride to a residence in Kalona.

Assault

A caller Tuesday morning at 133rd Street in Wellman reported that her daughter physically attacked her and threatened her on Sunday. An officer spoke with the caller, who did not want to pursue charges. She was given her options.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at F Avenue in Kalona reported a student at the middle school who was getting physical with staff. Two officers responded. Juvenile Probation was contacted. Assault charges will be filed on the juvenile. The juvenile was transported to Four Oaks by an officer.

A caller Wednesday morning at North Marion Avenue in Washington reported that her son made her drive him to Washington, and then he assaulted her in the Fareway parking lot. She left the vehicle, and he was driving the vehicle. Direction of travel was unknown. City units responded. The caller did not want to pursue charges or report her vehicle as stolen. Attempts would be made to locate her son and the vehicle.

Burglary

A caller Tuesday night at Brown Deer Court in Wellman reported that their Apple iPhone 6 was taken from their residence within the past week. The caller was going to attempt to locate the serial number for the phone, and requested documentation. An officer was advised for documentation purposes.

Disorderly conduct

A caller Tuesday afternoon at East Polk Street in Washington reported that there was an 11-year-old female out of control in a car at the main entrance to the hospital. The caller requested assistance. The subject went inside without incident.

Drug/narcotics violation

An officer reported being out with a subject in the Riverside Casino parking lot, Wednesday morning at Highway 22 in Riverside. An officer advised pending charges per DCI Lab results for Ryan Lynn Lippard, 34, of West Chester, for possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Family offense nonviolent

A caller Tuesday afternoon at South Iowa Avenue in Washington requested a welfare check on her 2 ½-year-old daughter. The caller said she had not seen her for two months. An officer was unable to locate anyone at home.

Hang-up 911 calls

Dispatch reported a hang-up 911 call locating in the area, Tuesday night at South 10th Avenue and Perdock Court in Washington. An officer responded. There was no emergency at the residence.

Illegal dumping

A caller Tuesday morning at East Main Street in Washington reported that a large amount of trash had been dumped into their dumpster. An officer responded and made contact with the subjects who dumped the trash. They agreed to have it picked up and disposed of properly.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at East Washington Street in Washington requested an officer for illegal dumping. An officer spoke with the caller. This was a landlord-and-tenant issue.

Intimidation/harassment

A caller Tuesday morning at West Second Street in Washington reported harassment to employees by an ex-employee who quit on her own accord. An officer responded to the business and spoke with the employees. Extra patrol was provided.

Runaways/missing person

A caller Tuesday night at East South Street in Tipton reported locating a missing juvenile from Washington County as well as a stolen vehicle. The juvenile was picked up by her parents and transported to the Washington County Sheriff’s office, and was canceled from the system. The juvenile was sent to Juvenile Detention. The stolen vehicle was towed, and the owner was advised they could pick it up. The vehicle was canceled from the system.

Suspicious activity

A caller Tuesday morning reported two vehicles parked in the roadway at James Avenue off Highway 218 in Crawfordsville. One was a black Chevrolet truck, and the other was a two-colored orange Blazer. An officer responded. The subject was out of gas.

Vandalism

A caller Tuesday night at North Pine Street in Crawfordsville reported that someone vandalized their homemade trash bin overnight. The caller requested documentation and extra patrol. An officer was advised.

Welfare check

A caller Tuesday morning at East Seventh Street in Washington requested a welfare check on her husband at work. An officer responded. The subject had left work, and they would call if he returned.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at Lincoln Street in Ainsworth reported a young child was playing in the street in front of the residence. An officer made contact with the father, who had immediately retrieved the child.

All other theft

A caller Tuesday morning at South Avenue B in Washington reported his diamond-plated tool box stolen out of his truck. An officer responded for documentation purposes.

All other offenses

A caller Tuesday morning at South Iowa Avenue in Washington reported an alarm going off at the residence. The sound was coming from the back side area. Two officers responded. An officer advised it was a faulty smoke detector. Homeowners were advised.

A caller Tuesday afternoon at East Second Street in Washington reported that a subject was sending her son inappropriate pictures over PlayStation messenger. An officer spoke to the caller.