Tuesday, Nov. 19

Deputies responded to 24 calls, including five motorist assists, three paper service attempts, two accidents, two vehicle unlocks, two meet subjects, two extra patrols, one agency assist, one incomplete 911 call, one informational report, one illegal burn, one wanted subject, one harassment, one residential structural fire and one rescue.

The communications center fielded 131 calls including 27 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 28.

Scot Allen Stewart, Jr., 21, of Newton, was charged with third-degree burglary.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Deputies responded to 21 calls, including two return calls, eight motorist assists, one vehicle unlock, three paper service attempts, one rescue, one parking complaint, one dispute, one wanted person check, one deer, one meet subject and one other call.

The communications center fielded 120 calls including 20 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 29.

Rae Renee Becerra, 42, of Melcher, was charged with forgery and fourth-degree theft.

Robert Dean Denneson, 35, of Knoxville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Thursday, Nov. 21

Deputies responded to 27 calls, including two extra patrol, two deer, one trespassing, two motorist assists, three paper service attempts, two accidents, three juveniles, two follow ups, two debris in the roadway, one theft, one return call, one civil matter, one parking complaint, one dog, one dispute, one suspicious activity and one transport.

The communications center fielded 147 calls, including 21 to 911. The jail is currently holding 28.

Joseph William Christiansen, 24, of Knoxville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Cody James Novoa Domino, 26, Homeless, was charged with assault and violation of a no contact order.

Shayna Nicole Sibert, 23, of Chariton, was charged with fifth-degree theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.

Friday, Nov. 22

Deputies responded to 40 calls, including seven paper service attempts, five motorist assists, four transports, three return calls, two incomplete 911 calls, two agency assists, two extra patrols, two vehicle unlocks, one suicidal subject, one deer, one burglary, one rescue, one assist, one reckless driver, one livestock in the roadway, one dispute, one residential alarm, one missing person and three other calls.

The communications center fielded 105 calls, including 30 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

Lucas Arron Willett, 30, of Truro, was held for another agency.

Steven Troy Johnson, 54, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of a no contact order.

Cassandra Mary Burden, 29, of Norwalk, was held for another agency.

Justin Michael Shrader, 37, of Oskaloosa, was charged with driving under suspension, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, possession of contraband in a correctional facility, drug trafficking and failure to provide proof of financial liability.

Saturday, Nov. 23

Deputies responded to 32 calls, including nine motorist assists, four extra patrols, two return calls, two paper service attempts, two rescues, one accident, one transport, one agency assist, one juvenile, one reckless driver, one illegal burn, one civil call, one escort, one debris in the roadway, one domestic, one wanted person check, and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 123 calls, including 21 to 911. The jail is currently holding 29.

Robert Allen Long, 38, of West Des Moines, was held for another agency.

Robert Dean Denneson, 35, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

William Austin Chance, 32, of Lovilla, was charged with driving under suspension.

Kartrina Rebecca Lange, 26, of Knoxville, was charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, drug tax stamp violations, three counts of child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sunday, Nov. 24

Deputies responded to 22 calls, including four motorist assists, two extra patrol checks, two reckless drivers, one incomplete 911 call, one deer, one paper service attempt, one criminal mischief, one return call, one dog, one escort, one meet subject, one suspicious activity, one vehicle unlock, one harassment, one transport and two agency assists.

The communications center fielded 114 calls, including 24 to 911. The jail is currently holding 25.

Jarrod Dircks Strowig, 33, of Pella, was charged with OWI, first offense.

John Dennis Murray, 31, of Knoxville, was charged with willful injury, serious injury.

Hamp Dean Kindley, 23, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of probation.

Monday, Nov. 25

Deputies responded to 25 calls, including four motorist assists, three extra patrol checks, two return call, two follow ups, one intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, one residential alarm, one rescue, one vehicle unlock, one animal bite, one informational call, one debris in the roadway, one juvenile, one harassment, one welfare check, one deer, one suspicious person and one agency assist.

The communications center fielded 79 calls, including 16 to 911. The jail is currently holding 25.

Alvis T. Sayee, 20, of Fargo, ND, was charged with two counts of third-degree sexual abuse, harboring a runaway and enticing a minor.

Francisco Javier Bermudez, 27, of Coddeyville, KS, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance, no valid driver’s license and open container, driver over the age of 21.

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