Tuesday, Sept. 3

Deputies responded to 19 calls, including two incomplete 911 calls, two motorist assists, one reckless driver, one disturbing peace and quiet, one welfare check, one business alarm, one suspicious activity, one suspicious odor, one suspicious vehicle, one rescue, one domestic, one civil issue, one accident, one vehicle unlock, one paper service attempt and two agency assists.

The communications center fielded 81 calls including 31 911. The jail is currently holding 19.

Jacob R. Yoder, 28, of Chariton, was charged with failure to appear.

Wednesday, Sept. 4

Deputies responded to 32 calls, including eight paper service attempts, two accidents, two suspicious vehicles, two civil issues, two return calls, two suspicious persons, one trespass, one rescue, one theft, one transport, one motorist assist, one vehicle unlock, one suspicious activity, one wanted person check, one debris in the roadway, one suicidal subject, one extra patrol, one agency assist and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 145 calls including 29 911. The jail is currently holding 22.

Mason Ross Crabbs, 23, of West Des Moines, was charged with driving while barred, two counts of motor carrier safety rules violation, speeding and dark window or windshield.

Rea Renee Becerra, 42, of Melcher, was charged with driving while barred.

Renae Nicole Clark, 31, of Des Moines, was held for another agency.

John Charles Springer, 47, of Bushnell, IL, was charged with second-degree criminal mischief and fifth-degree theft.

Thursday, Sept. 5

Deputies responded to 43 calls, including five motorist assists, four return calls, three reckless drivers, three paper service attempts, three extra patrols, two wanted persons, two frauds, two accidents, two informational reports, two harassments, two vehicle inspections, two suspicious persons, one parking complaint, one disturbing the peace and quiet, one domestic, one civil issue, one rescue, one dog bite, one agency assist, one vehicle unlock, one transport, one welfare check and one deer.

The communications center fielded 139 calls, including 16 to 911. The jail is currently holding 23.

Gregory Morton, 57, of Swan, was charged with violation of a restraining order.

Darryn Lyn Dugan, 50, of Nodaway, was charged with four counts of third-degree harassment.

Lucas Anthony Shepley, 29, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Trixie Annemeana Grace, 46, of Oskaloosa, was charged with fourth-degree theft.

Cody James Harkness, 33, of Bussey, was charged with driving while barred.

Friday, Sept. 6

Deputies responded to 29 calls, including one motorist assist, one return call, eight paper service attempts, one wanted person, one fraud, one vehicle accident, one welfare check, one juvenile issue, two debris in the roadway, two compliance checks, four rescues, one theft, one suicidal subject, two disputes, one deer and one suspicious activity.

The communications center fielded 148 calls, including 39 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Larry Anthony Garcia, 71, of Mason City, was charged with interference with official acts.

Shelby Nicole Breding, 32, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of probation.

Saturday, Sept. 7

Deputies responded to 33 calls, including three motorist assists, four return calls, two reckless drivers, ten paper service attempts, two wanted persons, three frauds, two vehicle accidents, one hit and run accident, one civil issue, two transports, one welfare check, one juvenile and one debris in the roadway.

The communications center fielded 150 calls, including 23 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Arland Dale Lamb, 52, of Pella, was served a judgment entry.

Carl Franklin Bragg, 43, of Newton, was charged with fourth-degree theft.

Tony James Marlin, 51, of Newton, was served a judgment entry.

Cindy Rae Karns, 44, of Granger, was charged with identity theft and forgery.

Sunday, Sept. 8

Deputies responded to 35 calls, including five motorist assists, one return call, two reckless drivers, five paper service attempts, two wanted persons, three suspicious activities, two vehicle inspections, one escort, two civil issues, two welfare checks, one juvenile, one debris in the roadway, one alarm, one dispute, two domestics, one livestock in the roadway, one violation of a no contact order, one parking issue and one harassment.

The communications center fielded 108 calls, including 29 to 911. The jail is currently holding 21.

Joseph William Willemsen, 46, of Pella, was charged with sex abuse, third offense.

Monday, Sept. 9

Deputies responded to 25 calls, including three rescues, three motorist assists, two reckless drivers, two civil issues, one disturbing peace and quiet, one extra patrol, one fire alarm, one debris in the roadway, one business alarm, one suspicious person, one trespass, one violation of a no contact order, one dog, one vehicle inspection, one paper service attempt, one meet subject, one return call and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 90 calls, including 30 to 911. The jail is currently holding 21.

Drew Michael McGee, 24, of Oskaloosa, was charged with operating vehicle while intoxicated, interference with official acts, driving on the wrong side of two-way highway and manor of conveyance.

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