Daily Record, May 6, 2013
Marshall County Courthouse
Bryan Lolwing, 204 1/2 N. Fifth St., made an initial appearance on a operating while intoxicated-first offense charge, a willful injury charge and a aggravated domestic assault charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his cases. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. May 13. Bond is set at $11,000 total cash only. The court ordered that if he owned or possessed any firearms or ammunition, Lolwing is to make arrangements with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office within the next 24 hours to surrender them. The court further ordered that upon release Lolwing is to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court within 60 days of release. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.
Ward Matthew Duffy, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a pre-trial revocation charge. Scott Hunter, previously appointed, will continue representation. A hearing is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. May 6 in district court. Bond is set at $15,000 cash or surety.
Michael Allen Witte, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a parole violation charge. The court appointed Darrell Meyer to represent him in this matter. A parole revocation hearing will be scheduled by Witte’s parole officer as his calendar permits. Witte will be held without bond.
April Marie Brubaker, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a parole violation charge. The court appointed Merrill Swartz to represent her in this matter before the court. The parole revocation hearing will be scheduled by her parole officer as his calendar permits. Brubaker is being held without bond.
Justin James Holder, address unknown, made an initial appearance on two counts of a violation of a no-contact order charge. Michael Marquess was appointed to represent Holder on these charges. A contempt hearing is set for 11 a.m. May 17. If he possesses any firearms or ammunition he is to make arrangements with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office within 24 hours to surrender them. Holder was released on his own recognizance. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.
Zane Dolash, 717 N. Fifth Ave., made an initial appearance on two violations of pre-trial release on a theft charge and a public intoxication-enhanced charge. Jenny Wilson Moore will continue representation for the violation of pre-trial release on the theft charge and Laura Sopher will continue representation for violation of pre-trial release on the public intoxication-enhanced charge. On the theft charge the pre-trial conference is set for 1:30 p.m. June 7 with the jury trial set for 9 a.m. June 13. The pre-trial conference in the public intoxication-enhanced charge is set for 1:30 p.m. July 19 with the jury trial set for 9 a.m. July 25. Bond is set at $2,000 cash or surety on each count for a total of $4,000 cash or surety.
Melvin Anthony Chizek Jr., of State Center, made an initial appearance on a driving while revoked charge, a driving an unregistered vehicle charge and a no insurance charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his cases. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. May 22. Bond will continue as posted until the conclusion of the cases.
Marshalltown Police Department
On May 2, an employee with Walmart, 2802 S. Center St., reported the theft of two Samsung 32-inch TVs and a carton of milk. Estimated value of loss was $799.19.
On May 2, Larry Eugene Burton, 713 N. Fourth Ave. Apt. #3, was cited for theft-fifth degree.
On May 2, Bryan Eugene Lolwing, 204 N. Fifth St. (Half), was arrested for aggravated domestic assault and willful injury.
On May 2, Travis Jacob Hansen, 305 N. Seventh St., was arrested for spitting in a police vehicle, interference with official acts and operating while intoxicated-second offense.
On May 2, Michael Youngbear, 502 E. Main St., was arrested for public intoxication.
On May 2, a car driven by Maria Victoria Garcia Rodriguez, 108 N. Fourth Ave., was backing toward the east-west alley in the 100 block of North Fourth Avenue when it collided with a Marshalltown school bus driven by Jessica Jo Hargrave, 2007 Skyline Drive, which was dropping off students in the alley. No injuries were reported. Garcia Rodriguez was cited for no insurance. Damage to the Garcia Rodriguez car was estimated at $500 while the school bus received an estimated $1,000 in damage.
On April 11, a car driven by Michael Wildie McCarty, 2144 W. Main St. Road, was eastbound on East Linn Street when it encroached into the lane adjacent and collided with a minivan driven by Sara Ann Duncan, of Beaman, which was also traveling east on Linn Street. No injuries were reported. Damage to the McCarty car was estimated at $2,500 while the Duncan minivan received an estimated $1,000 in damage.
On April 11, a vehicle driven by Harold Thomas Underhill, 2552 Smith Ave. Lot #94, was eastbound on West Boone Street stopped at the stop sign at the intersection with Ninth Street when it continued into the intersection and collided with a car driven by Mary Ann Lovig, 6 S. eighth St., which was traveling south on Ninth Street. No injuries were reported. Underhill was cited for failure to yield right of way. Damage to the Lovig car was estimated at $2,000.
Marshall County Sheriff
On May 1, April Marie Brubaker, 304 Bromley St., was arrested for ongoing criminal conduct, prohibited acts and possession of meth.
On May 1, Danielle Frances Stokely, 308 N. 13th Ave., was arrested for driving under suspension.
On April 30, Jasmine Dreamer Davenport, of Tama, was arrested for probation violation and on a Marshalltown Police Department warrant for driving while barred.
On April 28, Arianna Marie Tichy, of Montour, was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense.
On April 30, a Semi driven by David Richard Denbow, of Gladbrook, was southbound on Wallace Avenue at the intersection with the Garwin Road when it collided with the rear of a pickup driven by Dannny Lee Brought, of Eldora, which had stopped, moved forward and stopped again. No injuries were reported. Denbow was cited for unsafe approach to certain stationary vehicles. Damage to the Denbow semi was estimated at $1,000 while the Brought pickup received an estimated $500 in damage.