Daily Record, Sept. 18, 2013

Man wanted on warrant captured, arrested for threatening to kill

A man on warrant for threatening to kill someone, while pointing a firearm, was captured and arrested.

Jesse Ceniceros, 28, was arrested Monday night, after police received a call about his whereabouts at the 400 block of May St.

Ceniceros was arrested for an incident on Sept. 9 at the 1000 block of E. Anson St. The victim had called police at 6:40 p.m. because Ceniceros allegedly pointed a firearm and threatend to kill them. Ceniceros had fled by the time police arrived.

Monday night, police received a tip of Ceniceros’s whereabouts and arrested him for harassment-first degree, going armed with intent, serious domestic assault, aggravated domestic assault and driving while barred.

Ceniceros was given three no-contact orders for three victims. He is currently in jail on an $8,000, cash-only bond.

Local woman arrested for hiding man on warrant

A woman was arrested for harboring a man who was wanted for making death threats.

Jessica Acosta, 24, was arrested Monday night, on the 400 block of May St., after police found her with Jesse Ceniceros, 28, who was wanted on warrant.

Acosta was found at a home she had no permission to be in, while allegedly trying to hide Ceniceros from police.

Acosta was arrested and charged with trespassing, interference with official acts and being an accessory to Cenicero’s crime, after the fact. She is in jail, on a $2,000, cash-only bond.

Woman arrested for assaulting family

A local woman was arrested after she assaulted her mother and sister and damaging her mother’s belongings, all while her son was present.

Heather L.N. Thompson, 20, was arrested Monday night, at the 600 block of W. State St., after an argument with her sister and mother.

Thompson was allegedly arguing with her mother and sister at her mother’s house when she pushed her sister with her feet and struck her mother with her hands. She then threw her mother’s designer egg, valued at $150 and broke it.

Thompson’s son was present during the incident, but was uninjured.

Thompson was taken to jail Monday night and released the next day after her initial court appearance. She was issued three no-contact orders.

Local man assaults in-laws

A man faces serious and aggravated assault charges after he assaulted two people.

Roberto Sanchez-Adame, 44, was arrested Saturday afternoon, after officers located and questioned him for two assaults that happened earlier in the month.

On Sept. 9, after an argument, Sanchez-Adame allegedly grabbed one of the victims by the throat and also slapped the victim. He punched another victim in the face.

Sanchez-Adame was interviewed by police, arrested, then transported to jail. He was released after his initial appearance.

The arrest report was made available by the Marshalltown Police Department Tuesday.

Marshall County Courthouse

Property Transfers

Sept. 5

Investment Group Inc. on contract to Ronald and Toni Daters, 332 Harrison Drive

Sept. 6

James Perin to James Perin Revocable Trust, James Perin Trustee, 2854 Cooper Ave., State Center

Marshalltown Properties LLC to Bluffwood Partners LLC, 312 N. Third St., 301 S. 15th Ave., and 920 Finkle Ave.

TF12 to Luke Fogle, 916 S. First Ave.

Adair Holdings LLC to Debra and John Oetker, 407 S. Ninth St., and 519 Bromley St.

Diana Bustamante to Jose and Josefina Bustamante, 2929 Lafayette Ave., (Van Cleve), Melbourne

Sept. 9

Roxanne Bach to Norman Bach, 502 Craig Circle

Dex and Andrea Walker on contract to Patrick Hansen, 205 N. 10th Ave.

Sept. 10

Investment Group Inc. to Matthew Dickey, 408 Hughes St.

The Sheriff of Marshall County to Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company TR, 501 N. First Ave.

The Sheriff of Marshall County to Wells Fargo Bank, 409 N. Second St.

Sept. 11

Edward Anderson Jr. and Susan Anderson to Susan Anderson, 2783 Garwin Road

Chad Pinkston on contract to Daniel Alcocer and Dulce Mata, 1307 S. Center St.

Loretta Stubbe to Bruno Cubas Garcia, 1810 Summit St.

CR Capital Group LLC to Lawrence Halverson, 1102 E. Main St.

Jodi Wignall to Robert Wignall Jr., 149 E. Fremont St., Rhodes

The Sheriff of Marshall County to Federal National Mortgage Association, 106 N. 13th St.

Philip and Joyce Ruopp on contract to Douglas Ruopp, 2582B Taylor Ave.

Heriberto and Silvia Rodriguez on contract to Christian Perez Sanchez, Marcos Perez, Miriam DelRosio Perez Sanchez and Ma DeJesus Sanchez, 9 W. Grant St.

The Estate of Beverly Harmsen to Brian and Joan Johnson, 407 Third Ave., Melbourne

The Treasurer of Marshall County to OHP 59 LC, 1607 W. State St.

Timothy and Barbara Jennings to Nathan Galema and Elizabeth Baccam, 702 NewCastle Road


Thomas and Abigail Hillers to Nicolas Hanke, 2157C 230th St.


Heather Reynolds to Anthony West

Sandra Dean to Victor Greer

Grundy County Sheriff’s Office


On Sunday, Christopher Syhlman, age 37, of Dike, was arrested on 120th Street east of F Avenue and charged with operating while intoxicated-third offense. He was released on promise to appear.

On Saturday, Maurice Metheney, age 37, of Waterloo, was arrested on Highway 20 and charged with operating while intoxicated-first offense. He posted bond and was released.

On Friday, Brian Payne, age 38, of Waterloo, was arrested in Dike and charged with public intoxication-third offense, criminal mischief-second degree and assault on a peace officer. He posted bond and was released.


On ept. 9, a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old male from Grundy Center was eastbound on 210th Street when it went out of control, entered the south ditch and rolled onto the passenger side. No injuries were reported. The juvenile was cited for failure to maintain control. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $5,500.

Marshalltown Police Department


On Saturday, Victoria Lynn Melgoza, 711 E. State St., was cited for rabies vaccination violation.


On Monday, Jessica Alexandra Acosta, 402 Plaza Heights Road #1, was arrested for trespass, accessory after the fact-aggravated and interference with official acts.

On Monday, Heather L.N. Thompson, 608 W. State St. (tent), was arrested for criminal mischief-fifth degree, child endangerment without injury and two counts of simple domestic assault.

On Monday, Matthew Daniel Puig, of Tama, was arrested for violation of a no-contact order.

On Sunday, Mario Fernando Castellanos, 604 W. Boone St., was arrested for driving while barred and no insurance.

On Sept. 6, Roberto Sanchez-Adame, 219 E. Anson St., was arrested for serious assault.