Daily Record, Feb. 19, 2014

Noise complaint leads to drug arrests

Two men who were found with methamphetamine and marijuana were arrested when officers began investigating a noise complaint.

Andrew J. Worsfold, 24, of Marshalltown, and Jake Catherwood, 20, of Garwin, were arrested at about midnight, Friday, at Worsfold’s apartment, 105 E. Webster St.

Police released information Tuesday.

When officers arrived to Worsfold’s apartment they could smell marijuana by the door but could not hear loud music.

Once they opened the door they could smell a heavier aroma of marijuana which led to a search. Inside the apartment they found a small amount on a desk, a bottle with a small amount of it inside and a pill bottle with marijuana residue inside the trash. The total amount found was about 2.5 grams of marijuana. Officers also found drug paraphernalia.

During their search Catherwood showed up at the apartment holding two Corona bottles. He was then arrested for having underage possession of alcohol. After his arrest he was searched and officers found 1.5 grams of meth, a little more than a gram of marijuana, a pipe and a scale.

Worsfold is charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Catherwood is charged with possession of alcohol underage, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and possession of methamphetamine.

Local woman found with meth, prescription pill

A woman who stopped at a local store and had meth and a prescription pill inside her car has been arrested.

Heidi J. Doyle, 46, was arrested Sunday outside of the Dollar General, 2413 S. Center Street, after officers spoke to her about sideswiping a car twice, then discovered drugs in her car.

According to police, Doyle was waiting for her passenger inside the car when officers approached her about the incident. Officers said she looked impaired and she didn’t want to get out of her car.

Once she cooperated they noticed two prescription pill bottles in her car, neither had a label. Inside one pill bottle was a little more than three grams of meth. Inside the other bottle was a blue a pill, Clonazepam, a pill used to help people with epileptic seizures.

Doyle is charged with possession of meth, unlawful possession of a prescription drug and prohibited acts.

Father throws TV at son’s truck

A local man who allegedly threw his adult son to the ground and threw a TV at his truck has been arrested.

Richard J. Love, 48, was arrested Thursday, at his home on the 1300 block of South 12th Avenue, after the alleged incident.

According to police, Love had family over to help him move items to a storage unit. Once his son arrived he began to yell and pushed a female relative to the ground. After that, he pushed his son causing a minor injury. He then threw a TV at this truck, causing more than $250 worth of damage.

Love is charged with serious assault and criminal mischief.

Marshalltown Police Department


On Friday, a car driven by Jacob Levi Lehman, of Union, was northbound in the left lane of 300 block of South Third Avenue when it collided with the rear of a pickup driven by Lucille Lorraine Dirks, 811 Bromley St., which had stopped to make a left turn into a private lot with no lights or signal. No injuries were reported. Dirks was cited for failure to have proof of insurance and improper rear lamps. Damage to the Lehman car was estimated at $2,000 while the Dirks pickup received an estimated $250 in damage.

On Friday, a pickup driven by Zachary Ray Matteson, 1221 Rolling Meadows Road, was westbound on West Olive Street when the driver lost control on the snow/ice covered roadway, entered the south ditch continuing west, struck a utility pole sheering it off that belonged to Alliant Energy, 1911 E. Anson St., and a retaining wall planter owned by Kurtis Wayne Polley, 1706 W. Olive St. No injuries were reported. Matteson was cited for failure to maintain control. Damage to the Matteson pickup was estimated at $8,000 while the utility pole received an estimated $10,000 in damage and the Polley retaining wall an estimated $500 in damage.

On Friday, a car driven by Melody Rose Hunt, 603 E. Main St., Apt. #3, was northbound on South Center Street approaching Olive Street when it entered the intersection on a red light and collided with the passenger side of a car driven by Thomas Alton Grudgings, 609 Roberts Terrace, which was traveling through the intersection on a green light. No injuries were reported. Hunt was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device and no insurance. Damage to the Hunt car was estimated at $900 while the Grudgings car received an estimated $2,000 in damage.

On Friday, a car driven by Catherine Roseanne Heaverlo, 112 S. Second St., was westbound on West Madison Street when, due to the road conditions, it collided with the passenger side of a vehicle driven by Susan Rae Meyer, 2803 Arnold Drive, which was turning into a business driveway. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Heaverlo car was estimated at $400 while the Meyer vehicle received an estimated $1,300 in damage.

On Friday, a vehicle driven by Merrill Crowell Swartz, 2213 Bittersweet Road, was southbound in the 2900 block of Second Street rounding a curve when it began sliding on the snowy roadway and crossed into the path of car driven by Jose Luis Soto-Arreazola, 1119 E. State St., and the two collided. No injuries were reported. Swartz was cited for failure to maintain control and Soto-Arreazola was cited for no valid driver’s license. Damage to the both vehicles was estimated at $5,000 each.

Marshall County Courthouse

Property Transfers

Feb. 10

Richard and Kathleen Wilkening to Anthony and Stacey Dostal, 2564 250th St.

McKinley Sparks LLC to Larry R. Southard 1/2 and Larry R. Southard (L-Est) 1/4 interest with Rebecca J. Shiek Remainder and Larry R. Southard (L-Est) 1/4 interest with Lori S. Howe Remainder, 1419 Durham Ave., St. Anthony

Barry Tocheri to Robert C. and Maribel Burr, 410 N. Sixth St.

The Estate of Wilbur Purvis to Ko Tu Man Tuang and San San Myint Man Tuang, 1610 S. First St.

Jeffery and Kimberly Mossman to Richard G. and Kathleen A. Wilkening, 807 Arlington Drive

Eugene Cain to Juvencia Lemus Saldana, 4 Edgebrook Drive

Rogelio and Martha Munoz to Rogelio Munoz, 105 W. South St.

Feb. 11

Bank of America to Michael L. and Lisa A. Meling, 600 Drury Lane, Le Grand

Rick Love to Steven Lloyd Stevenson, 1612 W. State St.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs to James Heddens, 1011 W. State St.

Edwin Ruano-Jaimes AKA Edvin Ruano and Daniela Ramirez to Edwin Ruano-Jaimes and Daniela Ramirez, 307 Harrison Drive


Craig L. Bracy to Ellie L. Andrew-Jones, 207 Main St., Liscomb

Green Tree Servicing LLC to Federal National Mortgage Association, 1612 S. Second St.

Ernesto Alvarez and Margarite Cano Alvarez to Jose Angel Regalado, 26 N. First Ave.

Herminia Huizar-Garcia to Herminia Huizar-Garcia and Esmeralda Armas-Huizar, 909 S. 10th Ave.

The Sheriff of Marshall County to Wells Fargo Bank, 1106 Woodbury St.

Marshall County Courthouse


Dismaitzel Sevillano to Luis Martinez Abundiz

Pamela Jones to Webster Miles

Jesse Switzer to Nichole Morrison

Jeffrey Heil to Barbara Lanzdorf

Lisa Guzman to Guillermo Gaytan

Quintin Watley to Perla Chavez Castaneda

James Hodson to Brandi Sawyer