Daily Record, Feb. 20, 2014

Wife hits husband with a dust pan

A local woman who allegedly hit her husband over the head with a dust pan and left scratch marks throughout his body has been arrested.

Cing S. Mang, 26, was arrested Monday, at the couple’s apartment on the 300 block of North Third Street, after her husband called 911, gave his name and address, then told the operator to send help and hung up.

According to police, Mang was upset with her husband after he took her phone because he needed to call a friend to get a ride. While he was on the phone she got upset. The two began to argue and as the argument grew he allegedly took Mang by the hair and hit her head on the couch; Mang was not injured.

After that incident Mang fought back leaving scratch marks on her husband’s upper chest near his throat and on his back. He also had red marks near his eye.

Mang is charged with serious domestic assault.

Man wanted for forgery arrested

A Montour man who allegedly took checks from a home and gave them to someone to cash has been arrested.

Seger T. Brown, 35, was arrested Tuesday, at the Git-N-Go, 3302 S. Center St., after detectives saw him running across Iowa Avenue to the convenience store and recognized him for being wanted in Marshalltown and Tama County.

According to police, in January Brown stayed at a friend’s house while his friend’s roommate was out of town. When the roommate came back, he noticed the checks were missing. They were valued under $1,000. After investigating, officers applied for Brown’s warrant Tuesday.

The detectives confronted him at the gas station and confirmed his identity. They went to place him under arrest and Brown attempted to fight the detectives.

Brown is charged with forgery, a Class D felony and interference with official acts. After his arrest detectives found a bong on him. He is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Marshall County Courthouse

Court

Tuesday

Mariah Suzanne Tufte, 112 N. 13th St. Apt. #3, made an initial appearance on a serious assault charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle her case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 10. Tufte was released on her own recognizance. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Cing Suan Mang, address unknown, made an initial appearance through a Burmese interpreter on a serious domestic assault charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle her case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 10. Mang was released on her own recognizance. The court ordered that if she owned or possessed any gun, firearms or ammunition she was to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s office within 24 hours and make arrangements to surrender them. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Andrew Jay Worsfold, 105 E. Webster St., made an initial appearance on a possession of a Schedule I controlled substance charge and a possession of a drug paraphernalia charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 7.

Jaason Edwin Fingers, 303 S. Fourth Ave. Apt. #4, made an initial appearance on a theft-second degree charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 7.

Lyle James Russell, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a driving under suspension charge. He pleaded guilty and was fined $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due within 30 days.

Kolton Craig Bolar, 418 N. Fifth St., made an initial appearance on a public intoxication charge. Alex Grasso was appointed as counsel. A pre-trial conference is set for 9 a.m. on March 18 in Magistrate Court.

Richard James Love, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a criminal mischief-fourth degree charge and a assault causing bodily injury charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for at 1 p.m. on March 10.

Silvia Garcia, 112 W. Lincoln St., made an initial appearance on a possession of a Schedule II controlled substance charge. Garcia will hire Eric Parrish as counsel. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Feb. 25. Bond is set at $1,000 cash or surety. The court ordered a substance abuse evaluation to be taken and submitted within 60 days of release.

Wednesday

Silvia Marie Garcia, 112 W. Lincoln St., made an initial appearance on a possession of a Schedule II controlled substance with the intent to deliver charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle her case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Feb.. 28. Bond is set at $100,000 cash or surety. Should Garcia secure bond, she will have 60 days from release to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court.

Seger Tyrone Brown, of Montour, made an initial appearance on a interference with official acts charge, a possession of drug paraphernalia charge and a forgery charge. Brown pleaded not guilty to the interference charge and a pre-trial conference is set for 9 a.m. on March 18 in Magistrate Court. On the possession of drug paraphernalia charge, he pleaded guilty and was fined $65 with a $22.75 surcharge, a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $282.75. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 beginning March 18 until the debt is paid in full. The public defender’s office was appointed to serve as counsel on the forgery charge. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 10. Brown was released with supervision through the Department of Correctional Services and is to go to the adult probation office and sign a pre-trial release agreement within 48 hours of release from the Tama County hold in another case.

Steven Lue Petersen, of Cambridge, made an initial appearance on a driving under suspension charge. He pleaded not guilty and a pre-trial conference is scheduled for 9 a.m. on March 18 in Magistrate Court.

Jonathan Scott Arterburn, 406 Melody Lane Apt. #1, made an initial appearance on a probation revocation request. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The probation revocation hearing will be scheduled by the District Court as its docket permits. Bond is set at $10,000 cash only.

Marshalltown Fire Department

Sunday

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to an extrication of victims at 2450 W. 160th St., and six medical assists with the EMS crew to: 1500 Lincoln Way, 307 N. Fourth Ave., 1211 W. State St., 306 Sharon Ave., 1211 W. State St., and 412 W. State St.

Saturday

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to a dispatched/cancelled en route to 206 N. First Ave., and two medical assists with the EMS crew to 206 Nicholas Drive, and 101 NewCastle Road.

Friday

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to 11 medical assists with the EMS crew to: 109 N. Seventh St., 1205 Fairway Drive, 210 1/2 N. Third Ave., 15 S. First St., 530 N. Third St., 501 E. Main St., 1211 W. State St., 303 S. Third Ave., 913 S. Third Ave., 211 E. Olive St., and 303 Nicholas Drive.

Feb. 13

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to five medical assists with the EMS crew to: 913 S. Third Ave., 100 W. Iowa Ave., 2907 S. Sixth St., 10 E. Bohen St., 1301 Summit St.

Feb. 12

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to an extrication of victims from vehicle at 2750 Highway 330, two smoke detector activation-no fire-unintentional at 309 E. Church St., and 1402 E. Main St., a motor vehicle with injuries at 2709 Reed Ave., and a medical assist with the EMS crew to 1607 Norris Place.

Feb. 11

The Marshalltown Fire Department responded to a system malfunction at 1602 S. Second Ave., a medical assist with the EMS crew to 707 Ratcliff Drive, an overheated motor at 309 E. Church St., a motor vehicle with injuries on North Third Avenue, a dispatched/cancelled en route to 5 W. Main St., a fire at 202 W. State St., and two false alarms at 3 S. Fourth Ave., and 5 W. Main St.