Daily Record, March 14, 2014

Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

Incidents

On Feb. 28, Natalie Michelle Fosdick, 10 N. 10th St., reported the theft of a Gemeinhard flute from East Marshall Middle School in Gilman valued at $929.83.

On Feb. 27, Justin James Eberhardt, of Le Grand, reported driver’s side tires on a 1997 Chevy Lumina flattened while parked at his residence. Estimated value of damage was $3,000.

Arrests

On March 5, James Levi Coughenour, 206 S. Fourth St. Apt. #2, was arrested for violation of probation.

On March 4, Gerald Sanford Price, of Lenox, was arrested for failure to serve jail sentence.

On March 3, Michael Trazeek Robinson, 1001 E. Iowa Ave. #11, was arrested for failure to serve jail sentence.

On Monday, March 3, Darius Dewane Coleman, House of Compassion, was arrested for probation violation.

On March 2, Allen Michael Verbeek, of Montour, was arrested on a Marshall County Sheriff Office warrants for: theft-fourth degree, burglary, theft-third degree, burglary-third degree and theft-second degree.

On March 2, Kiedis Dayton Oldbear, of Tama, was arrested on a MCSO warrants for: false imprisonment, child endangerment, and domestic abuse assault and for failure to appear.

On March 2, Adam Paul Shively, 18 E. Berle Road, and 408 W. High St. Lot #28, was arrested for probation violation.

On March 2, Collin Lynn Kappel, of Ackley, was arrested for escape.

On Feb. 27, Joseph Ross King, of Tama, was arrested on two counts of failure to appear.

On Feb. 27, Kenneth Antwan Darby, of Montour, was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense and no valid driver’s license.

On Feb. 27, Brian Keith Johnson, of Tama, was arrested for probation violation.

Accidents

On Saturday, a car driven by Tony Lee Cowell, 2886 270th St., was northbound on Smith Avenue when it struck a deer that entered the roadway causing functional front end damage. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Cowell car was estimated at $2,500.

On Saturday, a vehicle driven by Mary Jo Shetler, 3138 200th St., was northbound on Zeller Avenue when it struck a deer that entered the road sustaining functional damage. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Shetler vehicle was estimated at $4,000.

On Saturday, a car driven by Grant Richard Menter, 2659 255th St., was northbound on Highway 330 when it struck two cows standing in the northbound lanes owned by Clear Creek, of State Center. Menter was possibly injured, but not transported. Damage to the Menter car was estimated at $5,000 while the Clear Creek cows were valued at $2,000.

On Saturday, a Jeep driven by Michael Jamie Westover, of Colo, was southbound on Reed Avenue when it struck a deer that entered the roadway from the east ditch. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Westover Jeep was estimated at $3,500.

On March 6, a vehicle driven by Vicki Sue Wells, of Saint Anthony, was southbound on Eastman Avenue when it hit a patch of ice causing it to go out of control, entering northbound traffic where it began spinning and sliding and it resulted in the vehicle entering the west ditch where it came to rest on its passenger side. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Wells vehicle was estimated at $2,500.

On March 3, a pickup driven by Brian James Schnedler, of Muscatine, was westbound on Marshalltown Boulevard when it left the traveled portion of the roadway, proceeded across a field where it struck a raised area of ground near the railroad tracks and disabled the pickup. According to witnesses, the driver was observed leaving the pickup and fleeing into a nearby wooded area. When Schnedler was located he was transported to Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center with possible injuries. Damage to the Schnedler pickup was estimated at $3,500.

On March 1, a pickup driven by Mikell Robert Hankins, of Waterloo, was southbound on Highway 14 approaching the intersection with Highway 96 when, due to poor visibility from blowing snow, it collided with the rear of a car driven by Elise Marie Dolash, of Toledo, which was stopped awaiting to turn left onto Highway 96. Passengers: Kimberly Sue Morrison, of Le Grand; Samantha Jo Morrison, of Tama; Dakota Rain Bogue, of Tama; and Grace Pearl Dolash, of Toledo, were transported to Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center with possible injuries. Damage to the Hankins pickup was estimated at $3,500 while the Dolash car received an estimated $6,000 in damage.

On March 1, a car driven by Gary Lynn Shortley, 2627 275th St., was northbound on Reed Avenue when it struck a deer that entered the roadway from the west ditch heading east damaging the hood, both front quarter panels, windshield and grill. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Shortley car was estimated at $2,500.

On Feb. 23, a car driven by Kyle Allen Dickenson, 1839 Knapp Ave., was northbound on Marsh Avenue/Highway 330 when blizzard like conditions caused it to go out of control, sliding into the east ditch where it came to rest. A vehicle driven by David Lyle Hoover, 1849 190th St., was northbound on Marsh Avenue when it went out of control, sliding off the roadway into the east ditch where its passenger side collided with the driver’s side of the Dickenson car coming to rest against it. No injuries were reported and both drivers were transported to their respective homes. Damage to the Dickenson car was estimated at $4,000 while the Hoover vehicle received an estimated $3,000 in damage.

On Feb. 19, a car driven by Tony Andrew Thein, 3047 150th St., was northbound on Zeller Avenue when it struck a deer that entered the road from the east causing functional damage. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Thein car was estimated at $2,000.

Marshalltown Police Department

Incidents

On Monday, Armando Chavarria, 203 Sharon Ave., reported hit and run damage to the driver’s side front bumper and headlight assembly on a vehicle parked at her residence. Estimated value of damage was $1,000.

Arrests

On Monday, Dedrick Montrall Fisher, 406 Plaza Heights Road #2, was arrested on a Marshalltown Police Department warrant for trespass.

Accidents

On Sunday, a minivan driven by Beatriz Perez, 510 Sharon Ave., was northbound in the 200 block of South First Street when it attempted to park in a spot on the east side of the street and collided with the front end of a legally parked car. No injuries were reported. Perez was cited for failure to maintain control, failure to have a valid driver’s license and no insurance-accident.

Marshall County Courthouse

Court

Wednesday

Mariah Suzanne Tufte, 112 N. 13th St., made an initial appearance on a probation violation charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle her case. The probation revocation hearing is set for 10:30 a.m. on April 16. Tufte was released on her own recognizance with the understanding that she is still on probation and is to comply with all the rules stipulated in her probation.

Nicholas Morgan, 9 N. Ninth Ave., made an initial appearance on a criminal mischief-fourth degree charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 31. Morgan was released on his own recognizance. The court ordered Morgan to be photographed and fingerprinted for this case at the Marshalltown Police Department by 4 p.m. today.

Michael Edwards, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a harassment-first degree charge. The public defender’s office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on March 21. Bond is set at $2,000 cash or surety. The court ordered that if Edwards owned or possessed any firearms or ammunition he is to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office within 24 hours to make arrangements to surrender them. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Alex Treft, of Liscomb, made an initial appearance on a driving under suspension charge and a ATV violation charge. He pleaded guilty to both charges. On the driving under suspension charge the fine was $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50. The fine on the ATV violation was $50 with a $17.50 surcharge, a $5 county enforcement initiative surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $132.50. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 beginning April 10 until the debt is paid in full.