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March 20, 2013

Marion County Sheriff's Report

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The jail is currently holding 40 subjects. In the past 24 hours, two people were booked into the jail. Dustin Joe Curry is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance; Jake Christian Smith is charged with sexual abuse-third degree, sexual exploitation of a minor and theft-fourth degree.

March 17

In the past 24 hours, the office fielded 86 calls and eleven 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 26 calls for service, including, but not limited to, one suspicious person, six extra patrols, one request for assistance, one report of harassment, three motorist assists, one fraud, one suspicious vehicle, two attempts at paper service, two dogs, one report of disturbing the peace and quiet, one reckless driver and one report of livestock in the roadway.

The jail is currently holding 39 subjects. In the past 24 hours, four people were booked into the jail. Kerry Nichole Gieskin is charged with two counts of forgery, Christopher Ryan Finley is charged with OWI, Victor Robert Larson is charged with OWI, excessive speed and violation of a school permit; Jason Jory Vandenoord is charged with OWI.

March 18

In the past 24 hours, the office fielded 81 calls and ten 911 calls.

In the past 24 hours, deputies responded to 22 calls for service, including, but not limited to, seven extra patrols, one paper service, one animal, one livestock in the roadway, one motorist assist, one suspicious vehicle, one alarm, one harassment, one reckless driver, one violation of a no contact order, two burglaries and four other calls for service.

The jail is currently holding 36 subjects. In the past 24 hours, two people were booked into the jail. Ben P. Dingeman is charged with OWI first and dark windows; Tomi E. Clegg is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, OWI first and an open container violation.

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