Tuesday, Dec. 17

Deputies responded to 31 calls, including five return calls, five extra patrols, four paper service attempts, three motorist assists, two suicidal subjects, two rescues, one harassment, one transport, one domestic, one vehicle inspection, one trespass, one vehicle unlock, one welfare check, one reckless driver, one accident and one missing person.

The communications center fielded 147 calls including 36 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 24.

Derek Riley Miller, 30, of Moravia, was charged with OWI, second offense, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Shane Russell Bloodsworth, 36, of Knoxville, was charged with domestic abuse assault.

Sam Alan Shafer, 28, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of parole.

Sydnie Carol Roselle Halterman, 20, of Des Moines, was held for another agency.

Dion Orlando Vivone, 33, of Newton, was held for another agency.

Bronson Vinavong Lovan, 30, of Des Moines, was held for another agency.

David Cabrera-Rodriguez, 27, of Jones, OK, was held for another agency.Wednesday, Dec. 18

Deputies responded to 38 calls, including eight paper service attempts, five extra patrols, four return calls, four motorist assists, two transports, two wanted person checks, two agency assists, one reckless driver, one vehicle inspection, one rescue, one incomplete 911, one welfare check, one accident, one juvenile and four other calls.

The communications center fielded 114 calls including 19 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 27.

Lanette Sue Simmons, 53, of Bussey, was charged with first-degree theft, money laundering and first-degree fraudulent practice.

Romane Armangau, 21, of Indainola, was held for another agency.

Melinda Dawn Sparks, 45, of Knoxville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, three counts of possession of a controlled substance, drug tax stamp violations and drug trafficking.

Daniel Lee Sparks, 48, of Knoxville, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, three counts of possession of a controlled substance, drug tax stamp violations and drug trafficking.

Brent Allan Mack, 25, of Melcher, was held for another agency.

Matt Edward Binns, 37, of Knoxville, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Thursday, Dec. 19

Deputies responded to 29 calls, including 11 paper service attempts, six motorist assists, two extra patrols, two incomplete 911 calls, one suspicious person, one vehicle unlock, one return call, one parking complaint, one wanted person check, one transport, one suspicious vehicle and one welfare check.

The communications center fielded 135 calls, including 33 to 911. The jail is currently holding 28.

Zachary Robert Rozenboom, 31, of Oskaloosa, was held on a court order and two counts of failure to appear.

Friday, Dec. 20

Deputies responded to 48 calls, including 18 extra patrols, 11 paper service attempts, two motorists assists, one missing person, two deer, one burglary, two transports, two fraud, one meet subject, three reckless drivers, one dog, one rescue, one road condition, one violation of a no contact order and one debris removal.

The communications center fielded 112 calls, including 24 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

Christa Renae Lancial, 38, of Knoxville, was charged with first-degree theft.

Michael James Waters, 28, of Valley Junction, was charged with violation of a restraining order.

Clayton Kenneth Raitt, 19, of Carlisle, was charged with harboring a runaway.

Saturday, Dec. 21

Deputies responded to 34 calls, including seven reckless drivers, six extra patrols, six paper service attempts, three motorist assists, two rescues, two suspicious activities, two return calls, one agency assist, one wanted person, one grass fire, one dog, one suspicious person and one transport.

The communications center fielded 122 calls, including 21 to 911. The jail is currently holding 27.

Joseph Eugene Ortega, 41, of Indianola, was held for another agency.

Zachary Adam Mead-Ostrander, 30, of Mason City, was charged with OWI, first offense.

Jorge Conseco Canseco, 28, of Carlisle, was charged with operating vehicle while intoxicated and failure to have a valid license.

Sunday, Dec. 22

Deputies responded to 20 calls, including three reckless drivers, three vehicle unlocks, two suspicious activities, two informational reports, two motorist assists, one rescue, one incomplete 911, one meet subject, one return call, one extra patrol, one vehicle fire, one accident and one paper service attempt.

The communications center fielded 96 calls, including 19 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

Blake Andrew Collins, 27, of Pleasantville, was charged with driving under suspension.

Monday, Dec. 23

Deputies responded to 25 calls, including three suspicious activities, one transport, seven extra patrols, one debris in the roadway, one return call, one incomplete 911, four motorist assists, one suspicious person, one reckless driver, two agency assists, one meet subject, one domestic and one dispute.

The communications center fielded 105 calls, including 14 to 911. The jail is currently holding 27.

Charles Eugene Smith, 59, of Sigourney, was charged with OWI, second offense.

Mark Edward Wabasha, 49, of Onamia, MN, was charged with failure to appear.

Terrance LePaul Partee, 46, of Pella, was charged with failure to appear.

Nicholas Emmett Derby, 33, of Albia, was charged with driving while barred, failure to provide proof of financial liability and fraudulent use of registration.

Tuesday, Dec. 24

Deputies responded to 32 calls, including twelve extra patrols, three vehicle unlocks, three motorist assists, three other calls, two reckless drivers, one suicidal subject, one rescue, one accident, one meet subject, one return call, one transport, one suspicious activity, one agency assist and one civil.

The communications center fielded 115 calls including 20 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 23.

Terrance LePaul Partee, 46, of Pella, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, drug tax stamp violations and interference with official acts.

Clinton Louis Terrell, 35, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Wednesday, Dec. 25

Deputies responded to 27 calls, including ten extra patrols, three vehicle unlocks, three rescues, two harassments, two motorist assists, two agency assists, one wanted person check, one return call, one theft, one civil and one suicidal subject.

The communications center fielded 80 calls including 20 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 24.

Brock McRey Burgdorf, 32, of Leighton, was charged with three counts of violation of probation.

Nicholas Scott Smith, 29, of Des Moines, was charged with driving while barred and speeding.

Cody James Novoa Domino, 26, of Melcher, was charged with domestic abuse assault.

Thursday, Dec. 26

Deputies responded to 17 calls, including three accidents, two motorist assists, two dogs, one transport, one extra patrol, one trespass, one suspicious activity, one rescue, one return call, one informational call, one vehicle unlock and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 63 calls, including 18 to 911. The jail is currently holding 23.

No one was booked in jail.

Friday, Dec. 27

Deputies responded to 23 calls, including seven extra patrols, seven paper service attempts, two vehicle unlocks, one suspicious activity, one rescue, one criminal mischief, one vehicle fire, one meet subject, one violation of a no contact order and one accident.

The communications center fielded 82 calls, including 13 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Andrew James Roush, 19, of Albia, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Jayne Marie Mouzakis, 45, of Melcher, was held for another agency.

Alyssa Nicole Chumbley, 20, of Indianola, was held for another agency.

Cheyanne Liberty Miller, 19, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Saturday, Dec. 28

Deputies responded to 28 calls, including seven extra patrols, six paper service attempts, two accidents, two motorist assists, two return calls, one suspicious vehicle, one follow up, one theft, one vehicle inspection, one reckless driver, one vehicle unlock, one dog, one incomplete 911 and one domestic.

The communications center fielded 111 calls, including 19 to 911. The jail is currently holding 25.

No one was booked in jail.

Sunday, Dec. 29

Deputies responded to 15 calls, including five extra patrols, four return calls, one domestic, one reckless driver, one follow up, one vehicle unlock, one suspicious vehicle and one paper service attempt.

The communications center fielded 81 calls, including 22 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Mitchell Lee Parker, 43, of Williamson, was charged with driving while barred.

Malinda M. Stutzman, 25, of Dallas, was charged with OWI, first offense, child endangerment with no injury, and assault with no injury.

Monday, Dec. 30

Deputies responded to 36 calls, including 14 extra patrols, five motorist assists, two reckless drivers, one suspicious vehicle, one deer in the roadway, one suspicious activity, one rescue, one paper service attempt, one fight, one theft, one vehicle unlock, one accident, one return call, one alarm, one domestic, one agency assist and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 92 calls, including 23 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

No one was booked in jail.

Tuesday, Dec. 31

Deputies responded to 25 calls, including three accidents, three paper service attempts, three extra patrols, three wanted persons, two informational reports, two motorist assists, two vehicle unlocks, one return call, one vehicle inspection, one fraud, one transport, one dog, one residential fire and one other call.

The communications center fielded 150 calls including 20 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 24.

Corey Allen Peterson, 50, of Knoxville, was charged with driving under suspension.

Patrick Chauncey Murphy, II, 39, of Des Moines, was charged with domestic abuse assault.

Davey Ray Agan, 49, of Knoxville, was served a judgment entry.

Wednesday, Jan. 1

Deputies responded to 28 calls, including five motorist assists, five wanted persons, four extra patrols, three return calls, two agency assists, two rescues, one reckless driver, one transport, one deer, one parking complaint, one accident, one domestic and one incomplete 911.

The communications center fielded 104 calls including 21 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 26.

Gabrielle Jemutal Sang, 20, of Knoxville, was charged with operating a vehicle without owner’s consent.

Joey Dean Bloodsworth, 40, of Pella, was charged with fifth-degree theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Dustin Jon Stevens, 40, of Pella, was charged with driving under suspension, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and fifth-degree theft.

Mason Dennis Selvy, 19, of Centerville, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Thursday, Jan. 2

Deputies responded to 32 calls, including four paper service attempts, three extra patrols, three accidents, two motorist assists, two welfare checks, two suspicious vehicles, two rescues, one suspicious activity, one debris in the roadway, one dispute, one missing person, one alarm, one meet subject, one dog, one return call, one deer, one grass fire, two agency assists and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 134 calls, including 32 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Michael John Riebhoff, 61, of Melcher-Dallas, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, eluding, speeding, and an open container.

Friday, Jan. 3

Deputies responded to 34 calls, including nine paper service attempts, eight extra patrols, two motorist assists, two rescues, two vehicle unlocks, one found item, one accident, one horse, one transport, one juvenile, one meet subject, one return call, one suspicious person, one missing person, one deer and one other call.

The communications center fielded 113 calls, including 26 to 911. The jail is currently holding 24.

Allen Spencer Nichols, 19, of Knoxville, was charged with third-degree sexual abuse.

Saturday, Jan. 4

Deputies responded to 27 calls, including five paper service attempts, four extra patrols, three rescues, three vehicle unlocks, three return calls, three accidents, one motorist assist, one juvenile, one reckless driver, one civil issue, one harassment and one meet subject.

The communications center fielded 101 calls, including 21 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

Tracy Neil Staton, Jr., 38, of Knoxville, was served a judgment entry.

Steven Troy Johnson, 54, of Knoxville, was served a judgment entry.

Kevin Jacob Carlton, 39, of Knoxville, was charged with disorderly conduct and driving under suspension.

Sunday, Jan. 5

Deputies responded to 24 calls, including four motorist assists, three vehicle inspections, three extra patrols, one return call, one dog, one livestock in the roadway, one escort, one agency assist, one debris in the roadway, one welfare check, one illegal burn, one paper service attempts, one wanted person check, one follow up, and three other calls.

The communications center fielded 91 calls, including 11 to 911. The jail is currently holding 30.

Katelin Cristine Myers, 26, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Collin Michael O’Brien, 20, of Knoxville, was charged with fifth-degree theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.

Joe Tony Vrban, 63, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of probation and first-degree harassment.

Monday, Jan. 6

Deputies responded to 20 calls, including three extra patrols, three vehicle unlocks, two suspicious person, two motorist assists, one alarm, one accident, one suspicious vehicle, one debris in the roadway, one grass fire, one paper service attempt, one incomplete 911, one return call and one other call.

The communications center fielded 84 calls, including 13 to 911. The jail is currently holding 26.

Christopher Lee Cox, 44, of Ottumwa, was charged with OWI, first offense.

Jordan Marie Wilkerson, 27, of Knoxville, was served a judgment entry.

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