Tuesday, March 17

Deputies responded to 26 calls, including one motorist assist, 15 extra patrols, one juvenile, one transport, two vehicle inspections, one trespass, one violation of a no contact order, two agency assists and two other calls.

The communications center fielded 118 calls including 27 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 23.

Freddy Ciro Salinas, 34, of Knoxville, was charged with violation of a no contact order.

David Ernest Tickle, 74, of Lacona, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

Mitchell Anthony Collins, 62, of Knoxville, was charged with willful injury causing bodily injury.

Wednesday, March 18

Deputies responded to 25 calls, including nine extra patrols, two return calls, one theft, one livestock, one wanted person, one suspicious activity, one paper service attempt, one dog, one vehicle unlock, one grass fire, one debris in the roadway, one transport, one agency assist, one reckless driver, one accident and one other call.

The communications center fielded 172 calls including 30 911 calls. The jail is currently holding 19.

Jordon Will Milligan, 22, of Pella, was charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Scott Michael Hopkins, 24, of Knoxville, was charge with three counts of violation of probation.

Ryan Michael Mitchell, 33, of Knoxville, was held for another agency.

Thursday, March 19

Deputies responded to 14 calls, including five extra patrols, two motorist assists, one suspicious person, one return call, one incomplete 911, one rescue, one accident, one transport and one deer.

The communications center fielded 71 calls, including 13 to 911. The jail is currently holding 17.

No one was booked in jail

Friday, March 20

Deputies responded to 28 calls, including seven extra patrols, three frauds, three return calls, two motorist assists, two reckless drivers, two weather reports, two informational reports, two alarms, one suspicious vehicle, one welfare check, one accident, one suspicious person and one deer in the roadway.

The communications center fielded 93 calls, including 20 to 911. The jail is currently holding 15.

No one was booked in jail.

Saturday, March 21

Deputies responded to 18 calls, including seven extra patrols, two return calls, two motorist assists, one criminal mischief, one transport, one reckless driver, one dispute, one suspicious vehicle, one weather report and one other call.

The communications center fielded 115 calls, including 6 to 911. The jail is currently holding 13.

No one was booked in jail.

Sunday, March 22

Deputies responded to 18 calls, including four return calls, three suspicious persons, three reckless drivers, one incomplete 911, one rescue, one grass fire, one motorist assist, one disturbing the peace and quiet, one intoxicated person and two agency assists.

The communications center fielded 140 calls, including 25. The jail is currently holding 14.

No one was booked in jail.

Monday, March 23

Deputies responded to 14 calls, including three return calls, two thefts, one incomplete 911, one welfare check, one suspicious person, one extra patrol, one evaluation, one civil, one violation of a no contact order and two agency assists.

The communications center fielded 90 calls, including 12 to 911. The jail is currently holding 13.

No one was booked in jail.

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