2 injured, 1 arrested following a weekend fight in Clarinda


September 17th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Clarinda Police Chief Keith Brothers says a Clarinda man was arrested early Saturday morning on assault charges, following a fight at 822 East Chestnut Street. 23-year old William Jake Champ, was charged with Serious Assault and Simple Assault, after allegedly striking 22-year old Tyson Banks, and 23-year old Taylor Banks, both of Clarinda. Both Tyson and Taylor Banks received injuries during the altercation, but neither sought medical attention at the time of the incident. Champ was taken into custody and later released on $1,000.00 bail. The matter has been referred to the Page County Attorney’s office for review.

Chief Brothers say also, a Clarinda man was arrested today (Monday), on drug charges. 35-year old Bradley William Honnold, faces a serious misdemeanor charge for Possession of a Controlled Substance, methamphetamine. Honnold turned himself in at the police department. He was later released on his own recognizance and will appear before the Page County Magistrate at a later date for an initial appearance.

And, Police officers in Clarinda  arrested four female juveniles at around 1:30-a.m. Sunday, for violation of the City of Clarinda curfew. The girls were taken into custody in the 300 block of Eas Garfield. Two of the juveniles were age 16, one 15 and one 14. The juveniles were subsequently released to the custody of their parents.