Four people have been arrested in Mills County on separate charges. Sheriff’s officials say 54-year old Randall Dean Herring, of Council Bluffs, was arrested at around 3-a.m. Monday on Interstate 29, for Obstructing Prosecution of Defense, Eluding, and Speeding. His bond was set at $3,000. And, 34-year old Adelaido Lara-Guillen, of Lenox, was arrested at around 5:15-p.m. Monday at 280th Street and Highway 34, for being a Fugitive From Justice. Her bond was set at $5,000.
On Saturday, deputies in Mills County arrested 18-year old Briar Dakota Shivers, of Indianola, for Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Shivers was arrested on Highway 34 at around 11-p.m. Bond was set at $1,300. And, at around 7-p.m. Saturday, deputies arrested 41-year old Ronald Loren Gray, of Pacific Junction, on a warrant for Harassment in the 3rd degree. He was taken into custody at the Mills County Sheriff’s Office, and held on $300 bond.
The Glenwood Police Department reports 41-year old Donald Graalfs, of Glenwood, was arrested Sunday, on a charge of OWI/1st Offense. His bond was set at $1,000. 18-year old Marcus Pierce, of Glenwood, was arrested Friday, on a Mills County warrant for Domestic Abuse Assault, with bond set at $1,000.
And, as we reported last week, the Glenwood P-D says two people were arrested Feb. 11th: 31-year old Michael Dyer, of Omaha, and 33-year old Danielle Darling, of Bellevue, NE, were arrested for Theft in the 3rd degree, and Conspiracy to Commit a felony. Dyer faces additional charges that include 3 counts of Forgery and ongoing criminal conduct. His bond was set at $47,000. Darling also faces a charge of Forgery. Her bond was set at $12,000.