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Teen pleads not guilty

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December 15th, 2014 by admin

17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving. The Sioux City Journal reports that a trial date has not yet been set.

Feauto was the driver of a pickup which collided with a car driven by 16-year-old Bailey Jacobsen. She and her passenger, 16-year-old Lindsey Quirk, were both killed in the crash. Authorities say Feauto’s blood alcohol level was .133% at the time of the crash which is above the legal limit for minors driving. – See more at: http://www.1380kcim.com/Teen-pleads-not-guilty-to-vehicular-homicide-charg/20524237#sthash.zb1Zfs9P.dpuf

17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving. The Sioux City Journal reports that a trial date has not yet been set.

Feauto was the driver of a pickup which collided with a car driven by 16-year-old Bailey Jacobsen. She and her passenger, 16-year-old Lindsey Quirk, were both killed in the crash. Authorities say Feauto’s blood alcohol level was .133% at the time of the crash which is above the legal limit for minors driving.  – See more at: http://www.1380kcim.com/Teen-pleads-not-guilty-to-vehicular-homicide-charg/20524237#sthash.nTzM6XJw.dpuf17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving.. A trial date has not yet been set.

17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving. A trial date has not yet been set.

Feauto was the driver of a pickup which collided with a car driven by 16-year-old Bailey Jacobsen. She and her passenger, 16-year-old Lindsey Quirk, were both killed in the crash. Authorities say Feauto’s blood alcohol level was .133% at the time of the crash which is above the legal limit for minors driving.

 

17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving. The Sioux City Journal reports that a trial date has not yet been set.

Feauto was the driver of a pickup which collided with a car driven by 16-year-old Bailey Jacobsen. She and her passenger, 16-year-old Lindsey Quirk, were both killed in the crash. Authorities say Feauto’s blood alcohol level was .133% at the time of the crash which is above the legal limit for minors driving.  – See more at: http://www.1380kcim.com/Teen-pleads-not-guilty-to-vehicular-homicide-charg/20524237#sthash.nTzM6XJw.dpuf

17-year-old Trevor Ray Feauto of Clarksville has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide charges in connection to a fatal car crash in August. Court records show an attorney for Feauto filed the written plea on Monday in Sac County District Court. Feauto faces two counts of homicide by vehicle-operating under the influence and two counts of homicide by vehicle-reckless driving. The Sioux City Journal reports that a trial date has not yet been set.

Feauto was the driver of a pickup which collided with a car driven by 16-year-old Bailey Jacobsen. She and her passenger, 16-year-old Lindsey Quirk, were both killed in the crash. Authorities say Feauto’s blood alcohol level was .133% at the time of the crash which is above the legal limit for minors driving.  – See more at: http://www.1380kcim.com/Teen-pleads-not-guilty-to-vehicular-homicide-charg/20524237#sthash.nTzM6XJw.dpuf

(AP)

 

3 arrests in Atlantic

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December 15th, 2014 by admin

The Atlantic Police Department reports three residents were arrested recently. Last Saturday (Dec. 13th), 22-year old Michael McConnell, of Atlantic, was arrested for Assault Causing Bodily Injury; Disorderly Conduct; and Public Intoxication. McConnell was booked into the Cass County Jail. That same day, 64-year old Dean Adams, of Atlantic, was arrested for Public Intoxication. Adams was booked into the Cass County Jail.

And, on Friday (Dec. 12th), 37-year old Richard D. Smith, of Atlantic, was arrested on a Cass County Warrant for Domestic Abuse Assault. Smith was also booked into the Cass County Jail.

Missing boater’s body found in Lake Manawa

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

The body of a man who went missing in Lake Manawa after the canoe he was in capsized Sunday afternoon, has been found. KETV in Omaha reports the victim was an active duty airman stationed at Offut Air Force Base. His name has not yet been released. The body was discovered at around 11-a.m. today (Monday).

The victim, and another man, 36-year old Benjamin Ferguson, where in a canoe that overturned when it came into contact with ice on the lake on the south side of Council Bluffs. Ferguson managed to swim to shore after about 30-minutes, but the other man slipped below the surface of the lake after trying to cling to the canoe.

Ferguson, who is a Master Sergeant at Offut AFB and assigned to the Air Force Weather Agency, walked to the park ranger’s house to report the incident. He was suffering from extreme hypothermia when he was found, and was transported to an Omaha hospital, where he was expected to fully recover.
Rescuers had called-off a search for the other man Sunday evening, due to darkness.

Mills County Sheriff’s report, 12/15/14

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

The Mills County Sheriff’s Office reports a Nebraska woman was arrested Friday, for being a Fugitive from Justice. 18-year old Emilly Nichole Gelvin, of Omaha, was taken into custody at around 5:20-p.m. at 18818 Highway 370. Her bond was set at $1,000.  Also arrested on Friday, was 20-year old Mitchell Stephen Waller, of  Glenwood. Waller was arrested on a Warrant for Probation Violation. His bond was set at $5,000.

And, early Sunday morning, 21-year old Jeremy Lee Booher, of Hamburg, was arrested on a charge of OWI/1st Offense. He was being held in the Mills County Jail on $1,000 bond.

Man arrested in Stuart for stealing pop cans also charged with vehicle theft in Ankeny

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

A man arrested last week in Stuart for allegedly stealing pop cans from a local collection box, was also arrested a felony charge of Theft associated with an incident in Central Iowa. The Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office reports on December 10th, Stuart Police responded to a report about a man seen stealing pop cans from a local collection drive. The subject fled the scene and was located hiding in an apartment in Stuart. The suspect was identified as Christopher Grunder.

An eye-witnesses confirmed Grunder was responsible for the theft. During Grunder’s arrest, officers became aware he was in possession of a set of keys to a vehicle. They were able to determine the keys belonged to a stolen vehicle from Ankeny. The stolen vehicle was recovered a few blocks away, in Stuart. Grunder was arrested and transported to the Guthrie County Jail. He plead guilty to the theft of the pop cans, and was subsequently turned over to Polk County authorities.

In Polk County, Grunder faces a felony charge of Theft in the 2nd Degree, for the alleged theft of a motor vehicle in Ankeny. Grunder is also suspected in several other incidents of motor vehicle thefts and burglaries in the city of Ankeny.

The Stuart Police Department was assisted in its investigation by the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, The Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ankeny Police Department.

Iowa library to create space for high-tech tools

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) – A grant from Google will help the Council Bluffs Public Library create a so-called makerspace, where people can make use of high-tech tools like a 3D printer. The library’s foundation recently was awarded the $34,600 grant from the Internet company. The Daily Nonpareil reports the foundation has agreed to match Google’s contribution to help cover costs.

A librarian says details about the project are still being worked out. But he says officials hope to start reconfiguring a room on the library’s second floor to be the new makerspace by next year.

Traffic stop results in the arrest of a Crawford Co. man on drug charges

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

A traffic stop south of Denison this (Monday) morning, resulted in one person being arrested on drug charges. The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office reports 42-year old Paul James Burk, of Dow City,was formally charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. His bond was set at $1,000.

Authorities say a vehicle Burk was in was pulled over on Highway 59. The Crawford County K-9 “Bayou” was deployed, and detected the odor of illegal drugs.  A search of the vehicle resulted in the discovery of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia, which were seized into evidence.

State of IA and City of Griswold agree on procedures for internal controls

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

Auditor of State Mary Mosiman today (Monday) released an agreed-upon procedures report on the
City of Griswold, for the period July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. The agreed-upon procedures engagement was performed pursuant to Chapter 11.6 of the Code of Iowa.

Mosiman recommended the City review its control procedures to obtain the maximum internal control possible. The City should also establish procedures to ensure an independent review of the City’s utility reconciliation is performed and a monthly City Clerk’s report which includes comparison of budgeted to actual receipts and disbursements, including the beginning and ending fund balance of each fund, is provided to the City Council.

In addition, the City should ensure compliance with Chapters in the Code of Iowa which relate to budget amendments and conflicts of interest, respectively. A review of the City’s procedures resulted in numerous recommendations. They include, but are not limited to:

  • The segregation of duties among employees to prevent an individual employee from handling duties which are incompatible.
  • The City Council or other independent person designated by the City Council should review the reconciliations and monitor delinquent accounts. The review should be documented by the signature or initials of the reviewer and the date of the review.
  • To provide better control over budgeted disbursements and the opportunity for timely amendment to the certified budget, the City Clerk’s monthly financial reports to the City Council should include comparisons to the certified budget by function. Also, the monthly reports should include the beginning balance, receipts, disbursements, transfers and ending balance for each fund.
  • The petty cash and change fund should be reconciled to the authorized amount. Procedures should be established to ensure all receipts, including miscellaneous fees, are deposited intact and recorded in the financial system.

A copy of the agreed-upon procedures report is available for review in the City Clerk’s Office, in the Office of Auditor of State and on the Auditor of State’s web site at http://auditor.iowa.gov/reports/1421-0130-BL0F.pdf

Glenwood man arrested on a harassment charge

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December 15th, 2014 by Ric Hanson

Sheriff’s officials in Mills County says a Glenwood man was arrested Saturday. 48-year old Tony Martin was arrested on a Mills county warrant for harassment 3rd degree. Martin’s bond was set at $300.

The Sheriff’s Dept. says also, Glenwood Farm Equipment (a Car wash) reported an incident of  Burglary and Theft, on Saturday. No other details were provided.

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