Postings on a social media website has resulted in two Council Bluffs men being charged with 3rd Degree Criminal Mischief. Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Deputies, followed up on a stop sign being bent over at the intersection of Bent Tree and McPherson. The incident had been recorded and posted on Snap Chat by 19-year old Alexander Jason Epperson.
During an interview with Deputies, Epperson admitted he was a passenger in a vehicle driven by 19-year old Kyle Thomas O’Neill, and the incident had occurred on three separate occasions. In addition to the Criminal Mischief charge, O’Neill was issued three citations for improper use of a curb. Damage to the stop sign was estimated at $750. Both men were taken into custody Friday morning.
The Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Office said also, 26-year old Milo Simon McAvoy, of Elyria, OH, was arrested Friday night for OWI/2nd offense, after authorities received a report of a man sleeping on the floor of the Underwood I-80 truck stop. A deputy arriving on the scene saw McAvoy driving in the parking lot, and placed him under arrest at around 12:40-a.m., Saturday.
An Omaha man was arrested Saturday for OWI/2nd offense and Child Endangerment, after he was pulled over for Failure to Obey a stop sign at around 10:10-p.m. south of Oakland. A deputy also observed the vehicle, occupied by 37-year old Matthew R. McNulty and his 10-year old son, swerving onto the fog line on least two occasions.
A traffic stop for speeding early Sunday morning resulted in the arrest of a Nebraska man on a Drug Possession charge, with an OWI charge pending completion of further testing. 26-year old Jeffrey Lyn Harris, Jr., of Omaha, was arrested after he pulled off into the Underwood High School parking lot. He was found to be in possession of a 23.3 grams of marijuana, one-half gram of a marijuana roach, and other, unknown substance.
A vehicle seen swerving all over the road Sunday morning, in Pott. County, resulted in the arrest of 26-year old Kyle Sterling Croushon, of Council Bluffs. Croushon was charged with OWI/1st offense, and carrying a concealed weapon. And, a complaint from a woman in Council Bluffs about a contractor allegedly stealing items from her house and damaging her property, resulted in the arrest Sunday afternoon, of 30-year old Jacob Andrew McCoid, of Council Bluffs, who was charged with 2nd Degree Theft/Theft from a building, and Criminal Mischief in the 3rd degree. McCoid is alleged to have taken more than $4,600 worth of duct work items and caused more than $600 damage. The duct work property was recovered.