Adair County Sheriff’s Jeff Vandewater, today (Monday), released a report on recent arrests. On Saturday, deputies arrested 24-year old Robert Dean Garrett, of Des Moines, for Possession of a Controlled Substance/Marijuana – 1st offense, and Open Container. His arrest followed a traffic stop on Highway 25, during which Garrett admitted during questioning, that he had marijuana in his shoe and socks. An open container of alcohol was also found between the passenger seat and center console, of the vehicle. Garrett was later released on $1,000 bond.
Last Thursday, 37-year old Jason Dean Hauf, of Greenfield, was arrested on a charge of Domestic Abuse/Simple Assault. Hauf was released later the day on a Recognizance bond. Also arrested Thursday, was 53-year old Steven Eugene Feick, of Fontanelle. Feick was charged with Domestic Abuse/Simple Assault/1st offense, and Obstruction of Emergency Communications. He was later released from the Adair County Jail on $1,000 bond.
On Oct. 19th, 25-year old Jordan Maitlin Campbell, of Roseburg, OR., was arrested in Adair County and ordered to serve a sentence pertaining to drug charges. Campbell was found guilty June 24th on felony charges that include Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Deliver, and Failure to Affix a Drug Tax Stamp. The original offense occurred in Sept., 2014. He was being held in the Adair County Jail on $10,000 bond while fulfilling his sentence.
On Oct. 18th, 23-year old Connor Anthony Marnin, of Stuart, was arrested by Stuart Police at the Country Kitchen. Marnin was cited for Violation of a No Contact order by being with a protected party, a simple misdemeanor. Also arrested Oct. 18th, was 53-year old Steven Michael Hauter, of Center Point, and 34-year old Benjamin Austin Brown, of St. Charles. Brown was taken into custody for OWI/1st offense, and Open Container in a motor vehicle. He was also cited for driving on the right hand side of the road. Brown was later released on $1,000 bond. Hauter was arrested for OWI/2nd offense and Failure to Obey a Stop Sign. He was released later that day on $2,000 bond.