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Mills County Sheriff’s report for 3/14/23


March 14th, 2023 by Ric Hanson

(Glenwood, Iowa) – The Mills County Sheriff’s Office reports four arrests. Today (Tuesday, 3/14/23), 42-year-old Joshua Edward Mastin, of Hastings, was arrested for Driving While Barred. His bond was set at $2,000. On Monday, 54-year-old Richard James Linfor, of Shenandoah, was arrested at the Page County Jail, on a warrant for Failure to Appear, on an original charge of OWI/1st offense. He remains held on a $5,000 bond.

On March 12th, 29-year-old Yaritza Concepcion Cibrian, of Omaha, was arrested following a non-injury accident. Authorities say Cibrian was traveling east on Bunge Avenue at around 3-a.m., at attempting to get into a club in Mills County. She took a wrong turn and ended-up traveling south in the northbound off-ramp at I-29, mile marker 42. She then attempted to make a U-turn, but her 2016 Chrysler went into the east side ditch. Deputies on patrol came upon the scene as Cibrian was attempting to get her vehicle out of the ditch. She was arrested for OWI/1st offense. Bond was set at $1,000.

And, on March 9th, 39-year-old Travis Mitchell Long, of Omaha, was arrested at the Mills County Jail on a Mills County warrant for two-counts Violation of Probation. He was being held without bond in the jail.

On March 11th, a man from Kennard, NE was transported by EMS ground to Jennie Edmundson Hospital, following a collision on I-29. The Mills County Sheriff’s Office says a 2003 Ford driven by Scott Sonnenfelt was southbound near mile marker 41.4 at around 12:09-p.m., and when a 2021 Toyota driven by 31-year-old Kyle Schwanbach, of Omaha, attempted to pass, the car went out of control due to the sleet. It collided with the Ford and both vehicle went into the ditch on the west side of I-29. Sonnenfelt complained of neck and shoulder pain before being transported to the hospital.