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News of Record: Dec. 28, 2012

December 28, 2012
Messenger News

Man accused of SO registry neglect

POCAHONTAS - A convicted sex offender has been charged with not complying with the sex offender registry after allegedly being spotted outside a day care.

John S. Camp, 51, of Sac City, has been charged with failure to comply with the rules of the sex offender registry, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a statement from Pocahontas Police Chief Al Hinrickson.

On Dec. 14, police received a report of two suspicious men sitting in the grass by Discovery Daycare in Pocahontas, Henrickson said.

Though they had left by the time police arrived, officers were able to get a description of their vehicle. Officers stopped it south of Pocahontas and found Camp inside.

In addition to finding out he was a sex offender, officers allegedly found marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Camp was arrested and held in the Pocahontas County Jail with $3,300 bond.

Police Log

FORT DODGE

Friday

Sally Beauty reported criminal mischief.

A person reported harassment.

Jennie Johnson reported identity theft.

David Harris reported a burglary.

A person reported a domestic assault and criminal mischief.

Saturday

Tom Fawcett reported a theft.

Nicholas Thielen, Fort Dodge Public Library and MidAmerican Energy each reported criminal mischief.

Sunday

Sonia Gross reported a theft.

Selina Wastun and Andrew Flagge each reported criminal mischief.

Two people reported an assault.

CGCR Tire Center reported a burglary.

Monday

Two people each reported an assault.

A person reported harassment.

John Jones reported a theft.

Tuesday

Clayton Brown reported a burglary.

John Wendell Jr. reported a theft.

Wednesday

Gridor Construction and Premier Electric each reported a burglary and a theft.

Hobby Lobby reported a forgery and a theft.

Starla Sweeney, Joseph Koch and the Iowa Outdoor Store each reported a theft.

Lindsey Hebert reported criminal mischief.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Thursday

Interference with official acts, aggravated - Jason M. Pirie, 30, Callender, sent to District Court.

Possession of stolen property - Jason M. Pirie, 30, Callender, continued 180 days.

Possession of drug paraphernalia - Jason M. Pirie, 30, Callender, continued 180 days; Wendy J. Jordison, 50, no address provided, $320; Thomas L. Clark Jr., 43, no address provided, $320.

No insurance - Jason M. Pirie, 30, Callender, continued 180 days; Emanuel Bustos Rivera, 19, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

Possession of marijuana, third offense - John J. Wendel Jr., 46, no address provided, preliminary hearing set for Jan. 10.

Assault causing bodily injury - John J. Wendel Jr., 46, no address provided, preliminary hearing set for Jan. 10.

Failure to leave information - Ryan M. Brown, 31, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

Failure to report an accident - Ryan M. Brown, 31, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

Failure to appear - Leah M. Hovey, 23, no address provided, two days in jail suspended.

Driving under suspension - Leah M. Hovey, 23, no address provided, $397.50.

No driver's license - Emanuel Bustos Rivera, 19, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

Registration violation - Emanuel Bustos Rivera, 19, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

Speeding - Kassandra W. Wieberg, 17, no address provided, trial set for Jan. 17.

 
 

 

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