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News of Record: May 10, 2013

May 10, 2013
Messenger News

E.G. police seek suspect in burglary

EAGLE GROVE - Police are on the lookout for the final suspect in a burglary at the Eagle Pharmacy.

Kevin Freese, 24, is alleged to have broken into the pharmacy along with two others on April 22.

Eagle Grove Police Chief Rey Beltran said the suspects are accused of stealing prescription medicines, syringes and pseudoephedrine.

The two other suspects, Justin Morris, 31, and Zachary Steig, 24, have been arrested in connection with the case.

Beltran asked anybody with information on Freese to call their local police department.

Arrival s

VAN DIEST

MEDICAL CENTER

LAMIRANDE - Shey Severson and Cody Lamirande, Webster City, a boy, Preston Michael Lamirande, Saturday, April 27, 2013. Grandparents are Lesa and Tony Moore, of Webster City; Cathy and Rick Miller, Craig Severson and Brenda Ferrell, all of Stanhope; Bob aand Cassie Lamirande, of Fort Dodge. Great-grandparents are Deb and Vern Alexander, and Kay Paulson, all of Webster City.

IOWA SPECIALTY HOSPITAL

CHRISTIANSON - Adam and Tabatha, Livermore, a boy, Cooper Daniel Christianson, Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Grandparents are Daniel and Donna Miller, of Monona, and Ronald and Denise Christianson, of Bode. Great-grandparents are Marvin and Darlene Miller, of McGregor; Dennis Behounek, of Livermore; and Bonnie Christianson, of Bode.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Thursday

Conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine - John D. Aden, 55, 827 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for May 16.

Driving under suspension - Ashley K. Hummel, 21, 1511 Sixth Ave. N., $397.50 and 10 days in jail suspended; Dallas Wyatt, no age provided, 1705 14th Ave. S.W., $397.50 and 10 days in jail suspended.

No insurance - Ashley K. Hummel, 21, 1511 Sixth Ave. N., $397.50; Dallas Wyatt, no age provided, 1705 14th Ave. S.W., trial set for May 30; Brian S. Efkamp, 48, no address provided, case dismissed, fined $60 in court costs.

Joint criminal conduct involving fifth-degree theft - Daniel P. Jones, 33, 1810 Second Ave. N., trial set for May 30; Danielle J. Rauhauser, 26, 1810 Second Ave. N., continued 180 days.

Domestic assault by strangulation - Flower D. McNeil, 24, 916 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for May 16.

Fourth-degree theft - Danielle J. Rauhauser, 26, 1810 Second Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for May 16.

Absence from custody - Michael W. Mitchell, 56, 311 First Ave. S., sent to District Court.

Domestic assault enhanced - Michael J. Winter, 41, 822 1/2 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for May 16.

No driver's license - Jesseca M. Montenegro, 20, 1402 Eighth Ave. S., $330.

Passing contrary to highway sign marking - Candace L. Aber, 64, Barnum, trial set for May 30.

Parole violation - Travis J. Peters, 28, no address provided, sent to Parole Board.

Failure to stop in assured, clear distance - Michael J. Boatman, 32, no address provided, $195.

Police Log

FORT DODGE

Tuesday

Cargill and Kristen Price each reported a theft.

Mobile Crushing and Recycling/Fastenal reported a forgery and theft.

Wednesday

Three people each reported an assault.

Erica Green and Hy-Vee Wine and Spirits each reported a theft.

Brian Vigneron reported criminal mischief.

Sheriff's Log

WEBSTER COUNTY

April 25

Lynette Grady, 2199 235th St., reported a theft.

April 26

Donna Kimball, Clare, reported a burglary.

April 27

Michael Flamme, Vincent, reported a fire.

A person reported an assault.

April 30

Gary Tussing, Clare, and Robin Cobb, 1833 Lizard Creek Lane, each reported a theft.

Mark Netland, 2334 Riverside Trail, reported a burglary.

May 2

Gerald Whitehill, 1750 200th St., reported a house fire.

May 3

Angela Marcocig, Badger, reported a burglary.

Monday

Moorland Small Engine, Moorland, reported a lost license plate.

 
 

 

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