Dallas County Sheriff’s Office reports, Aug. 28 - 30

Staff Writer
Perry Chief
Dallas County Sheriff’s Office reports, Aug. 28 - 30

The following incidents were reported by the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, Aug. 28 - 30, 2015. It’s important to remember, a criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.

August 28

Ivan Eduardo Rivas-Leanos, age 21, of Perry, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear - original charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Nicholas John Bence, age 33 of Winterset, was arrested on a warrant for harassment.

Jolene Walker of Adel was traveling in the 15000 block of Old Highway 6 when her vehicle struck a deer. No injuries reported. Damage to the vehicle estimated at $4,000.

Darrick Duan Hicks, age 41 of Ames, was arrested in the 1200 block of Greene Street, Adel, for driving under suspension.

Abby Marie Kopriva, age 18 of Ames, was arrested at the intersection of Highway 169 and Highway 6 for driving under suspension.

August 29

Rebecca Andersen of Adel was stopped on Highway 169 waiting to turn in to the golf course entrance when she was struck from behind by a vehicle driven by Tyler Carpenter of Adel. No injuries reported. Damage to Andersen’s vehicle is estimated at $3,000, and $4,000 to Carpenter’s. Carpenter was cited for failure to stop in assured clear distance.

Gina Bainter of rural Redfield reported unauthorized activity on her credit card.

Seth Marshall Applegate, age 25 of Clive, was arrested in the 24000 block of the bike trail for OWI, driving while barred and failure to maintain control.

August 30

Dennis Eugene Hein Jr., age 41 of Perry, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation - original charge of possession of controlled substance.

De Soto Calvery Baptist Church at 23213 347th St., De Soto, reported that someone had been doing doughnuts in the church parking lot and at one point slid into the garage causing extensive damage.

Rodney Neal Patterson of Cumming reported that the coin machine to the Redfield Car Wash that he owns at 628 1st St., Redfield, had been broken into and several quarters were taken.