August 9, 2019
- John McConnell reported a hit-and-run accident that occurred Aug. 8, 2019. McConnell’s 2007 Chevrolet Impala was parked in the 200 block of N. Wilson Avenue from noon until 2 p.m. McConnell discovered damage to the left rear tire and left rear quarter. The damage estimate was $1,000. An officer is investigating.
- A retail store reported the theft of alcohol from the previous evening at 106 W. Washington St. Video was provided to an officer of a couple taking a bottle of liquor valued at $19.24. The officer has identified the couple, and charges are pending.
- A retail store reported a stray dog at 606 U.S. Highway 30 E. An officer arrived and knew the dog lived outside of the city. The owner was contacted to pick the animal up.
- The Greene County Rec Center reported criminal mischief occurring in a restroom. Damages estimated at $200 and clean up had occurred in the men’s restroom. Rec center staff is reviewing video to determine who is responsible, and charges are pending.
- Sandra Niles reported the theft of items from 1000 W. Adams St., #38, where cash and items totaling $1,650 were missing. They were last known to be in the apartment in late June. No forced entry was located. An officer is investigating the reported theft.
- An officer assisted the Greene County Ambulance with a medical call in the 700 block of W. South Street.
- Kyle Rysavy requested an officer to remove an unwanted female from the property at 708 W. Harrison St. The officer spoke to the female, who left the area on her own.
- Kim Jacobson spoke with an officer about having a trailer parked in the alley while tearing shingles off of the garage roof at 407 E. Lincoln Way. There was plenty of room to get around the trailer.
- An officer is attempting to make contact with the resident at 409 S. Olive St. for heavy grass clippings blown into the street. A city ordinance prohibits grass clippings to be left in the street after mowing.
- Rebecca Blanchard spoke with an officer about a civil tenant issue occurring with a renter at 306 W. Washington St.
- An officer assisted the Greene County Ambulance with a medical call in the 500 block of E. Clark Street.
August 10, 2019
- The Greene County Medical Center emergency room advised a male patient left and requested he be brought back. An officer located the male outside of the facility and coaxed him back inside.
- Johnny Hamilton located a container of quarters a customer had left at his car wash at 902 N. Vine St. He reviewed video and had a registration plate of the customer’s vehicle. The officer assisted in getting the money returned to the customer.
- A traffic stop performed in the 1400 block of N. Elm Street resulted in Jamie Wasson of Grand Junction being issued a citation for operation without registration.
- Yvon Day requested a welfare check on a dog tied out in the 500 block of S. Oak Street. An officer spoke to an occupant at the residence and learned the dog was fine and had just been tied out for a short period.
- An officer performed a funeral escort.
- Jacob Lane reported a tire was cut on his vehicle while parked in the 600 block of N. Wilson Avenue overnight.
- A traffic stop performed in the 300 block of W. Madison Street resulted in Nelson Solis Pacheco of Minnesota being issued a citation for failure to have a valid driver’s license.
- A traffic stop at 220th Street and Wild Rose Lane resulted in Nelson Lo of Carroll being issued a citation for driving on the wrong side of a two-way highway.
- Bomgaars reported a suspicious male in the parking lot at 203 W. McKinley St. The male left before the officer’s arrival in the area.
- Emily Chiafos requested an officer at 104 E. Clark St. for a reported assault with a knife. An officer’s investigation led to the arrest of Brianne Kara Wolf, 28, of no fixed abode for assault while displaying a dangerous weapon.
- Jennifer Ashby requested an officer at 108 E. Central St., #66, for an unwanted male at the property. The male left before the officer’s arrival.
- The Greene County Medical Center emergency room reported an agitated male patient trying to leave. An officer located the patient outside and returned him to ER.
- An officer checked the area of the 100 block of E. Central Avenue after dispatch received a 911 hang-up call. The officer located the caller and learned she was fine.
August 11, 2019
- An officer assisted the Greene County Ambulance in the 200 block of E. Wilcox Way with an accidental gunshot wound to the foot.
- A caller spoke with an officer about a vehicle parked on private property. The caller allowed someone to park the vehicle on his property but would not remove it now, after being asked. The officer advised the property owner that he could tow the vehicle at the vehicle owner’s expense.
- An officer assisted the Greene County jailer with a female prisoner who was assaulting the jailer. The officer gave the female several commands that were ignored by the prisoner. The prisoner lunged toward the officer, and the officer deployed his TASER on the female to gain control and compliance. The Greene County Sheriff’s office will be handling any criminal charges in the matter.
- A caller reported juveniles riding on the outside of a truck in the 500 block of S. Chestnut Street. An officer did not locate the vehicle.
- Leslie Chothen spoke with an officer concerning a civil child custody issue occurring in Jefferson.
- Janice Harbaugh reported an audible alarm sounding at 401 W. McKinley St. An officer found the building to be secured, and a key holder was contacted and advised.
- A caller reported witnessing a rabbit with an arrow through it in the 700 block of S. Oak Street. An officer is investigating.
- Nicole Johnson requested an officer at 500 E. Clark St. for an unwanted male at the residence. The officer arrived while the male was removing his items from the residence, and he left on his own.
- A retail store reported a female customer leaving 303 N. Elm St. on a bike with suspected narcotics in her purse. An officer did not locate the reported female.
- Nellie Gustin reported an audible alarm sounding at 401 E. McKinley St. A key holder was contacted.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.