August 12, 2019
- An officer covered a car-deer accident. Brian Kraft was driving his 2018 Ford Escape in the 1600 Block of N. Elm Street when his vehicle struck a deer. Damage was estimated at $500.
- The Jefferson Volunteer Fire DEpartment and an officer responded to a fire alarm activation at 401 W. McKinley St. No fire was located, and it was determined to be a false alarm.
- The Greene County Sheriff’s office requested assistance from officers with a reported careless driver on 220th Street. It was later determined the vehicle was eastbound and not heading toward Jefferson.
- Barbara Brooker reported a suspicious male walking south in the 400 block of N. Cedar Street. Officers did not locate the suspect.
- A caller reported a dirt bike being ridden on the street in the 1500 block of Hawthorne Lane. An officer spoke to a juvenile about the issue.
- Gary Parker requested an officer at 606 S. Maple St. for an argument occurring in the residence. An officer spoke to the couple, who separated for the remainder of the evening.
- A retail store requested an officer at 106 W. Washington St. for an unruly male customer. The officer advised the male he was not welcome back to the business for the remainder of the evening and arranged a ride for the male.
- Nicole Borkowski requested an officer at 505 N. Grimmell Road for an argument occurring between her and her husband. The officer was busy and requested assistance from a deputy. The deputy responded and defused the situation at the residence for the evening.
- A traffic sop at 220th and Elm streets resulted in Jordan Davis of Grand Junction being issued a citation for operation with expired license.
- An officer has sent a charge to the Juvenile Courts for a 17-year-old Jefferson male for fifth-degree theft. The charge stemmed from the theft of alcohol from a retail store Aug. 8.
- An officer has sent charges for a Jefferson 14-year-old and a Jefferson 15-year-old to the Juvenile Courts for interference with official acts. The two children ran from an officer in the night after curfew Aug. 5.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.