Jefferson Police Report June 14


June 13, 2019

  • An officer responded to 403 W. Greenewood Road for a report of a dog running at large.
  • Pat Dittert reported finding a pamphlet on the windshield of his car at 104 N. Locust St. while he was inside a retail store.
  • A remote-controlled toy car was found on the courthouse property and was turned into the Law Enforcement Center.
  • Officers responded to the 1000 block of E. Lincoln Way for an emergent medical call.
  • Officers assisted the Greene County Sheriff’s office with locating a missing flatbed semi-trailer on the east side of 606 E. Highway 30.
  • Malissa Brooks requested an officer at 621 S. Cedar St. for a civil complaint.
  • An officer responded to the 400 block of S. Wilson Avenue for a possible traffic accident.
  • Janon Olson reported to an officer that her roommate, Anthony Kennedy, urinated in her cookie jar at her residence at 606 N. Olive St. Olson said she became upset and poured the cookie jar full of urine on Kennedy’s clothes.
  • Irene Mischke reported receiving a spam check in the mail.
  • Amanda Huff spoke with an officer about a 10-year-old child who approached her at Russell Park and said he committed a crime the night prior. An officer followed up with mother of the child and found the child’s information was not credible.
  • Charles Heimer was issued a parking violation for RV parking at 907 N. Cedar St.
  • An officer responded to 606 N. Olive St. for a civil dispute between Janon Olson and Anthony Kennedy.
  • An officer responded to the 200 block of S. Maple Street for a possible gun shot. The officer determined that someone at the residence at 304 S. Maple St. set off a firework that was the cause of the sound.
  • June 8, 2019, at 3 a.m., an officer responded to the Greene County Medical Center parking lot for a vehicle burglary complaint. One vehicle had its passenger side window smashed out. An officer reviewed the surveillance video from the GCMC and witnessed a male breaking the window of the vehicle and removing a purse. The male also entered a second vehicle that was unsecured. An officer took a photo of the suspect to the Wild Rose Casino surveillance staff and asked whether they had a patron at the casino the night of the burglary who matched the suspect’s description. A male matching the description was found and identified as Logan Eric Warland, 29, of Fort Dodge. After the investigation was complete, arrests warrants were requested for Logan on charges of two counts of fifth-degree theft, two counts of second-offense third-degree burglary-motor vehicle and second-degree criminal mischief.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


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