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Thursday, January 3, 2019 Warren County Sheriff’s eport This information was obtained directly from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. December 18th Jackson Township w burglary. Tonia J oachims, 43, of rural Warren County reported burglary to residence. Investigation continues. December 22nd Greenfield Township — abandoned vehicle. A stolen vehicle out of Des Moines was recovered in rural Warren County. Linn Township -— domestic disturbance. Jordan Spain, 26, Norwalk, was arrested for domestic abuse assault 2nd offense. December 23rd Jackson Township — animal-dog. Dog at large investigation in Warren County. ACCIDENTS ' December 18th , 7:30, State 28/Iowa 28: David Gueh, Des Moines, had a car/deer accident. No injuries, vehicle was able to be driven from scene. Driver was operating as an Uber driver. 10:55, SOZ3/Hwy 823: Zachary McCombs, Ackworth, stated he was in a hurry to check on his friend in lndianola. He feared for his friends safety. He stated he lost control and hit the bridge. I did observe the vehicle had a temp tire installed on the drivers rear position. That tire was flat, however unknown if it was flat before the accident or after. The Warren County Engineers office was notified. They arrived and looked at the bridge. The bridge did not appear damaged, however they had to get equipment to clean the bridge roadway. ., .,. ,;- . . December 20th 12:00, US 65': Elizabeth Kibbey, Indianola, slowed to pass by an accident that had happened in the northbound passing lane/median. Nicholas Kibby, Indianola, did not slow down and rear ended his wife who was driving the vehicle in front of him. No injuries. Nicholas Kibby’s vehicle was towed by Aubert’s towing. 18:02, US 65: Barbara Gibbs, Osceola, was traveling south in the 14000 block of Hwy 65/9. A deer entered the roadway and Gibbs struck the deer causing disabling damage to the front of her vehicle. N0 airbagv‘deploym'ent: Noinj'uri'es reported: Evidence of deer strike was Viewed on scene and deer was put down by law enforcement. The vehicle was privately towed and tow was arranged by Gibbs. EOR. ‘ December 22nd 2:48, 80.5 MM State 5/Iowa 5: Kassidy Narber, Pelham, AL, was traveling n/b at approximately the 80.5 MM Hwy 5. Deer running from east to west. N arber struck deer and caused disabling damage to the front end of the vehicle; no one was injured in the accident. Vehicle was towed privately. , December 26th 7:14, 4th St and Belmond St: Michaela Madsen, Milo, and Jason Phinney, Milo, did not stop at intersection 4th and Belmont in Milo. Madsen and Phinney collided in the intersection. Both vehicles were able to be driven away. Madsen’s upper lip was cut in the inside of mouth. . 12:55, R063/Nevada St: Jonathan Huffer, Indianola, was traveling westbound at the 8500 blk of Nevada. Driver lost control on wet icy road. Vehicle went into left‘ditch, struck tree, and rolled over. Driver and firont passenger received minor cuts to face. Passenger in back seat was trapped .and unconscious. Her leg was pinned between truck and the tree. Mercy One transport juvenile after mechanically extricated from vehicle. 19:26, Interstate 35/I35: Timothy Snyder, Saint Marys, was traveling northbound at the 62 MM of r 135. Snyder hydro planed and went off onto the east shoulder. Snyder struck a white reflector sign and continued into the ditch and came to rest. Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle, Iowa. If you have a flyer, letterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc., that you would like to have printed, give us a call for a Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. lst Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251 NMamn Town and County News Information provided by Nancy Kuehl and Shanda Lewiston Registration forms for events are available 24 hours a day at the Parks and Recreation office (1 100 Chatham Avenue, inside the Norwalk Public Safety Building) or print them off our website: www.norwalk.iowa.gov. You can mail registration forms, place them in our drop box, or walk in. Office hours are 8:00 am. to 4:30 p.m.'Monday thru Friday. The drop box is open 24/7. If you have any questions, please call us at 515—981-9206. On-line registration is also available on our website: www.norwalk.iowa.gov. Our winter brochure is available online, or there are copies you can pick up at the Parks and Rec office. Please call us or visit our website for further details on the following events: Registrations dates for upcoming events: Craft Club Registration open for J anuary-February classes Adult Pick-Up Basketball Games — Registration open until full YEL Jr. Robotics League — Registration January 7 - 18 Adult Fitness Classes — Registration January 7 20 N orwalk Family TaeKwonDo Registration January 7 20 Non Registration events ' Family Open Gym — Sundays through February 24th, 2-4 pm, Oviatt Gym Senior Exercise Mondays/Wednesdays‘@ 10:00 a.m., Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church OPALS — January 11th, Public Safety Building from 11:30 - 1:00 p.m. “A”... ..v.» J“ ,, t‘ . ' .:," G‘ét ’(fiit’yBiir‘ fg‘lue'iand int/Argentinean: the this“ program. Children in 3rd through 5th grades at Lakewood elementary are invited to join. They meet once a month after school on early out Wednesdays to make special arts and crafts projects. Instructor is Nancy Kuehl. Adult Pick—Up Basketball Games Pick—up basketball games will be offered for adults. Please bring clean tennis shoes to wear for the games. This program is only for residents who live within» the Norwalk School District. YEL (Youth Enrichment League) Junior Robotics 2lst Century Robotics Enrichment using LEGO . bricks. Each class follows 4 components: Teach it, Build it, Program it, and Play it. Fitness Classes Fitness classes include Circuit Sensation/Bootcamp Sensation, Early Bird Body Sculpting, and Step Bench Aerobics/Interval. Mary Jane Sharp is the Visit us at www.norwalk.iowa.gov instructor. \ Norwalk Family TaeKwonDo Jason Brooks is the head instructor of Norwalk Family TaeKwonDo, which offers programs for ages V 5 through adults. The classes are separated by rank and students meet twice a week. V Family Open Gym Shoot hoops or play a pick-up game with friends or family. Bring clean tennis shoes for the floor. Only residents in the Norwalk school district are eligible to participate. No registration required; just show up and play. ’ OPALS — Older People with Active Life Styles Senior Citizen Exercise Everyone ages 55 and older is invited to attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and toning. We will meet at Christ Our Savior Lutheran A Church (new location) located at 515 Sunset‘Drive. Registration is not. required. This is a continuous program every Monday and Wednesday from 10- 10:30 am. , Well—Seasoned Potluck (The meat as well as the people) All are invited, age 55 or elder, to attend a potluck dinner to enjoy and socialite with the Park and Recreation staff. Meat, tableware, and coffee/ beverage are provided. Dust off the cookbooks and be creative to bring a side and/or dessert to share with everyone. After the meal we will have some form of entertainment from localrtalent. Let us know your email address and we will send out reminders with what meat that is prepared'iin that day. Call or email the office to registertwo d s before the event. §'¥L‘fl°*"«* r Norwaweutamriee Rink The Norwalk Outdoor Ice Rink is located on the basketball court at Norwalk City Park; 907 North Avenue. The Ice Rink is a public facility, and no fees will be charged for open recreation use. The ice rink measures 88’x44’ and was" donated by the Norwalk Iowa Lions Club. The IceRink is open for skating 3.5.: during the winter, when; weatherspermitshA‘ color system will be used to inform the public of skating conditions. A traffic signal (stop light) has been installed at the Ice Rink. A green light indicates, the rink is open and conditions are suitable for skating. A red light indicates the rink is closed. The Ice Rink isclosed when posted due to weather, ice condiz, ions or maintenance if there is damage to the rim; or if the ice has melted. 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