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Thursday, January 10, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven PO'LICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent proven guilty in a court of law. December 14 Officer was dispatched to 700 block of Ashwood Avenue to investigate a Theft report; case is pend- ing further investigative leads. December 15 While on patrol, Officer observed a vehicle driving recklessly. Joshua David Lund34 19, Norwalk, was charged with Liquor Law Violations and Reckless Driving. December 17 Officer was dispatched to 400 block of W. Pine Avenue to investigate a Theft report; case is pend- ing further investigative leads. Officer was dispatched to 2200 block of Parkhill Drive in reference to a Missing Person. December 18 Officer was dispatched to 702 Beardsley to inves- tigate a Theft of gasoline report. Suspect came back later and paid for gasoline. While on patrol, Officer initiated a Traffic Stbp and Karen Jeanne Coates, 44, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Driving While Barred and Opera- tion without Registration. December 19 Officer was dispatched to 600 block of Beardsley Street to investigate a Theft from Vehicle report; case ~ pending further investiga- tive leads. Officer was dispatched to 2800 block of Berkshire Drive to investigate a Theft from Vehicle report; case is pending further investiga- tive leads. Officer was dispatched to 2900 block of Sunset Drive to investigate a Theft report; case is pending fur- ther investigative leads. Officer was dispatched to 8800 block of Wood- mayr Circle to investigate a Theft from Vehicle re- port; case is pending fur- ther investigative leads. December 20 Officer impounded a motor vehicle along G14 Hwy that was in violation of the city parking ordi- nance. Officer dispatched to the 900 block of Noffwood Drive and arrested Joseph Aaron Brown, 26, Spring Hill, on a Warrant for Criminal Mischief 4th and turned'over to Des Moines Police Department. Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 800 block of Main Street in vio- lation of the city parking ordinance. Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of Sunset Drive to investigate a Criminal Mischief report; case is pending further in- vestigative leads. December 21 Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 8000 until block of Augusta Circle in : violatiOn of the city park- ing ordinance. Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 8800 block of Woodmayr Circle in violation of the city parking ordinance. Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 2100 block of Swan Drive in vio- lation of the city parking ordinance. Officers were dispatch- ed to the 1100 block of Sunset Drive for a Domes- tic dispute. Justin Ray Davey, 22, Norwalk, was arrested for Interference with Official Acts. December 23 Officer was dispatched to the 2500 block of Cedar Street to investigate a Breaking and Entering Shane Douglas Konrad, 21, Lacona, and Zachary Alan Yegg36 21, Chariton, were arrested for Breaking and Entering and Destruc-. tion of Property. Officer was dispatched to the 2400 block of Shady Lane to investigate a Prop- erty Damage Accident. Thomas Kent Lamb, 35, Norwalk, was cited for Fail To Have Control. December 25 Officer was dispatched to the 1900 block of Cedar Street for a Domestic dis- pute; case is currently un- der investigation. December 26 Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of High Road to investigate a Theft report; case is currently under investigation Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 500 block of Pinehurst Drive in violation of the city park- ing ordinance. Officer was dispatched to the 1600 block of Birch Street to investigate a Theft report; case is currently under investigation. December 28 Officer impounded a motor vehicle in the 2500 block of Sunset Drive in violation of city parking ordinance. (NAPS~-Children who fre- quently reflux, or spit up; may need to see a doctor to find out if their digestive system is working properly. Parents. can learn more from the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders' free information packet, available at iffgd @iffgd.org, (414) 964-1799 or www.aboutGERD.org. You can protect yourself from the dangers of cold weather, even if you have a heart condition, with advice from the American Heart Association at www.heart, org/coldweather and www. heart.org/hbp. Follow it on Facebook at HBPescapees or Twitter @hearthub. Tips for Gift Card Receivers The gift card is one of the most popular presents received during the holi- day season, Which is why State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald wants Iowa consumers to make sure they are able to take full advantage of this great gift. "Some of the gift cards received during the frenzy of gift exchanging will never be redeemed and nobody can afford to let money go to waste," Fitz- gerald said. "These tips can help you protect the value of the gift card throughout the year." If you receive a gift card: Use it as soon as pos- sible. You won't have to worry about inactivity fees or expiration dates. Save the gift card package and receipt. Hav- ing these will make replac- ing a lost or stolen card much easier. Know the balance. Many gift card providers will let you check your bal- ance on their websites. Be aware of expiration dates. Be sure to verify if the card has an expiration date. Pay attention to inac- tivity fees. Make sure if there are fees that they're clearly disclosed. Inactiv- ity fees may reduce the card's value over time. "We encourage retailers to honor all of the gift cards they sell, even those that have expired," Fitz- gerald stated. "In doing so, retailers stay on friendly terms with their custom- ers." Current state law re- quires that the expiration date and fees be clearly displayed on any gift card with such restrictions. Consumers with questions or concerns regarding an expired gift card that a re- tailer will not honor are encouraged to contact the State Treasurer's office. Provide a copy of the gift card and a brief letter stat- ing the circumstances of the complaint. The infor- mation can be sent to the address below or emailed to upreport@iowa.gov. Michael L. Fitzgerald Treasurer of the State of Iowa Unclaimed Property Reporting Desk State Capitol, Des Moines, IA 50319 o LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p,m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays (Merno Day-Later Day) Community Bank Holds Bike Drawing Community Bank held its annual bike drawing and Tristen Duncan, 10, Van Meter, was the Norwalk branch winner[ Congratulations, Tristen! He is pictured with Denny Morrow and Michaela Pearson, both of Community Bank. Photo submitted. Success Story at Norwalk Nursing and Rehab Happy New Year, Steven Mayer!! Steven Mayer came to Norwalk Nursing and Rehab in September 2012 prior to a partial left leg amputation. After the amputa- tion, Mayer's goal was to return home and care for himself. He made his goal and returned home January 1, 2013 to start the New Year[! CONGRATS, STEVEN!! Photo subnitted. Leonardc da Vinci wrote all his ~rsonal jnotes from right to left, forcing those wto read them to use a miror. M-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating "Insured & Certified" SALES -- SERVICE -- REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL is a full commercial printer located in Carlisle. Give us a call. We can print your flyers, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, nagazines, newsletters, books, etc. Free Estimates. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. 1st St Carlisle, IA 50047 .4 . .].~ ; " ~ . ~1#I,1 /l dd6~d ' ' ' . i" ' * ";