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Thursday, February 8, 2018 N/Warren Town and County News Page Five Local Blood Drive POLICE REPORT ] [ WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S I'. February 22nd Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until REPORT 90% of the population will experience a need for proven guilty in a court of law. blood at some point during their lives. Whether it's Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent untilproven guilty in a court of law. a trauma victim, surgery patient, cancer fighter, January 19 January 22nd premature baby or mother in distress after delivery, someone in the United States needs blood every two seconds. Since there is no substitute for human blood, local patients rely on LifeServers to regularly roll up their sleeve and make a lifesaving donation! Our bloodmobiles will be out and about in your community- book your appointment to save lives! LifeServe will be holding the Norwalk Community Blood Drive, Thursday, February 22nd, from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, 720 Orchard Hills Drive. Sign up to save a life today online at lifeservebloodcenter.org or by calling 800.287.4903. LifeServe Blood Center is a non-profit, community based blood center that has served the needs of local hospitals and patients in our region since 1963. As one of the 15 largest blood centers in the country, LifeServe Blood Center is the SOLE provider of blood and blood products to more than 120 hospitals located across Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. LifeServe is committed to saving lives by providing premier service to volunteer blood donors and access to a safe, quality blood supply for hospitals and patients. Your donation with LifeServe will help save your neighbor, a friend or family member or a stranger on the street. YOU make a difference in YOUR community. For more information about blood donation or to schedule an appointment to donate blood, call 800.287.4903 or visit www.lifeservebloodcenter.org. SOCIAL STATION CAFE FEBRUARY SPECIAL All You Can Eat Pancakes - $4.99 6:00 to 11:00 a.m. Tuesday-Saturday during the month of February Social Station Cafe 8056 Hwy 28, Prole (515) 401-5622 Suspended Driver - Sunset Drive & Lakewood Drive. Curtis White, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Driving while license under Suspension, and was given a written warning for Failure to Obey Steady Red Light. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County jail. January 21 Impaired Driver - 500 North Avenue. Justin Sheriff, Prole, was arrested and charged with Operating while Intoxicated and Carrying Weapons while Intoxicated. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County jail. January 22 Theft from Vehicle - 1100 block Meadow Drive. Miscellaneous tools were reported stolen from a van parked on the street Information was taken and a report made. Fraud - 200 block Elm Avenue. Fraudulent purchase discovered on bank debit card. Information taken and a report was made. January 24 Recovered Stolen Motor Vehicle - 900 block E 17th Street. Michael Lindgren, Peterson, IA, was charged with Theft 1st degree. Subject was arrested and is in custody at the Warren County Jail. Stolen Motor Vehicle - 1300 block Parkhill Drive. Vehicle was reported stolen from a closed garage. Michael Lindgren, Peterson, IA, was arrested and charged with Theft 1st Degree, Providing False Information, and Burglary 2nd Degree. The car was located and recovered. Information was taken and a report was made. Case remains under investigation. Theft - 1000 block North Avenue. Cash and checks reported stolen from a library office. Information was taken and a report was made. Case remains under investigation. Vehicle Crash - G-14 & 50th Avenue. A vehicle driven by Thomas Mc Mahon, Des Moines, left the roadway and came to rest in the ditch. Information was taken and a report was forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. January 29 Impaired Driver/Vehicle Crash - Sunset & Cherry. Jeri Lancaster, Norwalk, struck the rear of a school bus. She was arrested and charged with Operating while Intoxicated, and issued citations for Failure to maintain Reasonable and Proper Speed, Open Container ndXar :Failure,tp. Pro.vide Proof of : Fir anoiat Liabilit y,Subject ;was prQcesse ! and transported to the Warren County Jail: February 1 Drug Equipment Violation- 1200 block North Ave. Christian Thomsen, Norwalk, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Subject was processed and cited to appear at a later date. Report was forwarded to the Warren County Attorney's office. I Deadline for ads, legals and stories is Noon Friday! ttl --gTe 7 ~ ::~!=:~ -T . !5: ~ :.~/:~;~:~?:.::i~!.i~. Greenfield Twp - fraudulent activity. Kheksavanh Sensouk, Greenfield Plaza, reports credit Card fraud. January 24th Greenfield Twp - chase of any kind. Michael Lindgren, 43, Peterson, was arrested for multiple narcotic and traffic violations. Greenfield Twp - suspicious. Nicold Ripperger, 21, Indianola, was arrested for driving while revoked. January 26th Martensdale - burglary. Geopro, Martensdale, reports attempted burglary to one of their machines. ACCIDENTS December 26th - 14:30, Pierce St: Joshua Baringer, St. Charles, was traveling too fast for conditions. Baringer lost control. Baringer hit bridge. County notified and came out and looked at bridge. Bridge is damaged. Private tow to Bussama's. Photo taken. January 26th - 20:20, 22000 block US 65: Paulette Glascock, Indianola, was traveling north on Hwy 65 when she struck a deer in approximately the 22000 block. The vehicle sustained heavy damage to the front. The occupants of the vehicle reported no injuries. January 27th - 15:35, G036/Hwy G36: Shane Watson, Indianola, was southbound on 155th approaching Highway G36. Watson failed to stop at the stop sign, entered the highway, and collided with Brian Collins, Indianola, who was traveling eastbound on Highway G36. No injuries reported. Vehicles were drivable and taken by the drivers. January 30th - 7:39, Utah St. and G076/HWY G76: A deer ran into a vehicle driven by Spencer Roggentien, South English, causing damage to the drivers headlight, front drivers quarter, and door. The deer was able to run off. January 30th -7:50, State 92/Iowa 92: Wendell Dittmer, Ackworth, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 92. A deer ran in front of the driver and was struck by the truck. The air bag deployed and the truck is totaled. January 31st - 18:10, Stone St: Amy Smith, Melcher, Car versus deer. C,ff mercial B ilding Grants Available in Norwalk Norwalk businesses and commercial building owners: The City of Norwalk is now offering commercial building grants for facade and value- added facility improvements. Buildings must be within Norwalk city limits and be at least 10 years of age. Grants are available between $1,500 to $50,000 for qualifying projects. Matching funds' required, More information is available by contacting the Economic Development Department at City Hall at 515-981-0228, or by visiting the following website: http ://www. norwalk, iowa. gov/governm e nt! departments/economic development/ incentive programs/ Parents Night Out at the YMCA The South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, offers Parents Night Out for YMCA members and non-members, infants to age 12. The next scheduled Parents Night Out is Friday, February 9th, from 5:0o p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Bring your child for an evening of dinner, crafts and fun. Must be pre- registered to parti-cipate. Contact Kristy Young, 285-0444, or Kristina.young @dmymca:org for further information, including cost. 7933 Hwy 28 Unit C, Prole, IA 50229 515-996-4741 iowavdubsrepair@ gmail.com www, iowavdubsrepair.com Oil Changes from $19.95 Contact us for details! i ; ; i r