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Thursday, February 21, 2019 N/Warren Town and County News Page Nine Warren County Sheriff's 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. .i Report February 4th Cumming - assault. A 16 YOA juvenile male, of Warren County, was charged with assault causing injury. February 5th Greenfield Township - fight in progress. Assault investigation in Warren County. Jackson Township - sexual abuse. Sex abuse investigation in Warren County. February 7th Jackson Township - welfare check. John Lewis, 78, rural St. Charles, was arrested for domestic assault by strangulation, obstruction of emergency communication, and false imprisonment. February 8th Greenfield Township - intoxicated driver. Colin Charles Curnes, 24, Des Moines, was arrested for operating while intoxicated 1st offense. February 9th Cumming - intoxicated driver. Aaron Epstein, 29, of St. Louis, was arrested for operating while intoxicated third offense. February 10th Greenfield Township - medical/ambulance call. Deputies responded to a suicidal adult female in Greenfield Plaza. Female was transported to the hospital by ambulance. ACCIDENTS February llth 7:09, US 65: Terence Belding, Des Moines, was southbound on Hwy 65-69. Belding advised he might have been driving too fast, lost control, entered ditch, and rolled his vehicle knocking down a small evergreen tree before coming to rest in the ditch. 16:33, US 65: Parker Evins, Osceola, was driving southbound on Hwy 65/69 and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle crossed the centerline and struck Brittany Pritchard, Norwalk, while it was heading in the northbound lane. February 12th 5:05, G076/Hwy G76: Gregory Pullman, New Virginia, was traveling west in the 2000 block of Hwy G76. A deer entered the road from the south moving north. Pullman struck the deer causing cosmetic and functional damage to his vehicle. Pullman was uninjured. The vehicle was driven from the scene under its own power. February 13th 4:23, US 65: Terry Baughman, Chariton, was traveling north in the 13000 block of Hwy 65/69. A deer entered the road from the east moving west. Baughman struck the deer causing cosmetic and functional damage to his vehicle. Baughman was uninjured. The vehicle was able to be driven from the scene under its own power. Norwalk Student Among Those Learning on Donated Vehicle General Motors has donated a 2018 Silverado LT pickup with a 5.3 V8 to the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) GM Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP). The DMACC ASEP students will be able to learn about the latest technology equipped on today's vehicles. Some of the students who will get to work on this vehicle, include: (left to right) Nick Moore of Ankeny, Matthew Haines of Des Moines, Derek Brown of New Sharon, Caleb Vaughn of Colo, Michael Ullestad of Knoxville, Austin Blackman of Westside, Kim Hensley of Des Moines, Jordan Goslar of Mapleton, Kyle Donahoe of Urbandale, Noah Beirman of Slater: (standing in truck bed) Yordi Mena of Perry, Broc Bohning of Cambridge and Ryan Toder of Norwalk. Senate News By State Senator Julian B. Garrett j ulian.garrett@legis.iowa.gov Advancing E-Verify Bill The subcommittee for my E-Verify bill is set for Wednesday, February 20, at 10 a.m. I am pleased that 26 senators, a majority of the senate, are co- sponsors. Several others say they will vote for the bill. I am chairing the subcommittee and will be the floor manager for the bill as it proceeds through the senate. Education Funding The first bill that we passed this year was funding for our K-12 education system. Total new funding comes to $89.3 million. This includes $7.8 million for transportation equalization. Transportation costs vary from district to district. Rural schools, of course, have higher transportation costs because they have to transport students greater distances to get them to the schools. Total taxpayer funding for K-12 education, including state, local and federal funding is $7.1 billion. This includes SAVE money funded by a I cent sales tax that goes for improved infrastructure. This total comes to $14,600 per student. By law we are supposed to pass this funding in the first 30 days of the session so schools will know how much money they will have in the coming fiscal year. That was rarely done a few years ago when Democrats controlled the Senate, but we are making it a point to pass the funding on time now. Iowa's "Second Amendment" - I, and many other legislators have been trying to enact an amendment to the Iowa constitution to guarantee the rights of Iowans to keep and bear arms, as is guaranteed in the U. S. constitution, for a number of years. In our current proposal, we are leaving off the language in the preamble of the U. S. constitution's second amendment, having to do with a militia. The reason is that opponents of a citizen's right to keep and bear arms have used that preamble, so far unsuccessfully, to argue that the constitutional right only applies to the military and law enforcement, and not to the average citizen. Democrats have used this wording as an excuse for opposing the proposed amendment in the Iowa legislature, but proposing to substitute the language in the U. S. constitution so they can claim that they too support the right to keep and bear arms. Some people oppose our amendment saying that we have the federal second amendment and therefore we do not need a state provision. A state amendment would be an insurance policy in case we lose our federal right. It was not long ago that the U. S. Supreme Court ruled in a 5 to 4 vote that the right to keep and bear arms was a right enjoyed by individual people. Four Supreme Court judges in a dissenting opinion said that right did not apply to individuals. As always please feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns. Extra copies of the Norwalk paper can be purchased at Casey's, Kum & Go, Git-N-Go, and Farewav. R modeling Trim Carpentry Handyman Services WConstructLLC@gmail.com 515-770-3662 Events at Norwalk Easter Public Library 1051 North Avenue 515-981-0217 Thursday, February 21 Rhyme Time, 10:30 am. This storytime focuses on songs and rhymes. Shake shakers, sing, move, and read some short books! Monday, February 25 Baby Time, 10:30 am. A special story time for babies up to about 18 months and their grownups. Learn lots of songs, rhymes, and bounces! (Fifteen minutes followed by playtime.) Cupcake Decorating, 6:30 - 8:00 pm. 6th through 12th graders and adults are invited to learn cake decorating skills by decorating cupcakes! This is a collaboration with adult craft night. $2 registration fee if required & refundable at the event. Tuesday, February 26 Reading Time, 10:30 am. This storytime focuses on books and pre-reading skills. Read books, sing songs, and do activities! Tuesday Talks, 6:30 pm. Meet the Author, Kimberly Stuart. Stuart is the author of eight novels, including the Heidi Elliott series, Sugar, and Heart Land. Books will be provided by Pageturners Bookstore of Indianola and will be available for purchase and signing by the author following the presentation. Registration preferred Call or drop by the library. Wednesday, February 27 Early Out Wednesdays, 2:30 - 3:30 pm. Drop-in activities every Wednesday if there is school in Norwalk. No registration required. Best or elementary age children, but all ages-welcome. On the 4th Wednesday of the month, it's Make! Make art projects with a variety of materials. Thursday,February 28 Rhyme Time, 10:30 am. This storytime focuses on songs and rhymes. Shake shakers, sing, move, and read some short books! Pajama Time, 7:00 pm. On the 2a& and 4th Thursday of the month, come to the library to read funny stories. Great for all ages. Pajamas welcome. Towing & Recovery February 23rd, 2019 - 9 A.M. 515-225-6088 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION 155 S. 13th St. West Des Moines, IA 50265 Gates open at 8 a.m auction at 9 a.m. Cash or credit card, no checks. All cars must be paid for at the time of purchase and removed within 24 hours. 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