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Thursday, June 5, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News PageSeven POLICE REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. charged with OWI 2nd and Driving Left of Center. Sub- ject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jail. "M_m Vehicle Crash, North Avenue and Hwy 28 (Sun- set Drive). Vehicle driven by Zachary Perry, rural Norwalk, struck a vehifle driven by Julie Lors, Norwalk.•Information was taken and a report was transmitted to the Iowa Department of Transporta- tion. Theft Report, 1000 block Sunset Drive. Information taken; report made. Ma_Kv Criminal Mischief 2nd, 1900 block North Avenue. Information taken; investi- gation continues in this matter. Cumming ;eeks Board Volunteers The City of Cumming is looking for additional mem- bers for both the Park and Recreation Board and the Planning and Zoning Board. All are three-year terms to start July 1. Requirements are Park and Recreation: must live within the 50061 zip code; Planning and Zoning: must live within the city limits. Contact the City Clerk at 981-9214 or cityclerk@cumming-iowa.com for more information or to apply• Star,, the day off right! ] I , Vehicle crash, 700 block Lane. Vehicle driven by Crystal Grout, Norwalk, struck a parked motor- cyde, causing damage to both vehides. A report was • made and forwarded to the Iowa Department of Trans- portation. Criminal Mischief, 800 block of Cherry Parkway; report made. Vehicle crash, Hwy 5/ Hwy 28. Vehicle driven by James Tarpe) Clive, struck a vehide driven by Stacia Burns, Norwalk, causing damage to both vehicles. A report was made and for- warded to the Iowa Depart- ment of Transportation. May__ Theft 3rd, 500 block North Avenue. Gary McBee, Norwalk, was ar- rested and charged with Theft 3rd in reference to earlier thefts. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jail. Theft Report, 700 block Beardsley. Information taken; report made. May_ Traffic Stop, E. 27th and Shady Eane. Connor Elbert, Cumming, was arrested • and charged with Posses- sion of Marijuana, Posses- sion of Drug Parapherna- lia, Operating a Motor Ve- hicle with Expired License and Speeding. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County Jar. May__ Traffic Stop, Sunset and High Road. Amanda Dahl, Norwalk, was arrested and matters Large walk-out lots backing to a pond or Iowa's countryside. 515-223-1150 P.O. Box 160 Norwalk, Iowa www.kwky.com 1 The Grille at Warrior Run Now Open Dining room at Warrior Run Golf Course. Staffphoto by Mary Lo Gray. By Mary Lou Gray Warrior Run Golf Course owner, Mark Burke, has announced the opening of The Grille, lo- cated at 3089 North Ave. in Norwalk. Chef Matt Elliott, formerly of Elliott's in Cumming, will be pre- paring the items on The Grille's menu. A full menu is available and will in- clude appetizers, salads, • sandwiches and entrees. Entrees will only be avail- able after 5 p.m. and there are planned featured spe- cials nightly. Burke invites you to come and efljoy'a meal at The Grille even if you don't play golf. The Grille will be open 11 a.m. to close, Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 981-0266 or visit the website at www.warrior .rungolf.com. Red Cross Launches Anti-Drowning Campaign The American Red years of Red Cross swim- Cross has launched a new ming safety- education and The Grille Chef Matt Elliott. Photo submitted. the Red Cross is making a new sustained multi-year push to teach more people to swim safely• Drowning is one of the leading causes of uninten- tional injury and death in the United States. In Iowa, 43 people died from drowning in 2012 as re- ported by the Iowa De- partment of Public Health. "As we all gear up for trips to the pool, rivers and national campaign to re- duce drowning and urged people across the country to make sure they and their families can swim safely. This year marks 100 ljoy a West Des Moines address adults here in Iowa make water safety a priority this summer," .said Leslie Schaffer, regional chapter executive for the Iowa re- " -gion. "Families need to make sure that both adults lakes, we're asking that and children have the knowledge and skills they need to be safe in and arotind the water." The new Red Cross drowning prevention campaign comes at a time when a new national sur- vey shows that people be- lieve they are better swim= mers than they actually are. The survey, conduct- ed for the Red Cross, found that while 80 per- cent of Americans said they could swim, only 56 • percent of the self-de- scribed swimmers can per- form all five of the basic and attend Norwalk Schools at Fox Valley. skills that couldsave their life in the water. : ........................ These critical water ,," Qme00 , ct eive ! to Jordan Creek, downtown, and the airport! -- Call for more info: -7,, Allyn Brown John,Akers SuzyMarker 453-6403 453-5103 453-6009 Directions: Hwy 5 Bypass To SW Connector, South To Maffitt Lake Rd, West To S 20th Or Orilla Rd, South Through Orilla Development On The West Side Of The Road. safety skills, also knowr as "water competency," are the ability to: Step Or jump into the water over your head; Return'to the surface and float or tread water for one minute; Turn around in a full circle and find an exit; Swim 25 yards to the exit; and Exit from the wa- ter. If in a pool, be able to exit without using the lad- der. Every da an average of 10 people die in the U.S. from unintentional • drowning - with 20 per- cent of them children 14 or younger according to sta- tistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Pre- vention. Nationally, drowning is the secofid leading cause of uninten- tional injury death for chil- dren and sixth for people Concluded p. 10 +,