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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 14, 2011 SHERIFF'S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Iune 27 Linda Weaver, rural Indianola, reported theft of three handguns; one was recovered at a rest- dence in Spring Hill. A 13- year-old rural Indianola male was referred to Juve- nile Court regarding the theft. A Musical Revue Jo Anne Mishler direct- ing. Alexis Frank, 14, singing "Schroeder" from Charlie Brown. Tim Daniels in Guys and Dolls. Braden Daniels as a son in Fidder on the Roof for the song "Tradition." Kyle Frank, 16, with actress, Lauren, dancing to "Got alot of Living to Do" from Bye, Bye, Birdie. Norwalk residents, Tim and Braden Daniels, as well as Kyle and Alexis Frank, will be performing in Urbandale Theatre's upcoming show, A Musical Revue, which is a compilation of the best music from the past year's musicals. Urbandale Theatre, under the direction of Jo Anna Mishler, will be celebrating :15 years of the- atre.  : There will be six shows with opening hight being Friday, July 15 at 7:30 p.m. All tickets are.general ad- mission at $12/each in advance and $14/eaeh at the door. Performances are at the Bridge (Meredith Drive Church nd Campus) 10025 NW 62 Ave., Johnston. This is Tim Daniels' first time doing community the- atre along with son, Braden. Tim did theatre in high school and college and when his son auditioned, he thought it would be fun to take a stab at his theatre skills again. You can catch Braden rocking out on his guitar at the Daily Grind every once in a while when they have open mic night. Four years ago, Kyle and Alexis worked with the Urbandale theatre for the musical, Oliver, where Kyle played Oliver and Alexis played an orphan. In this Musical Revue, you will see eleven-year-old Braden in two numbers. One is "Tradition" from Fid dler on the Roof and the other is "Pick a Pocket" from Oliver. Tim, Kyle and Alexis will be throughout the majority of the show playing different characters. Tim's favorite role is Rusty in Guys and Dolls. Kyle is excited to play Dodger in the Oliver numbers that include "Con- sider Yourself" as he is too old (and tall) to do a come- back as Oliver. Alexis' favorite role is Lucy in the Charlie Brown numbers, where she loves being a snob. I ]June 30 Mary Cummings, In- dianola, reported property at rural Carlisle broken into; $400 damage to a window and door; noth- ing taken. Rodney Cambron, rural Indianola, reported an ac- cident that occurred on his property on the 30th. Don Geisler had been fishing at a pond and had driven onto a dock which col- lapsed; no damage at this time for the dock or ve- hicle. Officers investigated an assault complaint at a ru- ral Norwalk residence that William Ripperger was re- ported as being assaulted. A Warrant has been issued for a 37-year-old Urban- dale man. A rural Indianola woman reported a 13- year-old runaway, who was later located, taken into custody and returned home. During a traffic stop on Hwy 5, Brian Ross, 39, Des Moines, was charged with first offense OWI. Officers investigated an assault complaint at rural Norwalk; Robert Graham was reported assaulted. A Warrant has been issued for a 59-year-old male in connection with the inCi- dent. Officers conducting a traffic Indianola, charged James Renner, 28, Indianola, with failure to obey a traffic device and second offense OWI. ACCIDENTS June 3 - 4 p.m., R63 Hwy south of Hwy 5: a vehicle driven by Everett Cleland, 69, Des Moines, was stopped to make a turn when he was struck from behind by a vehicle driven by Lincoln HenI 18, rural Norwalk; $3,000 damage to the Cleland ve- hicle and $5,000 damage to the Henry vehicle. Henry was cited for following too close. June 25 - 9:45 a.m., Buchanan Street west of 150th: a vehicle driven by Brady Jackson, 30, Carlisle, was westbound on Buchanan Street, swerved to avoid a dog and struck a mailbox; $2,500 damage to the vehicle owned by the City of Carlisle; $50 damage to the mailbox owned by Matthew Laughlin. LIBRARY HOURS Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday & Saturd W 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Closed Sundays fM00o00D00y-L0000or. JULY 4TH PARADE m 4