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KO v—l u) Uq P'fiH p-uh-I Thursday, July 18, 2019 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. July 4th Greenfield Township accident-property damage. Nathan Kennedy, 35. Des Moines, was arrested for reckless driving, open container, failure to maintain control, and leaving the scene ofan accident. scum July 7th 15:00, Cleveland St: Anna Rose Olson, Carlisle, was west bound on Cleveland St. Steven Alan Ryan, Des Moines, is a taxi and was east bound on Cleveland St. Ryan was going to 17495 Cleveland St to pick up a passenger. Ryan attempted to turn left into the driveway, failing to yield to Olson. Ryan and Olson collided, sending Olson into the north ditch. July 11th 1: 19, 9000 Elk state 28/Iowa 28: Benjamin Thomas Anctil, Norwalk, was traveling n/b. Deer ran out of ditch from west to east. Anctil struck deer center mass. When Anctil struck the deer he fell off the bike and slid on the pavement. Anctil did not go to the hospital at this time. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. 20:26, StateS/Iowa 5 and 183rd Ave: Deputies were called to the scene of a single vehicle accident at the intersection of 183rd Ave and Hwy 5 (westbound). The called stated the vehicle was in the northwest ditch related to the intersection and had taken out the stop sign/one-way sign coming off 183rd Ave. The caller advised no persons were around the yehicle. Arriving on scene, the vehicle was viewed down in the ditch with front end damage related to striking the stop sign. The vehicles direction of travel was indicated by tire marks veering off of Hwy 5 toward the intersection leading through where the stop sign was posted. The caller did not. witness the accident, but stated the accident had to have happened very recently as he had traveled through the intersection within the past 10 to 15 minutes. Contact was made with the registered owner of the vehicle, Jacob Ransom, Carlisle. Ransom advised he was responsible for . the vehicle and would take any citation issued thbugh he initially denied operating the vehicle at the time of the accident. Ransom refused to provide any additional information related to the operation of the vehicle. Citations were issued to Ransom for failure to maintain control and expired registration. The vehicle was impounded by Tomin Towing. EOR. a Hoyt Sherman Place Resurrects Jazz in July Free Summer Concert Series For 40 years, the Jazz in July program served the Greater Des Moines community 'with varioiis free jazz concerts until it ended abruptly following its 2017 season. Now, Hoyt Sherman Place with the help of its co-sponsors Principal Foundation and Faegre Baker Daniels plans to revive the series with , three live performances both on its lawn and inside its historic theater for at least the next two years, initially. V“The, Jazz in July series is a great fit for our miSsion ...to serve. all residents of Central Iowa... and our more recent goal of re-engagingithe front " lawn. The artists signed up for the first year promise a to bring the program back bigger and better than ever and during year two we will be able to show off and utilize the new East Lobby Restroom Annex,” says Hoyt Sherman Place Executive Director, Robert Warren. Upcoming events: Friday, July 19 . 6:00 7:00pm: Steve Grismore Quartet outside on The John & Penny Krantz Stage 7:30 — 9:00pm: Vocalist Debbie Duncan inside . on The Theater Stage Thursday, July- 25 6:00 7 :00pm: Chris Oatts Quartet outside on The John & Penny Krantz Stage 7:30 — 9:00pm: Damani Phillips presents Jazz and Strings inside on The Theater Stage Patrons are encouraged to bring a blanket and lawn chairs and will be able to purchase local food vendor fare and beveragesiiplrovided by the venue on site, rain or shine. For additional information about Jazz in July and the benefits of becoming a Hoyt Sherman Place Member, including presale opportunities, please visit www.hoytsherman.org N/Warren Town and County News Norwalk Hometown Pride and the Norwalk Police Department held another Front Porch Night on July‘ 9thi The informal evening gatherings are designed to; Page Five Warren County Sheriff’s Report 1 Front Porch N orwalk Has Another Successful Night promote neighbors getting to know neighbors throughout Norwalk and have drawn attention throughout the Des Moines metro, A Front Porch Norwalk host only needs to pick a time and get the word out to neighbors to bring a lav‘fin‘chair and whatever they want to drink. ‘ . And then the chatting begins as well as friendly visits by Norwalk city leaders and staff and members of the Noriwalk Police Department who view the Front Porch gatherings as a way to promote public safety. Front Porch hosts register their homes on Front Porch N orwalk on Facebook to enable city and police visits. Most Front Porch gatherings welcome kids and take place on driveways, porches or lawns. Hosts often use a flamingo or flag to designate their home for the evening. The first Front Porch Norwalk events were held during Summer 2018 when Hometown Pride members talked about research that has shown people don’t know neighbors today because many homes are designed without front porches. Front Porch Norwalk is again planned Tuesday, August 6th, which is National Night Out, a nationwide‘event promoting communication and interactions. with police and public --safety department‘s. ‘- ‘TCC To Donate Backpacks an July 21st V'ROund Room LLC, the nation’s largest Verizon: Authorized Wireless Retailer, announces that its TCC and Wireless Zone stores are donating 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies to ensure children. across the US. are well prepared for the start of the: school year. More than 850 participating TCC and Wireless Zone stores across the US. ’are inviting local families and theii‘ children to Visit select locations on Sunday, July? NORWALK WELCOMES V RASSBRAi XLVH ENTERTAINMENT, were. a; mamas a. FUN an can " "are artiste 21,. between: 1-4 pm. to pick up a backpack filled‘with various school supplies, including pencils; paper, a pencil box, folders and glue. One backpack per child I present be given away; on a first-come, first— serged basis while supplies last. Norwalk’s Verizon location will be participating in this promotion. For a list of participatingfl‘CC stores or to find astere near you,‘ visit www.tccri)cks.com/ locations. 8 ' ' " RAGBR-Al ACTIVETiES .. . .. - THESI’A‘I. JUiY 13 9:00 AM: - Milk 0?“ 9:30 AM a: WE MUSIC MIN STAGE .- can maternal: men‘sth 9W some writes-sums . n im PM ~« WWAIEA CELESRKFE ‘ NORWfALK AFTERPARTY #3“ w 93” m ‘ . fikig To THK WEI“: i . slammed» EWEth’G name i a men recs, caters mo rims ms