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Norwalk, Iowa
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November 12, 2020     N. Warren Town and County News
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Page Eight N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 12, 2020 Norwalk Police Report . This information was obtained directly from the Norwalk Police Department and printed as received. Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. October 22, 2020 Vehicle Crash — Sunset at Main Street. Vehicle driven by Keri Olson, Norwalk, was struck by a vehicle driven by Christina Rodriguez, Ankeny. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. October 23, 2020 Barred Driver — 7600 block Highway 28. Khamphet Luong, Des Moines, was arrested and charged with Driving While Barred. Subject also had an active Des Moines warrant, and was issued a written warning for Failure to Yield at Stop Sign. After being processed, he was transported to the Polk County jail facility. October 24, 2020 Impaired Driver — North Ave & Main Street. Jensen Watts, Des Moines, was arrested and charged with Operating While Intoxicated. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County jail. October 28, 2020 Vehicle Crash — 8200 block Hwy 28. Vehicle driven by Adam Nelson, Polk City, collided with a deer. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. Vehicle Crash — Sunset & Echo Valley Drive. Vehicle driven by Lauren Soll, Panora, collided with a deer. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. October 29, 2020 Vehicle Crash — Hwy 5 at Hwy 28. Vehicle driven by Joseph Hancock, Norwalk, struck a vehicle driven by Flint Hillman, Ankeny. Information was taken and a report forwarded to the Iowa Department of Transportation. November 1, 2020 Warrant Arrest — 2100 block Parkhill Drive. Michel Todden, Des Moines, was arrested on an active Polk County warrant. Subject was processed and turned over to Polk County authorities. November 3, 2020 Impaired Driver 1700 block Sunset Drive. Jennifer Goodside, Norwalk, was arrested and charged with Operating While Intoxicated. Subject was processed and transported to the Warren County jail. Eluding/Impaired Driver/Interference 2700 block Cumming Ave. Jamie Vanzuuk, Waukee, was arrested folloWing a chase through Norwalk, ending in a vehicle crash at Hwy G14 and Hwy R63. Subject was charged with Eluding, Operating While under the Influence, Interference with Official Acts, Reckless Driving, Unsafe Passing and four counts of Fail to Obey Stop Sign. Vanzuuk was turned over to Waukee Police on additional charges, and was transported to the Dallas County jail. Deadline for all legals, news stories, and advertising is noon on Fridays. ~ HEATING, COOG &PL UMBING In-Floor ; Geothermal Heating Insured Certified ‘ (515) 989-0106 SALES SERVICE REPLACEMENT ‘ BATHROOM REMODEL Photo Printing is a full commercial printer located. in Carlisle, Iowa. if you have a flyer,?|etterhead, envelope, brochure, magazine, newsletter, book, etc., that you would like to have printed, give Us a call for a v Free Estimate. Photo Printing, Inc. 210 S. lst Street Carlisle, Iowa 50047 515-989-3251 N orwalk Parks and Recreation ' Department Information provided by Robin Leaper and Sarah Coburn Visit us at www.norwalkparks.org ' The Norwalk Parks and Recreation office is open to the public. Temporary hours will be Monday-Thursday, Noon 4:30 pm. There will be a mixture of split shifts and limited onsite staff. The public is encouraged to visit the office for critical items and continue to use online options (www.norwalkparks.org) or phone calls (981-9206) for all other items. All park playground equipment, shelters, McAninch Sports Complex and the skate park are open. Attendees must follow our Park Facility Reopening Policy on our website at www.norwalkparks.org. Park open spaces and trails continue to be open including Elizabeth Holland Park. CDC guidelines must be followed when using these public spaces. McAninch Sports Complex is open at 50% capacity. All users must adhere to Norwalk Parks and Recreation Return to Play policy, Governor Reynolds’ most recent proclamation and CDC guidelines. The Return to Play policy is posted at the sports complex and on our website at www.norwalkparks.org. At Home Recreation: At Home Recreation is our webpage that helps with creative activities to do in a safe, socially-distant way, including Science At Home, Exercise At Home, Create At Home, Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity and more! Visit the page today at www.norwalkparks.org and select the At Home Recreation tabion the left. Sign up fof ‘Parks and Recreation’s Alert System: Receive cancellations, closures, weekly updates, seasonal activity guide, and more via email and text message. To register, go to www.norwalkparks.org. Current Registrations: -Adult Pick-Up Basketball Games -Craft Club —YEL Junior Robotics ‘ —YEL Chess Upcoming Registrations: -Little Hoopers -Dream Team Basketball For more information on these current registrations and upcoming registrations, visit www.norwalkparks.org. OPALS (Older People with Active LifeiStxlesl events: ' ‘ -Senior Exercise Class Senior Exercise Class is being held'fiMondays and Thursdays at 10:00 I am, at Luan'a} Savings Bank, 9321 Market Place Dr, Norwalk. Everyone 55 and older is invited to attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and toning. Registration is not required. This is a- continuous program; masks are required. Nonlvallg Food Pantry-hours are 4:30 pm. to 6:30 pm. each . wednesday. The pantry is located . at New Life Lutheran Church. Know of Someone V , Doing Good. Things in , ' Our Community? Tell Us About It! N/Warren Town and County News wants to share positive news with our community. We are asking our readers for your help in sharing all the good things that are coming out of our community — neighbors helping neighbors, businesses helping others, strangers doing good things for others. Drop us a note at news@norwalknewspaper.com or call us at 515-981-0406 and tell us about the positive things you’ve seen happen. Take a picture if you can and send that too! Caregivers and Financial Fraud Prevention by Sonya Sellmeyer, Iowa Insurance Division consumer advocacy officer Con artists target consumers age 60 and older, swindling more than 7 million Americans out of almost $3 billion each year. Those older consumers may have caregivers — a spouse, family member, friend, paid professional or volunteer, official guardian, or conservator. All types of caregivers are critical to the well being of our seniors and can play a proactive role in protecting seniors from fraud by being educated and knowing the warning signs. But be aware that family, friends, and neighbors are the perpetrators of financial fraud 34% of the time, and strangers such as telemarketers or investment promoters may also be the perpetrator. Why should caregivers be informed about fraud against their loved ones or clients? . Seniors are the target of financial scams since they may have a lifetime worth of savings or a pension. Seniors may have cognitive decline or have anxiety about their finances. ‘Older individuals may be willing to listen to a telemarketer or take calls from unknown parties. 'Con artists know that an isolated consumer is a perfect target. What are the red flags of financial fraud? 'Y our loved one or client talks about new friends or strangers. -There is a noticeable decline in hygiene, appearance, or grooming. 'There are changes in financial and legal documents, unexplained use or loss of money or possessions, large withdrawals from bank accounts, or the purchase of unexplained gift cards. 'There are unpaid bills when resources are adequate. What are some common consumer scams? Construction and home repair fraud 'Fake IRS calls Romance and grandparent scams Computer tech scams Contact the Iowa Attorney General’s Office at 888-. 777-4590 to report these types of scams or to obtain additional information. What are some common types of investment scams? ~ Oil and gas or gold and precious metal scams 'Ponzi schemes Promissory notes Investments that follow the headlines (i.e. COVID- 19 or Derecho) Contact the Iowa Insurance Division at 87 7-955- 1212 to report these types of investment scams or to obtain additional information. ‘ Before your loved one or client makes any investment, make sure the investment professional is properly licensed and the product they are soliciting is legitimate by contacting the Iowa Insurance Division at 877-955-1212 or https:// iid.iowa.govldoubleicheck-before-you-invest. Medicare Fraud is also prevalent and may lead to identity. theft and} increase the cost of insurance. Medicare fraud may be reported to the Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) at 800-351-4664. Suspected financial fraud may also be reported to local law enforcement, but if you believe your senior is in immediate danger, call 911. Additional information on all thesescams may be found at the Iowa Fraud Fighter website at httpszll WWW.iowafraudfighters.gov/. All Iowa caregivers can be Fraud Fighters by being I educated and proactive against those who are attempting to take the savings of our seniors. Extra copies of the Norwalk paper V can be purchased at Casey's, Kum Go, Git-N-Go, and Fareway. ADVERTISE WITH US An ad in our newspaper is a great way to promote your business or upcoming event! There is no time commitment to: advertise with us and our newspaper reaches around 1600 people each week. An ad this size only costs $25.50 a week!!! Smaller and larger ad sizes are available as well as the opportunity to place inserts in our newspaper. Stop in, call us, or email us today. 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