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Thursday, November 26, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page ‘El’éVen 0c_tobm1_§ 12000 Carpenter, sex abuse investigation, 15- year-old female victim from Des Moines. Qchmbsrlfl Bevington Kurn and Go, reported a suspect passed a counterfeited $50 bill. M John White, Cumming, reported Deborah White, 64, Cumming, missing. She was located by Mason City Police Department, same date. m Melva Vinson, 76, Mar- tensdale, reported being bitten by a dog. new 10000 block of County Line Road, Agapito Johnathan Aguilar, 22, Pleasantville, was arrested for OWI lst offense, and open container. 100 block of Gepke Parkway, Violation of a no contact order investiga- tion; investigation un- founded. 100 block of Gepke Parkway, Elizabeth Col- train, 52, Des Moines, was arrested for disorderly conduct. October 27 10000 block of G24 Hwy, drug paraphernalia was seized near a traffic stop. Tom Pike, Grimes, re- ported that an asphalt heater was found at Beard- sley/80th, which he report- ed stolen to Des Moines PD. November 1 Deputies responded to SHERIFF’ S REPORT Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. . a single vehicle fatality ac— cident in the 3000 block of Hwy 65/69. Deceased vic- tim, Harley Farnum, 25, Carlisle. November 2 200 block of Gepke Parkway, David Heiser, Greenfield Plaza, reported a garage burglarized; nothing stolen. Martensdale St. Marys School District, reports criminal mischief to a school vehicle; $500 loss. 2000 block of 80th Ave— nue, Paul Walker, Nor- walk, reported identity theft. November 3 100 block of Gepke Parkway, Sandra Dueling, Greenfield Plaza, reports harassment. Ngvgmbgr 4 8000 block of Ridgev- iew Drive, Gordon Lamp, Des Moines, reported identity theft. November 5 ‘ 10000 block of County Line Road, Brent Nevins, 30, Des Moines, was arrest- ed for driving while 1i- cense barred. ACCIDENTS November 13 — 10:20 p.m., US 65: Dennis Van- wyk, 49, Byron Center, MI, vehicle/deer. November 14 — 12:48 a.m., Fleur Drive and Blue Street: Jamie Smith, 22, Des Moines, was traveling southbound on Fleur Drive approaching Blue Street. Vehicle failed to turn on the curve and went off the roadway to the right, hit the west ditch and then went airborne over the drive way of 8504 Blue Street. Smith did strike a power pole caus— ing no damage and com— ing to rest on the guide wires on the south s.de of the pole. She was given a PET that indicated a read- ing of greater than .08. She was transported to Mercy Hospital for treatment. Midamerican was contact- ed and also the home own- er due to the damage to his yard. November 16 — 7:52 a.m., G24 and 90th Ave- nue: Jordan Butler, 18, In- dianola, vehicle/deer. November 16 — 5:32 p.m., Hwy G24 and US 65: Kayla White, 24, Indiano- la, was traveling south on Hwy 65/69 in the leftlane. Bryant Egenberger, 46, Des Moines, was traveling east on Hwy G24 turning lOI‘th on Hwy 65/69. Egerverg- er crossed the southbiund lanes of Hwy 65/69n to the center median area while waiting to enter the northbound lane of fl-Iwy 65/69. White strucl the outboard motor of thrboat on the trailer being towed by Egenberger. The out— board broke free of the boat and came to rest sev— eral feet south of the loca- tion of the collision. The collision caused function- al and cosmetic damage to the left front and side of White. The driver and two juvenile passengers in White’s vehicle were unin- jured. Egenberger did not sustain any damage to the vehicle, the boat and out— board sustained $8000- OFFICIAL PUBLICATION $9,000 damage. Egenberg- er was uninjured. White stated that the trailer towed by Egenberger was protruding into the south- bound lane. The driver also stated that the lights on the trailer were not working. All lights on the trailer appeared to be working. Egenberger stat- ed that several vehicles had passed with no issues prior to the collision. White did state that the vehicle ahead of her had swerved away from the trailer, but she was unable to due to traffic. It was not able to be determined if Egenberger was out of the travel portion of Hwy 65/ 69 or if White entered the turn lane/median causing the collision. Both White and Egenberger was driv- en from the scene under their own power. EOR. November 17 6:41 p.m., South from US 65 and Polk Street: Angela Sharpelyuk, 23, Russell, vehicle/deer. Hnmaldm (NAPS—According to Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equip— ment Institute, buffalo and Bermuda grass and other types require very little water, making them a smart choice for drought conditions. Learn more at www.0pei.org/ stewardship. Iowa Department of Management ll : u . i ; . ; : ' : °°""‘V “‘31. FormF638-R(PublishedSummary) ;..:. . r: :a :. ..-.. ... ....:.. ...... .. ....: ... FY2014I2015ANNUALHNANCIALREPORT .. 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WIN IA Telephone Notes to the financial statement, if any: By Senior Trooper Doug Cutts 170 The Iowa State Patrol would like to remind drivers that our vehicles respond differently in cold weather as do we. There are several ways to keep ourselves safe in the winter time. 1. Make sure your vehicle is tuned up and ready for winter. 2. Always have at least a half a tank of gas. You may need the fuel of you get stuck in the snow. 3. Ask yourself "do I really need to go .out in this weather"? If the trip can wait, then wait. 4. Make sure you have supplies in the vehicle— canned easy to open food, bottled water, first aid kit, and flash- light. (survival kit) 5. Have extra blankets, gloves, hats or clothes in the car 6. If you must travel call ahead check out the road condition. Let someone know your route. 7. Dial 511 or visit www.511ia.org before you travel. 8. Slow down, don’t be in a hurry. Just because the speed limit is posted doesn’t mean you need to go that fast. 9. Drive defensively; watch out for the other driver. 10. Above all always wear your seatbelt. (NAPS)—Ofi;en defined as a time of quiet hibernation, winter is, in fact, one of the busiest times of the year. Consider the numerous cel- ebratory occasions that begin with the harvest and con- tinue on through the holi- days and beyond, not to men- tion all the fun and frosty get-togethers prompted by skiing, skating and sledding. Keep popcorn on hand and you’re only minutes away from a satisfying and health- ful treat. When friends drop in or as you make your way through neighborhood par- ties, pop up some wintertime fun by making these simple and delicious popcorn treats. The following recipes vary a basic method: melt choco- late, drizzle over and mix in flavorings or sprinkles. You can easily adapt these for any number of occasions—— substitute holiday sprinkles with colors of your favorite Super Bowl team, red for Valentine’s Day, green for St. Patrick’s Day and so on. You’ll love having this quick “go-to” in your recipe file. Easy, Elegant Holiday Popcorn Yield: 8 cups Ingredients: 8 cups popped popcorn 2 ounces white chocolate, melted 2 ounces dark chocolate, melted Red and green holiday sprinkles Directions: 1. Place popcorn on a large baking sheet. Set aside. V 2. Drizzle popcorn with melted white chocolate and melted dark chocolate. 3. Scatter sprinkles over top. Let stand until choco- late is set. 4. Break into clusters if needed. Store in aniair- tight container for up to ‘ 2 weeks. White Chocolate Peppermint Popcorn Bark Yield: 1 pound Ingredients: 5 cups popped popcorn 12 ounces white chocolate, melted 1 cup crushed hard candy peppermints pap'up“vinnten.m.i=un V container Red and green sprinkles, chocolate and popcorn make a happy winter treat. Directions: 1. Cover a baking pan with foil or wax paper; set aside. 2. Place popcorn in a large bowl; set aside. 3. Melt chocolate in a double boiler OR accord- ing to package directions. 4. Stir in cruhed pep- permints after chocolate is melted. 5. Pour chocolate mix- ture over popcorn mix- ture and stir to coat. 6. Spread onto pre- pared pan; allow 'to cool completely. 7. When chocolate is set, break into chunks for serving. 8. Store in an airtight at room temperature. Variation: Cranberries & Almond Bark Omit candy pepper- mints. Mix ‘/2 cup dried sweetened cranberries and 54 cup sliced almonds with the popcorn. Pour . chocolate over the mix- ture after it is melted. With these, you can create gourmet gifts for friends and neighbors, and munchable snacks for the whole family. You’ll find more creative win- tertime recipes at www.popcorn.org. White ch colate and pep- permint plus popcorn can bring warmth to the coldest night.