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Thursday, December 10, 2015 SHERIFF’S REPORT N/Warren Town and County News Disclaimer: All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. November 8 8000 block of Ridgev- iew Drive, Sarah Craig re- ported the theft of two flat screen televisions owned by Michael Craig; loss of $2,500. Gregory Foust, 32, N or- walk, reported assault. The report was sent to the county attorney for review and opinion as to charges. November 2 8400 block of Ridgev- iew Drive, 21-year-old fe- male from Greenfield Pla- za reported domestic as- sault and child endanger- ment; investigation contin- ues. November 13 8000 block of Ridgev- iew Drive, a domestic as- sault investigation; war- rant requested. November 16 Susan Pattee, Cum— ming, reported theft of checks that were forged in Norwalk and Des Moines. Referred to Norwalk PD. . ., November 17 i ' 53000 block “of Gear Street, Matthew Weaver reported his dog had been ':_ shot. 8000 block of Suncrest, Julia Ramirez, Des Moines, reported a bur- glary to her residence. Tools, electronic items and money stolen; $755 loss. November 19 Danielle Williams, 30, Prole, was charged with driving while barred and domestic abuse causing injury to a 42-year-old male victim from Osceo- 1a. N v m r21 400 block of Burlington Avenue, Brandi Dudney, 25, Martensdale, was ar- rested for domestic abuse, assault, victim, 25-year- old male from Martens- dale who also reported a stolen firearm; loss of $449. Jacob Fairman, 19, Greenfield Plaza, was ar- rested for possession with intent to deliver marijua- na, drug tax stamp viola- tion, unlawful possession of prescription drug, and , interference with official acts.‘ November 23 13000 block of Elk Horn, a vehicle was locat- ed at Summerset Park with stolen plates at- tached. Plates were turned over to treasurer for de- struction. 400 block of Palomino Parkway, Bruce Cameron, Des Moines, reported bur- glary; $2,050 worth of cam- era, musical and electronic equipment stolen. M An employee at Beving- ton Kum & Go reported theft of gas; loss of $41.22. mugs; , 400 block of Gepke Park- way, death investigation of an 83-year-old male victim from Des Moines. Probable natural causes. ACELNTS November 25 — 5:22 p.m., 601 feet east from R57/Hwy R57: Carla Kue- hl-Purdum, 52, Indianola, vehicle/deer. November 27 — 4:53 p.m., Summerset Road: Stuart Meyer, 55, Indiano- la, vehicle/deer. ‘Call 911 for emergencies! NOW is the time to have your "t’i‘rié‘fi’fi fi’é’c TED'S ked for winter driving?“ USED CARS & AUTO REPAIR unset Servin the‘vNorwaIk Area since FCC Christmas Eve Program Everyone is invited to celebrate the birth of our Sav— ior Jesus Christ at special Christmas Eve Candlelight services at Fellowship Community Church, 225 North Ave. FCC invites the public to any of the three identical services: Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 7 p.m., or Thursday, Dec. 24, at 3 pm. and 5 pm. Children are invited to have their picture taken with Frosty before each service. This year, FCC is expanding the Candlelight Christmas Eve services to feature Norwalk’s first-ever “Living Christmas Tree.” The 21- foot tall tree structure will hold the Christmas Choir, leading the services in carols and songs of the season. The services will also include a "Celebration of Lights” with personal candles. Quality childcare for age 5 and under is available. For more information, visit their website at fccnorwalk.org or call the office at 981-0699. CHRISTMAS TREE AND YARD WASTE PICK UP Norwalk residents can place live Christmas trees and any leftover yard waste at the curb on your regular trash collection day, Tuesday/Wednesday, December 29/30 and January 5/6. Call City Hall at 981—0228 ext. 2221 if you have any questions. The smallest bird egg is believed to be that of the vervain hummingbird, of Jamalca. It measures Just 0.39 inches and weighs 0.0132 ounces. fl.§a§3°‘é§$éé gfifiitfiéfi &- fiifimitfifiwifi} ln-Floor ~ Geothermal Heating “Insured Certified” 989-0106 SALES SERVICE ~ REPLACEMENT BATHROOM REMODEL Blood Drive Norwalk Community Blood Drive will be held Thursday, Dec. 17, 3-7 pm. at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church, 720 Or- chard Hills Dr. Schedule your appoint- ment online at www.1ife servebloodcenter.org or contact Sharon Burns at 515—981—4184. This blood drive is sponsored by Norwalk Li- ons Club. Bring a valid form of identification, such as your donor ID card or driver’s license. Youth Basketball Rookie Program An instructional basket— ball program for Pre-K and Kindergarteners is be- ing offered at the South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, Des Moines. Kids, along with parents, meet Saturday mornings beginning Janu- ary 30. We believe that youth sports are a great way to get your child {started in a healthy J lifestyle. This program will teach the basics of bas- ketball in a fun and'ener- getic style that emphasizes character value through skill development games, drills and scrimmages. Players in this program are not placed on teams. Lower hoops are used and there are no weekday prac- tices. The fee is $80 or $40 for YMCA members. Pre- registration is required. You may do this online, .Www.southsuburban 'z, ymca.org; or for more in- Eformation, contact Tyler Weig at the South Subur- ban YMCA, 401 E. Army ‘. Post Road, 285-0444 or tyler.weig@ dmymca.org. AYHAW unmisni Innx I\ti FOX VALLEY Baby, Preschool and Youth Swimming Lessons The South Suburban YMCA, 401 E. Army Post Road, offers swimming lessons for babies six months-three years; pre— school children three to ' five years old; and youth six to 12 years old. New ‘ sessions begin the week of January 5. You may Sign up now by coming in, call- ing, or going to their website, www.dmymca. org. Contact Brandi Hart, 285-0444, or brandi .hart@dmymca.org. NOW RESERVING LOTS IN PLAT 2! ()nh 10 minutes unlordan Crock Mall and 13 mmulr s to (RM 111mm. 8) 0m Road ljnjo} a\Vcs1 Des Moincs address and attend Nomalk Schools-.11 Fox Valley! LIBRARY HOURS Monday — Thursday 10 am. — 8 pm. Friday, 11 a.m. 6 pm. Saturday, 10 am. — 5 pm. Sunday, 1 — 4 pm. Closed Sundays (Memorial Day-Labor Day) lewa's Largest