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News :: Vinton Police Department September report
· 4:07pm October 1st, 2013
All charges are subject to review by the Benton County Attorney's Office. An arrest or criminal charge is merely an accusation and the Defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. Intrastate Warrants are issued by law Enforcement Agencies for crimes happening in their jurisdictions.
September 8: Tyler J. Hackbarth, 24, Colesburg; Charged with Public Intoxication (Simple Misdemeanor).
September 19: Mark E. Hawkins, 50, Brooklyn, Intrastate Warrant
September 26: Justin J. Miller, 25, Vinton, Charged with Driving Under Revocation (Simple Misdemeanor) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Simple Misdemeanor).
September 27 James G. Lowe, 32, Vinton, Warrant Arrest
September 27: Alvin H. Kite, 52, Vinton, Warrant Arrest
September 28: Lucas J. Mather, 21, Shellsburg, Charged with Public Intoxication (Simple Misdemeanor).
September 28: Jennifer E. Mathews, 28, Center Point, Charged with Public Intoxication (Simple Misdemeanor) and Interference With Official Acts (Simple Misdemeanor).
September 4: A 17-year-old male was referred to Juvenile Probation for Assault (Simple Misdemeanor).
September 10: A 13 year-old-male was referred to Juvenile Probation for Harassment - 1st Degree (Aggravated Misdemeanor).
September 11: A 15 year-old-male was referred to Juvenile Probation for Criminal Mischief - 5th Degree and Theft - 5th Degree (Simple Misdemeanors).
Nine citations were issued in September. Four resulted from three state-reportable traffic accidents, three for minor using tobacco - 2nd offense, and the remainder for other traffic offenses.
Seven written warnings were issued in September.
Three parking/street storage violations were issued in September.
For the month of September, 134 complaints/calls for service were handled by the Vinton Police Department.
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