Sheriff’s report

Following are excerpts of activities reported by the Greene County sheriff’s office:

Monday, Oct. 15: At 6:22 am a deputy investigated an abandoned vehicle on 280th St near P Ave in Franklin Township. At 9:09 am a deputy investigated a theft in the 100 block of Eaton Ave in Highland Township. At 11:08 am a deputy investigated a theft at the Grand Junction Laundromat. At 1:28 pm a deputy investigated an abandoned vehicle on 300th St and Terrace Ave in Washington Township. At 5:13 pm a deputy investigated a car in the ditch on L Ave and 245th St in Jackson Township.


At 5:53 pm a deputy was informed of a hay bale fire in the 200 block of K Ave in Highland Township. Churdan Fire responded and put the bails out. At 9:58 pm a deputy assisted the Jefferson PD in the 700 block of N. Wilson. They were trying to locate Dustin Hill, 25, who escaped from a residential facility.

Sunday, Oct. 14: Routine activity reported.

Saturday, Oct.13: Routine activity reported.

Friday, Oct.12: At 4:28 pm a deputy investigated an assault in the 800 block of Irving St in Scranton. At 9:29 pm a deputy investigated a stolen Chevy truck in the 500 block of 2nd St in Rippey. At 9:54 pm a deputy investigated a car-deer accident in the 1800 block of County Road E-53 west of Grand Junction. Michael Wilson, 62, Rippey struck a deer with his 2013 Ford Taurus. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $2,500.

Thursday, Oct. 11: At 8:08 am a deputy investigated a domestic assault that occurred in Scranton. At 10:05 am a deputy assisted the Jefferson PD with an arrest in the 700 block of N. Cedar St in Jefferson.

Wednesday, Oct 10: At 3:15 am a deputy assisted the Dallas County sheriff’s office with a domestic assault near Rippey. At 11:50 am a deputy investigated a burglary in the 200 block of Main St in Paton. At 12:14 pm a deputy investigated an animal abandonment complaint in the 100 block of Harding Rd in Churdan. At 10:46 pm a deputy assisted the Ames police department with a theft near Grand Junction.

Tuesday, Oct. 9: At 4:14 am a deputy assisted the Perry police department with a male subject on 335th St and D Ave in Boone County. At 7:38 am a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 1500 block of 120th St in Paton Township. At 7:48 am a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 200 block of S. 7th St in Grand Junction. At 2:43 pm a deputy investigated found property on the roadway near 19th St and Main St in Grand Junction. At 3:44 pm a deputy assisted the Rippey fire department with a small electrical fire at the Heartland Coop in Rippey. At 4:30 pm a deputy investigated a domestic assault in the 800 block of Lincoln St in Scranton. At 7:56 pm a deputy assisted with roadway flooding on 140th St just west of Churdan.

Monday, Oct. 8: At 8:23 am a deputy was called for a stray cat stuck in a mouse trap in the 300 block of Howard St in Rippey. At 2:12 pm a deputy arrested Jason Smits, 36, of Grand Junction for a Audubon County arrest warrant for failure to appear. At 4:08 pm a deputy investigated an assault in the 700 block of Eagle St in Scranton. At 4:17 pm a deputy investigated a trespass complaint in the 1000 block of E. Main St in Grand Junction. At 5:52 pm a deputy took a call of too many stray cats in Grand Junction. At 7:01 pm a deputy investigated an assault in the 800 block of Percival St in Grand Junction.

Sunday, Oct. 7:  At 2 pm the sheriff and deputies conducted a search warrant at 807 Hager St East in Grand Junction. A stolen vehicle and stolen license plates were recovered. At 3:26 pm a deputy investigated a trespass complaint in the 1000 block of E. Sandoe St in Grand Junction. At 3:40 pm a deputy checked for a wanted person in the 700 block of Eagle St in Scranton. At 6:01 pm a deputy investigated a report of a stolen vehicle in Grand Junction. At 6:05 pm a deputy investigated a complaint of a dead animal in a box being placed in a yard in the 300 block of N. 13th St in Grand Junction. At 11:32 pm a deputy investigated a domestic assault in the 2200 block of M Ave in Greenbrier Township. At 11:37 pm a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 1000 block of E. Sandoe St in Grand Junction.

Saturday, Oct. 6: At 9:01 am a deputy was called to horses out in the 2100 block of Q Ave in Franklin Township. At 6:36 pm a deputy tried to put cattle back in the fence in the 1700 block of 170th St in Hardin Township. At 8:57 pm a deputy investigated a criminal mischief complaint in the 300 block of Howard St in Rippey.

Friday, Oct. 5: At 6:40 pm a deputy investigated an abandoned vehicle on Elm St in Scranton. At 7:15 pm a deputy investigated a complaint of barking dogs in the 500 block of Main St in Paton. At 7:30 pm a deputy investigated a burglary in the 1000 block of Sandoe St in Grand Junction. At 8:09 pm a deputy removed a snake from a residence in the 400 block of Pearl St in Farlin.

Thursday, Oct. 4: At 6:41 am a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in Scranton. At 7:41 am a deputy assisted with a dog running at large in Scranton. At 8:08 am a deputy assisted with putting cattle back in the fence on 190th Street near County Road P-14 in Bristol Township. At 1:59 pm a deputy investigated a careless driving complaint on Highway 30 near Grand Junction. At 2:23 pm a deputy investigated a phone scam in Grand Junction.

Wednesday, Oct. 3: At 3:52 am a deputy investigated a 911 hang up in the 300 block of Wise St in Paton. At 10:18 am a deputy investigated an alarm in the 1000 block of E. Sandoe St in Grand Junction. At 6:16 pm a deputy investigated a burglary in the 2000 block of T Ave in Franklin Township. At 7:46 pm a deputy and the Jefferson and Paton fire departments responded to fire in the 1700 block of 170th St in Junction Township.

Tuesday, Oct. 2: At 8:29 am a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 300 block of S. 19th St in Grand Junction. At 1:09 pm a deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 400 block of 16th St N in Grand Junction. At 2:58 pm a deputy investigated a suspicious person in the 200 block of 175th St in Kendrick Township.

Monday, Oct. 1: Routine activity reported.

*In all cases when a defendant has been charged this is merely an accusation, and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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