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Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Denison Police Reporting 5 Arrests, 3 Vehicle Incidents Since Thursday
The Denison Police Department is reporting several arrests and a trio of motor vehicle accidents from within the past week.
Police say they made four arrests on Sunday alone.
They most recently took Amber Dobbs of Vail into custody at around midnight near South 17th Street and charged the 32-year-old female with driving while barred.
They apprehended William Soll of Dow City at about 9:45 p.m. that same night near South 11th Street and charged the 41-year-old male with driving with a suspended license.
That same evening at close to 6:50 p.m. they arrested Emmanual Figueroa of Denison near the municipal plant and booked the 39-year-old male for operating while intoxicated and driving without a license.
Officers caught Johnathan Moran of Denison at approximately 2 a.m. Sunday morning near City View Drive and he is charged with his first offense of operating while intoxicated.
Police arrested Francisca Ramirez of Denison at almost midnight on Tuesday near South Main Street and listed a charge of driving with a suspended license for the 23-year-old female.
All charges are allegations and the persons named in a case are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
One of the motor vehicle accidents happened near South 7th Street at just after 6 p.m. on Sunday as well. The 58-year-old owner of a 2005 Harley-Davidson explained to police that he was fueling up his motorcycle when an unidentified vehicle backed out of a parking stall, made contact with the left side of the motorcycle, and knocked it over on top of owner. The hit-and-run vehicle left the scene and authorities have yet to locate it. The report describes a 4-door grey newer sedan carrying Crawford County plates. It says a Hispanic male was driving and a star symbol was hanging from the rear-view mirror. The damage estimate for the motorcycle is $1,000.
A single-car accident occurred at just after 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. The responding officer found a 2002 Honda Civic driven by 28-year-old Klo Moo of Denison in a ditch near Highway 30. Moo stated to authorities that he swerved to miss another vehicle and lost control. The vehicle went into the ditch and came to rest on the driver side. The document reports approximately 210 feet of black tire marks stretching from the start of the accident to the ditch. Moo was transported to Crawford County Memorial Hospital with a possible injury. He was later cited for failure to maintain control. The damage cost estimate for the car is $2,500.
The final report indicates that some property damage took place at on Thursday night. Sometime The owner of a property near Broadway told authorities her retaining wall was knocked over and she believes it was done by a vehicle that has been parked in her driveway in the past. Joel Guzman reportedly realized later that he made contact with the retaining wall in 2003 Chevrolet Silverado but the 18-year-old male was not aware of the damage done. He told police he will contact the owner regarding this matter. Repairs costs are expected to be $750 for the pickup truck and $500 for the retaining wall.
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