Monday, June 21, 2021
Denison Police Reporting Pair of Arrests, Motor Vehicle Accidents
The Denison Police Department is reporting a pair of arrests and motor vehicle accidents since this past Thursday.
The most recent arrest happened after officers responded to a call on Sunday at just after 9:30 p.m. near North Main Street. Authorities took 24-year-old female Aker Machar into custody on multiple charges including an aggravated misdemeanor of assault with the intent to inflict a serious injury upon another.
Another arrest took place on Thursday at around 6:45 p.m. near 3rd Avenue South. Police arrested Juan Loarca of Denison and charged the 50-year-old male with simple misdemeanor assault.
All charges are allegations and the people named in a case are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
The most recent traffic incident occurred on Saturday at just before 7 a.m. on Broadway. The related document indicates that 69-year-old Jose Vargas of Denison was backing out of his driveway in a 2000 GMC Sierra. His pickup reportedly struck the passenger side of a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu driven by 89-year-old Donna Walker of Denison. Vargas was later found at McDonalds after fleeing the scene of the accident and received a citation for doing so. No injuries were reported. The repair costs for each vehicle are listed at $2,500 for the Malibu and $1,000 for the Sierra.
Here is the official report regarding the John Deere combine that was hanging off a trailer at around 2:15 p.m. on Thursday. The 2020 Kenworth driven by 50-year-old Michael Murray of Gillette, Wyoming was entering Highway 59 southbound from 39 over next to McDonalds. The load shifted to the right and came loose from the flatbed trailer which caused deep gouges in the highway surface. Gasoline and transmission fluid spilled onto the roadway from the John Deere S670 combine. Murray told police that there were dips in the road surface which is what caused the load to shift. He was later cited for the loads spilling onto the road. The combine was tipped back on the trailer with the help of tractors from Van Wall Equipment of Denison after suffering an estimated $1,500 in damage during the initial incident.
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