Monday, March 29, 2021

Denison Police Report Drug Arrest Plus 2 Additional Crimes and 3 Traffic Accidents

The Denison Police Department is reporting three crimes including one drug arrest along with three minor traffic incidents from the past week.

 

A Denison resident most recently reported a theft of $100 near Broadway to police on Sunday. The initial charge against any suspect caught in the case would be third degree theft.

St. Rose of Lima informed Denison Police this past Friday morning that two church windows were broken overnight. The property damage estimate totals $750 and the initial charge a suspect if caught would be fourth degree criminal mischief.

Police arrested Allen Price of Denison for possession of drug paraphernalia at around 10 a.m. this past Thursday. Records show that the 30-year-old male was cited and released for $35 worth of items including a small blue torch as well as a glass pipe and metal grinder with residue on them.

All charges are allegations and the people charged in these cases are to be considered innocent until or unless proven guilty in a court of law.

 

The most recent traffic incident report indicates that 23-year-old Etni Delgado of Omaha, NE was making a left turn in a 2007 Freightliner at around 2:30 p.m. on Friday and cut it short. The left middle part of his attached trailer collided with the front passenger side fender of a legally-parked 2012 Freightliner. The expected repair cost for the parked truck is $2,000 while only $100 is estimated for the trailer that hit it.

Another report says that 44-year-old Georjeanna Baxter of Woodbine was backing out of a driveway on the 1800 block of 1st Avenue South in a 2012 Ford F350 pickup at about 4 p.m. this past Thursday. She ended up backing into a 2006 Nissan Murano which was legally parked on 1st Ave South. Baxter later told officers that she was driving her husband's truck and it is much longer than hers. The damage to the Nissan is estimated at $2,500 with no repair cost listed for the Ford.

Authorities responded to a call about a damaged vehicle outside St. Anthony Medical Clinic at about 11:30 a.m. last Tuesday. The reports states that a 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel sustained damage to the left, rear quarter & bumper at an unknown location, date or time. It does appear that an unknown second vehicle struck the truck. The owner's spouse discovered the damage while the truck was parked on the east side of the St. Anthony Medical Clinic. The estimated repair cost is $2,000.

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