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Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Denison Police Make 4 Arrests, Respond to Pair of Traffic Collisions
The Denison Police Department is reporting four arrests and two motor vehicle accidents from the past week.
The most recent arrest occurred on Sunday at approximately 9:25 p.m. near Highway 30. Police took Francisco Zuniga of Denison into custody and charged the 29-year-old male with Operating While Under The Influence. It is his first offense.
A pair of arrests happened on Wednesday of last week.
Officers apprehended Amber Nelson of Harlan at 10 p.m. near North 14th Street and charged the 36-year-old female with Domestic Abuse Assault.
Police arrested Keven Mohr of Denison at about 9:30 p.m. near Hyvee and booked the 58-year-old male for 5th Degree Theft after recovering almost $73 worth of merchandise.
Another public release identifies Nathaniel Herrin as a perpetrator of 2nd Degree Theft for allegedly stealing a motorcycle near Avenue C on Tuesday evening. Authorities in Carroll recovered the black Harley Davidson valued at $4,500 on Wednesday morning.
The most recent traffic accident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. Friday in the intersection of Broadway and 17th Street. The report indicates that 23-year-old Madison Bettin of Odebolt was driving a 2017 GMC Acadia and failed to yield from the stop sign. The 2011 Ford F-350 driven by 32-year-old Jordan Patnaude of Deloit was traveling east on Broadway and Bettin's Acadia ended up hitting Patnaude's pickup truck. No injuries were reported. Police cited Bettin for failing to yield entering a highway. Damage estimates total $6,000 including $5,000 for the GMC and $1,000 for the Ford.
A separate minor accident happened at around 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Police say 45-year-old Daniel Segebart of Vail reported he was involved in a collision at the intersection of 20th Street and 6th Avenue. Both vehicles had already been moved off the roadway when officers arrived a few minutes later. Segebart told authorities he was traveling north on 20th in a 2018 Ford Edge and signaling to make a right hand turn on 6th. A 2015 GMC Sierra driven by 23-year-old Kareli Garcia of Denison was at the stop sign and traveling west on 6th. Garcia reportedly made a left turn before Segebart completed his right turn which led to her pickup striking and rubbing the driver's side of the Edge. Garcia later admitted to police that she turned too soon. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Total repair costs are expected to be $2,500 with $1,500 for the Edge and $1,000 for the GMC.
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