Local man charged with assaulting girlfriend with bat
A Marshalltown man faces a charge of aggravated domestic assault after allegedly striking his girlfriend in the leg with a baseball bat.
Lt. Ronald Ohrt, with the Marshalltown Police Department, said Kwand Woods, 38, hit his girlfriend in the leg with a little league-style bat Thursday afternoon when a verbal dispute escalated to violence at the couple's home on the 400 block of North First Avenue.
The victim declined medical attention, Ohrt said.
The court issued a no contact order for the girlfriend Friday at Woods' initial appearance. His preliminary hearing is set for June 3. The judge appointed a public defender and set bond at $2,000 cash.
Laura Tatro and Kyle Donohue, of Marshalltown, are the parents of a son, Austin Joseph Donohue, born at 3:22 p.m. May 11 at Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center. Grandparents are Jerry and Marjorie Donohue.
Kevin and Claudia Pantle, of Marshalltown, are the parents of twins, a son, Ian Sebastian Pantle, and a daughter, Meghan Aleen Pantle, born at 8:14 p.m. May 14 at Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center. Sebastian and Meghan join older sibling Aiden A. Pantle. Grandparents are Cesar Garcia Flores and Silva Flores Yakinoma and Richard and Phylis Pantle.
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On Sunday, Matthew Andrew McCanna, 401 E. Southridge Road Apt. B, was arrested for violation of a no-contact order.
On Tuesday, Victoria Dawn Honts, 103 N. 13th Ave., was arrested for rabies vaccination violation.
On Tuesday, Tedlana Jo Halverson, address unknown, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
On Tuesday, James Kenneth Woods, 506 Jerome St., was arrested for two counts of child endangerment without injury and aggravated domestic assault.
On Wednesday, Florita Ann Castellanos, 104 N. Fourth St. Apt. #1, was arrested for disorderly conduct.
On Wednesday, Silvia Marie Garcia, 112 W. Lincoln St., was arrested for disorderly conduct.
On Wednesday, Jeffery Lee Boyd, of Albion, was arrested for criminal mischief, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and trespass.
On Wednesday, Heidi Jo Doyle, address unknown, was arrested for trespass.
On Thursday, Sabir Martin Mamor, 211 N. Third Ave. Apt. #3, was arrested for aggravated domestic assault.
On Thursday, Rodney Paul Shogren, 811 N. Fifth Ave., was arrested for public intoxication.
On Thursday, Larry Lester Kunc Jr., 303 N. Fifth St. Apt. #2, was arrested for serious domestic assault.
On Thursday, Emily Christeen Proffitt, 208 1/2 E. Church St., was arrested for driving while barred.
On Wednesday, Susan Marie Frost, 1110 W. Lincoln Way, reported hit-and-run damages to a mailbox and a utility pole owned by Alliant Energy. Estimated value of damage was $750.
On Thursday, Clayton Kenneth Jensen, 207 Rainbow Drive, reported damage to a latch on a west garage window at his residence. Estimated value of damage was $200.
On Wednesday, Cheryl Jo Quist, 118 S. 10th St., was cited for rabies vaccination violation and dog at large-first offense.
On Wednesday, Brittney Danial Blocker, 1808 S. Fifth St., was cited for theft-fifth degree.
On May 18, Daniel Ceniceros, 1118 May St., was cited for rabies vaccination violation.
On May 18, Tymiesha Glass, 305 E. Linn St., was cited for theft-fourth degree.
On May 17, Victoria Dawn Honts, 103 N. 13th Ave., was cited for rabies vaccination violation.
On Thursday, Joseph R. Perkins, 10 W. Lincoln St., was cited for disorderly conduct.
On Tuesday, a pickup driven by Larry Lee Vry, 1524 Yates Ave., was exiting a parking spot in a lot when it collided with a legally parked car. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Vry pickup was estimated at $100 while the legally parked car received an estimated $4,000 in damage.
On Tuesday, a car driven by Thong Papiboune, 704 N. Fifth Ave., was northbound in the 200 block of South Third Avenue in the east lane and when the light at the intersection of Linn Street and South Third Avenue changed it proceeded to move forward into the west lane and collided with a minivan driven by Murial Frances Bryant, of Le Grand, which was traveling north in the west lane. No injuries were reported. Papiboune was cited for improper use of lanes. Damage to the Papiboune car was estimated at $1,000 while the Bryant minivan received an estimated $3,000 in damage.
On Monday, a pickup driven by Jeremiah Nathaniel David Ridout, 2552 Smith Ave., was eastbound on West Meadow Lane at the intersection with South Center Street when it attempted to back up due to an extended light and collided with the front of a car driven by Jordan Robert Smith, 1802 S. Third St. No injuries were reported. Ridout was cited for unsafe backing. Damage to the Smith car was estimated at $2,000.
On Monday, a car driven by Christopher Allen Sommerlot, of Colo, was stopped westbound at the intersection of Third Street and Main Street when it proceeded to turn south onto Third Street and collided with a minivan driven by John Larry Hall, 1111 S. 12th St., which was already in the intersection turning east from Third Street onto Main Street. No injuries were reported. Sommerlot was cited for failure to yield right of way. Damage to the Sommerlot car was estimated at $500 while the Hall minivan received an estimated $2,600 in damage.
On Sunday, a car driven by Aimmie Gene Carter, 918 S. 11th Ave., was southbound on South Center Street in the 1700 block when it collided with the rear of a pickup driven by Katheryn Jean Reno, 212 Westwood Drive, which was stopped for a red light. Carter was possibly injured, but not treated or transported. Carter was cited for failure to stop within the assured clear distance. Damage to the Carter car was estimated at $3,000 while the Reno pickup received an estimated $800 in damage.
On May 15, a car driven by Blake Adam Bueghly, 615 Thunderbird Drive, was northbound in the 700 block of South Third Avenue when it collided with the rear of a car driven by Tiffany Ann McStockard, of Whitten, which was slowing to allow a semi to swerve into her lane for a right-hand turn. No injuries were reported. Bueghly was cited for failure to stop within the assured clear distance. Damage to the Bueghly car was estimated at $3,000 while the McStockard car received an estimated $2,000 in damage.