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Daily Record, Sept. 23, 2013

September 24, 2013
Times-Republican

Intoxicated woman assaults officer at McDonald's

A Tama woman was arrested Sunday for driving drunk through a drive-thru and then spitting on a police officer at a local fast food restaurant.

Felish Ruby Kapayou, 21, was arrested Sunday when police were dispatched to McDonald's, 3402 S. Center St., at 2:25 a.m.

According to police, an employee called the officers after seeing her in the drive-thru and smelling alcohol on her breath.

Kapayou allegedly reeked of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes and refused to take a sobriety test, then spat on an assisting officer's face.

She was taken to the Marshalltown Police Department for further testing. Police believe there was marijuana in her system in addition to the alcohol, according to a police report.

Kapayou is charged with first-degree OWI, assaulting a police officer and driving while revoked.

She is being held in the Marshall County Jail on a $5,500 cash bond.

Marshall County Courthouse

Monday

Eder Alejandro Cruz, 409 W. Church St., made an initial appearance on a harassment-first degree charge and a carrying weapons charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 3. Bond is set at $5,000 cash only. The court ordered that if he owned or possessed any firearms, ammunition or an offensive weapons he is to contact the Marshall County Sheriff's Office within 24 hours and make arrangements to surrender them. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Melissa A. Crusen, 506 Jerome St., made an initial appearance on a child endangerment charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle her case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Crusen was released with supervision through the Department of Correctional Services and is to sign a promise to appear before release and to visit the adult probation office by 4 p.m. today and sign a pre-trial release form.

James Woods, 506 Jerome St., made an initial appearance on a child endangerment charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 3. Bond is set at $5,000 cash or surety.

Matthew Leavy, of Altoona, made an initial appearance on a possession of marijuana charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Leavy was released on his own recognizance. The court ordered that he obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court within 60 days of today's date.

Jerry Juan Oden Jr., 308 Woodbury St., made an initial appearance on a driving while barred charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Oden was released on his own recognizance.

Phyllis Kroener, 3202 S. 12th St. Lot #188, made an initial appearance on a harassment-first degree charge. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Kroener was released on her own recognizance. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Stephen Leo Schossow, of Garwin, made an initial appearance through counsel on a operation without registration charge, a failure to secure a child charge, a no insurance charge and a driving while barred charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Oct. 11. Schossow was released on his own recognizance.

Edward David Stokes, 619 Jerome St., made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. The court appointed Jennie Wilson-Moore to act as counsel. A pre-trial conference is set for 9 a.m. on Oct. 29 in Magistrate Court. Stokes was released on his own recognizance.

Sierra Ann Price, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a no valid driver's license charge and a failure to secure a child charge. She pleaded guilty to both charges. On the no valid driver's license charge the fine was $200 with a $70 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $330. The fine on the failure to secure a child charge was $100 with a $35 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $195. All payments are due within 30 days of today's date.

Dalton James Brodigan, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a driving while license is denied, cancelled, revoked or suspended charge. He pleaded guilty and was fined $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due within 30 days of today's date.

Jonathan Miguel Hipolito, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a no insurance charge. He pleaded guilty and was fined $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due within 30 days of today's date.

Ben Orie Wedgwood, 1011 E. Anson St., made an initial appearance on a interference with official acts charge. He pleaded guilty and was fined $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due within 30 days of today's date.

Marshalltown Police Department

Incidents

On Thursday, an employee with Ray Pettingdale Construction, of La Porte City, reported the theft of two aluminum planks, a mitre saw and two ladder jacks from 410 W. Linn St. Estimated value of loss was $800.

On Thursday, Dickie Lee Medhaug Jr., 704 S. Sixth St., reported the theft of a kid-sized quad runner recreational vehicle from his residence. Estimated value of loss was $300.

Citations

On Sunday, Cecelie Marie Van Nevel, of Tama, was cited for operating while intoxicated.

On Saturday, Courtney Michelle Kinnetz, 911 W. State St., was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and child endangerment without injury.

On Thursday, Michelle Diehm, 409 E. State St., was cited for two counts of rabies vaccination violation.

Arrests

On Sunday, Cecelia Marie Abrahams, of Toledo, was arrested for driving under the influence.

On Sunday, Robert Steven Sanders, 9 E. Grant St., was arrested for possession of a Schedule I controlled substance-marijuana-enhanced.

On Sunday, Salvador Cruz Jr., 110A N. First Ave. Apt. #3, was arrested for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance-meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and interference with official acts.

On Sunday, Felisha Ruby Kapayou, of Tama, was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense, driving while revoked-OWI test failure, assault on persons engaged in certain occupations, possession of a Schedule I controlled substance with the intent to deliver-marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Saturday, Courtney Michelle Kinnetz, 911 W. State St., was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia charge and child endangerment without injury.

On Saturday, Stephen Harold Woodruff, 2202 Summit St., was arrested for operating while intoxicated-second offense.

On Thursday, Kelsey Leigh Bown, 10 N. 11th Ave., was arrested for simple domestic assault and child endangerment without injury.

Accidents

On Saturday, a car driven by Catherine Ann Navarro, of State Center, was northbound on South Center Street when it collided with the rear of a car driven by Claudia Gomez, 406 Woodbury St., which was stopped at the intersection with Southridge Road for a red light. No injuries were reported. Navarro was cited for no insurance, driving while license was denied, cancelled, revoked or suspended and failure to stop within an assured, clear distance while Gomez was cited for no insurance. Damage to the Navarro car was estimated at $100 while the Gomez car received an estimated $1,500 in damage.

On Saturday, a vehicle driven by Maria Guadalupe Vargas-Gonzalez, 404 N. 15th Ave., was northbound on First Street at the intersection with West Church Street when it stopped at the stop sign and proceeded into the intersection and collided with a car driven by Shelly Lynn Barnes, 6 S. Fifth Ave., which was traveling west on Church Street. No injuries were reported. Vargas-Gonzalez was cited for failure to obey a stop sign and yield right of way. Damage to the Vargas-Gonzalez vehicle was estimated at $800 while the Barnes car received an estimated $3,000 in damage.

 
 

 

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