News of Record: March 5, 2013

Arrivals

TRINITY REGIONAL

MEDICAL CENTER

JOHNSON – Victoria, Fort Dodge, a boy, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013.

VOIGTS – Samantha, Fort Dodge, a boy, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013.

WOOD – Kimberly, Fort Dodge, a boy, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013.

CHAPMAN – Mallary, Newell, a girl, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013.

BATSON – Seth and Cara, Fort Dodge, a girl, Saturday, March 2, 2013.

BELL – Brooke, Fort Dodge, a boy, Monday, March 4, 2013.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Monday

Assault while displaying a dangerous weapon – Martha M. Bass, 69, no address provided, preliminary hearing set for March 14.

Aggravated domestic assault – Azael Montalvo, 31, Webster City, preliminary hearing set for March 14.

Possession of a controlled substance – Felisha M. Lindquist, 24, 1407 1/2 Second Ave. N., sent to District Court.

Possession of drug paraphernalia – Felisha M. Lindquist, 24, 1407 1/2 Second Ave. N., continued 180 days.

Third-degree theft – Kory L. Siebken, 25, 1524 Fourth Ave. N., sent to District Court.

Simple domestic assault – Patrick M. VanEvery, 39, 221 N. 13th St., trial set for March 20.

Public intoxication – Keith D. Hill, 47, 1037 N. 22nd St., $195.

Driving under suspension – Devon Myer, 23, no address provided, $397.50 and 10 days in jail suspended.

Registration violation – Devon Myer, 23, no address provided, $87.

No insurance – Devon Myer, 23, no address provided, $397.50.

Fifth-degree theft – Ashley Boyland, no age provided, 326 Ave. M West, $320; Kody Peck, no age provided, 326 Ave. M West, $320.

Police Log

FORT DODGE

Friday

Sue Hulett and Lindsay Huffman each reported criminal mischief.

A person reported an assault.

Mike Deal, Marion Home and Walmart each reported a theft.

Great Western Bank reported criminal trespass.

Saturday

Three people each reported an assault.

Martha Bass reported a theft.

Fort Dodge Community Schools reported criminal mischief.

A person reported sexual abuse.

Sunday

Two people each reported an assault.

A runaway was reported.

Wendy Jordison reported a burglary.

Kum and Go reported a theft.