BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

News of record, Oct. 20, 2013

Arrivals

TRINITY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

ELLISON – Jennifer and Matt, Fort Dodge, a girl, Monday, Oct. 14, 2013.

CARMODY – Sarah and Jeremy, Fort Dodge, a girl, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013.

DUDNEY – Jana, Humobldt, a boy, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013.

CRIMMINS -Jennifer and Ben, Fort Dodge, a girl, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013.

HOFFMAN- Megan, Moorland, a girl, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013.

VAN DIEST MEDICAL CENTER

PANNKUK – Mysti and Dustin, Webster City, a boy, Xander Jacob, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. Grandparents are Russ and Julie Waterman, Pocahontas, and Steven and Molly Pannkuk, Webster City. Great-grandparents are Clifford and Barb Pannkuk, Barnum, and Dwayne and Maroline Newman, Fort Dodge.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Saturday

Parole violation – Jeffrey Dishman, 43, Renwick transferred to Parole Board.

Probation violation – Jessica Alma Duckett, 26, 1419 S. 15th St., transferred to District Court; Carl Robert Kifer, 30, 1419 S. 15th St., transferred to District Court.

Operating while intoxicated, first offense – Joseph Winge, 20, 2430 Elm Drive, transferred to District Court.

Operating while intoxicated, second-offense – Richard Hickey, 67, 1149 Third Ave. N., preliminary hearing scheduled for Nov. 1; Lynn Curtis Lightfoot, 45, Rockwell City, transferred to District Court.

Manufacturing a controlled substance, methamphetamine, over 5 grams – Jeremy Doty, 33, 1227 S, 21st St., preliminary hearing scheduled for Oct. 25.

Possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine – Jeremy Doty, 33, 1227 S, 21st St., preliminary hearing scheduled for Oct. 25.

Failure to appear – Taylor Canavan, 19, 1709 13th Ave. S.W., one day jail, suspended.

Driving after suspension – Taylor Canavan, 19, 1709 13th Ave. S.W., $397.50.

Failure to maintain control – Joseph Winge, 20, 2430 Elm Drive, continued 180 days.

Domestic assault, serious – Darius Caston, 21, 316 S. 16th St., transferred to District Court.

Carrying weapons – Nicholas Bruss, 25, West Des Moines, preliminary hearing scheduled for Nov. 1.