Arrests and Warrants
At approximately 1 a.m. on July 15, Mark A. Cham, 47, of Denison, was taken into custody at the Country Store in Denison and arrested for public intoxication.
At 10 a.m. on July 15, Ana Maria Campos, 27, of Deloit, was taken into custody and transported to Carroll County on a warrant issued by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office in a 5th degree theft case.
Thefts and Vandalism
At 1:49 a.m. on July 10, Marta Marina Magana, of Denison, reported the theft of a lawn mower from her property.
On July 13, Galen Bral, of Manilla, reported the window on the back passenger side door of his vehicle had been broken. No entry was made into the vehicle.
At 1:15 p.m. on July 15, Michael Bluml, of Manning, reported a wallet stolen from his house on the same date, a checkbook stolen from his house on July 13 and that his trailer was moved.
A two-vehicle accident occurred in the Pronto parking lot at Highway 30 and South 7th Street in Denison at 9:22 a.m. on July 16. Patricia Louise Stork, 67, of Deloit, was driving a red 2003 Chevrolet Venture van and was pulling into a parking space in front of Pronto. The accident report says she was driving too fast and was unable to stop in time, and her vehicle struck the left rear of a bronze 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue. No one was in the Oldsmobile at the time. There was $2,000 damage to Stork’s vehicle and $3,000 damage to the Oldsmobile. Both vehicles were able to be driven away.
A two-vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of North 15th Street and 2nd Avenue North in Denison at 2:35 p.m. on July 17. Sofonias Tercero Rafael Carey, 25, of Denison, was driving a maroon 2006 Pontiac north on North 15th Street in Denison and had stopped for the intersection at 2nd Avenue North. Josselyn Janneth Vallecillo, 17, of Denison, was driving a gray 2014 Nissan Pathfinder west on 2nd Avenue North and turned left onto North 15th Street, and her vehicle struck the front of Carey’s Pontiac. The accident report says Vallecillo admitted to the officer that she was driving and took the corner too fast. Vallecillo was cited for failing to reduce speed to a reasonable and proper rate. Her vehicle received $3,000 damage; it was disabled and private arrangements were made to move it. Carey’s Pontiac received $1,000 damage and was able to be driven away. The drivers were uninjured.