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Nevada Police

The following information is released by the Nevada Police Department. The Journal prints all information released from the department, including juvenile arrests, as per current law. We would encourage the public to keep in mind that these charges are merely an accusation, and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Arrests:

3/03: Ruthann Michelle Stedman, Boone, 29, 1-Theft 5th Degree-All Other Larceny

3/05: William Patrick Collins, Nevada, 55, 1-Drug Poss Marj, 2-Drug Paraphernalia

3/06: Jaylen Celia Sharee Padilla, Toledo, 21, 1-Contempt of Court-Violate No Contact Order

3/08: Richard Fredrick Tjarks, Nevada, 45, 1-Assault D/A (Aggravated), 2-Sexual Abuse 3rd Degree

3/10: Cody Michael Streeter, Nevada, 21, 1-DUS

3/13: Kevin Howard Daggett, Colo, 49, 1-Theft 5th Degree - Shoplifting

3/13: Laci James Meyers, Nevada, 20, 1-Warrant

3/14: Andre Deshawn Pratt, Nevada, 41, 1-O.W.I. 3rd offense, 2-D.W.L.R.

3/14: Patrick Lee Manke, Nevada, 29, 1-Public Intoxication (1st)

3/15: Hamp Townsell, Fridley, Minn., 23, 1-False Info to Law Enforcement

3/15: Rebecca Lane Duba, Columbia Heights, Minn., 20, 1-No D.L.

Incident Reports:

3/02: 1 - Civil Dispute; 1-Animal Bite, 2-Animal-Quarantine-Rabies Determination

3/03: 1-Theft 5th Degree-All Other; 1-Theft 4th Degree-All Other

3/05: 1-Drug Poss Marj, 2-Drug Paraphernalia

3/06: 1-Contempt of Court- Violate No Contact Order; 1-Found Property

3/07: 1-Burglary 3rd Degree; 1-Harassment-3rd Degree (Simple)

3/08: 1-Assault D/A (Aggravated), 2-Sexual Abuse 3rd Degree

3/09: 1-Animal at Large-Prohibited Animal Nuisance, 2-Animal-Impounded

3/10: 1-Trespass; 1-DUS

3/12: 1-Property Damage-Civil; 1-Animal at Large-Prohibited Animal Nuisance

3/13: 1-Theft 5th Degree-Shoplifting; 1- Operating w/out Registration

3/14: 1-Public Intoxication (1st); 1-Harassing Phone Call Department; 1-O.W.I. 3rd offense, 2-D.W.L.R.; 1-Animal-Impounded

3/15: 1-No D.L.; 1-False Info to Law Enforcement

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