Activity report: 4-11-08 to 4-14-08. Civil papers processed, 8; traffic stops, 2; harassment, 2; traffic hazard, 1; warrant served, 1; suspicious person/ vehicle, 1; motorist assist, 3; animal complaint, 3; criminal mischief, 2; traffic complaint, 2; ambulance requested, 1; sex offenses, 1; accident/property damage, 1; accident fatality, 1; civil matter, 1; fire/ structure, 1; citizen assist, 1; contacts, 89. Total miles patrolled, 1,073. Inmates booked into jail, 7. Jail population, 10.
8:50 p.m. An accident was reported at Highway J18 west of 220th Avenue. A 2006 Ford drive by Jared L. Huish, 35, of Nixa, Mo., struck a deer in the road. Damage to his vehicle was estimated at $4,500.
4:57 p.m. An accident was reported on Highway T61 and 500th Street. Police said a 1996 Chevrolet driven by Andrew William Bankson, 17, of Centerville drove off the highway, over-corrected and the vehicle rolled and went into a ditch. Bankson was taken to Mercy Medical Center in Centerville by ambulance with minor injuries and passenger Lacy Nicole King, 16, of Centerville was taken to Mercy Medical Center in Centerville by private vehicle, also with minor injuries. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $3,000.
1:15 p.m. Ricky Vandorn Carter, 50, of Cincinnati was charged in the 23000 block of 210th Avenue with trespass.
5:12 p.m. Kevin Wayne Davis, 33, of Centerville was charged in the 23000 block of Highway 5 with driving while suspended - revoked for OWI.
8:28 p.m. An accident was reported on Highway T14 northwest of 493rd Street. A 1995 Pontiac driven by Marietta Kay McGrann, 57, of Mystic struck a deer in the roadway. Damage to her vehicle was estimated at $1,200.
Randy Allen Lamb, 29, of Weldon began serving a seven-day sentence in the Wayne County Jail on an earlier conviction of interference with official acts.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, assisted by Seymour police, arrested Aaron Lee Berry, 28, of Numa on a charge of domestic abuse assault following an incident at a Seymour residence. Berry appeared before a district court judge the following day and is currently being held in the Wayne County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bond.
Laura Beth Archer, 25, of Chariton began serving a five-day sentence in the Wayne County Jail on an earlier conviction of interference with official acts.