Seymour Police arrested Tara Jane Murphy Trimble, 31, of Seymour, on a Wayne County warrant for second degree theft. The charge was in connection with four payments to Alliant Energy on an account that she did not authorization to use. Trimble was released after posting $5,000 bond.
Michael Frame, of Corydon, reported that 12 bales of hay were missing from his property on 80th Street in Benton Township. The hay was valued at $80.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and Seymour Police arrested Sheri Louis Lee Rouse, 51, of Seymour, on Wayne County warrants for fifth degree theft and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance (hydrocodone). The charges were in connection with the theft of prescription medication from a Seymour residence earlier this month. Rouse appeared before the magistrate the following day and was released on her own recognizance.
Corydon Police investigated a property damage accident on the drive at Souther Iowa Oil in Corydon. A 2007 Ford truck driven by Jolene Sue Halsey, 57, of Fort Madison, was pulling away from a gas pump when it struck the guard rail. Damage to the truck was, owned by U-Hail International, was estimated at $1,000. Damage to the guard rail was listed at $100.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Tanner Derek Nall, 23, of Lineville, on a charge of fifth degree criminal mischief at a Lineville residence. Nall appeared before the magistrate the following day and was released after posting bond.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Dustin Dean Kinney, 32, of Corydon, following complaints of an erratic driver on Highway 2 west of Corydon and a collision of a car and semi. Kinney was charged with operating while intoxicated and failure to show proof of insurance. Kinney appeared before the magistrate and was released after posting bond.
Nicholas Stanley, of Corydon, reported to Corydon Police that two of his prescription medications were missing from his residence.
Seymour Police arrested Theodore Johnathan Reger, 29, of Plano, on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct following an incident at a Seymour residence. Reger appeared before the magistrate the following day when he was fined and released.
The Wapello County Sheriff’s Office arrested Anthony Rell Murdy, 43, of Ottumwa, on a Wayne County warrant for violation of a no contact order. Murdy was then transported to Corydon the following day and appeared before the magistrate. He was then fined and released.