Appanoose County Sheriff's Department activity log June 29-July 6
Civil papers processed, 24; animal complaints, 6; motorist assists, 12; traffic stops, 12; traffic complaints, 1; domestic, disturbances, 2; fire, grass, 3; fireworks complaint, 2; accidents, property damage, 2; civil matters, 5; criminal mischief, 2; traffic complaints, 10; ambulances requested, 8; accidents, personal injury, 3; medical, no ambulance, 1; fireworks complaints, 2; drugs, 2; suspicious, person, vehicle, 7; liquor law violations, 2; theft, motor vehicle, 3; extra patrols requested, 1; theft, 1; assaults, 2; litter complaints, 1; SOR, 1; contacts, 326; total miles patrolled, 4,083; inmates booked into jail, 15; jail population, 19.
6:54 p.m. The Appanoose County Sheriff's office reported a single-vehicle accident on 150th Avenue. Trey Sullivan McMurry, 19, of Allerton, driving a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix north in the 14300 block of 150th Avenue lost control and missed the corner. McMurry said he had drank a couple of beers after the accident and a breath test showed a .02 result. McMurry was charged with failure to maintain control and persons under legal age. McMurry sustained possible injuries. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $6,000. A fence owned by Keith Lain, of Mystic, sustained $200 in damage. Brittney Rikel Rogers, 19, of Centerville, was transported by private vehicle to Mercy Medical Center with possible injuries.
8:41 p.m. Timothy John Hatfield, 25, of Centerville, was charged at the Law Center with second degree criminal mischief and fifth degree theft.
8:28 p.m. The Appanoose County Sheriff's office reported a single-vehicle accident at 230th Avenue and Dewey Road. Roger Lee McMunn, 35, of Centerville, driving a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer east in the 23000 block of Dewey Road swerved to miss a deer standing on the edge of the road, lost control and entered the south ditch. McMunn told law enforcement his fiance was driving the vehicle and was given a ride to the hospital by his aunt. Witnesses at the scene stated they noticed a male exiting the vehicle and he was the only one around. Amy Reinikainen arrived at the scene approximately 20 minutes later and said McMunn left her house in the SUV alone after they had an argument. She said she had not given him permission to take the vehicle. McMunn was transported to Mercy Medical Center with possible injuries. He was charged with failure to maintain control, driving while suspended and false reports or communications with law enforcement. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $4,000. A fence owned by Kerry Lane Morlan sustained $200 in damage.