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January 28, 2014

Wayne County Sheriff 01/28/14


The Daily Iowegian

---- — Jan. 9

Corydon Police investigated a property damage accident in the Hy-Vee parking lot in Corydon. A 2006 Toyota Camry driven by Charles Archie Poindexter, 70, of Allerton, was backing from a parking space and struck a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Craig Paul Phinney, 40, of Indianola. Damage to Phinney’s vehicle was estimated at $1,500. No damage was caused to Poindexter’s vehicle.

Jan. 17

Corydon Police investigated a personal injury accident at Highway 2 and Franklin Street in Corydon. A 2011 Chevrolet van driven by Deborah Lousie West, 55, of Centerville and a 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Scott Gregory Powers, 29, Princeton, Mo., collided in an intersection. Powers and a passenger were transported to the Wayne County Hospital by the Wayne County Ambulance. Damage to West’s vehicle was estimated at $4,000 and to Powers’ vehicle was $5,000. West was issued a citation for failure to yield upon making a left turn.

Jan. 18

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Elizabeth Nichols-Hofert, 44, of Seymour, following an incident at 1881 135th Street in Corydon. Nichols-Hofert was charged with operating while intoxicated and reckless driving after striking the deck of the residence while driving through a fence and out into the pasture. Nichols-Hofert appeared before the magistrate later in the day and was released after posting bond.

Jan. 18

The Wayne County Sheriff’s office investigated a property damage accident at 1816 Highway 14. Scott Kyle Krustinger, 53, of Chariton, was driving a 1991 Ford truck pulling an empty hay trailer and was pulling into a farm drive when Joseph Dean Trinkle, 29, of Centerville, driving a 2007 Chevrolet truck ran into the back of the hay trailer. Damage to Krustinger’s vehicle was estimated at $1,600 and damage to Trinkle’s vehicle at $3,000.

Jan. 20

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office took a theft report at East Penn Manufacturing. An employee had a locker broken into. Money and prescription medication were taken.

Compiled by Krystal Fowler/Daily Iowegian