Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

July 30, 2013

Appanoose County Sheriff 07/30/13

The Daily Iowegian

---- — Activity log for 07/18/13 to 07/23/13; civil papers processed, 17; traffic stops, 4; ambulances requested, 6; motorist assists, 4; traffic complaints, 4; thefts/burglaries, 8; civil matters, 1; criminal mischief, 1; suspicious persons/vehicles, 1; debris on roadway, 1; accidents/personal injuries, 1; vacation checks, 1; structure fires, 1; information, 1; harassment, 1; child neglect, 1; contempt of court, 2; controlled burns, 1; SOR info check, 1; found/lost/recovered property, 1; hunting calls, 1; boat violations, 1; drugs, 1; noise complaints, 1; disturbances, 1; traffic stops, 2; animal complaints, 1; contact, 174; total miles patrolled, 2,156; inmates booked into jail, 8; jail population, 32.

July 13

1:27 a.m. Anna Devere McVeigh, 22, of Unionville, Iowa, was driving a 2009 Ford Fusion west in the 25000 block of Highway 2 when a deer entered the road. The driver attempted to avoid the deer and the vehicle went off the right side of the road striking and breaking a utility pole. Damage to the pole owned by Alliant Energy of Centerville was estimated at $500. Damage to McVeigh’s vehicle was estimated at $5,000. McVeigh was transported to Mercy Medical Center by private vehicle with non-incapacitating injuries. McVeigh was charged with failure to maintain control, driving a a suspended license and failure to wear/maintain safety belts.

July 15

1:26 p.m. Darla Roxanne Moser, 51, of Mercer, Mo., was driving a 2003 Ford Escort on Highway 2 when her vehicle crossed the center line, left the road and struck a no passing zone sign. The vehicle then came back on the roadway, crossed the center line and came to a final rest in the east bound lane of traffic. Moser stated she did not remember the vehicle leaving the road and didn’t know why the vehicle left the road. Damage to the sign owned by the Iowa Department of Transportation was estimated at $200. Damage to Moser’s vehicle was estimated at $2,000. Moser was transported to Mercy Medical Center in Centerville by ambulance with non-incapacitating injuries.