Linn County Sheriff's report, vehicle accidents, June 20

Report for the preceding week.

The jail remains full this week with 20 current inmates.

Total prisoners: 23 (11 releases this past week.)

Total prisoners in county jail: 20

Total prisoners in out-of-county jails: 3

Total 911 calls: 105

Total Jail contacts: number not available

Total calls for service: 235

Total civil service papers served: 12

Vehicle identification number Inspections: 17

New cases opened ( including criminal, child in need of care): 11

Cases closed: 7

Vehicle Crashes: 5

Bailiff activities (contacts in court): 77

SRO activities (calls for service): All SROs are on patrol across the county

Livestock out: 5

Vehicle accidents
  • Heather Fay of Topeka, Kan., was driving a 2006 Chrysler van southbound on Kansas Highway 7 near the Leasure Road intersection about 3 p.m. on June 10 when the vehicle swerved to miss a raccoon in the roadway. The vehicle went into the ditch and struck a utility pole, damaging the pole and rendering the vehicle inoperable.

  • Ashley Toms of Centerville was driving a 2016 Toyota sedan northbound on K-7 near the Massey Road about 9:45 p.m. on June 15 when the vehicle struck a deer in the road. The vehicle was disabled.

  • Andrew Johnson of Diamond , Mo., was driving a 1999 International truck into the Tanglewood Lakes entrace on Lou Ann Road near the 1800 Road intersection at 6:30 p.m. on June 17 when the entry gate struck the right side of the vehicle. Minor damage was done to the truck, but the gate was inoperable.

  • Henry Hickert of Hutchison, Kan., was driving a 2018 Dodge pickup northbound on K-7 near the Keitel Road intersection about 9 p.m. on June 18 when the vehicle struck a deer in the roadway. The truck sustained damage to the front end; neither Hickert or his passenger were injured.

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