Daily Record

Marshall County Courthouse

Court

• Bill Edwards Jr. made an initial appearance on a forgery charge, a conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony charge and a theft-third degree charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on March 15. Edwards is released with supervision through the Department of Correctional Services and is to report to the adult probation office by the end of work today to sign a pre-trial release agreement.

• Allen Eller made an initial appearance on a domestic abuse assault charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on March 15. Eller is released with supervision through the Department of Correctional Services and is to report to the adult probation office by the end of work today to sign a pre-trial release agreement. A no-contact order has been issued for the protected party.

• Savvanah Ponce made an initial appearance on an assault on persons in a certain occupation charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on March 15. Ponce is released on her promise to appear.

• Jonathan Rodriguez made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. Rodriguez pleaded not guilty and a pre-trial conference is scheduled at 9:30 a.m. on March 28 in Magistrate Court. Rodriguez is released on his promise to appear.

• Lori Shukers made an initial appearance on two counts of a no proof of vaccination charge and a dog at large charge. Shukers pleaded guilty to all three charges and the fines were $65 with a $22.75 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $147.75 on each charge, due within 30 days.

• Cecilia Zambrano made an initial appearance on a dog at large charge. Zambrano pleaded guilty to the charge and the fine is $65 with a $22.75 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $147.75, due within 30 days.

• Denice K. Garcia made an initial appearance on a no valid driver’s license charge and a failure to stop in the assured, clear distance charge. Garcia pleaded not guilty and a pre-trial conference is scheduled at 9:30 a.m on March 14 in Magistrate Court.

Property Transfers

• Dona J. and Ronald E. Veren to Ron Veren Farms LLC, 2185 Fairman Ave., State Center

• David Hernandez to Josefine Hernandez, Josephine Hernandez, Donna Marie Soto and Minerva Soto, 306 Summit St.

• Joel D. Engle to Vicky M. Protsman, 308 W. Southridge Road

• Cindy J. Stiles to Morgan B. Hessenius, 413 N. Ninth St.

Marshalltown Police Department

Citations

• On Thursday, Feb. 22, Casey James Thurston, 28, was cited for driving under suspension.

Arrests

• On Friday, Feb. 23, Brad Parr, 41, was arrested on a warrant.

• On Thursday, Feb. 22, Savvanah Ponce, 28, was arrested for assault on persons in certain occupations-no injury-no weapon.

• On Thursday, Feb. 22, Billy Edwards Jr., 52, was arrested for theft-third degree, forgery and conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony.

Marshall County Sheriff

Arrests

• On Thursday, Feb. 22, Jonathan Cabral Rodriguez, 34, was arrested for theft-fifth degree.

• On Thursday, Feb. 22, Shelby Lynn Peak, 26, was arrested on a warrant.

Accidents

• On Wednesday, Feb. 21, a vehicle driven by Tamara Kay Eley, 53, of Zearing, was westbound on 160th Street when a deer jumped onto the roadway from the north ditch and was struck. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Eley vehicle was estimated at $15,000.

• On Sunday, Feb. 18, a vehicle driven by Heather Dian Robinson, 47, of Liscomb, was northbound on Wallace Avenue when it struck two deer that exited the west ditch causing disabling damage. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Robinson vehicle was estimated at $10,000.

• On Saturday, Feb. 17, a car driven by William Christopher Rohrdanz, 20, of Marshalltown, was northbound on Binford Avenue when there was a blow out of the front left tire causing the car to go out of control, through a ditch and field fence, into the field and then back out onto the roadway knocking over a narrow bridge sign. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Rohrdanz car was estimated at $6,000 while the fence received an estimated $300 in damage and the sign an estimated $500 in damage.