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Mills County Sheriff Report 6/5/13

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Incidents
    June 1 – Jeannie Barney of Malvern reported a theft.

    May 28 – Leonard Warden of Malvern reported a theft.
    May 28 – Jesse Sobbing of Glenwood reported a theft.
    May 18 – Kim Newton of Emerson reported a theft.
    May 18 – Doug Cashatt of Glenwood reported  trespassing.
    May 17 – Robert Grudle of Malvern reported a theft.
    May 15 – Joanna Morrison of Pacific Junction reported a harassment.
    Accidents
    June 2 – A vehicle driven by Chad Hancock of Council Bluffs was northbound on 302nd Street when the driver lost control, attempted to overcorrect and entered the north ditch, striking the embankment causing the vehicle to roll onto its top.
    June 1 – A vehicle driven by Thomas Tews of Council Bluffs struck a legally parked vehicle in a parking lot on 189th Street and left the scene without leaving information.
    May 28 – A vehicle driven by Jared Cook of Glenwood was turning west onto Lucas Road from Kidd Road when the driver lost control on the gravel and entered the west ditch, rolling once.
    May 28 – A vehicle driven by David Evans of Glenwood failed to yield at a stop sign at the intersection of Shelby Lane and 230th Streets, crossed into a yard and came to a rest against a tree.
    May 20 – A vehicle driven by Loren Mayer of Tabor was eastbound on Rains Avenue when the driver swerved to miss a dog in the road causing the vehicle to enter the south ditch and roll on its side.
    May 18 – Jeffrey Fink of Silver City lost control of his motorcycle on Lincoln Avenue and collided with the rear of a parked vehicle.
    May 17 – A vehicle driven by Scott Rodgers of Hastings was westbound on Merrill Road when the driver lost control causing the motorcycle to tip over.
    May 8 – A vehicle driven by Pierre Hodges of Omaha failed to properly yield when exiting a farm drive onto Barrus Road and struck a second vehicle, driven by Melinda Lehman of Glenwood, causing Lehman’s vehicle to roll into the ditch. (Correction: Information published in last week’s edition of The Opinion-Tribune was incorrect. We apologize for the mistake.)