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Mills County Sheriff Reports 12/11/13

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Incidents
    Nov. 25 - Loess Hills Harley Davidson of Pacific Junction reported lost property.
    Nov. 27- Dan Nedrow of LaVista, Neb. reported a burglary and theft.
    Nov. 29- Christy Culp of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.
    Dec. 4 - Holland Company of Grete, Ill. reported a theft.

Accidents
    Nov. 27 - A vehicle driven by George Poorker of Hastings was eastbound on Kane Avenue when a deer crossed the road, causing the driver to swerve and enter the south ditch, come back onto the road and enter the north ditch before rolling over. No injuries were reported.
    Dec. 1 - A vehicle driven by Douglas Heitman of Silver City was eastbound on Barrus Road when the driver stated he bent over to pick up a pack of cigarettes and drove through a stop sign and into a field. Airbags were deployed but no injuries were reported.
    Dec. 2 - A vehicle driven by Nicholas Boston of Glenwood was eastbound on Fifth Street in Malvern when the driver lost control, slid off the road and ended up in the north ditch. No injuries were reported.
    Dec. 4 - Jeffrey Hiatt of Bellevue, Neb. was northbound on U.S. Highway 275 when the driver dropped the right tire off the road, overcorrected, lost control and crossed the center line, hitting the east embankment where it went through a fence and rolled into the west ditch.
    Dec. 7 -  A vehicle driven by Michael Winchester of Emerson was delivering mail on eastbound Hutchings Road when the vehicle clipped a mailbox, drove into the south ditch and rolled on its side. No injuries were reported.
    Dec. 7 - A vehicle driven by Robert Larimer of Bedford failed to yield at a stop sign and struck a vehicle driven by Jamie Sayers of Malvern, who was southbound on Highway 59. Macedonia Rescue transported Sayers to Red Oak Hospital with unknown injuries.
    Dec. 8 - A vehicle driven by Glenn Houtchens of Malvern was southbound on Ingrum Avenue when the vehicle went off the road and down a large embankment before coming to a rest in the west ditch. No injuries were reported.