Data: July 14, 2019


2:36 a.m. Saturday: 1500 block of North Douglas Avenue, Worthington.

5:41 a.m. Saturday: 1000 block of East Ninth Avenue, Worthington.

10:06 a.m. Saturday: 1200 block of Ryan’s Road, Worthington, 88-year-old male with low oxygen level.

10:04 a.m. Sunday: 300 block of West 11th Avenue, Worthington, adult female who had fallen.



Osceola County Sheriff’s Office: 2:55 p.m., Friday, Jackrabbit Junction, Sibley, Iowa. A 2010 Ford F150 operated by Glenn L. Doorenbos, 90, of Sibley, was entering a parking space, and Doorenbos stated that when he started pushing the brake pedal to stop, he also had his foot on the gas pedal. The F150 then crashed into the east side of the building and also struck an ice machine on the sidewalk along the east wall of the building. The impact caused damage to the ceiling inside of the kitchen of Champs Chicken as well as the kitchen equipment. The F150 received approximately $500 in damage, while the estimated damage to the convenience store was $20,000. No injuries were reported.

WPD: 9:34 p.m. Saturday, Humiston Avenue and Oxford Street.

NCSO: 8:16 a.m. Sunday, 12000 block of Edwards Avenue, Wilmont.


WPD: verbal argument, 6:50 p.m. Friday, 1500 block of Second Avenue.


WPD: assault, 9:47 p.m. Friday, 1500 block of Airport Road.

WPD: loud party, 1:11 a.m. Saturday, 1600 block of North Burlington Avenue.

WPD: verbal argument, 4:32 a.m. Saturday, 10th Street and Third Avenue.

WPD: domestic incident, 12:07 p.m. Saturday, 1600 block of Darling Drive.

WPD: assault, 2:54 p.m. Saturday, Fourth Avenue and Ninth Avenue.

WPD: disorderly conduct, 9:35 p.m. Saturday, Dover Street.

WPD: harassing communication, 10:13 p.m. Saturday, 1200 block of Grand Avenue.

WPD: weapons, 1:26 a.m. Sunday, 100 block of 12th Street.


NCSO: dog bite, 1:59 p.m. Sunday, 13000 block of Oliver Avenue, Fulda.

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