OGDEN POLICE REPORT
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER=911
NON-EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER=515-433-0527
Monday March 9, 2020
-7:34AM. Deputy investigated a 2-vehicle accident at 1st and Walnut Street.
Tuesday March 10, 2020
-7:35AM. Officer received a report of a female with a flat tire at Casey’s General Store. Officer and Mike Carson changed the tire for the female.
-11:53AM. Officer received a report of a white Grand Prix heading north on NW 7th with the passenger door open and a female inside yelling for help. The officer located the vehicle at 602 NW 4th Street. This was a verbal argument and the female was given a ride to Perry by another person living at this residence.
-7:01PM. Officer and Deputy responded to a possible domestic situation at 425 SE 2nd Street #14. This was a verbal argument and the female did not want the male to stay as he lives in Des Moines. The deputy gave the male a ride to Boone.
-8:32PM. Ogden resident reported someone has been messing around with a screen on her house. There has been no access gained, but the screen has been moved.
Wednesday March 11, 2020
-11:50AM. Richard Keller, 38, of Grand Junction reported that a male and female had entered into a residence in Ogden, where Keller had been staying. The male subject pulled a gun and pointed it at Keller. Keller ran from the residence. Ogden officer and Boone County Deputies were heading to the residence, when the male and female were reportedly leaving the residence. Boone County Deputies stopped the vehicle in the 100 block of SE 3rd Street. The male driver, Jeremy Andrews, 31, of Jefferson was arrested for Driving While Barred and several weapons violations. There are charges pending on the female, Samantha Peel, 35, of Jefferson.
-6:13PM. Ogden resident reported being harassed by a fellow employee from work.
-8:28PM. Officer received a citizen’s complaint about junk on a property. Officer spoke with owner of property and he is planning on getting a dumpster and cleaning up the property by end of March.
Thursday March 12, 2020
-8:03AM. Officer was called to an Ogden residence for a child out of control and not wanting to go to school.
-3:05PM. Officer responded to an incomplete 911 from a cellular phone that mapped to weight room at Ogden High School. Officer spoke with student who had a broken phone that had dialed 911. There was no emergency.
-3:56PM. Officer was asked to check on a pedestrian that was walking westbound on 220th from G Avenue and was having trouble staying on shoulder of road due to the wind. The subject has medical issues that cause him trouble walking, so officer gave a ride to Grand Junction.
Friday March 13, 2020
-12:48PM. Ogden officer and Boone County Deputies stood by at 250th and H Avenue to assist Ogden Fire with traffic control for a controlled burn that had become out of control.
-6:47PM. Deputy received a report of a 10-year-old boy that was walking along H Avenue. The boy was walking home to Pilot Mound from school. The boy’s father showed up a short time later to get the boy.
Saturday March 14, 2020
-9:37AM. Officer spoke with Ogden resident in regard to property.
-2:42PM. Officer investigated a 2-vehicle accident at NW 7th and Walnut Street. John Barbier, 52, of Ames was eastbound on Walnut in his 2017 Ford, when he was struck by a 2014 BMW driven by Brady Jessen, 22, of Ogden who was southbound on NW 7th and pulling away from the stop sign. There was approximately $12,000 damage to Robier vehicle and $2,000 damage to Jessen vehicle. Jessen was cited for allegedly Failing to yield right of way from stop sign.
-9:43PM. Deputy responded to a reported hit and run at Spinning Wheels Skating Rink. The complainant was able to give the deputy the license plate number of the vehicle that struck his vehicle. The deputy located the vehicle and driver. The deputy called the complainant to come to location of other vehicle. There was no damage to either vehicle. There were no charges filed.
Sunday March 15, 2020
-8:49AM. Officer investigated phone harassment.