Randy Ray Demro, 33, of Nashua was charged 6 a.m. Sunday at Osage and Adams streets with trespassing on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway engine.
According to a Creston Police report, officers were dispatched to Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad in reference to a male, who was passed out in the operator’s seat of a railroad engine. The male was identified by an Iowa identification card as Demro.
Demro was released on promise to appear.
Myranda Gene Gordon, 27, of Greenfield was charged 5:45 a.m. Friday at the Union County Law Center on a Dallas County warrant for driving under suspension.
Gordon was turned over to the Dallas County Sheriff’s office on a $300 bond.
Ashly Lynn Johnson, 26, 110 Manor Dr., Apt. 1, was charged 11:22 a.m. Saturday at the Union County Law Enforcement Center with second-degree criminal mischief.
According to a Creston Police report, Creston Police received a 911 call from Susan Gwinner about a person breaking windows at 110 Manor Drive. Upon arrival, a female had fled the area on foot and officers saw a large exterior window and screens, which had been destroyed. Witnesses at the scene identified Johnson. Johnson was located and read her Miranda rights. During an interview, Johnson state she was the person responsible for breaking the windows.
Damage estimate is $1,200. Johnson was released on $5,000 bond.
Audie Lee Maze, 32, of Dexter, Mo., and Robert E. Revelle, 38, of Poplar Bluff, Mo. were charged 2 p.m. Saturday at Super 8 Motel in Creston with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana).
According to a Creston Police report, officers responded to a complaint of an odor believed to be marijuana emanating from room 121 at Super 8 Motel. Upon arrival, the officers made contact with Maze and Revelle, who were occupants in room 121. After both men gave their consent to have their room searched, a small amount of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found. Maze and Revelle indicated the substance was marijuana and it was in their possession.
Maze and Revelle were being held on $1,000 bond each.
Larry Baumfalk, 46, of Afton was charged 11 a.m. Saturday with not vaccinating his dog.
According to a Creston Police report, Baumfalk’s dog escaped his control and nipped a neighbor on the left calf. Baumfalk stated to an officer his dog is not currently vaccinated.
Baumfalk was released on promise to appear.