Zachary George Grail, 25, of Arispe was charged with assault with injury 11 p.m. Friday at 108 N. Elm St.
According to a Creston Police report, witnesses said Grail hit a victim with his cast.
Grail was released on $1,000 bond.
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Walter S. Bolingo, 30, 404 N. Cedar St., was charged with driving under suspension and second-offense operating while intoxicated 6:09 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of North Sumner Avenue and West Taylor Street.
According to a Creston Police report, Bolingo was driving a truck on West Taylor and entered the north entrance of Casey’s, 800 W. Taylor St., and struck a barrier in front of a gas pump with his truck. Officers went to the vehicle to investigate and noticed he appeared to be impaired. Officers noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage and Bolingo’s eyes were bloodshot and watery, and his speech was very slurred. Bolingo consented to a field sobriety test and showed signs of impairment. He consented to a preliminary breath test with a result higher than .08. Bolingo then consented to a Data Master test with a result higher than .08. Bolingo was convicted of operating while intoxicated in the past 12 years.
Bolingo’s license is suspended for non-payment of an Iowa fine.
Bolingo was released on $2,000 bond.
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Michael Alan Fry, 54, 900 N. Oak St., was charged with driving while suspended 3:03 a.m. Sunday in the parking lot of Walmart, 806 Laurel St.
According to a Creston Police report, officers were on patrol near the intersection of Highway 34 and Sumner Street when they noticed a motorcycle drive south on Sumner. Officers observed the driver to be Fry, who officers knew to be a suspended driver. Officers turned around and followed the motorcycle until it came to a stop on Highway 34 and New York Avenue. Officers pulled up next to the motorcycle and confirmed the driver to be Fry. Fry was run through dispatch and confirmed to be suspended. Officers stopped Fry in the parking lot of Walmart.
Fry was released on $2,000 bond.
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Logan Robert DeBord, 18, 208 Myrtle St., was charged with felony eluding and operating while intoxicated 3:42 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of North Walnut and Buckeye streets.
According to a Creston Police report, officers attempted to stop a vehicle driven by DeBord for driving without headlights on. Officers engaged the emergency lights and noticed DeBord was not going to stop. Officers met the vehicle when officers engaged the emergency lights and yelled out the window at DeBord to stop. DeBord took off at a high rate of speed and refused to stop, despite audible and visual means to get him to stop. DeBord exceeded 25 miles per hour, lost control of the vehicle and went into a yard. Officers parked the patrol car directly in front of DeBord’s vehicle to get him to stop.
When DeBord stopped, officers noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage, and DeBord’s eyes appeared to be bloodshot and watery. DeBord consented to a field sobriety test and showed significant signs of impairment. DeBord consented to a preliminary breath test with a result of more than .08. DeBord also consented to a Data Master test, with a result of more than .08. DeBord has no prior convictions of operating while intoxicated.
DeBord was released on $5,000 bond.
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Nathan Richard Hulett, 39, 212 S. Pine St., was charged with unlawful possession of prescription drugs or devices, possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia and parole violation 8 a.m. Monday in the 700 block of West Montgomery Street.
According to a Creston Police report, officers were dispatched to West Montgomery Street in reference to a male subject inside a vehicle that the resident did not know. Upon arrival, officers observed the male subject on the front porch knocking on a door. Officers identified the male as Hulett. Officers knew Hulett was wanted in Union County. He was placed into custody and the warrant was confirmed through dispatch. Officers did a search of Hulett and located several plastic bags containing methamphetamine, and a bag containing three different types of prescription pills. Another bag was located and contained a glass pipe and needles commonly used for methamphetamine.
Hulett was being held on no bond.