April 16

Deputy Knickman assisted a subject with a dog-at-large complaint on Panora Avenue. The neighbor will be advised of the complaint.

Deputy McMurray responded to a vehicle in the ditch at the 94 mile-marker of Interstate 29. The driver was arrested for OWI by the Iowa State Patrol; the passenger Juan Alvarez of Early was also arrested and charged with Public Intoxication.

April 18

Deputies Knickman and Flaherty responded to a burglary report on Yates Avenue. Car parts and tires were reported stolen from a secured shed.

April 19

Deputy Knickman assisted with a child custody dispute on 220th Street. They were advised to seek legal counsel.

April 22

Sheriff Sears, as well as Deputies McMurray and Denton, responded to Remington Landing where a fisherman had seen a body in the Missouri River. Mondamin Rescue was dispatched to assist in retrieving the subject from the water. Iowa DCI was called and will be assisting in the investigation; an autopsy has been ordered.

Any criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

To report Crime Stopper information, call 800-247-0592.

To report littering, call 888-NOLITTR (888-665-4887).

Join Harrison County’s Mass Notification System for Alert Warnings. Register at https://member.everbridge.net/index/892807736721501#/login.

Questions? Call Harrison County Emergency Management, 712-644-2353.

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