Police Report

On Friday, Ronald L.?Strawn, Correctionville, was backing out of a parking spot in the Maid-Rite parking lot. Strawn hit a 2012 Ford Fusion and left the scene. After further investigation Strawn was unaware he hit the Fusion. There were no injuries. The Fusion was legally parked. There was no driver of the Fusion. The Fusion sustained an estimated $500 in damage. Strawn’s vehicle did not sustain any damage.

On Thursday, Evan R. Mark, Williams, was traveling south bound on Grove Street. Philip L. Laube, Holland, was traveling east bound on Elm Street. Mark failed to yield to the right of way of Laube. Laube hit Mark as a result. This accident occurred at an uncontrolled intersection. Mark’s vehicle sustained an estimated $2,000 in damage. Laube’s vehicle sustained an estimated $1,000 in damage.

On April 14, the Webster City Police Department was notified of a semi truck that struck a parked vehicle in the 700 block of Prospect Street. Upon arrival, Officer Delaney spoke with Danny L. Halverson, Fort Dodge, who told Delaney he didn’t know he had hit the car parked on the street. Halverson stated it was a tight fit pulling into the alley with all the cars parked on the street. He said his trailer swung out wide and he thought he missed the vehicle. Halverson’s semi truck struck a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix with the right side of the trailer. The Grand Prix was damaged on the driver’ side rear. A message was left with the owner of the Grand Prix about the incident involving her vehicle. No citations were issued and no injuries were reported. No damage was reported to the semi truck. The Grand Prix sustained an estimated $800 in damage.

Abbie R. Thomason, Webster City, was turning north in the Webster City High?School parking lot when she struck pedestrian Avery W. Haman, Stratford. Haman thought that Thomason saw him, but apparently Thomason did not see Haman. No injuries were reported.

A warrant to arrest Brandon M. Pelz, Webster City, was served on April 13.

A two vehicle accident occurred on April 12. Riley D. Beightol Heiden, Webster City, Erin S. Pulis, Webster City and a third vehicle were all stopped at a traffic light facing north at the intersection of Superior Street and Bank Street. The traffic light turned green and the third vehicle moved forward into the intersection but needed to yield to oncoming traffic because it was turning left on Bank Street. Pulis moved ahead slowly, waiting for the vehicle to turn. Beightol Heiden failed to yield to Pulis and rear ended the vehicle. No injuries were reported. Beightol Heiden’s vehicle sustained an estimated $1,800 in damage. Pulis’s vehicle sustained an estimated $750 in damage.