A bicyclist died from his injuries sustained in a car collision Sept. 23 in Newton. Mark W. Adkins, 58, of Newton, was reportedly driving his bicycle at night down the middle of the road near the 3200 block of Highway S-74 South when the driver of a Ford Escape struck him. Jasper County Dispatch was called about the accident at approximately 7:35 p.m. and was told there were injuries.
TAMA, Iowa — A Des Moines motorcyclist is dead after crashing into a car. It happened at about 4 p.m. Sunday east of Tama on Highway 30. The Iowa State Patrol said 23-year-old Bin Sei Cho died after a vehicle failed to yield while trying to cross four lanes of Highway.
MALCOM, Iowa — At least one lane of Interstate 80 eastbound near Malcom has reopened after a crash that left one person injured Monday morning. The crash was reported around 8:30 a.m. Both of the eastbound lanes of I-80 between exit 182 and exit 191 were closed due to a crash.
A bicyclist from Newton died after his bicycle was struck by a car Thursday night (9/23) in Newton. The Iowa State Patrol says 58-year-old Mark Wayne Adkins was riding his bike down the middle of County Road S-74 South at South 29th Avenue around 7:30pm Thursday when his bike was hit by a car driven by 19-year-old Halli Kay Versteegh. Adkins was airlifted to a Des Moines hospital, where he died of his injuries.
A motorcyclist from Des Moines died in an accident on US 30 near Tama yesterday. Bin Sei Cho ran into a vehicle driven by Gordon Galloway of St. Charles. Illinois. Gordon had failed to yield at the intersection of Highway V18 and US 30. Galloway was taken to UPH-Marshalltown with undisclosed injuries.
A Des Moines man is dead following a collision Sunday afternoon east of Tama on U.S. Highway 30. Bin Sei Cho, 23, was traveling westbound on Highway 30 around 4 p.m. Sunday when his motorcycle collided with a transit van being driven by Gordon Galloway, 59, of St. Charles, Ill.
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Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation. This event is a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the officers in your neighborhood. This Coffee with a Cop takes place on Thursday, Sept 30 from 9 – 10 AM at Uncle Nancy's Coffeehouse. Questions? Contact Officer Britton at 641-791-0850.
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Waterloo Cedar-Falls Courier
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MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (KCRG) - A two-vehicle crash sent two people to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials. At around 3:50 p.m., the Iowa State Patrol was sent to a report of a crash along northbound Iowa Highway 14, north of Marshalltown. Troopers believe that a 2018 Chevy 2500 pickup truck that was traveling northbound crossed the center line, colliding head-on with a 2000 Honda Civic despite its attempts to swerve out of the way.
The drivers of a two-vehicle crash on Highway 14 north of Marshalltown yesterday both ended up in the hospital. The Iowa State Patrol says a pickup driven by William Murphy of Waterloo crossed the center line and hit head on a car driven by David Muhlena of Union. Murphy was taken to UPH-Marshalltown, while Muhlena was taken to Methodist in Des Moines. Both men were wearing seatbelts.
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The Newton Police Department conducted a seatbelt usage survey on August 26, 2021, that showed strong results by motorists in the community. During the survey, Newton police observed 97 percent of drivers properly wearing their seatbelts, a 2 percent increase from the March 2021 seat belt survey. Newton police also observed 100 percent of front-seat passengers wearing their seatbelts during this year’s survey.
Iowa Falls Times-Citizen
Details are scarce, but another student has been assaulted at the Iowa State Training School for Boys in Eldora. Eldora Police logs reported that a "serious assault" took place at the school on Wednesday, Sept. 15. Alex Carfrae, public information officer for the Iowa Department of Human Services, confirmed that a student was assaulted by other students. Staff separated the students involved and took the victim to the nurse for an assessment. Carfrae reported that there were no serious injuries and the victim provided a statement to Eldora Police.
An Ottumwa woman was arrested on a warrant out of Washington County Friday. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office received reports at approximately 3:04 p.m. of officers out with a subject in Newton wanted on a Washington County warrant. Thirty-three year-old Kolette Christine Daniels was arrested on charges of possession with intent to deliver more than five grams of methamphetamine, a class B felony.