PUBLIC RECORD - Feb. 1-6
Columbus Fire Department activity log
7:58 a.m., 1300 block and East 23rd Street; alarm activation.
8:53 a.m., 3000 block and 19th Street; sick.
6 p.m., 170 block and South Road; sick.
6:14 p.m., 3100 block and E. 26th Street; sick.
7:15 p.m., 3600 block and 20th Street; sick.
1:39 a.m., 1400 block and 22nd Avenue; sick.
10 a.m., 3000 block of East 8th Street; structure fire.
1:39 p.m., 2000 block of 28th Street; sick.
5:42 p.m., East 14th Avenue and S.E. 9th Street; sick.
5:59 p.m., 1100 block of 24th Avenue; sick.
7:15 p.m., 1700 block of 42nd Avenue; sick.
12:41 a.m., 1500 block of East 23rd Street; sick.
9:41 a.m., 11414 15th Street; alarm activated at NPPD - no fire.
10:15 a.m., 2700 block of East 12th Avenue; sick.
3:02 p.m., 2000 block of 37th Avenue; sick.
Sheriff News Feb. 1-6
A Duncan woman, 62, called in to the Platte County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday to report her father, another Duncan resident, had told her of a break in to his property. Sheriff Ed Wemhoff said deputies investigated and it appeared nothing was taken nor was any damaged property reported.
That same day a mother from Columbus called in to the Sheriff’s Office to report her 16 year old daughter had run away from home. Wemhoff said the woman called back three hours later to inform the office that her daughter had not run away, but in fact was just with a family relative.
Also on Saturday, a driver called in the Sheriff’s Office to report they had hit a deer while driving down Highway 30, southwest of Columbus. Wemhoff said the deer appeared to have a broken leg, so a deputy euthanized the animal via gun.
On Sunday, a woman called in to the Sheriff’s Office to report she had left her purse while at a sports game at Lakeview High School. A deputy got in contact with school officials and was able to locate and return the purse. Wemhoff said nothing appeared to be missing for it. This incident is similar to another where a woman who reported her purse missing while attending an activity at Lakeview on Jan. 25. As of Monday, Wemhoff said that woman’s purse has of yet to been located.
On Monday, a red Honda Foreman four-wheeler valued at $6,000 was reported stolen from the Bonfire Campgrounds. Wemhoff asked for anyone with information on the missing item to call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at 402-564-3229 or Platte County Area Crime Stoppers at 402-563-4000.
A vehicle pulled into a handicap parking spot at the Columbus Aquatic Center on Tuesday and hit a sign post. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $150 and Wemhoff said the bent post will need to be repaired.
Salvador Martinez-Vizcaya, 32, 1610 14th St., no operator’s license; $175 fine, court costs.
Chasin Renteria, 32, Platte County Detention Facility, criminal mischief $0-500; jail 10 days, court costs.
Josef Perez, 38, Madison, driving under suspension; $150 fine, court costs.
Jasiel Godoy, 25, 3550 53rd Ave. #5, leave accident-fail to furnish information 1st; $50 fine, $366.22 restitution, court costs.
Rogaciano Campuzano Jr., 36, 1615 6th St., commit child abuse negligently; $150 fine, court costs.
Ryan Hiemer, 27, 2204 16th St., DUI .15+; jail 2 days, probation 6 months, revoke license one year, $500 fine, court costs.
Casey Jark-Swain, 24, 2205 17th St., possess marijuana one ounce or less 1st; $300 fine, court costs.
Tammie Keener, 58, 4219 5th St. E, DUI .08 breath 1st; probation 6 months, revoke license 60 days, $500 fine, court costs.
Timothy Kranzler, 46, 2810 Cheyenne St., no proof insurance; $50 fine, court costs.
Christopher Patterson, 31, 1353 45th Ave., no proof insurance, $50 fine; driving under suspension, $50 fine and court costs.
Carlos Fletcher, 43, 1610 11th St., violate protection order, jail 90 days with credit for 99 days served; violate protection order, jail 120 days with credit for 90 days served, court costs.
Taylor Hurich, 22, Platte County Detention Facility, third degree sexual assault; jail 240 days with credit for 26 days served, court costs.
Jonathan Jacobson, 40, Nebraska Department of Corrective Services, refuse to submit to test with four prior convictions, jail 4-7 years with credit for three days, revoke license 15 years; jail to stop and render aid, jail 2-3 years, revoke license 5 years, court costs - sentences served concurrently.