News of Record: May 7, 2019
Man walks away from work release facility
A man convicted of crimes in Webster County has walked away from the work release facility he was staying at, according to the Iowa Department of Corrections.
Michael R. Turner, 29, had been at the Fort Dodge Residential Correctional Facility, 311 First Ave. S., since March.
The DOC said that Turner walked away from the facility early Monday.
He is described as a black man, 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing 213 pounds.
Turner was at the facility for crimes that include interference with official acts.
Failure to appear — Quentin Rogers, 22, Grimes, sent to District Court.
Operating while under the influence, first offense — Quentin Rogers, 22, Grimes, preliminary hearing set for May 16.
Drag racing — Rodney Bergman, 25, Harcourt, trial set for May 31.
No insurance — Keith Bork, 44, 402 N. Seventh St., $566.25.
Driving while barred — Landon Makinson, 21, Lohrville, preliminary hearing set for May 24.
Driving under suspension — Landon Makinson, 21, Lohrville, continued 180 days; Jeramy Parker, 30, 214 N. 16th St., $397.50.
Operating a non-registered vehicle — Landon Makinson, 21, Lohrville, continued 180 days.
Disorderly conduct — Tanya Perry, 33, Garwin, trial set for May 31.
Domestic assault causing injury — Jared Sutton, 34, 627 Eighth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for May 24.