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Note: A criminal charge is just a charge and the accused is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

April 8

Ingres Marisela Paniagua-Rodridguez, 32, of Los Angeles, Calif., was arrested by the Tama Police Department for providing false identification and two counts of forgery.

Mario Alexandra Menjivar, 53, of Apple Valley, Calif., was arrested by the Tama Police Department for providing fake and fake IDs.

Lane Andrew Williams, 25, of Toledo was arrested by the Toledo Police Department for OWI (1st offense) and reckless driving. Williams was released the same day on his own recognizance.

April 9

Robert Dana Johnson Jr, 34, of Tama was arrested by the Toledo Police Department for OWI (2nd offense), driving without liability coverage, willfully failing to surrender his license or registration, and driving with a revoked license. Johnson was released the same day on bail.

Steven James Buchanan Sr, 73, of Legrand was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Department for OWI (1st offense) and failure to maintain control. Buchanan was released the same day for agreeing to appear in court on his own behalf.

Brandon Wayne Hufstedler, 36, of Mason City was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Department for 3rd degree burglary.

Brodie Lee Clark, 25, of Tama was arrested by the Toledo Police Department for OWI (2nd offense), disorderly conduct, driving without liability coverage, violation of a restricted license, possession of drug paraphernalia and excessively dark or reflective window or windshield. Clark was released April 10 on bail.

April 10

Caymen Matthew Woods, 20, of Naperville, Illinois, was arrested by the Toledo Police Department for possession of a controlled substance.

Michael Paul Taylor II, 23, of Chicago, Illinois, was arrested by the Toledo Police Department for Possession of a Controlled Substance, OWI (1st Offense) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Speeding.

Katelyn Nichole Vance, 26, of Traer was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Department for driving under suspension, driving with a suspended license and driving without liability coverage. Vance was released the same day for agreeing to appear in court on her own behalf.

Marian Lisa Roberts, 53, of Tama was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant for failing to appear in court and violating pre-trial parole.



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