Rossi B. Lundy Jr., 36, of Cedar Rapids, was taken into custody 5:07 a.m. May 8, in Greenfield, on the charge of dominion/control of a firearm by a felon.
According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, 2:18 a.m. May 8, Adair County dispatch received a report of a male assaulted and shot at during altercation at the eastbound rest area of Interstate 80 . The victim advised that the person who assaulted him was part of a large group of motorcycles and a U-haul truck that were traveling together and that had left the rest area. A Stuart Police officer observed the group described at the entrance of the I-80 on-ramp and notified an Adair County deputy the motorcycles entered the interstate but the U-Haul was at a gas station in Stuart. Adair County deputy, assisted by Stuart Police Department, made contact with two individuals in the truck while parked at gas pumps; a female passenger and the driver, identified as Lundy. Both subjects were detained for officer safety, during which time Lundy was asked if there was a firearm in the vehicle, to which Lundy said yes. Deputy located a loaded firearm in the center console of the truck. Lundy’s criminal history showed he is a convicted felon, unable to legally possess a firearm.
Lundy was released from Adair County Jail after posting $5,000 cash or surety bond.
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Stormy Crawford, also known as Stormy Allen, 40, of Fontanelle, was taken into custody 11:02 p.m. May 8, in Greenfield, on the charge of possession of a controlled substance - marijuana, second offense.
According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, a vehicle traveling eastbound into Greenfield on Highway 92, was observed without taillights. A deputy initiated a traffic stop near southwest 2nd Street and Kent Avenue, making contact with the driver who identified herself as Stormy Allen and stated that she did not have a license. Crawford was asked to step out of the vehicle while her driving status was checked by deputy. When exiting the vehicle, it was observed that Crawford could not maintain her balance, stumbling and swaying while standing. Crawford was asked for consent to search her vehicle, which she provided. The deputy, assisted by Greenfield officer, searched the vehicle and Crawford’s purse located on the front passenger seat, finding two small containers of marijuana in the purse. Crawford has a prior drug conviction.
Crawford was released from Adair County Jail after posting $1,000 cash or surety bond.
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Michael W. Byles, 42, of Racine, Wisconsin, was taken into custody 3:05 a.m. May 9 by Iowa State Patrol near mile marker 95 on Interstate 80 on the charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance - marijuana, third or subsequent offense and cited for failure to provide proof of financial responsibility and speeding.
According to an Iowa State Patrol report, a vehicle that was westbound on Interstate 80 was determined to be going 81 miles per hour in a 70 mile per hour zone and stopped for speed. Iowa State Trooper made contact with the driver, identified as Byles and noted the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. When asked by the trooper if there was any marijuana in the vehicle, Byles motioned to the passenger seat where there was loose green leafy plant material sitting on the seat and also stated he had smoked a hour prior. During a probable cause search of the vehicle, the trooper located another bag of green leafy plant material under the drivers seat, as well as a grinder and tool used for rolling. Byles admitted to not having insurance on the vehicle and had multiple prior drug convictions in Wisconsin.
Byles is being held in Adair County Jail on $1,000 cash or surety bond.
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Stephan J. Wilson, 32, of Des Moines, was taken into custody 9:39 p.m. May 12, in Greenfield, on two Adair County warrants, the first for charge of violation of conditions of pretrial release for the original charge of disarming a police officer and the second for violation of conditions of pretrial release for the original charges of interference with official acts; harassment, third degree and assault.
According to Adair County court documents, Wilson was granted pretrial release from custody on the original charges Feb. 17, and signed an agreement to comply with any and all terms and conditions imposed by Department of Correctional Services while being supervised. May 10, Wilson was arrested in Polk County and charged with assault causing bodily injury, violating the conditions of his pretrial release. Warrants for the arrest and revocation of Wilson’s pretrial release were requested by Pretrial Release Division of the Fifth Judicial District, Department of Correctional Services in which new bond conditions will be imposed if Wilson posts bond.
He is currently being held in the Adair County Jail on $5,000 cash only bond.
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Taycey N. Post, 38, of Creston, was taken into custody 11:55 p.m. May 12, at 290th Street and Highway 25, on the charge of operating while under the influence, first offense.
According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, a deputy was following a white SUV westbound on 310th Street/Highway 25. The SUV was observed swerving back and forth in the westbound lane before the turn where the highway tracks back to the north. After making the turn north, the vehicle was observed crossing onto the white fog line twice and onto the center line twice. One of those times the SUV crossed onto the center line was as the vehicle met a school bus that was traveling south. After observing the tires of the SUV crossing over the center line, the deputy initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, identified as Post. Deputy reported being able to smell the odor of alcohol on Post’s breath and stated that Post admitted to having a drink earlier. Post consented to field sobriety testing and PBT test. Based on observations of the field sobriety tests and indicated clues of impairment from those tests, along with the result of the preliminary breath test, Post was taken into custody and transported to the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, where she consented to the withdrawal of a breath specimen on Datamaster, with a test result indicating a BrAC of .143%.
Post was released from Adair County Jail after posting $1,000 cash or surety bond.
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Brett A. Westfall, 33, of Adair, was taken into custody 12:21 a.m. May 14, at Cedar Avenue and White Pole Road, on the charge of operating while under the influence, second offense.
According to an Adair Police Department report, a white Jeep was observed failing to maintain its lane, nearly striking a bridge on Broad Street going across the Interstate 80 overpass by an Adair Police officer. A traffic stop was initiated and officer noted a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from the driver, identified as Westfall. While talking with Westfall, it was observed that he had bloodshot watery eyes and slurred speech. Westfall was asked to exit his vehicle by the officer, who observed Westfall to have trouble with his balance. Westfall stated that he had had about a six pack of beer to drink when asked. He consented to a preliminary breath test, which indicated a BrAC level of .184%. Westfall was transported to the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, where he agreed to provide a breath specimen on the Datamaster, with a test result indicating BrAC of .212%.
Westfall is being held in Adair County Jail on $2,000 cash or surety bond.