Creston Police

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Mandi L. Stowers, 46, of Osceola, was taken into custody 12:11 p.m. May 16, at the intersection of Maple and Montgomery streets on the charge of burglary, 3rd degree (theft of a motor vehicle).

According to a Creston Police report, officers received information reference location of a possible stolen vehicle near the intersection of Maple and Montgomery streets. When officers arrived in the area, a bronze 2002 Chevy Impala was located with a female sitting in the drivers seat, identified as Stowers. Stowers told officers that the vehicle belonged to her. The VIN number of the vehicle and license plate were ran by officers and the vehicle was verified as not belong to Stowers and as reported stolen by the registered owner.

Stowers is being held in Adams County Jail on $1,000 cash or surety bond.

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Damian J. Gibbons, 18, of Creston, was served 3 p.m. May 17, with a Union County warrant for the charge of violation of probation on the original charge of harassment, second degree. Gibbons was served warrant while being held in the Union County Jail on unrelated charges.

According to a Department of Correctional Services report, Gibbons, was granted a deferred judgement on March 11 for a harassment charge, he was placed on a probation for one year and ordered to pay court costs and supervision fees. On May 10, Gibbons was arrested in Union County for three counts of burglary, third degree and one count of attempted burglary, third degree. As of May 16, Gibbons has not made any payments towards his fees or court costs.

Gibbons continues to be held in the Union County Jail on $3,000 cash or surety bond which includes $1,000 for the violation of probation charge.

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Autumn L. Booth, 23, of Cromwell, was taken into custody 12:27 p.m. May 17, at Maurices, for the charge of theft, second degree.

According to a Creston Police report, the district manager of the clothing store Maurices, where Booth was employed, reported that Booth was interviewed by management due to an investigation being done, where she admitted to management that she had taken items from the store without payment and created fraudulent customer return transactions in which she kept the funds from the returns. In total, Booth was said by management to have taken $2,736.14 in merchandise and cash from the store.

Booth was released from the Union County Jail after posting $5,000 cash or surety bond.