Luke Hommes, 37, of Stuart, was taken into custody 5:06 p.m. June 24 in Adair on the charge of OWI, first offense. He was also issued a citation for no valid license.
According to an Adair Police report, officers observed a silver vehicle going approximately 68 mph in a 35 mph zone. Officers initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle near 11th and Broad streets. The driver, identified as Hommes, told officers he did not have a valid license, at which time he was asked to sit in the front seat of the police vehicle. While speaking with Hommes, officers could smell a strong odor of alcoholic beverage, noticed slurred speech and blood shot watery eyes. Field sobriety testing provided several indicators that Hommes was intoxicated. Hommes agreed to a preliminary breath test which resulted in a reading of .174% BrAC. Hommes was transported to the Adair County Sheriff’s Office, where he consented to provide a breath sample for testing in the Datamaster. The result of that test indicated a reading of .182% BrAC.
Hommes was released from the Adair County Jail after posting $1,000 cash or surety bond.
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Jeffrey Dillenburg Jr., 21, of Creston, was taken into custody 2:34 a.m. June 25 in Adair on the charge of possession of a controlled substance, second offense and on a Dallas County warrant for the charge of failure to appear on the original charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to an Adair County report, deputies received a notification of a possible Dallas County warrant on a registered owner of a vehicle that was observed in the Kum & Go parking lot in Adair. Deputies made contact with the driver, identified as Dillenburg Jr., who was confirmed to be the subject with the possible warrant. Dillenburg was detained while the warrant was confirmed; once confirmed, a search incident to arrest was conducted and a small baggie containing a white crystalline substance, that Dillenburg advised was methamphetamine, was located in his right jean pocket.
Dillenburg was transported to the Adair County Jail where he was later released from after posting $2,000 cash or surety bond and $500 cash or surety to Dallas County.
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Markese Davis, 24, of Omaha, Nebraska, was taken into custody 8:29 a.m. June 26 on the charge of possession of a controlled substance - marijuana, first offense.
According to an Iowa State Patrol report, a 2018 Jeep Compass was observed traveling above the posted speed limit on Interstate 80. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with the driver, identified as Davis, at which time, the trooper reported to have been overwhelmed by the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Davis was issued a citation for speed and advised that a probable cause search of his vehicle would be conducted. Davis denied having any contraband on his person or in the vehicle. He was patted down for weapons, during that time, a baggie fell out of Davis’ pants and onto the ground that contained a green leafy substance.
Davis was transported to the Adair County Jail where he was later released from after posting $2,000 cash or surety bond.