For the Record – Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019

Fort Madison Police Report

12/16/19 – 9:18 a.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a property damage accident in the 1700 block of Avenue E.

12/16/19 – 10:03 a.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a larceny/theft in the 3400 block of Avenue N.

12/16/19 – 10:29 a.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a larceny/theft in the 2400 block of Avenue L.

12/16/19 – 10:47 a.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a property damage accident in the 5000 block of Avenue O.

12/16/19 – 11:37 a.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a property damage accident in the 2100 block of Avenue H.

12/16/19 – 12:00 p.m. – Fort Madison Police arrested Cody Sheridan Collins, 29, of Fort Madison at the Lee County Jail on charges of Arson 1st-degree and Reckless Use of a Fire. He was taken to the Lee County Jail and held.

12/16/19 – 2:52 p.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a property damage accident in the 1000 block of Avenue C.

12/16/19 – 5:44 p.m. – Fort Madison Police responded to a report of a property damage accident in the 3900 block of Bluff Road.

12/06/19 – 10:05 p.m. – Fort Madison Police arrested Austin Dean Schuelka, 30, of Fort Madison, in the 1500 block of Avenue H, on warrants for violation of parole and a controlled substance violation. He was taken to the Lee County Jail and held.

Lee County Sheriff’s Report

12/16/19 – 12:22 a.m. – Lee County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a two-vehicle accident in the 2400 block of 255th Street. According to the report, a vehicle driven by Paige Michelle Auge, 17, of Fort Madison was headed westbound on 255th and lost control on snowy conditions and slid across the roadway into eastbound traffic where she collided with a vehicle driven by Francis Leroy Spiesz, 73, of Farmington. No citations or injuries were reported.

Fort Madison Fire & Rescue Report

12/14/19 – Fort Madison Firefighters responded to two medical calls.

12/15/19 – Fort Madison Firefighters responded to four medical calls and two reports of gas odor.

12/16/19 – Fort Madison Firefighters responded to three medical calls.

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