Weekly Record, Dec. 31
Arrest Report – Tama County Jail
December 31, 2021 – January 5, 2022
A criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
Gabriel Louis Garcia, 22, of Tama was arrested by Tama Police for OWI (1st offense). Garcia was released on his own recognizance the same day.
Krystol Marie Andrews, 35, of Cedar Rapids was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Office on a warrant for forgery by the Marshalltown Police Department.
Terry Lee Echols, 48, of Gladbrook was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Office for violation of a no contact order. Echols was released on his own recognizance on Jan. 1.
Kristen Lynn Arp, 55, of Tama was arrested by Tama Police for violating terms of a pretrial release agreement.
Cheyenne Rucker, 21, of Toledo was arrested by Toledo Police for domestic assault causing bodily injury, abandonment or neglect of a dependent person, interference with official acts, escape from custody and public intoxication.
Cristian Cortez Lugo, 27, of Marshalltown was arrested by Meskwaki Police for OWI (2nd offense).
John Michael Hamlin, 34, of Beaman was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Office for OWI (1st offense), striking fixtures upon a highway and for failure to maintain control of a vehicle.
Dalton James Mitchell, 30, of Toledo was arrested by Toledo Police for violation of a no contact order. Mitchell was released on his own recognizance on Jan. 2.
Jose Andres Crisant-Salazar, 25, of Tama was arrested by Toledo Police for OWI (1st offense), improper registration plate lamp, driving without a valid driver’s license and possession of a controlled substance. Crisanto-Salazar was released on his own recognizance on Jan. 3.
James N Bullshoe, 29, of Tama was arrested by Tama Police on a warrant for failure to appear in court. Bullshoe was released on Jan. 3 on bond.
Adriana Delores Romero, 26, of Tama was arrested by Toledo Police for OWI (1st offense). Romero was released on her own recognizance on Jan. 4.
Omar Alejandro Cruz, 30, of Marshalltown was arrested by Meskwaki Police for possession of a controlled substance. Cruz was released the next day on his own recognizance.
Lance Eugene Gibson, 31, of Toledo was arrested by the Tama County Sheriff’s Office for violation of a no contact order. Gibson was released the same day after pleading guilty to the charge.
Diego Miguel Navarro, 23, of Tama was arrested by Tama Police for public intoxication
Jared Jayson Piper, 40, of Tama entered a written plea in district court on Jan. 6 of not guilty to charges including three counts of failure to comply with sex offender registry requirements, second or subsequent offense – a Class D felony. Charges stem from an incident which took place on June, 20, 2021 in Marion County, Iowa. Piper was arrested at the time for operating while intoxicated by the Marion County Sheriff’s Dept. after being allegedly found passed out in the driver’s seat of his vehicle. The Marion County deputy learned Piper was a registered sex offender residing in Tama County but that the vehicle Piper was operating that day was not registered with the Iowa Sex Offender Registry which Iowa law requires. A warrant was issued for Piper’s arrest on July 21, 2021. Piper was arrested on Nov. 9, 2021 and released on cash bond. Piper has waived his right to a speedy trial. A jury trial is set for April 4, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. Piper is being represented by attorney Richard L. Pazdernik, Jr. of Cedar Rapids.
Michael Lee Bradley, 52, of Traer had his jury trial reset on Jan. 6, 2022, to March 28, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Bradley was previously charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, an aggravated misdemeanor, as a result of an incident which took place on Oct. 10, 2020, in Traer. Bradley is alleged to have intentionally swerved his vehicle into another individual’s vehicle following an incident that took place in front of Bradley’s Traer home. A juvenile passenger in the other vehicle sustained injuries on their arm as a direct result of the vehicle collision with Bradley. Bradley is being represented by attorney Audra F. Saunders of Des Moines.