Joshua Martin Soll, 22, of 31 Centennial St., Miles, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to charging documents, on Aug. 28, an officer smelled marijuana while stopped at a stop sign at 352 Ferry Road, Miles, and Soll admitted to having a marijuana pipe in his pocket.

Rebecca Jane Patterson, 27, of 914 Cardinal Dr., Maquoketa, was charged with a controlled substance violation and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Sept. 2 on the 900 block of Cardinal Drive, Patterson was stopped for driving with a suspended license. The odor of marijuana came from the vehicle, and Patterson admitted to it being in the vehicle, according to charging documents. A search resulted in the discovery of numerous baggies, a pipe with methamphetamine residue, a small wooden box with a one-hitter and two Ecstasy pills that Patterson said were being held as collateral, according to charging documents.

Kristian Reuel Shearer, 37, of 303 N. Anna St., Preston, was charged with second-offense operating under the influence, first-offense possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and child endangerment.

On Aug. 31 at Highway 52 and 362nd Ave., Shearer was stopped for speeding. An adult passenger and child were also in the vehicle. Officers smelled marijuana, and Shearer admitted to smoking marijuana before leaving Bellevue, according to charging documents, and he showed signs of intoxication and admitted having marijuana in his pant pocket. The vehicle contained marijuana between the driver’s seat and console and a pipe in the console. A third bag of marijuana was found in a purse in the vehicle. The marijuana totaled 38.5 grams, including packaging.

Thad Lee Stockham, 41, of 103 N. Otto St., Maquoketa, was charged with first-

offense operating under the influence.

Stockham was stopped for failing to have taillights on Myatt Drive and Summit Street in Maquoketa Aug. 30. Stockham showed signs of intoxication, failed sobriety tests, tested above the legal limit and had a metal jar containing beer in the vehicle, according to charging documents.

Audrey Marie Baumann Roling, 32, guilty plea to second-offense operating while intoxicated, 180 days in jail (173 suspended), probation, $1,850, surcharges and probation.

Brittany Ann Bromley, 19, charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and charge of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, first offense, each dismissed, costs.

Mackenzie David Bullock, 23, of 118 E. Main St., Springbrook, guilty plea to assault, $200 fine, costs and surcharges.

Christopher M. Blume, 32, of 651 Schiller Road, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, was charged with disorderly conduct (fighting or violent behavior), possession of drug paraphernalia, a controlled substance violation, and introduction of intoxicants or drugs into an institution.

According to charging documents, after an accident on Sept. 7 at the bridge over the Maquoketa North Fork on Highway 61, Blume took off running through the brush, eventually coming across bystanders and beginning to fight with them. While being transported, Blume became combative and again began to fight, until he had to be restrained. At the hospital, he was uncooperative and pulled out his IVs, according to court files.

In a search of the vehicle, deputies found several gem baggies with cocaine residue inside and three gem begs containing cocaine and weighing 0.7 grams each, as if the drugs were divided into equal parts for reselling, according to charging documents. In a search of Blume’s property at the jail, officers found 0.7 grams of cocaine.

Kane Michael Krabbenhoft, 18, of 16 S. Washington St., Andrew, was charged with third-degree theft.

According to charging documents, between July 14 and Sept. 2 at Andrew Country Mart, video shows Krabbenhoft making eight false refunds on the cash register, taking the cash that was “refunded,” which totaled $773.46.

Cassie J. Lundin, 26, of 437 Sixth Ave. S., Clinton, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, and possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine.

On Sept. 8 on the 4000 block of 500th Avenue, Miles, Lundin was stopped while driving with a suspended license. A K9 search of the vehicle resulted in the discovery of syringes, marijuana grinders, a scale, bags and wraps for injecting drugs intravenously, as well as less than a gram of methamphetamine, a vape cartridge that tested positive for THC and a wooden one-hitter box containing marijuana, according to charging documents.

Jeffery Adam Scott Miller, 19, of 1505 E. Platt St., Trailer 136, Maquoketa, was charged with two counts of driving while barred.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 2 on the 100 block of Cresland Drive, Miller was driving while barred.

On Sept. 6 on Highway 61, Miller also was driving while barred. Miller was issued warnings for improper lane changing, failure to provide proof of financial responsibility and failure to carry a registration card. 

Wayde Allen Palecki Jr., 18, of 408 W. Platt St., Maquoketa, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 6, Palecki took two smartphones from their boxes and hid the phones, leaving Wal-Mart without paying for the phones.

Melina Rae Schulz, 43, of 505 S. Eliza St., Maquoketa, was charged with second-

offense operating while intoxicated.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 4, Schulz was called into the law center for erratic behavior while driving. Upon being stopped, Schulz jumped out of the vehicle, could not stop moving, and could not focus. Schulz was unable to complete field sobriety testing due to inability of focus, had no alcohol on her breath and refused urine testing, according to charging documents.

Dustin Joseph Steines, 30, of 603 Water St., LaMotte, was charged with public intoxication and first-offense domestic abuse assault.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 28 at the Jackson County Fairgrounds, Steines, from the backseat of a vehicle, reached around to the driver and attacked the driver by pinning the driver to the seat, making it difficult for the victim to breath, as well as hitting things in the car and injuring the victim’s finger. Steines had impaired speech, admitted to drinking and tested above the legal limit, according to charging documents.

Stephen Joe Thomas, 34, of 1470 1/2 Adair St., Dubuque, was charged with first-

offense possession of a controlled substance.

On Aug. 30 at Highway 61 and 199th Avenue, Thomas was a passenger in a vehicle. A pat-down revealed 1.7 grams of marijuana in Thomas’s pocket, according to charging documents.

Austin William Tucker, 23, of 2028 Garfield St., Clinton, was charged with driving with a denied or revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 5 on the 100 block of East Maple Street, an officer attempted to stop a vehicle with no plates. The driver, later identified as Tucker,  first attempted to flee, then stopped. Tucker was driving with a revoked license. A K9 alerted on the vehicle, and a search found a pipe containing methamphetamine residue.

Daniel Lee White, 45, of 907 Kathey Drive, Maquoketa, was charged with assault.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 5, White assaulted a victim by rubbing grease and oil on the victim’s back while threatening the victim with bodily harm.

Jacob Andrew Boothby, 47, of 7203 358th Ave., Spragueville, guilty plea to first-offense possession of a controlled substance, 30 days in jail, probation, $315 fine and surcharges; probation revocation following a guilty plea to assault with intent to inflict serious injury, 30 days in jail (to run at the same time) and probation.

Timothy Williams Evans, 37, of 503 E. Locust St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to first-offense operating while intoxicated, 30 days in jail (28 suspended), probation, $1,250 fine and surcharges.

Angela Marie Jobe Johnston, 38, of 2419 Lutheran Dr., Muscatine, guilty plea to first-offense operating while intoxicated, 30 days in jail (28 suspended), $1,250 fine, surcharges and probation.

Wayde Allen Palecki Jr., 18, of 408 W. Platt St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to fifth-degree theft, $100 fine, costs and surcharge.

Randy Ray Olsen, 53, of 314 N. Walnut St., Maquoketa, guilty plea to third-offense possession of marijuana, 180 days in jail (170 suspended), probation, $625 fine, surcharges and probation.

Jenna Lynn Carr, 24, of 507 1/2 Pearl St., Sabula, was charged with first-offense operating under the influence.

Carr was driving on Sept. 19 at Creslane and West Platt Street, Maquoketa. Carr smelled of alcohol, admitted to drinking, failed field sobriety tests and tested above the legal limit, according to charging documents.

Jason Michael Glass, 39, of 302 Kane St., Manchester, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Sept. 14, Glass was walking along Highway 62 on the south side of Andrew after being involved in a disturbance. Glass told officers that he had a pot pipe in his pocket, and a search revealed three pipes containing marijuana residue, according to charging documents.

Adam Tomas Graves, 38, of 142 W. Wilson St., Preston, was charged with disorderly conduct, loud or raucous noise.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 11 near the 300 block of Anna Street in Preston, two witnesses stated, and video showed, Graves burning out with his motorcycle in his garage, making smoke and waking a child.

Jonathan David Moore, 29, of 1900 White St., Apt. 3, Dubuque, was charged with disorderly conduct, abusive epithet or threatening gesture.

According to charging documents, on Sept. 13 near 283rd Avenue, Moore was parked on the traveled portion of Highway 61, waving his arms and disrupting traffic. When officers arrived, Moore was sitting in the ditch with his pants down, telling officers he was defecating. Moore then began to respond violently to officers, raising his voice in a threatening manner, punching his car and yelling loudly, according to charging documents.

Robert John Barton, 43, of 13453 Bellevue-Cascade Road, Zwingle, guilty plea to fourth-degree theft, $315 fine, surcharges and damages.