August 03, 2021


William Louis Ohrazda Jr., 20, of West 12th Street South Newton, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance third offense and third-degree theft 12:17 a.m. June 14 in Indianola.

According to an Osceola Police report, Ohrazda exited Wal-Mart in Osceola with several items of merchandise he had just stolen. While running from the store Ohrazda had a container with a brown tar substance in his possession and a baggie of crystalline substance. Ohrazda entered a white SUV and attempted to flee the area. Ohrazda drove a Ford Explorer at 104 MPH on northbound I-35 in the 70 MPH zone while attempting to elude 3 fully marked law enforcement vehicles that had lights and sirens activated. After crashing the Explorer and being taken into custody the methamphetamine, heroin and stolen items were all recovered. Ohrazda admitted the brown tar substance was heroin and the crystalline substance was methamphetamine. Ohrazda has one prior conviction for possession of methamphetamine in Iowa. The crystalline substance was field tested and tested positive for methamphetamine.

Bond was set at $13,000.

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Kaylie Renee Yarber, 19, of Country Club Drive Osceola, was charged with vicious dog unconfined 6:31 a.m. June 15 at 212 Country Club Dr.

According to an Osceola Police report, the dog, black and white in color and Pit Bull in appearance, was aggressive and chasing other residents in the neighborhood. The dog was loose and running around the neighborhood. The dog was barking and appeared to be aggressive.

Bond unknown.

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Kyle Warren Parker, 32, of North Tracy Street Wichita, KS, was charged with public intoxication- school, etc. 2:15 a.m. Friday at 1706 Jeffreys Dr.

According to an Osceola Police report, the Casey’s General Store clerk informed officers that around the corner Parker had been bothering customers. Officers walked around the corner and saw Parker standing by a dumpster. It appeared that he just urinated on the ground as a puddle was rolling down hill away from where he was standing. Parker was clearly intoxicated. He was slurring his words and couldn’t stand without swaying. Parker admitted that he was drunk. Parker was aggressive at times and then calmed down at other times. He threatened to beat several people up that were not like him. Officers were trying to get Parker into the Quality Inn but he refused to go. At this point, he was placed under arrest for public intoxication.

Bond was set at $300.

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Terrin Treshon Hicks, 27, of Jefferson Avenue Des Moines, was charged with possession of controlled substance third offense and fifth-degree theft 12:34 a.m. Saturday at the Osceola Police Department.

According to an Osceola Police report, Hicks drove a 2004 Lexus RX300 and the license plate was stolen from a vehicle in Windsor Heights. Windsor Heights PD did confirm the license plate as being stolen. Hicks admitted to driving the vehicle and had the keys to the vehicle in his pocket. The value of the license plate was less than $300. Hicks had a baggie containing a crystalline substance in the coin pocket of his jeans. The baggie weighed approximately two grams. The crystalline substance was later field tested and tested positive for methamphetamine. Hicks has two prior controlled substance convictions in Iowa.

Bond was set at $5,300.

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Pedro Miguel Sabastian , 19, of South Jackson Street #5, was charged with OWI and eluding 9 p.m. Saturday at 300 S. Jackson St.

Report currently unavailable. Bond unknown.

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Shirley Dierks, of Osceola, reported credit/ATM fraud 8:50 a.m. June 14 at 522 N. Main St.

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Perry McWilliams, of Osceola, reported business vandalism 11:09 a.m. June 16 at 117 Mateer Dr.