Arrest, accident and citation reports through Sept. 30

The following arrest and citation information was taken from media reports issued by the Winnemucca Police Department, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, and the Nevada Highway Patrol.

 

Troopers recover marijuana from accident scene

WINNEMUCCA — Troopers from the Nevada Highway Patrol investigating the scene of a head-on collision near Denio on Wednesday (Sept. 22), allegedly discovered a cooler full of marijuana in the accident debris.

According to the report generated by the NHP, troopers responded to SR 140 for a two-vehicle, head-on collision in which two people were injured.

Trooper Peter Zach Peterson alleged the driver of the second vehicle told him he observed one of the occupants of the other vehicle kick out the back window and make a frantic search through the sagebrush.

Acting on that information, Peterson and Trooper Tony Roth made a search of the scene and found a blue cooler 150 feet from the accident.

They opened the cooler, which allegedly contained 20 vacuum-sealed packages of marijuana.

Following treatment and release from HGH, Roschann Antwann Greer, 34, of Tulsa, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and sale of marijuana. He was booked into the Humboldt County Detention Center on $15,000 bail.

 

Driver of motorhome takes a wild ride through the desert

WINNEMUCCA — A woman driving through Humboldt County in her motorhome took a wild ride after being struck from behind by another vehicle. The accident occurred on Tuesday, Sept. 28.

According to the report generated by the Nevada Highway Patrol, two vehicles were eastbound on Interstate 80 near the Rose Creek exit when a vehicle struck the motorhome from behind.

The driver reportedly told NHP he was drowsy and did not realize he was rapidly approaching the other, slower vehicle. Unable to avoid a collision, the right front of the vehicle struck the left rear of the motorhome.

The impact caused the motorhome to rotate counterclockwise and leave the paved portion of the roadway. The motorhome continued down the embanked median for hundreds of feet before crashing through a barbed-wire fence and hitting a concrete culvert. The force of the impact caused the motorhome to become airborne over the culvert – crashing down on the other side.

The driver of the motorhome was extracted by HGH EMS and transported to the hospital where she was kept overnight for observation.

A juvenile passenger from the car was also transported by EMS to the hospital as a precaution.

 

Friday, Sept. 17

  • Rachel Vaneeten, 33, of McDermitt, was charged with DUI, reckless driving, and provoking assault. Bail was $969.

Wednesday, Sept. 22

  • Anna Rebecca Romero, 38, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was $627.

Friday, Sept. 24

  • Cassandra Dykstra, 39, was charged with misdemeanor simple battery. Bail was $1,137.
  • Dirk Dykstra, 41, was charged with simple battery. Bail was set at $1,137.
  • Charles Kolosik, 43, of Aurora, Colo., was charged with non-resident driving privileges suspended, speeding, possession of paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana. Bail was $1,878.
  • Dustin Daniel Schermeister, 29, was charged with reckless driving for allegedly driving 75 mph in a 25 mph zone.

Sunday, Sept. 26

  • Brian Edward Sherburn, 32,McDermitt, was charged with domestic battery with strangulation and being a sex-offender who failed to register. The allegations were that a witness saw the subject kicking the victim. Bail was $12,500.

Monday, Sept. 27

  • Kelvin Clarence Clayton, 75, of Orem, Utah, was cited for failure to yield the right of way at an intersection following a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Bridge and Haskell Streets. The report generated by the WPD indicated driver did not know the area and thought the intersection was a four-way stop. He stopped then continued — striking another vehicle northbound on Bridge St.

Tuesday, Sept. 28

  • Robert Eugene Wadleigh, 25, was arrested on an outstanding warrant charging failure to appear in court. He was placed on a no-bail hold.
  • A 13-year-old male juvenile was charged with petit larceny after he allegedly took a soda from without paying for it.
  • Samantha R. Schofield, 21, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, obtain/possess credit card without owners permission, and two outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court. Bail for the two FTA warrants was $1,000 each –cash only. Bail for the credit card charges was $10,000.

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