• Last modified 84 days ago (March 6, 2024)



These offense reports were released this past week by law enforcement agencies:


Disorderly conduct, theft by deception, domestic battery

A woman listed as a victim in one case became a suspect in another Thursday.

No arrests were made after a couple in the 500 block of S. Cedar St. in Marion reported at 8:35 p.m. Thursday that the woman’s former spouse had taken her $500 cell phone.

Deputies visited the ex-husband’s home in the 200 block of W. Santa Fe St., according to monitored transmissions, and recovered the phone.

In a report, Undersheriff Larry Starkey listed the woman as a victim of theft by deception and her male companion at the Cedar St. home as a victim of disorderly conduct involving fighting words or noisy conduct causing resentment.

No arrests were made until nearly four hours later, when Starkey and deputy Clayton Philpott were called back to the house on Cedar after the woman’s companion there told dispatchers she had hit him in the face.

Starkey initially called for, then canceling his call for Marion ambulance before booking Lindsey C. Grosse, 34, into county jail on suspicion of domestic battery. She was released 15 hours after posting a $1,000 bond.

Only Starkey’s report about the original theft and disorderly conduct allegations has been released by the sheriff’s department. An offense report on the domestic battery case afterward has not yet been released.

Last modified March 6, 2024