Newton Police Department
• Karen F. Doonan, 30, of Newton was cited for following a vehicle too close after striking another vehicle at a stoplight in the 300 block of First Avenue East at 5:41 p.m. Tuesday. Doonan and Alex Jackson Bare, 16, of Newton were traveling east. Doonan said she thought the light had changed and rear-ended Bare’s vehicle. An officer estimated the damage to Doonan’s vehicle at $100 and Bare’s at $800. No injuries occurred, and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
• Cody L. Kessler, 25, of Newton was charged with second-degree theft on Wednesday in connection with a report of stolen property on May 10 at 1750 W. Fourth St. N. Police asked Kessler if they could search his home for stolen property. Police then observed a 73-inch television and a laptop matching the description on the stolen property. Police left to retrieve serial numbers, and during this time, Kessler threw the laptop in the trash. When the officers returned, they noticed the laptop was missing, and Kessler said that he didn’t know where the computer was. After executing a search warrant and finding additional stolen property, Kessler admitted to throwing the laptop in the trash. The estimated cost of the television is $4,000 and the laptop is $350.
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