Pound Count

Yankton Animal Control has several pets looking for their owner. If you are missing your cat or dog, call dispatch at 605-668-5210. If you wish to adopt an animal, contact Heartland Humane Society at 605-664-4244.

Daily Record Policy

The Press & Dakotan publishes police and sheriff reports as a public service to its readers. It is important to remember that an arrest should not imply guilt and that every person is presumed innocent until proven otherwise. When juveniles are released from jail, it is into the care of a parent or guardian.

It is the policy of the Press & Dakotan to publish all names made available in the police and court reports. There are no exceptions.

Arrests

• Tiffany Dilley, 28, Yankton, was arrested Friday on a probation hold.

• Tricia Gauker, 41, Yankton, was arrested Friday for possession of a controlled substance, simple assault (domestic) and on a warrant for contempt of court.

• Justin Brown, 28, Yankton, was arrested Friday on a parole hold.

• Elizabeth Pounds, 39, Canistota, was arrested Friday on a warrant for breach of conditions without order.

• Christopher Pokorney, 35, Yankton, was arrested Friday for possession of a forged instrument.

• Anthony Richards, 32, Sioux Falls, was arrested Friday for unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug or substance, careless driving, maintenance of financial responsibility, driving with a suspended license and driving under the influence.

• Martin Little Eagle, 30, Sioux Falls, was arrested Friday for disorderly conduct.

• Scott Hartranft, 43, Yankton, was arrested Friday for driving with a revoked license and driving under the influence.

• Nathan Greer, 36, Yankton, was arrested Friday on a parole hold.

• Aaron Starr, 40, Yankton, was arrested Saturday on a parole hold.

• William Long, 30, Yankton, was arrested Saturday on a parole hold.

• Christopher Healy, 47, Yankton, was arrested Saturday on a parole hold.

• Justine Waterbury, 19, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for possession of a controlled substance, unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug or substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and a seatbelt use violation.

• Rowdy Anderson Berger, 26, O’Neill, Neb., was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence and resisting arrest.

• Judd Tibbetts, 34, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for driving with a revoked license and a seatbelt use violation.

• Brianna Williams, 28, Yankton, was arrested Saturday on a Hope Court violation.

• Santos Neck, 42, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for violation of a protection order. Neck was arrested again Sunday on a Department of Corrections hold.

• John Bryant, 68, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for simple assault.

• Brady Wiedmeier, 24, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for driving under the influence.

• Toby Bryant, 44, Yankton, was arrested Saturday for first-degree petty theft.

• Todd Puttmann, 52, Sioux Center, Iowa, was arrested Saturday for boating under the influence.

• Craig Gessler, 42, Elk Point, was arrested Saturday for boating under the influence.

• Richard Wade, 48, Yankton, was arrested Saturday on a probation hold.

• Angel Greene, 28, Hiawatha, Kan., was arrested Saturday on a warrant.

• Gregory Godfrey, 57, Yankton, was arrested Sunday on a warrant for failure to appear.

• Nicholas Pistoni, 31, Harrisville, R.I., was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence.

• Joseph Riffey, 46, Yankton, was arrested Sunday for aggravated assault (domestic).

• Tyler Banks, 20, Yankton, was arrested Sunday for threatening law enforcement or family and possession of a loaded firearm while intoxicated.

• Kang Aluong, 29, Sioux Falls, was arrested Sunday for obstructing an officer, jailer or firefighter; simple assault; resisting arrest; and on two warrants for failure to appear and warrants for failure to comply and violation of terms and conditions.

• Loretta Hare, 45, Yankton, was arrested Monday on warrants for failure to appear and failure to comply.

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