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November 4, 6:43 p.m.: Deputy James Reynolds with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office responded to a vehicle versus deer accident that happened on Loess Hills Trail. Colby Allen Snodgrass, 19, of Council Bluffs, was driving a gray 2013 Toyota Tundra pickup south on Loess Hills Trail near 285th Street when he struck a deer. The pickup received $6,000 damage and was disabled. A tow was privately arranged.

November 4, 9:15 p.m.: Deputy Logan Lieber with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office responded to a vehicle versus deer accident that happened on Highway 30 near Woodbine. Kassidy Kay Willis, 23, of Woodbine, was driving a blue 2016 Chevrolet Silverado K150 pickup west on Highway 30 when she struck a deer that entered the roadway. The pickup received $1,500 damage to the front and could be driven away.

November 5, 7 p.m.: Deputy Brad Sieck with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a vehicle versus deer accident that happened on Easton Trail. Alex Brian Christoff, 59, of Woodbine, said he was driving his white 2015 Toyota Prius west on Easton Trail when a deer entered the roadway. Christoff’s vehicle struck the deer and received $5,000 damage to the front end and driver side. The vehicle was driven away from the scene. Sieck later traveled to 2553 Easton Trail and verified the damage to Christoff’s vehicle and observed that the vehicle had struck an animal.

November 6, 7:30 a.m.: Deputy Brad Sieck with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a vehicle versus deer accident that happened on Loess Hills Trail. Robin Marie Hixson, 57, of Woodbine, said she was traveling south on Loess Hills Trail just south of the intersection with 280th Street when a deer entered the roadway. Hixson’s red 2016 Chevrolet Silverado pickup struck the deer, resulting in $2,000 damage to the front end and side. Her vehicle was driven away from the scene.

November 7, 12 a.m.: Deputy Justin McMurray with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a single-vehicle accident that happened on 260th Street. A red 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis was traveling west on 260th Street when, for an unknown reason, the driver lost control and the vehicle flipped over in the opposing ditch. The Mercury was found unoccupied and with no sign of serious injury. The vehicle received $3,000 damage and a tow was arranged by the deputy.

November 8, 8:15 p.m.: Deputy Logan Lieber with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a hit and run accident that happened at Loess Hills Trail and Melody Oaks Trail. Melissa Marie Etter, 47, of Missouri Valley, was driving a silver 2017 Nissan Murano S south on Loess Hills Trail near Melody Oaks trail. She stopped her vehicle completely to turn left onto Melody Oaks Trail. A second vehicle was traveling north on Loess Hills Trail, also approaching Melody Oaks Trail. Etter said the second vehicle went into the oppose lane and sideswiped her vehicle on the driver’s side, causing her driver’s side mirror to break off. The second vehicle continued to travel north and failed to stop. Etter turned her vehicle around and followed the second vehicle north on Loess Hills Trail until it was out of sight. The only description of the second vehicle is that it was a silver-colored SUV. Etter’s vehicle received $2,000 damage to the front driver side. Etter was not injured.

November 9, 5:40 a.m.: Deputy Logan Lieber with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a vehicle versus deer accident that happened on Overton Avenue. Tara Lynette Poore, 36, of Logan, was driving a black 2014 Ford XPL south on Overton Avenue near 292 Lane when a deer entered the roadway. Poore’s vehicle struck the deer, resulting in $1,500 damage to her Ford.

November 9, 6:15 p.m.: Deputy Logan Lieber with the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office investigated a vehicle versus deer accident on Highway 30. James-Edward Klish, 71, of Omaha, Nebraska, was driving a gray 2004 Toyota Avalon west on Highway 30 when he struck a deer that entered the roadway. His vehicle received $3,000 damage and was disabled. A tow was privately arranged.

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