Sheldon Police Arrest Sheldon Man On Charge Of First Degree Burglary In Latest Report

Date posted - September 14, 2013

sheldon pd police car rearSheldon, Iowa — A Sheldon man has been arrested on a felony burglary charge after an incident at Autumn Park Apartments.

The Sheldon Police Department has just recently reported that they arrested 38-year-old Hugh Ehlers on August 21st (2013). According to the police report, they charged him with First Degree Burglary, a Class B Felony. Officers allege entry to the building was forced on August 20th, but Ehlers was unarmed.

According to the report, Ehlers was cited but not transported to jail.

No further details were available about the incident.

In other news from the Sheldon Police, someone reported the theft of phones at Sheldon High School on Wednesday (9/11/13). The report doesn’t say who owned the phones, how many phones were taken, what type of phones they were, or what their estimated value was. It does say a 14-year-old Sheldon boy was cited into juvenile court on a charge of Fifth Degree Theft.

The police also report that they arrested 46-year-old Brian Parks of Sheldon on Sunday, September 8. He was charged with domestic abuse assault and transported to jail in Primghar.

They also took a report of the theft of three bicycles from the front yard of a home in the 500 block of Ninth Street. The alleged theft reportedly happened sometime between Sunday the 8th and Friday the 13th. The two boys bikes and one girls bike were all 20-inch bikes and valued at a combined total of $300.

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