Sheldon Police Arrest Sheldon Man On Felony Sexual Abuse In Connection With Alleged 2011 Incident

Date posted - September 30, 2013

sheldon pd police car rearSheldon, Iowa — In the latest from the Sheldon Police:

The police report they arrested 35-year-old Pelico Perez Elmer Roberto of Sheldon on Friday, September 27th. He was charged with two counts of Second Degree Sexual Abuse. The report says the offenses allegedly happened sometime in 2011. He was taken into custody and transported to jail in Primghar.

In other news from the Sheldon Police, officers also arrested 30-year-old Michael Dean Struble of Gilbert, Iowa on Sunday, September 29th on charges of Second Offense Operating While Intoxicated and driving while his license was suspended. He too was taken into custody and transported to jail in Primghar.

The police took a report of a vehicle being “keyed” at Sheldon High School. The incident is reported to have taken place on Tuesday evening, September 24th during a game. A door was damaged on the vehicle. Damage is estimated at $250.


A Sheldon woman’s car and a Sheldon teen’s car were damaged in an accident on Monday, September 30 in Sheldon.

The Sheldon Police Department reports that about 8:00 AM, 41-year-old Christine Wilbur of Sheldon was northbound on Washington Avenue in a 1997 Dodge. Nineteen-year-old Kelsey Cutsinger of Sheldon was westbound on Highway 18 in a 2000 Chrysler.

Wilbur had a green light and was crossing Highway 18 when her car was T-boned by the Cutsinger car. The report says Cutsinger failed to notice that the light was red.

Wilbur’s Dodge received $3000 damage. Cutsinger’s Chrysler received $3500 damage.

There were no injuries reported.

Cutsinger was charged with Failure To Obey Traffic Control Device.

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