Sheldon Police Cite One, Arrest One, Take Report, Cover Accident
Date posted - February 29, 2012
In the latest Sheldon Police report,
They cited 18-year-old Jeremy Sheriff of Sheldon on Saturday, February 18, on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was cited on complaint and released.
They arrested 20-year-old Ethan Movick of rural Sioux City on Thursday, February 23rd on an O’Brien County Warrant for Second Degree Criminal Mischief. He was taken into custody and transported to the O’Brien County Jail.
Someone reported that their Smith and Wesson handgun was stolen from their unlocked pickup, while it was parked near Highway 18 and Second Avenue. The crime allegedly happened between February 17 and February 19.
Innovative Machine and Tool on Second Avenue in Sheldon reported that sometime on Friday the 24th or Saturday the 25th, someone broke into their business. The only thing listed as missing or damaged was the door itself, including its lock and latch, valued at $150.
The Sheldon Police also covered an accident.
A Sheldon woman’s SUV and a Primghar woman’s crossover SUV were damaged in an accident on Friday, February 24 in Sheldon.
The Sheldon Police Department reports that about 3:20 PM, 43-year-old Laura Gesink of Sheldon was backing out of a residential driveway on Tenth Street, in a 2000 Chevy. Forty-eight-year-old Miriam Wagner of Primghar was westbound on Tenth Street in a 2010 Chevy.
Gesink did not see the Wagner vehicle and she continued backing into the path of the Wagner vehicle. Wagner tried evasive action of braking and turning away from the approaching Gesink vehicle, but it struck the right side of the Wagner vehicle.
Gesink’s Chevy received $1500 damage. Wagner’s Chevy received $3500 damage.
There were no injuries.
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