Sheldon Police Cover Several Incidents, Accidents
Date posted - August 27, 2012
Someone on Oak Street reported on Friday, August 17 that someone damaged their door in the 8 AM hour. It was valued at $150. That same day, the police cited 21-year-old Breana Richardson. She was charged with criminal mischief in the fourth degree in connection with the damage to the door.
Eight people were charged with underage drinking early on Sunday the 19th. They include
- 20-year-old Alex Rodriguez of Worthington
- 19-year-old Niki Xayboutda of Sheldon
- 18-year-old Justine Trijeque of Sheldon
- 18-year-old Jesus Soto of Worthington
- 19-year-old Javier Martinez of Worthington
- A 17-year-old boy from Orange City
- A 15-year-old boy from Denison
- 18-year-old E. J. Medina of Hawarden
Medina was also charged with interference with official acts.
Four broken windows were reported in the report.
One was alleged to have happened sometime on the weekend of the 18th at a Seventh Avenue Address. It was valued at $150.
One was alleged to have happened on Wednesday the 22nd at an address on South Second Avenue. The window was a two-pane version — and both panes broke. The window was valued at $200.
Another window was broken sometime before Monday, August 20th. This one was at an address on Washington Avenue. The single-pane window was valued at $50.
The last of the four broken windows happened on Wednesday, August 22nd, at an address on Eighth Street. The window was the back window on a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan. The value was not listed.
Vehicles driven by two Sheldon teens were damaged in an accident on Friday, August 17th in Sheldon.
The Sheldon Police Department reports that about 3:25 PM, 15-year-old Travis Buyert of Sheldon was southbound on 19th Avenue, in a 2000 Ford, and was slowing down because of traffic ahead of him. Sixteen-year-old Tanner Whitsell of Sheldon was also southbound on 19th Avenue, behind Buyert in a 2000 Jeep.
Whitsell rear-ended the Buyert vehicle.
Buyert’s Ford received $1000 damage. Whitsell’s Jeep received $1000 damage.
There were no injuries reported.
Whitsell was charged with failure to maintain control.
A Primghar woman’s car and a Sibley woman’s car were damaged in an accident on Saturday, August 18 in Sheldon.
The Sheldon Police Department reports that about 1:45 PM, a 1999 Ford, owned by Angelica Hodgen of Primghar was parked in a parking space in front of 301 Tenth Street. Fifty-four-year-old Evedeliza Minten of Sibley was westbound on Tenth Street in a 2004 Dodge.
Minten turned from Tenth Street into the parking spaces and lost control, striking the Hodgen car.
Hodgen’s Ford received $1500 damage, as did Minten’s Dodge.
Minten was charged with failure to maintain control.
The police arrested 22-year-old Adam Miler on Saturday, August 25. They charged him with disorderly conduct. He was taken into custody and transported to jail in Primghar.
Also, the owners of Dairy Dandy reported that someone stole about $8 in quarters from their shop. The quarters all had dates of 1968 to 1971.
And someone on Eighth Avenue reported the theft of a motorcycle key.
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