Sheldon Police Handle Two OWI Cases

Date posted - May 17, 2013

drunk driving OWI DWI iStockSheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon Police have handled two Operating While Intoxicated cases in the last few days, and both drivers had been picked up for OWI before.

They report that they arrested 50-year-old Larry Dean Rozeboom of Sheldon on Wednesday evening (5/15). They report he was arrested at Highway 18 and Western Avenue, and was charged with Second Offense OWI. He was taken into custody and transported to the Sioux County Jail in Orange City.

The Police also report that they arrested 28-year-old Stephany Smith of Sheldon on Saturday, May 11th. Officers say she was arrested in the 100 block of Washington Avenue, and was charged with Third Offense OWI. Third offense OWI is a Class D Felony, and if convicted, Smith will face at least 30 days in jail. She was taken into custody and transported to the O’Brien County Jail in Primghar.

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One Response to “Sheldon Police Handle Two OWI Cases”

  1. Robert Keller says:

    Third OWI at age 28? I had 3 by age 20! But I quit drinking March 23 1980 so maybe she is overdue to start on her sobriety also!

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