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Sheldon Police Make Arrests, Take Theft, Vandalism Reports

Sheldon PD carSheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon Police Department arrested two people, took three reports of thefts from vehicles, and one report of tires being slashed in the last few days.

The police arrested 31-year-old Joshua Nelson of Sheldon on Tuesday, February 5th, on a charge of Serious Domestic Assault, a serious misdemeanor. He was taken into custody and transported to jail in Primghar.

Sheldon Police also arrested 28-year-old Anthony Fobb of Yankton on Wednesday, February 6 on a charge of Interference With Official Acts and Disorderly Conduct, both simple misdemeanors. He was also taken into custody and transported to jail in Primghar.

The police took a report from someone at a Tenth Street address, that sometime on Wednesday or Thursday the 6th or 7th, someone stole from a vehicle, some CD’s, a pliers and a screwdriver, vehicle registration, insurance cards, and a center console bag, valued at a combined total of $110.

Officers also took a report of a Garmin GPS unit stolen from another vehicle on Tenth Street in about the same time period. It was valued at $100.

The police took a report of the slashing of two tires on a vehicle while it was parked on a driveway on North Fifth Avenue, also on the 6th or 7th. The tires were valued at $200.

Sheldon Police also took a report of items stolen from a vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of a Fifth Street home on Thursday the 7th or Friday the 8th. Taken were a debit card, a wallet with driver’s license, a black bag, and $5 in cash, valued at a total of $25.

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