Two Arrested For Alcohol, Other Violations After Granville Area Traffic Stop

Date posted - March 22, 2013

jail behind barsGranville, Iowa — A man from Alton and one from Granville were arrested after a traffic stop on Wednesday (3/20).

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that one of their deputies made a traffic stop on Highway 10, two miles west of Granville in the 12 PM hour.

Upon further investigation, the deputy determined that the driver, 21-year-old Juan Torres-Perez of Alton was under the influence of alcohol.

The passenger, 20-year-old Ulises Ramos-Torres of Granville was arrested for open container and underage possession of alcohol.

Torres-Perez was arrested for operating while intoxicated, open container of alcohol, supplying alcohol to an underage person, driving without a valid license and forgery.

Print Friendly

Leave a Reply

Sheldon Broadcasting Company, Inc. appreciates your comments that abide by the following guidelines:
1. Avoid profanities or foul language.
2. Disagree, but avoid ad hominem (personal) attacks.
3. Threats are treated seriously and will be reported to law enforcement.
4. Spam and advertising are not permitted in the comments area.
These guidelines are very general and cannot cover every possible situation. Please don't assume that Sheldon Broadcasting Company, Inc. or its advertisers agrees with or otherwise endorses any particular comment. We reserve the right to filter or delete comments or to deny posting privileges entirely at our discretion. Please note that comments are reviewed by the selected staff and may not be posted immediately. If you feel your comment was filtered inappropriately, please email walt@kiwaradio.com.


Back to:Two Arrested For Alcohol, Other Violations After Granville Area Traffic Stop