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Two Hawarden Residents Arrested In Chatsworth After Report Of Driving Without License

Chatsworth, Iowa — Two Hawarden residents have been arrested after an incident in Chatsworth.

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Sunday evening (5/20) at 7:40 PM, their office received a report of someone driving around Chatsworth without a valid driver’s license.

The next night, about 10:30 PM, a deputy from the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office was continuing with the
illegal driving investigation at 350 2nd Street, Chatsworth.

During the investigation 30-year-old Jim Langley Jr. of Hawarden was arrested and charged with driving while suspended and failure to file high-risk insurance, both simple misdemeanors.

When the deputy was arresting Langley, 43-year-old Darlene Sullivan of Hawarden allegedly interfered with the arrest. Sullivan was arrested and charged with interference with official acts, a simple misdemeanor.

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