Sioux City Man In Custody In Orange City After Alleged Burglary, Assault

Orange City, Iowa — A Sioux City man has been arrested on burglary charges after an altercation in Orange City.

According to a criminal complaint filed with the Sioux County Clerk of Court’s Office by the Orange City Police Department, 18-year-old Marsellus Dean of Sioux City is accused of forcing his way into an apartment where his presence was not wanted or appreciated. He was arrested on Thursday, February 16th.

The complaint alleges that Dean forced his way into an apartment in southwest Orange City and allegedly assaulted the victim, who had a bloody nose after the alleged assault. It says Dean was neither wanted nor welcome in the apartment at the time of the alleged assault.

Dean was charged with first-degree burglary, a class B felony. If convicted, Dean could face up to 25 years in prison.

He faces a preliminary hearing on Tuesday, February 28th.

At last report, he remained in the Sioux County Jail in Orange City, without bond.

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