Sheldon Man Arrested On Burglary & Assault Charges

Sheldon, Iowa — A Sheldon man faces a felony and a misdemeanor charge after an incident at a Sheldon apartment building last week.

According to court records, 59-year old Bradley Kleinwolterink of Sheldon is accused of forcibly entering an apartment on 16th Street in Sheldon, and assaulting the resident, causing injury to that resident.

Kleinwolterink faces a Serious Misdemeanor charge of Assault Causing Bodily Injury or Mental Illness, as well as a charge of Burglary in the 1st Degree, a Class “B” Felony, according to court papers.

According to the Iowa Crimial Code, the Burglary rises to the level of a 1st Degree Burglary due to the fact that Kleinwolterink allegedly committed an assault during the commission of the alleged burglary.

In addition, court records indicate that the alleged victim has applied for a No Contact Order against Kleinwolterink.

If convicted on both criminal charges, Kleinwolterink could face up to 25-years in prison on the Burglary charge, and up to a year in jail along with a $315 to $1,875 fine for the Assault Causing Bodily Injury charge, according to the Iowa Criminal Code.




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