Granville, IA — A Sheldon man backed into a vehicle on Monday, June 22nd in Granville.
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that at about 6:47 pm, 55-year-old Jeffrey Thompson of Sheldon was backing out of a residential driveway. According to the report, Thompson struck an unattended 2005 Pontiac owned by thirty-two-year-old Sheri Nibbelink of LeMars. Thompson left the scene, but was found later.
Jackson, Minnesota — A Davenport, Iowa couple are dead after an accident near Jackson, Minnesota.
The Minnesota State Patrol reports that about 6:30 PM on Monday, June 22, 2015, 67-year-old Richard Hedeen of Davenport was driving a 2008 BMW motorcycle westbound on Interstate 90, about a mile east of the Highway 71 exit at Jackson. Forty-year-old Sharon Rowlet of West Des Moines was eastbound on 90 in a 2012 Honda Odyssey.
The report says that Hedeen lost control of the motorcycle, which veered over the centerline in a construction zone. The motorcycle struck the minivan, resulting in the deaths of both driver and passenger.
The Jackson Ambulance took Rowlet to Sanford Jackson Hospital. The trooper says three juvenile passengers of the minivan were also transported from the scene with no apparent injury.
Both Hedeen’s BMW motorcycle and and Rowlet’s minivan were totaled.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson Fire Department and the Minnesota Department of Transportation assisted the Minnesota State Patrol at the scene.
Orange City, Iowa — An allegedly disgruntled employee at Premium Pet Health in Orange City faces assault charges after an incident at the plant.
The Orange City Police Department reports that charges have been filed in response to an incident that happened on Thursday, June 18th.
They report that they were called to Premium Pet Health in Orange City shortly after midnight on an assault call.
Officers investigated the situation, and then arrested 33-year-old Saul Bernabe Perez Chun of LeMars on a charge of serious assault.
Officers believe the assault stemmed from Perez Chun being suspended from work earlier in the day.
Sioux Center, Iowa — An Orange City woman was taken by helicopter to a Sioux Falls hospital after an accident in Sioux Center.
The Sioux Center Police Department reports that about 5:10 PM on Saturday, June 20, 2015, 21-year-old Breanne Cleveringa of Orange City was driving a 2002 Dodge southbound on Highway 75, in front of Vander Berg Furniture in Sioux Center.
The report says that for an unknown reason, the vehicle crossed the center line and left the roadway and entered the east ditch. It then went airborne through the landscaping and yard at 4162 US 75 before striking the northwest corner of the Vander Berg store.
After the Sioux Center Ambulance took Cleveringa to Sioux Center Health, she was further transported via Avera Careflight to Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, according to the report.
They say Cleveringa’s Dodge was totaled with $5000 in damages. The Vander Berg store sustained an estimated $15,000 in damages.
The Sioux Center Police Department advises that the investigation continues.
Sibley, IA — 50-year-old Kenneth Elder of Ocheyedan plead guilty to Violation of No Contact/Protective Order.
According to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, The Court orders Elder to pay no fine, a criminal penalty surcharge of 35%, and the court costs of this case. Elder is sentenced to 10 days in the county jail with all time suspended as informal probation to the Magistrate Court for a period of 2 years.
Sibley, IA — On June 22nd, 67-year-old David Bryngelson of Sibley, IA, plead guilty to 2 counts of Animal Neglect.
According to the Osceola Sheriff’s Office, Bryngelson is sentenced to pay a fine of $250 for each count plus the costs and surcharge for this case. The Court ordered that the judgment of conviction for 2 counts of Animal Neglect, both simple misdemeanors, be deferred for 1 year.
Bryngelson is to pay all court costs and restitution for any and all veterinarian bills that may be claimed in all 6 counts of this matter.