Two arrested for possession of controlled substances
On the evening of Thursday, Nov 1, at approximately 7:51 p.m., a Storm Lake Police Officer stopped a vehicle in the 1000 block of Geneseo Street for a traffic offense.
Upon contacting the driver identified as Amanda Lee, age 20 of Sioux City, police allege they determined that she had in her possession medications requiring a prescription, however, she did not have the necessary prescription.
Police further made contact with a passenger identified as Dallas Wilde, age 21 of Sioux City, who police allege had an open container of alcohol in his possession. In addition police allege Wilde was in possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and six different prescription medications which were not prescribed to him.
Upon impounding the vehicle police report they located and seized an additional quantity of marijuana from the vehicle.
Following an investigation Storm Lake Police charged Lee with three counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methadone, Hydrocodone, and Xanex) (serious misdemeanor), Possession of a Prescription Drug -- Hydroxyzine (serious misdemeanor), and two counts of Drug Tax Stamp Violation (class D felony). She was booked into the Buena Vista County Jail on a $14,000 cash bond.
Wilde was charged with six counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance (Xanex, Methadone, Hydrocodone, three different strengths of Morphine) (serious misdemeanor), Possession of Marijuana (serious misdemeanor), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Open Container (both simple misdemeanors). He was booked into the county jail on a $7,600 cash bond.
On Oct 29, at approximately 3:54 p.m., at the intersection of Ontario and W. 6th in Storm Lake, a vehicle driven by Dale Verleye of Ewa Beach, Hawaii was involved in an accident with another vehicle driven by Chantel Younie of Storm Lake. The two vehicles collided ,causing total damages estimated at $2,500. Verleye was cited for Failure to Yield Upon Entering Highway.
On Oct 29, at approximately 4:15 p.m., at the intersection of Erie and E. Milwaukee in Storm Lake, a vehicle driven by Dennis Gorde of Alta, was involved in an accident with another vehicle driven by Tzama Miles of Storm Lake. The two vehicles collided, causing total damages estimated at $1,300. Gorde was cited for Unsafe Backing.
On Oct 29, at approximately 5:13 p.m., at 1831 N. Lake Avenue in Storm Lake, a vehicle driven by Nicholas Aberson of Alta, was involved in an accident with another vehicle driven by Khamlo Khounlo of Storm Lake. The two vehicles collided, causing total damages estimated at $120.
On Oct 31, at approximately 11:50 p.m., at 1009 Richland in Storm Lake, a vehicle driven by Per Mu of Storm Lake was involved in an accident with another vehicle driven by Claudia Median Nunez of Storm Lake. The two vehicles collided causing total damages estimated at $1,050.
On Oct 31, a burglary/theft/vandalism was reported at 1204 Seneca Street in Storm Lake. The total value of items reported missing/damages was estimated at $1,445.
Gas odor reported
On the evening of Wednesday, Oct 31, at approximately 8:03 p.m., the Storm Lake Fire Department responded to 508 Expansion Blvd. in reference to a report of the odor of natural gas.
Upon arrival of fire fighters they were unable to detect any odor. Fire fighters remained on scene for approximately 30 minutes searching for any possible source of the reported odor with negative results.
The fire department was assisted at the scene by the Storm Lake Police Department.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, October 31, at approximately 3:59 p.m., the Storm Lake Fire Department responded to 6190 Highway 110 in reference to rubber tires burning in a small grove of trees.
Upon arrival of fire fighters it was determined that the property owner was burning a trash pit when several pressurized containers exploded from the heat causing a small pile of tires to ignite.
Fire fighters extinguished the fire without further incident.
There was no damage and no injuries.
The fire department was on scene for approximately 45 minutes and was assisted at the scene by the Storm Lake Police Department.
Between October 29 and November 1, two thefts were reported in Storm Lake. The total value of the items reported missing was estimated at $205.