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News of Record: August 28, 2012

August 28, 2012
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FD couple sentenced on meth conviction

SIOUX CITY - A Fort Dodge couple has been sentenced to federal prison after both pleaded guilty to their roles in a methamphetamine conspiracy.

Daniel Rial, 48, and Stacy Hanson, 40, were sentenced on Thursday.

In January, Rial and Hanson admitted they were involved in a meth conspiracy that manufactured more than 50 grams of pure meth from 2009 to January 2011. Their home was searched in November 2010, where investigators found evidence of the conspiracy.

Rial was sentenced to 140 months in prison and Hanson received 48 months in prison.

They are being held in the United States marshals' custody until they can be moved to prison.

FD man is facing multiple charges

A Fort Dodge man is facing several charges after he allegedly assaulted a woman and held her in her home against her will.

Tanner King, 21, of Fort Dodge, allegedly forced his way inside a woman's home by picking her up and carrying her inside without her permission, according to the criminal complaint filed with the Webster County attorney's office.

Once inside, according to the complaint, King locked the door and threw the woman around the room. At one point, he allegedly threw her at a computer desk and then onto the ground. The complaint states that King allegedly kicked the victim multiple times while she was on the ground, causing bruising and swelling, as well as headbutting her multiple times.

King has been charged with first-degree burglary, false imprisonment, fourth-degree criminal mischief and domestic assault.

At King's initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Monday morning, Magistrate William Thatcher ordered him held on $27,000 bond. Thatcher continued the assault charge for 180 days, and scheduled King's preliminary hearing for Sept. 5.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Friday

Fourth-degree criminal mischief - Stephen Jackowell, 37, 1811 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 7.

Domestic assault - Stephen Jackowell, 37, 1811 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 7.

False imprisonment - Stephen Jackowell, 37, 1811 Sixth Ave. N., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 7.

Obstruction of emergency communications - Stephen Jackowell, 37, 1811 Sixth Ave. N., continued 180 days.

Possession of drug paraphernalia - Travis Peters, 27, Kanawa, $522.50; Chet Mitchell, 23, Rockwell City, continued 180 days.

Interference with official acts - Travis Peters, 27, Kanawa, $397.50 and 10 days in jail suspended.

Public intoxication - Travis Peters, 27, Kanawa, $195; Robert Schoon, 62, 1227 First Ave. N., $195; Rene Neal, 18, Burnsville, Minn., $195.

Violation of a no-contact order - Andrea Greggersen, 20, 319 N. 11th St., sent to District Court; Wendy Stits, 47, 319 N. 11th St., sent to District Court.

Possession of a controlled substance - Chet Mitchell, 23, Rockwell City, preliminary hearing set for Sept. 13.

Speeding - Chet Mitchell, 23, Rockwell City, continued 180 days.

Public intoxication, habitual - Donald Beletti, 46, 927 Central Ave., preliminary hearing set for Sept. 13.

Fifth-degree theft - Yah Wantoe, 21, 642 N. 23rd St., $320.

Operating while intoxicated, first offense - Rhaea Ramsey, 19, Duncombe, preliminary hearing set for Sept. 13.

Failure to stop within a safe distance - Angela Pelz, 31, Pomeroy, $195.

Providing alcohol to a person under the legal age - Dennis Wyatt, 68, Barnum, sent to District Associate Court; Allen Bodady, 66, 216 S. 21st St., sent to District Associate Court; Ana Lopez, 21, Webster City, trial set for Sept. 14.

Police Log

FORT DODGE

Friday

A person reported a runaway who later returned.

A person reported an assault and a theft.

Amanda Adams reported a criminal mischief.

Joseph Bolden, Charles Hydrick and Walmart each reported a theft.

Jesus Del Hoyo reported a burglary.

Wendy Jordison reported credit card fraud.

Two people each reported an assault.

Saturday

Otis Foy, Kippie Ward, Younkers, Jenna Coppinger and Walmart each reported a theft.

 
 

 

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