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City of Huxley police report for January

Huxley Police Department

1/1: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on E. First and Highway 69. The driver of the vehicle, a 20-year-old Webster City man, was arrested for OWI, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Alcohol Under the Legal Age. He was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.

1/8: Officer issued a school bus violation citation to a 27-year-old Huxley woman.

1/11: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 201 near 570th Ave. The driver of the vehicle, a 56-year-old Nevada man, was revoked, as well as barred from driving. He was arrested and transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada for Driving while Barred.

1/14: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 69 near the Ballard Plaza. The driver of the vehicle, a 28-year-old Kelley man, was Barred from Driving, as well as Suspended seven times. He was arrested and transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada for Driving while Barred. Officer responded to a report of a domestic altercation in the 500 block of E. Fourth. A 31-year-old Nevada man was arrested for Serious Domestic Assault and Burglary 1st. Officer responded to a car vs. deer accident on E. First near Sandcherry. A Cambridge woman struck a deer, causing $1000 in damage. No injuries. Officer responded to the Ballard Middle School for a report of a physical altercation between two students. Two Ballard students were referred into Juvenile Court for Assault. They were released to their parents.

1/16: Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident at E. First and Highway 69. A vehicle operated by a Johnston man was operating too fast for conditions and slid through a stop sign, striking a school bus. The Johnston man was cited for Failure to Maintain Control. Injuries to the Johnston man were treated on scene by Huxley 1st Responders.

1/17: Officer was called to the 500 block of Main Ave for a hit-and-run accident. A legally parked Windstar was struck from behind, causing $10,000 in damage. Pieces of a gold Nissan were found at the scene. Ongoing.

1/19: Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 200 block of Oak Blvd. The altercation was verbal in nature and the male half decided to stay with a relative for the remainder of the day.

1/22: Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 500 block of E. First Street. The altercation was verbal in nature and both parties agreed that they could cohabitate for the remainder of the night with no more problems. Officer was called to Interstate 35 Mile Marker 104 southbound for a single-vehicle accident. A Marion woman took damage to a windshield from debris in the road.

1/24: Officer responded to a residence at the 700 block of Timberlane for a report of a Breaking and Entering. A garage was entered and the vehicle within was moved. No items taken and no damage done to property.

1/28: Officer responded to an unattended death at the 500 block of Fourth Street. After officer investigation, Huxley 1st investigation and a report to the Medical Examiner, it was determined that the man had died of natural causes. Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident at E. First and 560th. A vehicle operated by a 33-year-old Huxley woman struck a vehicle operated by a Colo man as the woman was attempting a left turn. The woman was cited for Failure to Yield upon Left Turn. No injuries.

1/30: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation near Highway 69 and Centennial. The driver of the vehicle, a 22-year-old Ames man, was arrested for OWI. He was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.

Officers had eight arrests for the month, two were for OWI, two for Driving While Barred, two for Assault, one for Domestic Assault, one for Burglary and one for Possession of Paraphernalia. Officers issued 14 citations for traffic offenses and gave 64 warnings for various others. Huxley officers had 208 calls for service or information and had a total of 453 total contacts for the month. Officers had 306 hours of investigations, answering calls or giving assistance, and 395 hours of general patrol.

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