Submitted by Chief Gerry Stoll
June 2: Officer served an arrest warrant at the 100 block of Oak. A 42-year-old Ottumwa man was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.
June 3: Officer responded to a disturbance at the 100 block of Oak Blvd. A tenant from a neighboring apartment complex was attempting to gain entry into a residence. The suspect left prior to officer arrival and the victim decline charges. Officer responded to a call of an out-of-control teen at the 600 block of Larson. The officer was able to assist the family and all were able to cohabitate for the remainder of the night.
June 4: Officer responded to the 500 block of E. Fifth Street for an out-of-control teen. The officer assisted the parents with a parental placement in Rosedale-Ames. Officer received a complaint of a possible scam stemming from a suspicious check sent to a Huxley resident. The officer called and spoke with a representative from a Credit Union in Tennessee and verified the check to be part of a scam.
June 7: Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 100 block of National Drive. The altercation was verbal and the male half elected to leave for the night and stay in Des Moines.
June 9: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 69 near Campus Drive. The driver of the vehicle, a 42-year-old Ames man, was arrested for OWI. He was taken to the Story County Jail in Nevada. Officer received a harassment complaint at the 100 block of National Drive. Contact was made with a 44-year-old Huxley man, who agreed to stop the behavior in order to avoid future police attention.
June 12: Officer responded to a property damage accident at the 300 block of Cedar Lane. A property owner’s garage was struck, most likely by a construction vehicle, sometime between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., causing $400 in damage.
June 13: Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident at the 500 block of E. Fifth Street. A vehicle operated by a 16-year-old Huxley driver struck a parked vehicle, causing approximately $1,500 in total damage. No injuries.
June 16: Officer received a theft report at the 500 block of Parkridge. A license plate was stolen from a pickup while it was parked in the driveway. The plate is an Iowa Hawkeyes personalized plate.
June 17: Officer responded to the 100 block of Main for a report of a male attempting to enter a residence. A 54-year-old Huxley man was arrested for Public Intoxication. He was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.
June 18: Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident in the 3C’s parking lot. A vehicle operated by a Kelley woman backed into a vehicle operated by a Huxley man, causing minimal if any damage. No injuries.
June 21: Officer responded to a gas drive-off at the North Casey’s. Contact was made with a Boone man, who paid for the gas after Boone County Sheriff’s Deputies made contact with him.
June 24: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 69 near National Drive. The driver of the vehicle, a 23-year-old Marshalltown woman, was arrested for OWI. She was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada. Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 69 near Oak Blvd. The driver of the vehicle, a 27-year-old Altoona man, was arrested for OWI. He was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.
June 27: Officer received a report of Criminal Mischief at the 500 block of E. Fifth Street. A vehicle tire belonging to a Huxley man was slashed by another Huxley man. Charges pending for Criminal Mischief when the value of the tire is reported by the victim.
June 29: Officer was requested by Boone County Sheriff’s Office to locate a missing 16-year-old male, believed to be in the Huxley area. The male was located at the 100 block of National Drive and returned to his mother. Officer opened an identity theft case when a former Huxley citizen reported a loan had been taken out in his name. The loan was opened while the man resided in Huxley. Investigation ongoing.
Huxley officers had four arrests for the month — three were for OWI, one was for Public Intoxication and one arrest warrant was served. Officers issued 19 citations for traffic violations, gave 75 warnings, received 158 calls for service and had a total of 380 contacts for the month. Officers used 259.75 hours toward investigations or answering calls for service and gave 494 hours of general patrol.