May Police Report for Huxley
Huxley Police Report
Submitted by Mark Pote
5/2: Officer responded to the 500 block of E. First Street for an unattended death. After speaking with the medical examiner, it was determined that the elderly man had died of natural causes. Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 10 block of Oak Blvd. The altercation was verbal and both parties agreed that they could cohabitate for the remainder of the night with no further problems.
5/4: Officer stopped a vehicle on Highway 69 near Oak Blvd. The driver of the vehicle, a 21-year-old Huxley man, was revoked from driving. He was arrested for Driving while Revoked and transported to the Story County Jail. Officer responded to an out-of-control teen call at the 800 block of Fifth Avenue. The officer was able to assist the family with no further problems for the remainder of the night.
5/6: Officer responded to a parking lot at the 900 block of Highway 69 for a two-vehicle accident. A vehicle operated by a Huxley man and a vehicle operated by a Slater woman failed to see each other as both were backing out of a parking spot and struck each other, causing $500 in damage. Officer responded to the 800 block of Hickory for a vehicle that struck a mailbox post, causing approximately $3,000 in damage.
5/7: Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Highway 69 near E. Fifth Street. The driver of the vehicle, a 21-year-old Newton woman, was arrested for OWI. She was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada. Officer was asked to do a welfare check at the 500 block of E. Fourth Street. A Huxley juvenile was transported to a facility for treatment.
5/9: Officer was called to the high school for a fight between two students. Parents were contacted and all parties agreed to have the school and parents handle the discipline. Officer received a complaint of criminal mischief from a Huxley resident who had his vehicle keyed at an unknown location, causing approximately $500 in damage.
5/10: Officer arrested a 36-year-old Pleasant Hill man for Driving Under Suspension.
5/13: Officer responded to a single vehicle accident at the 100 block of Highway 69. Approximately $500 in damage to a vehicle operated by a Huxley woman and $150 in landscaping was done after the vehicle hit a fence.
5/16: Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 500 block of E. First Street. The altercation was verbal and both parties agreed to remain separated for the remainder of the night.
5/19: Officer responded to a business at the 900 block of Highway 69 for a theft. After an investigation, a 46-year-old Huxley woman was cited into court for theft 5th.
5/21: Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident at the 200 block of Ridgewood Drive. A vehicle operated by a 53-year-old Ames woman struck a vehicle operated by a Stanhope man, causing approximately $2,500 in total damage. No injuries. Officer responded to a domestic altercation at the 500 block of E 5th Street. The altercation was verbal and both parties agreed that they could cohabitate with no further problems.
5/22: Officer discovered three storage units that had been broken into at the 200 block of Highway 69. Video surveillance was gathered and the case is ongoing. Officer arrested a 34-year-old Huxley woman for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia at the 300 block of E. Fifth Street. She was transported to the Story County Jail in Nevada.
5/26: Officer responded to the 500 block of E. Fifth Street for an altercation between a Huxley man and his adult son. Both denied pursuing charges and remained separated for the remainder of the night.
5/27: Officer received a complaint of a violation of a No Contact order at the 300 block of E. Fifth Street. A Huxley man was receiving text messages from a 34-year-old woman. Investigation continuing before an arrest warrant will be done.
5/28: Officer responded to the 200 block of Centennial Drive for an out-of-control teen. The teen was eventually transported to Rosedale in Ames on a parental placement.
Huxley officers had five arrests for the month - one was for Driving While Revoked, One for OWI, one for Driving Under Suspension, one for Possession of a Controlled Substance and one for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Officers issued fifteen citations for traffic violations and gave seventy-one warnings. Officers received 135 calls for service and had a total of 361 contacts for the month. Officers used 231.5 hours toward investigations or answering calls and gave 409 hours of general patrol.