Sheldon, IA (KICD)--A Sheldon man is seriously injured after being hit while driving a motorcycle.
Sheldon Police say that 47-year-old Amy Ambrose of Hartley was pulling out of the Fantasia store parking lot in a 2003 Buick Century at 10:17 Tuesday morning. She slowly pulled forward to see past the line of cars parked on the road and did not see a northbound 2010 Harley driven by 77-year-old Glenn Zylstra.
Zylstra was taken to Sanford Hospital in Sheldon with incapacitating injuries. He was wearing a helmet.
Ambrose was cited for failure to yield upon entering a highway.
Jackson, MN (KICD)--A Sunday afternoon motorcycle mishap in Jackson County leaves one injured.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says 32-year-old Jerald Shade of Trimont struck a deer with his bike while traveling on County Road 14 shortly before 1:00. The deer ran out in front of Shade.
Shade was taken to Sanford Jackson Medical Center with unspecified injuries.
Primghar, IA (KICD)--The O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its investigation of two sets of burglaries at the Primghar Pizza Ranch and the Primghar City Library.
The first set of burglaries is believed to have occurred on Saturday night of May 12th and into the early morning hours of Sunday May 13th. The suspect or suspects broke into the Pizza Ranch Restaurant and the Primghar Library and stole an undisclosed amount of cash. Also during this same time frame the suspect or suspects attempted to gain entry into Baxterz Bar & Grill in Primghar but were unsuccessful.
The most recent set of burglaries occurred on the evening of June 25th or the following morning. The Primghar Pizza Ranch restaurant was broken into when suspects gained entry through a window and stole an undisclosed amount of cash. On that same night an attempted burglary occurred at the Primghar City Library. There the suspects attempted to gain entry into the building at both the front and rear doors causing damage to a door lock mechanism and a window. The suspects never successfully gained entry on this attempt.
A total of $400 is being offered by the Crime Dusters program for anyone who provides information on these crimes that leads to the arrest and conviction of the offenders.
You may provide information on this crime or any other crimes by calling the O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office at 712-957-3415. Upon calling you will be put in contact with a police officer that will take your information. People can also provide information or tips on crimes by using the “Hot Tip” link or “e-mail” button on the O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office website of www.obriencountysheriff.com. Arrangements can be made to assist the people who want to remain anonymous but still be eligible for the reward.