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Storm Lake Inappropriate Contact

Storm Lake Inappropriate Contact

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 Storm Lake, IA (KICD) — Two from Storm Lake are arrested after a reported assault of a juvenile female.
  On Monday evening, the Buena Vista County Sheriffs Office and Storm Lake Police underwent a joint investigation into a reported assault of a 17-year old female.  Police were told by the victim that on December 25th, she had come to Storm Lake with her boyfriend, 19-year old Skyler Foley.  The victim told police that while at Foley’s residence, she was allegedly physically assaulted by a second male, 18-year old Winston Wells, as he touched her inappropriately.
  In addition, the victim told police that Foley assisted Wells in the assault.  She then engaged in an argument with Foley over the incident at which time he reportedly fired a BB gun near her during the argument.
Further investigation determined the victim was assaulted when touched inappropriately by Wells on two other occasions.
Deputies and Police arrested Foley and Wells Tuesday.  Foley was charged with Domestic Assault, and was booked into the Buena Vista County Jail, and held without bond.  Wells was charged with one count of assault by Storm Lake Police, and two counts of Assault by the Sheriffs Office.
  He was booked into the county jail and later released pending a court date.

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