Spirit Lake, IA (KICD) -- Two men are arrested after a traffic stop.
The Spirit Lake Police made the stop around 6:30 Sunday morning, of a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse on Hill Avenue. An investigation revealed the driver, 19-year old Benjamin Westhoff of Garretson, South Dakota was intoxicated and in possession of a green plant material.
A passenger in the car, 22-year old Michael Dendinger of Coleridge, Nebraska was intixicated and in possession of a green plant material and drug paraphernalia.
As a result, Westhoff was arrested on charges of OWI, and Possession of a Controlled Substance-Marijuana. Dendinger was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance - Marijuana, possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Public Intoxication. Both were booked into the Dickinson County Jail.
Sanborn, IA (KICD)--A Sanborn man is arrested on drug charges by the O'Brien County Sheriff's Office.
20-year-old Adam Tebben was apprehended this week on an arrest warrant for two class D felony counts of Prohibited Acts - Delivery of a Controlled Substance - Vyvanse. Tebben allegedly sold and delivered Vyvanse prescription pills to an individual on two different dates last year and in March in Sanborn.
Tebben will make an initial appearance before O’Brien County Magistrate Jeff Queck and then will be scheduled to appear in O’Brien County District Court at a later date to answer to the charges. Tebben is being held in O'Brien County jail
Hull, IA (KICD) -- A Hull teen was injured after driving a moped into a parked car.
The Sioux County Sheriffs Office says the accident occurred Friday evening around 9:40. 16-year old Luke Barkel was driving a 2012 Taotao moped eastbound on 1st Street, when he lost control and collided with a parked 2009 Cadillac Escalade, owned by Matthew Mayer of Spirit Lake.
Barkel was later taken to Sioux Center Hospital by private vehicle for his injuries. the moped received approximately $300 in damages, while the Cadillac sustained approximately $350 in damages.
Barkel was cited for no insurance, violation of an instruction permit and fail to maintain control.