Sioux Center PD Charger Door Logo OnlySioux Center, Iowa — In the latest from the Sioux Center police:

The police made three arrests and a citation in the past several days.

On Friday (2/8), they arrested 38-year-old Jason Donald Anson of Sioux City. Anson was charged with Second Offense OWI.

On Thursday (2/7), Sioux Center Police officers arrested 20-year-old Drew Alan Kersten of Boyden on two charges of Criminal Trespassing.

Forty-four-year-old Mark Daniel Dobesh of Sioux Center was arrested on Thursday as well on a charge of Invasion of Privacy.

Sioux Center officers also cited 30-year-old Erin Danielle Rodriguez on Friday, February 1st, on a charge of Driving while License Suspended.


In other reports from the Sioux Center Police;

A pickup driven by a Hull teen and a car allegedly driven by a Sioux Center man were damaged in an accident on Friday (2/8) in Sioux Center.

The Sioux Center Police Department reports that about 9:15 PM, 17-year-old Alexa Schut of Hull was southbound in the parking lot in front of Culver’s, in southern Sioux Center in a 2004 Ford. They report that 26-year-old Gregorio Marquez Ortiz of Sioux Center was allegedly westbound in the lot in a 2008 Chevy.

The police report that Schut’s pickup had been parked, when she proceeded to pull forward. She didn’t see the other vehicle traveling toward her because of the door frame. When she saw it, she tried to stop, but it was too late. A witness in the drive-up lane at Culver’s says that immediately after the accident, the two front-seat passengers in the Marquez Ortiz vehicle switched seats, and that Marquez Ortiz was actually driving, not Maria De Anleu, who was sitting on the driver’s side when the officer arrived.

Schut’s Ford received $200 damage. The Chevy received $2000 damage.

No charges have been filed.

There were no injuries reported.

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