August 7, 2019 - 3:24 pm - Posted in News

Northwest Iowa — Charges are currently pending in a series of burglaries that took place in a three-county area of northwest Iowa late last month.

According to a report from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, on July 27th, Osceola and O’Brien County Sheriff’s Offices recovered stolen property that had allegedly been taken during burglaries in Osceola, O’Brien and Sioux Counties.

According to authorities, the property recovered included a 2009 Honda dirt bike allegedly taken from a residence in rural Sioux County, 2 motorcycles and 1 dirt bike allegedly taken from Glen’s Sport Center in Sheldon, another Honda dirt bike allegedly taken from a private residence in Sheldon, a 2004 Yamaha Raptor allegedly taken from a residence near Ashton, and a 2016 Arctic Cat 450 that had allegedly been taken from a residence near Sibley.  Also recovered were several ATV helmets, goggles, 9 handguns and ammunition which were reportedly taken in a burglary that occurred at 59 Powersports in rural Osceola County.  Authorities say most of the property was recovered in a wooded area west of Ocheyedan.

Authorities say charges are currently pending against 19-year-old Isaiah Frederick, and a 17-year-old juvenile male and both of Ashton.

The Sheldon Police Department and Sioux County Sheriff’s Office assisted Osceola County authorities in the investigation.

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