Police Blotter

Two  men were arrested after allegedly stealing from Walmart.


Police met with store staff who said Andrew Lange, 22, and Randy Gallentine, 19, both of Rockwell City, had allegedly stolen $480 in merchandise.

Police took the two men into custody and located a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot that had additional merchandise from Walmart, Bomgaars and Dunham’s stores in Fort Dodge.

Lange and Gallentine were charged with theft. They were booked on a $1,000 bond each.

 

Underage drinking


On Saturday afternoon police observed a young male on a porch at 204 Grand Ave. consuming alcohol.

Police identified the man as Ghislain Twagirayezu, 18, of Storm Lake. Twagirayezu was in possession of alcohol and was charged with possession of alcohol.

Police further arrested Denis Muhire, 35, of Storm Lake and allege he supplied the minor with the alcoholic beverage.

Police charged him with providing alcohol to a minor. Both men were cited and released pending a court date.

 

Wanted man jailed


On Saturday afternoon the Storm Lake Police Department was sent to Walmart because of a theft.

Officers located the suspect in a vehicle in the parking lot attempting to leave the store and took him into custody. The suspect was identified as Daniel Rangel, 18, of Early.

Walmart staff alleged that Rangel stole approximately $50 in merchandise by hiding the items in his pants and then walking out of the store.

Police learned that Rangel was wanted on outstanding warrants for theft related to a previous incident, which occurred on Sept. 19.

Police charged Rangel with two counts of theft and was booked on a $600 bond.

 

Fight lands one in jail


On Sunday at 1:59 a.m. police were called to a disturbance at 503 Terrance St.

Police met with Mark Mounbua, 23, of Storm Lake, who police say was yelling in the street.

Witnesses told police that Mounbua had a disagreement with another person inside the residence. Then he exited the house and began yelling.

Police arrested Mounbua and charged him with disorderly conduct and public intoxication. He was booked on a $600 bond.