Man cited for identity theft, tampering with records

Storm Lake Police reported the arrest of Terrence Wynn, 34, of Washington, D.C., for disorderly conduct.

Storm Lake Police were advised that Wynn was on parole out of Washington, D.C.

Police contacted Wynn’s parole officer in Washington, D.C. and learned that the real Terrence Wynn still resided in Washington D.C and that his identity had been stolen over two years ago when he lost his wallet, license and Social Security card.

It was alleged that the person the Storm Lake Police Department arrested was not Terrence Wynn.

On Wednesday afternoon police identified the person previously arrested as Stuart Almond, 57, of Cleveland, Ohio.

Police located Almond working at the Renal Center located on North Lake Ave. reportedly working under the name Terrence Wynn.

Police took Almond into custody and impounded the vehicle Almond was driving at the Renal Center. Police located and seized Terrence Wynn’s driver’s license and Social Security card.

Police executed a search warrant on Almond’s motel room at the Sail Inn room #51 and located prescription drugs in another person’s name.

Storm Lake Police charged Almond with identity theft, tampering with records, unlawful possession of a prescription drug and providing false information to law enforcement.

He was booked into the Buena Vista County Jail on a $5,230 bond.

The investigation is continuing.