Police Blotter

Man jailed after night club dispute

On Oct. 20 at 2 a.m. a Storm Lake Officer on patrol in the Malarky’s parking lot saw an argument between two males.

The officer attempted to intervene when Juan Cesena-Ahumada, 23, of South Sioux City, Neb. began pushing the other male.

Cesena was taken to the ground by officers but continued to fight. He was subdued with a chemical reagent and placed into handcuffs.

Cesena was taken to Buena Vista Regional Medical Center where he was treated for exposure to the chemical reagent and cleared for incarceration.

Cesena was booked for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and interference with official acts.

He was held on $900 bond.        


Traffic stop leads to arrest

On Oct. 19 at 12:30 a.m. a Storm Lake Police Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 400 block of Flindt Dr.

The front seat passenger and driver attempted to switch places and lied to the officer about who was operating the vehicle.

The driver, Dallas Dornath, 18, of Dallas Center, was found to have a suspended drivers license.

The passenger, Suzanna Ellerman, 18, of Dallas Center, was trying to save Dornath from a citation.

Both passengers were placed under arrest and booked into the Buena Vista County Jail for interference with official acts and held on $300 bond.

Dornath was also cited for driving under a suspended license. 


Man receives injuries in fight with woman

At 4:30 a.m. on Saturday night Storm Lake Police were called to 523 Russell Street apartment 9 because of a fight that was occurring.

After police arrived they could hear a female yelling for help from inside the apartment.

Officers entered and located Corry Long, 47, of Storm Lake and took him into custody.

Long had wrestled the victim to the ground and pulled her hair after a verbal argument.

As officers attempted to remove Long from the apartment he began to thrash and fight officers.

Long was subdued and taken to Buena Vista Regional Medical Center for minor scratches and bruising that happened during the incident.

Long was cleared for incarceration and booked into the Buena Vista County Jail for domestic abuse and interference with official acts.

He was held without bond.

No officers were injured.

Minor injuries were sustained by victim, who refused medical treatment.


Three arrested at night club

On Saturday at 11 p.m. Storm Lake Police Officers saw a bouncer attempting to push several subjects out the front door of Malarky’s Night Club at 147 Flindt Dr.

Officers intervened and found that the individuals had been told to leave the bar but were resisting.

Officers arrested Koua Yang, 21, Vong Yang, 21, and Van Xiong, 25, all of Storm Lake, for public intoxication and trespass.

They were all held at the Buena Vista County Jail on $600 bond.


 Man taken to BVRMC after assault

On Saturday morning at 11:00 the Storm Lake Police were called to Maple Wood East Apartments at 523 Russell Street because of someone bleeding from the face.

Police located a man who was bleeding from his face and told police that he was assaulted outside of the building by Ajuwil Cham, 32, of Storm Lake.

The victim was transported to the Buena Vista Regional Medical Center by ambulance where he was treated for a laceration above his left eye and released.

Shortly after taking the report, police located Cham at 523 Russell Street Apartment 10 and determined that he assaulted the victim after an argument.

Police say that Ajuwil struck the victim in the face with a closed fist.

Ajuwil was taken into custody and charged with assault causing bodily injury.

He was booked on $1,000 bond.


SL woman charged with violation of no contact order

On Oct. 18 at 11:30 p.m. the Storm Lake Police Officers took a report of a violation of a no contact order that happened over the phone.

The protected party supplied text and voice messages sent to him from his estranged wife, Amy Akin, 29, of Esterville.

On Oct. 19 at 8:45 p.m. Akin surrendered herself to police at the Storm Lake Police Department.

She was booked for a violation of a no contact order and held without bond.         


Woman allegedly steals from parked car

On Friday morning police were called to 207 Geneseo St. because of a burglary to a vehicle.

Police were told that a black female had been seen breaking into a maroon 1996 Buick Park Avenue that had ben parked in the driveway at 207 Geneseo St.

The woman was last seen walking north on Geneseo.

Officers located and arrested Lakeshia Fishback, 38, of Cherokee.

Fishback was located in the 400 block of Geneseo and police say she was intoxicated and had stolen property from the car.        

Police charged her with burglary to a motor vehicle, criminal mischief and public intoxication.

Fishback was booked on a $3,300 bond.