Man rams into house, vehicles following fights
Police were called to 123 Irving St. Sunday morning at 2:15 a.m. because of a vehicle striking a house during a domestic disturbance that involved several people fighting in front of the residence.
Police encountered several people in and around the residence. Police were told the suspects vehicle that had struck the house, fled northbound. It was located at the intersection of East 2nd Street and Irving, where the vehicle had struck two other parked cars.
The driver, Domonick Tyree Tribble, 22, of Storm Lake, fled on foot but was apprehended by officers near the intersection of Irving and East Lakeshore Drive.
Police interviewed several people at the scene and say that Tribble and a woman, Malisa Sihachak, 23, of Storm Lake, had gotten into a domestic dispute in a 2009 Toyota. The vehicle was parked on 116 Irving St.
Sihachak assaulted Tribble, which prompted Tribble to strike and bite Sihachak.
Sihachak fled from the vehicle and ran to the residence at 123 Irving St., at which time the occupants of the residence let Sihachak into the house.
Tribble chased the woman and forced his way into the house at 123 Irving St., where he assaulted an occupant in the home, injuring the occupant. Another resident engaged Tribble and forced him out of the house.
Tribble reportedly ran back to his car, placed it in reverse and ran into the home at 123 Irving St., causing $1,500 in damage.
He then fled north on Irving Street, hitting a side mirror on a 2013 Toyota, causing $150 in damage and then he collided into a 1984 Chevy pickup, causing $2,500 in damage.
When Tribble collided with the Chevy it caused his Toyota Corolla to roll up on its side, spin 360 degrees and then come to a rest on all four tires in an upright position. Ten thousand dollars in damage is estimated to the Toyota Corolla.
Tribble attempted to flee on foot but was apprehended.
Sihachak had also fled on foot from the scene. At 5 a.m., while police were still processing the accident and crime scenes, Sihachak was taken into custody.
Tribble was charged with burglary, domestic assault causing bodily injury, violation of a no-contact order, operation without owners consent, public intoxication, two counts of striking an unattended vehicle, failure to leave information, reckless driving, and driving while suspended.
OWI charges are pending chemical test results.
Tribble was booked into the county jail and was held without bond.
Sihachak was charged with domestic assault and aiding and abetting a no-contact order. She was booked into the county jail and was held without bond.
The victim of the assault when Tribble allegedly burglarized the residence did not require medical attention.