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Emmetsburg Arrest

Emmetsburg Arrest

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Emmetsburg, IA (KICD) — An Emmetsburg man is arrested after a vehicle goes into the ditch.

The Palo Alto County Sheriffs Office said just after 1-am Friday, they received a call of a man pounding on a door of a farm house, north of Emmetsburg. As officers were responding, they found 30-year old Cameron Sun walking along the road. He told authorities he was in a vehicle with friends, when it went into the ditch.

Upon investigation, Sun was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, and public intoxication. He was also charged with possession of contraband in a secure facility, a class D felony. He was booked into the Palo Alto County Jail.

The 1995 Dodge Passenger was not damaged in the mishap. Assisting was the Emmetsburg Police.

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