Dubuque County Crash Fatality
The name of the person killed in a single-vehicle crash in Dubuque County early Monday morning has been released. The Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office 33-year-old Heath Stucky of Guttenberg was killed in the accident. The Sheriff’s office says the crash happened in the 16000 block of Holy Cross Road just before 5 a.m. First responders found Stucky, the driver and only occupant of the vehicle, dead at the scene. The sheriff’s office says Stucky was heading southbound on Holy Cross Road when he entered the ditch, and struck a driveway entrance, causing the vehicle to go airborne before rolling.
A Dubuque County man was arrested after a standoff Saturday. According to a press release, Just after 8 Saturday evening, Dennis Alan Miller was seen outside his residence at 9442 Noonan Street, Lot 735 in Dubuque. Miller had a warrant for his arrest due to Pretrial Supervision Violation. When a Dubuque County Deputy approached Miller, Miller ran inside and wouldn’t come out. Dubuque County Deputies tried to convince Miller to come out, but he refused to leave his residence. When Deputies tried to force their way inside to arrest him, Miller started a car in the garage, and drove through the garage door, he knew Deputies were outside the garage door. During the incident, Miller hit another vehicle owned by himself. He then got out of the vehicle and ran back inside the residence. The damage caused by Miller due to the occurrence is around 40,000 dollars. Asbury, Dubuque, and Peosta Police Officers arrived at the scene to help the Dubuque County Deputies. Several hours later, Miller left his residence and was taken into custody without incident. After the arrest, Miller was taken to Mercy One to check and treat any injuries from the car crash. Miller was medically cleared, then taken to the Dubuque County Jail. Miller faces charges for Violation of a Pretrial Supervision Warrant, Interference with Official Acts and 4 Counts of Assault on Peace Officers with a Dangerous Weapon.
One person was injured in a single vehicle accident near Central City Sunday afternoon. Just before 5:30 PM, Linn County Deputies, Linn County Rescue, Central City Fire, and Center Point Ambulance responded to an accident at Hwy 13 and Central City Rd. Emergency personnel arrived on scene to find a vehicle driven by Erica Yoder, 55, of Cedar Rapids, was traveling westbound on Central City Rd and had stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Central City Rd and Hwy 13. Yoder then proceeded through the intersection where she struck a vehicle traveling southbound on Hwy 13 driven by Donnette Paxton, 68, of Central City. Paxton was transported to a local hospital by Center Point Ambulance for what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. Yoder was not injured and she was cited for Failure to Yield.