Panora man charged with displaying a gun during domestic incident
February 10th, 2012 by Ric Hanson
The Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office reports a Panora man was arrested last weekend, after he allegedly displayed a weapon during a domestic disturbance at Lake Panorama. 51-year old Peter Aldrich Kelloway, II, was charged with Domestic Assault with intent and/or display of a weapon, one-count of Child Endangerment without injury, and two-counts of Assault with the use or display of a weapon. Kelloway was released from custody Monday on a $500 bond, with orders to appear in court for his preliminary hearing on Feb. 23rd.
Sheriff’s officials say they received a 9-1-1 call at around 1:30-a.m. Sunday, February 5th, regarding a domestic issue, from a residence at the lake. When a deputy arrived on the scene, he observed Kelloway allegedly displaying a shotgun, and called for back-up. Troopers with the Iowa State Patrol, along with officers from the Guthrie Center and Panora Police Departments responded, but Kelloway was taken into custody without incident.