Shelby County Sheriff’s report (11/19)


November 19th, 2019 by Ric Hanson

Sheriff’s officials in Shelby County report eight arrests took place over the past few weeks. Arrested on Nov. 14th, was 27-year-old Robert James Roby, of Denver, CO. Roby was arrested on an active warrant out of Sarpy County, Nebraska, for failure to appear for court date.   Roby was taken to court on Monday, November 18th, to sign extradition and will be turned over to Sarpy County Deputies for transport.

On Nov. 10th, 19-year-old Madison Nicole Moore, of Avoca, was arrested as a result of a traffic stop in Shelby County for having no license plates.  Deputies, with the assistance of K9 “Corty,” arrested Moore for possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and prohibited acts.  She was released the following morning following an initial appearance before the magistrate. On. Nov. 9th, 24-year-old Matthew Cole Becker, of Shelby, was arrested following a traffic stop in Shelby.  Upon further investigation Becker was placed under arrest for operating while intoxicated 2nd offense, reckless driving, and improper registration light lamp and transferred to the Shelby County jail without incident.  He was released the following morning after posting bond.

On Nov. 8th, 61-year-old Randy Lee Sorensen, of Irwin, was arrested on a active warrant for violation of probation, and operating while under the influence.   The charge stems from an August 2019 arrest involving Sorensen after test results were returned from the Iowa DCI Lab.   Sorensen was also charged with driving under suspension. He was later released after posting the required bond. On Nov. 1st, 28-year-old Michael David Muhlbauer, of Manning, was arrested and transported to Shelby County Jail under no bond on an outstanding active warrant for violation of no contact order.   The charges stem from an incident that occurred at the protected parties place of business earlier in October.  Muhlbauer was later released after posting bond.

And, there were three arrests in Shelby County on Oct. 31st: 23-year-old Amauri Joel Olivares-Gamez, of Harlan, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also cited for having no proof of insurance. 24-year-old Marcus Tyler Morgan was arrested on active warrant for domestic abuse assault filed within the district courts.   Olivares-Gomez and Morgan were later released on their own recognizance. 41-year old Aaron Joseph Moore, of Walnut, was arrested Oct. 31st, on active warrant for violation of probation.  Moore was released Nov. 12th, after being sentenced to credit for time served in the district court of Shelby County.