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Two Webster City residents facing charges after incident Thursday at 1515 Wall Street.
Posted: May 17 2013 by ppowers

 Two Webster City residents were arrested after local police were called for an alleged assault at 1515 Wall Street, Apartment 15 on Thursday morning. 39 year old Rhonda Marie Seil of 1515 Wall Street, Apartment 15 and 40 year old Neal Anthony Luhmann of 1116 Harding Road were both arrested by Webster City police officers. Webster City police chief Brian Hughes said the manager of the apartment complex and an exterminator were making their preannounced visits to each apartment for pest control. Once at apartment 15, the manager announced themselves and then entered the apartment. As the manager entered, the butt of a six inch to nine inch knife struck her in the neck. Both individuals ran out of the apartment complex and called the police. City police officers responded announced themselves several times and then opened the front door when another six inch to nine inch knife was thrown at them. Officers entered the apartment and located Seil and Luhmann in the bedroom. While in the apartment, suspected drug paraphernalia was discovered in plain view. Officers arrested Seil and Luhmann and transported both of them to the Hamilton County Jail. A search warrant was applied for and executed. Officers located more suspected drug paraphernalia and two suspected meth labs in the bathroom. The Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement responded and removed the labs.Seil and Luhmann were both charged with Assault (Aggravated Misdemeanor) and Assault on a Peace Officer (Class D Felony). Drug charges are pending based upon an ongoing investigation.

 Two Webster City residents were arrested after local police were called for an alleged assault at 1515 Wall Street, Apartment 15 on Thursday morning. 39 year old Rhonda Marie Seil of 1515 Wall Street, Apartment 15 and 40 year old Neal Anthony Luhmann of 1116 Harding Road were both arrested by Webster City police officers. Webster City police chief Brian Hughes said the manager of the apartment complex and an exterminator were making their preannounced visits to each apartment for pest control. Once at apartment 15, the manager announced themselves and then entered the apartment. As the manager entered, the butt of a six inch to nine inch knife struck her in the neck. Both individuals ran out of the apartment complex and called the police. City police officers responded announced themselves several times and then opened the front door when another six inch to nine inch knife was thrown at them. Officers entered the apartment and located Seil and Luhmann in the bedroom. While in the apartment, suspected drug paraphernalia was discovered in plain view. Officers arrested Seil and Luhmann and transported both of them to the Hamilton County Jail. A search warrant was applied for and executed. Officers located more suspected drug paraphernalia and two suspected meth labs in the bathroom. The Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement responded and removed the labs.Seil and Luhmann were both charged with Assault (Aggravated Misdemeanor) and Assault on a Peace Officer (Class D Felony). Drug charges are pending based upon an ongoing investigation.

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