HAMPTON, IOWA – The Hampton Police Department charged 36-year-old Ryan Stock of Hampton with 3rd degree harassment (708.7(4)) on May 24, 2012.
The charge was filed after an alleged incident on the same day. Stock then plead guilty on May 25th and was given a $150 fine.
NorthIowaToday.com is also told that some Hampton residents were not happy after contacting Stock about the recent “MacGyver bomb” that some Hampton teens launched at a young child, saying he downplayed the seriousness of the situation.
In 2010, Stock was charged with violating a Hampton city code (HA/41.12) which prohibits “possible use or explode fireworks in city limits.”
Again in that case, Judge Andrea Miller accepted a negotiated guilty plea from Stock and he was fined $75.
Stock (pictured) was sworn in as a Hampton City Council member on March 13th, 2012. He was elected in a special election to fill a ward 1 vacancy. His term expires December 31, 2015.
Photo from www.hamptonia.us.