MESERVEY – A Meservey woman was hauled to jail again very early Friday morning when her dog was misbehaving and she attacked a deputy.
For the second time this week, Cerro Gordo deputies were called to 110 1st Street in Meservey to deal with Julie Rockwell and her dog.
“We received another call for service in Meservey,” Sheriff Kevin Pals told NIT Friday. Julie “Rockwell was confronted again reference her violations of Meservey City code reference her dog.”
Rockwell was arrested Tuesday for violations of the city’s animal ordinance. This time, deputies returned, and Rockwell wasn’t going quietly.
“Rockwell interfered with deputies and became combative,” Sheriff Pals said. She was eventually subdued and arrested on new charges of no rabies vaccination, interference with official acts, disorderly conduct, and assault on a peace officer.
She was being held on $2,000 cash bond at the county jail, but appears to have been released this afternoon.
As reported earlier this week, Rockwell is awaiting court dates on other serious charges, including drunk driving and child endangerment.