Major Stallman


Major Stallman is a native Iowan, born and raised in Cedar Rapids.  He graduated from Regis High School in 1985 and joined the United States Marine Corp January of 1986. Greg saw combat during Desert Storm while attached, as a Combat Engineer, to Third Tank Battalion, Task Force Ripper.  After serving our county, Greg graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Major Stallman began his career with the Woodbury County Sheriff’s Office in 1995. Greg’s first position was a Corrections Officer assigned to Jail Division.  In 1999, he was appointed a Deputy Sheriff.  August 2002, he successfully certified his first K9 (Maximus) and served in the K9 Division until 2011.  During his time with the K9 Division, Greg received the 2002 narcotics canine of the year award for his work in drug interdiction and in 2006 certified his second K9 (Tessa).  Greg was also a member of the WCSO SWAT Team. In 2011, Sheriff Glenn Parrett transferred Greg to the Tri-State Drug Task Force, where he worked as a federally deputized Drug Enforcement Agent.

On January 3rd, 2013 Sheriff Dave Drew appointed Greg to the rank of Major. Major Stallman commands the jail and transportation/court security divisions.

 Major Stallman graduated from the 263rd Session of the FBI National Academy.The FBI National Academy is a professional development course for U.S. and international law enforcement leaders. It serves to improve the administration of justice in police departments and agencies at home and abroad and to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge, and cooperation worldwide. Its mission is “to support, promote, and enhance the personal and professional development of law enforcement leaders by preparing them for complex, dynamic, and contemporary challenges through innovative techniques, facilitating excellence in education and research, and forging partnerships throughout the world.”



Major Wieck, born in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised in Sioux City from the age of eight, and is a 1983 Sioux City East High graduate.  Todd is a 1986 graduate of Western Iowa Tech Community College with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Programming and a 1989 graduate of Wayne State College, in Wayne, Nebraska, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.

Todd started his career with the Woodbury County Sheriff's Office in July of 1990 as a correctional officer.  In 1991, he was promoted to Corporal on the mid shift where he stayed until he became a deputy sheriff in August of 1995.  Todd attended the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy in the fall of 1995 and was voted the 147th Basic class Vice President.

Todd has worked patrol, investigations, crime prevention, school resource, protection order enforcement, and taught DARE for six years.  From 1996 to 2008, Todd was a member of the SWAT team and served on the entry team until taking a sniper position in 2000.  Todd has been a state certified instructor in various areas, including, basic firearms, tactical/combat handgun, patrol rifle, scope sighted rifle, chemical munitions, simunitions, less lethal, and force on force.

Todd was promoted to sergeant in June of 2004 by former Sheriff Dave Amick and served as a patrol sergeant on the dayshift and night shift until being moved to investigations sergeant.  Under former Sheriff Glenn Parrett, Todd was promoted to Assistant Chief Deputy in June of 2012.  In January of 2013, current Sheriff Dave Drew promoted Todd to Major where he commands the Field Services (Patrol, 28E), Special Services (Civil, K9, SWAT, Investigations) and Administration (Gun Permits and Sex Offenders) Divisions.



Edgar Rodriguez was born in Mexico and grew up in Eagle Pass, Texas. Graduated from Eagle Pass high school in 1992 and joined the United States Marine Corps in April of 1993. Edgar served with First Battalion Sixth Marines, Second Marine Division in various billets until 1997. After serving our Country Edgar graduated from Vennard College at Oskaloosa Iowa with a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Ministries and Bible Theology.

Edgar began his career as a pastor in Portland Oregon in 2006 and earned his Masters Degree in Ministry Leadership from The Pacific Evangelical School of Ministry. In 2010 Edgar received the Phil and Keturah Pennington Award, the highest award given by the City of Portland. While Edgar served in Portland Oregon as a lead pastor he partnered with the Portland Crime Prevention Office and Graffiti Abatement. Edgar led many key livability issues and sparked community assistant programs. As a volunteer Edgar taught disaster relief safety and crime prevention classes.

Edgar and his family moved to Moville Iowa to revitalize a small church. Edgar re-launched New Hope Church in Moville on April 2012 and has more than tripled in size with a young and vibrant community. Edgar is the founder of the Community Basket of Woodbury and Plymouth County and several mobile food pantries across Siouxland. In 2013 Edgar received the Governors Award for developing a model that helps rural town food insecure residents receive support. This methodology has been adopted and is actively practiced in several large Food Banks across Iowa and Nebraska.

Edgar also currently serves as the Chaplain for the Woodbury County Sheriff’s Office. Next to Jesus, Edgar loves his wife, Denise, immensely and his five terrific kids Adan, Edgar, Annika, Ephraim and Evie.



The Woodbury County Sheriff's Office prides itself in being progressive and transparent in the services it provides to the citizens of our community.  The attachment below is a PDF of our directives manual.  Policy and Directives are continually evaluated by the administration and the Office of Professional Responsibility.  



Attached below are the 2014 statistics by division.