The string of window shootings that plagued Carroll for months last year
apparently resumed last week when four businesses and a pickup truck
were struck by vandals, according to police reports.
A girl likely drowned Thursday after a vehicle went into the Boyer River just north of Denison early that morning.
A 32-year-old Scranton man is accused of spray-painting the interior
walls of Lynch Livestock while the company was closed and of stealing a
stocking cap and boots before he left.
Investigators found drugs, firearms and stolen items Monday in Jefferson
when they searched three properties that are connected to suspected
A 31-year-old Carroll man allegedly lied when he told police officers
his roommate assaulted him and later refused to put on a jail jumpsuit,
which prompted officers to forcibly change his clothes.
A 27-year-old man who impersonated a police officer in 2015 at a
Jefferson casino was arrested Tuesday in Ames for pretending to be a
A 65-year-old Odebolt woman died Saturday morning when the driver of a
semitrailer truck attempted to pass a car in heavy fog and collided
head-on with a pickup truck west of Lake View.
Twin brothers from Coon Rapids are accused of stealing more than $34,000
worth of hogs from two confinements they managed in the past four
A 67-year-old Carroll man inadvertantly fired his handgun Thursday night while trying to clean it.
A 60-year-old Carroll woman was cited for having an open container of
alcohol in a vehicle Thursday after another woman allegedly caused a
There have been just three reports of window shootings in Carroll in the
past two weeks as police officers continue their search for a
A 25-year-old Audubon woman stole more than 300 scratch-off lottery
tickets in two weeks from a local grocery store and redeemed the winners
for a total of about $2,000, according to criminal complaints against
A 55-year-old Grand Junction man struck a stopped sport-utility vehicle
with his car on U.S. Highway 30 just west of Carroll Thursday when he
reached for his ringing cellphone and looked away from the roadway.
Diesel fuel from an overturned PepsiCo truck Tuesday morning wasn’t the
only thing contaminating Greenbrier Creek following a single-vehicle
crash that sent the driver to a Des Moines hospital by helicopter.
For the first time in the past four months of seemingly random window shootings in Carroll, it appears someone was specifically targeted. Three more reported BB-gun shootings this past weekend bring the total to 50 since late July.
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