Police officers obtained the text messages and cellphone location data
of the owners of Pizza Ranch in Jefferson to link one of them to the
restaurant’s arson in January, according to newly available search
The juveniles who vandalized the bronze statue of Olympic archer Doreen Wilber this month have a bull’s-eye on their butts.
A 22-year-old Denison woman and her passenger died in a crash Sunday
north of that town when the woman tried to pass with her car and struck
an oncoming pickup truck.
Residents should watch for smooth $10 and $20 bills that are slightly
smaller than real currency during the latest influx of counterfeit cash
in Carroll, Police Sgt. Gary Bellinghausen said.
The 35-year-old Arcadia man who allegedly threatened to kill himself and
law officers who approached him last week in a parking lot on the east
side of Carroll will not face criminal charges for the threats, but he
is jailed for an unrelated gun crime.
A man threatened Thursday night to kill himself and any police officer
who approached him in a parking lot near U.S. Highway 30 on the east
side of Carroll, according to Police Chief Brad Burke.
The burglary suspects who were on the lam and sought for two weeks by
the Carroll County Sheriff’s office this month stole about $1,400 worth
of merchandise from the local Wal-Mart in April, according to court
Investigators are still combing through phone records to uncover those
who were responsible for a January arson that torched the Pizza Ranch in
Jefferson, according to the town’s police chief.
Carroll Police Chief Brad Burke is troubled by what he sees as drivers’
reckless use of cellphones while motoring along in the region.
If Doug Bass had followed the wishes his dad had for him 50-some years
ago, instead of receiving the Law Enforcement of the Year Award at the
American Legion State Convention in Coralville last month, he’d have
spent his career growing corn and soybean crops and raising livestock.
Carroll police officers will meet monthly with residents for coffee and
small talk to improve their relationship with the community.
A 71-year-old Carroll man put a handgun to his head and threatened to
kill himself and harm the nurse who stopped at his house to check on him
Thursday afternoon, according to Police Chief Brad Burke.
College students held a party May 1 about 5 miles north of Auburn that
was supposed to feature fights for money, but the partygoers fled when
law officers arrived about 12:20 a.m.
A security camera captured the man who went into Pizza Ranch in
Jefferson in January and set it afire, but investigators can’t tell who
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