The former West Central Cooperative employee who allegedly took dozens of bribes worth more than $479,000 in exchange for steep discounts on crop seed and other products, is expected to plead guilty today to a federal charge of wire fraud, court records show.
A 35-year-old Carroll man is set to be sentenced Thursday in federal
court for illegally aiding an Afghanistan company in its dealings with
the U.S. military.
A 32-year-old Carroll man said in court today that he was drunk and
driving recklessly in a November crash that killed his girlfriend just
north of Coon Rapids.
A 22-year-old Carroll man ran from the local district courtroom Thursday
morning when a judge ordered him to serve 30 days in jail for criminal
A poorly engineered John Deere tractor caused an April crash near
Audubon that killed a man and severely disabled another, according to a
lawsuit filed in Carroll County by the parents of the disabled man.
The 32-year-old Carroll man accused of killing his girlfriend in a
drunken crash in November will plead guilty to a criminal charge next
week, according to court records.
Carroll County jurors were not overly biased by a newspaper article that
detailed what allegedly led to a drunken, fatal crash in November, a
judge decided this week.
Those who bought Templeton Rye can be reimbursed up to $36 as part of a
tentative agreement that will settle deceptive-marketing lawsuits in two
St. Anthony Nursing Home employees were negligent when a 93-year-old
woman fell from her wheelchair at the home last year and suffered severe
brain damage and other injuries that killed her, the woman’s daughter
alleges in a lawsuit.
Templeton Rye will pay an unspecified amount of money to those who
bought its whiskey and has changed its bottle labels and online
marketing as part of an agreement to end three lawsuits filed against
the company for misleading customers about how the whiskey is produced,
according to court records.
The Iowa Supreme Court refused last week to consider a 37-year-old
Carroll man’s appeal of his sex-abuse convictions last year for having
sex with his 13-year-old niece.
The Carroll man accused of a fatal, drunken crash in November has asked a
judge to move his vehicular homicide trial from Carroll County due to
pre-trial publicity of the case that has led to “misinformation, gossip,
rumors and speculation” by potential jurors, according to court
A 21-year-old man has made a plea deal on charges that he had provided
alcohol to an underage youth who later was involved in a collision that
killed two teenage girls.
“I’ll tell David, ‘Hi,’” were Thomas Henderson’s parting words to his murder victims’ family after a judge sentenced him to life in prison this morning. He stuck his tongue out at them. It was a parting swipe at the family’s relative, David Warnke, who is serving up to 10 years in prison for drug possession. The family erupted. “I wanna blow the place up!” said Denise Green, Warnke’s sister.
Jason Michael Watson was driving 73 mph and drunk — fleeing from a burglary with his girlfriend passed out in his sport utility vehicle — when he missed the first curve of a county road just north of Coon Rapids and briefly dipped off the roadway, prosecutors are expected to allege at the man’s upcoming vehicular homicide trial.
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