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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 17-year-old boy who was allegedly drunk in August when he crashed into a car and killed two girls should be prosecuted as an adult and face up to 50 years in prison, the Sac County attorney argues in court documents. 
  • Drug dealer won’t ‘name names’
    The former Carroll man who sold high-purity methamphetamine and is set to be sentenced Monday for four felony drug charges has refused to help investigators prosecute his cohorts, court documents show. 
  • Two to plead guilty for flagpole thefts

    Two of the men accused of stealing more than 500 flagpoles from the Carroll American Legion over Memorial Day weekend are set to plead guilty to a felony theft charge this month, according to court records.

  • Glidden double-murder trial delayed months
    The first-degree murder trial of the man accused of brutally killing a woman and her adult son four months ago in Glidden is now set for February, according to court records. 
  • Man charged with killing officer offers no regrets
    Jurors in the first-degree murder trial of a man charged with killing a Rockwell City police officer heard a taped interview Wednesday in which he expressed no regret about shooting the officer. 
  • Stabber gets 15 years for ‘horrific acts’
    Mark Lee glanced nervously in an orange-and-white jail jumpsuit Tuesday at the ex-girlfriend he attacked and allegedly held captive in his basement in May. 
  • Meth dealer faces 60 years in prison
    A former Carroll man pleaded guilty to four drug-related felonies Tuesday for selling high-purity methamphetamine and marijuana last year at an acreage south of Arcadia. 
  • Flagpole thief ordered to volunteer for veterans
    One of the three men accused of stealing more than 500 flagpoles from the Carroll American Legion over Memorial Day weekend must spend 40 hours of community service at the Carroll Cemetery, helping to put up and take down the Legion’s flags, a judge ordered today. 
  • Mark Lee faces 15 years for ex-girlfriend attack
    The Carroll man who allegedly choked and stabbed his ex-girlfriend in May and held her captive in the basement of his house is set to plead guilty to two felony charges that are punishable by up to 15 years in prison, according to a plea agreement. 
  • Stabbing suspect to plead guilty
    A man accused of choking and stabbing his ex-girlfriend in May in the basement of his Carroll house is expected to plead guilty to at least one criminal charge next month, according to court records. 
  • A 51-year-old Coon Rapids man was sentenced to up to 32 years in prison Monday for his serial sexual abuse of young girls - including the alleged rape of a 6-year-old that happened 11 years ago. 
  • Jury will hear cop-killing 
confession at trial
    Prosecutors can use Corey Trott's confession to killing a Rockwell City Police officer at his first-degree murder trial that is set to begin next month, a judge ruled this week. 
  • Judge to decide competency of alleged meth dealer
    A former Carroll man will undergo another psychiatric evaluation before a judge decides whether to accept his expected guilty pleas for four felony drug charges for allegedly dealing marijuana and high-purity methamphetamine last year. 
  • Judge to rule on cop-killing confession
    A state investigator did not know that the man accused of killing a Rockwell City police officer had invoked his right to remain silent before the investigator sought to question the man in jail, the investigator testified in court on Friday. 
  • Jury sides with farmer in bribery lawsuit
    A jury decided Thursday that farmer Bill Wollesen did not know he was making under-the-table payments to a Ralston farmers' cooperative sales manager for improper discounts on seed and fertilizer, which totaled about $2.3 million over the course of six years. 
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