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  • Driver loses control of car, overturns while passing

    A 23-year-old Scranton man, who apparently was upset at a slow driver on U.S. Highway 30 on Monday afternoon, attempted to pass and raised a middle finger at the driver shortly before he lost control of his car, which struck a light pole and overturned onto its top, according to a police report.

  • Man with bomb parts, guns planned to kill cops

    A 50-year-old Harlan man who abused methamphetamine and had an ongoing dispute with his ex-wife about custody of their children and child-support payments acquired items needed to build a fertilizer bomb in July and hoped to kill several law-enforcement officers, according to state and federal court documents.

  • Carroll's Chris Polking named district judge

    Chris Polking, a Carroll native who has practiced law here for nearly two decades and served about half that time as a magistrate, was appointed last week a district court judge by Gov. Kim Reynolds.

  • Second Carroll attorney named district judge

    Chris Polking, a former Carroll magistrate and longtime local attorney, has been appointed a district court judge.

  • Michigan man veers through traffic, crashes, flips Jeep

    A 39-year-old Michigan man in a sport-utility vehicle was arrested Monday night after he sped through Carroll, failed to stop for a police officer, swerved into oncoming traffic and crashed into a minivan, which injured three people in the van and caused his vehicle to overturn onto its top, according to court records.

  • Arrested man accuses officer of ‘excessive force’

    A Denison police officer who was dispatched to check on a potentially suicidal man slammed the man to the ground and pressed his foot against his head after the man failed to stop his vehicle for the officer, according to a federal lawsuit the man filed against the officer and city.

  • TV dispute prompts drive-by shooting
    The man who allegedly fired three bullets into his estranged wife’s car Wednesday in Carroll did so because he suspected her of breaking his TV. He admitted to shooting the car in an interview with police officers, court records show.
  • Manning man suspected of Carroll shooting

    A 62-year-old Manning man is the suspect of a shooting in Carroll Wednesday night.

  • Accused package thief charged for meth, child endangerment

    One of the two Carroll people accused of stealing packages from doorsteps in January and February is accused of having methamphetamine in his house that was accessible to children, according to court records.

  • Jailer accused of dealing painkillers

    A Sac County jailer bought hundreds of opioid pain pills online last month and sold them to at least two people, according to court records.

  • Paranoid man with gun breaks into business to call police

    A 27-year-old Carroll man who suspected he smoked marijuana that was laced with another unidentified drug broke into a downtown Jefferson business last week to use the landline telephone inside to call for help because he was paranoid that someone wanted to harm him and had hacked his cellphone, according to court records.

  • Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced her appointments of Gina Badding and Amy Moore as district court judges in Judicial Election District 2B.

  • Diocese: Allegation against former Carroll priest is ‘credible’

    More than 20 years after a former Catholic priest in Carroll was accused in district court of groping a teenage girl, the Sioux City Diocese has deemed the allegation “credible” and last week banned him from preaching and hearing confessions, among other priestly duties.

  • Judge denies request for deer heads’ return

    A new state law that enables suspected poachers to more easily reclaim their trophy kills and equipment if they are not convicted of a hunting crime does not prevent law-enforcement officers from seizing those items during investigations, a district judge ruled Wednesday.

  • Mayor arrested for growing pot as officers search for Ames shooter

    Law-enforcement officers found 18 marijuana plants growing in the Jamaica mayor’s house Wednesday as they searched for a man wanted for attempted murder for a recent shooting in Ames, according to court records.

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