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.
The former Lanesboro man who was severely injured in a September 2013
brawl at his house — and, ultimately, was arrested for drug crimes the
same day felony charges against his alleged assailants were dismissed —
led Fort Dodge police on a short chase last week and crashed into an
electrical pole, court documents show.
The former Carroll man accused of driving drunk, stealing a
vehicle, trespassing, drug possession and stealing groceries from
Walmart and Hy-Vee Food Store in separate incidents in the past three
months might suffer from a mental disorder that prevents him from
competently defending himself against the accusations, according to
A 28-year-old Carroll man who punched a fellow jail inmate in the face —
which resulted in a cut, black eye, broken tooth and double vision —
was sentenced to up to five years in prison for the assault on Thursday.
A former Carroll man — who in the past two months allegedly wrecked his
car in a drunken, high-speed crash near Audubon and stole a car in
Carroll, parked it in the wrong garage and was arrested for a slew of
charges — is broke, according to court records.
A 23-year-old Carroll man who was 16 when he raped a 7-year-old girl
must serve at least 17 years of his 25-year prison sentence before he is
eligible for parole, a judge decided this week.
A 73-year-old rural Glidden man will serve up to 10 years in prison for
forcing a child relative to touch his genitalia, a judge decided Monday.
A Lake City man accused of brutally killing a Glidden woman and her
adult son last year will stand trial for first-degree murder in May,
according to a pending judge’s order that will delay the trial.
They cried. They sighed. They hugged. The murder trial — and all of its gory details — was finally over.
“She knows she’s here to dump on Mr. Schenk,” said attorney Michael
Williams of Erika Dains, 37, of Denison, who made a plea deal with
prosecutors to testify against Schenk. “She better do something to dump
on Michael Schenk, or she doesn’t get that deal.”
A 20-year-old Denison man’s double-murder-and-arson trial is set to
start in late April in Sioux City, where it was moved after his alleged
cohort was convicted of the crimes in Denison in January, according to
Double-murder and arson suspect Michael Schenk led investigators to
discover a stash of evidence that prosecutors are using to try to put
him in prison for life.
He made it through repeated, detailed descriptions of his alleged crime,
as well as the testimony of the daughter of the woman he is accused of
A 41-year-old Carroll man will serve 10 years in federal prison for
selling large amounts of methamphetamine to an undercover state
narcotics enforcement agent several times last year, according to court
With gunshots ringing in the air — more than four, with a reload in
between each pull of the trigger — he returned to his two friends.
A Walmart receipt that ties a Denison man to a 2014 double-homicide
should not be used as evidence in his first-degree murder trial this
week because it has faded beyond recognition in the past 10 months, the
man’s attorney argues in court documents.
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