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Chad Hartzler
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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 Lanesboro man elected to help lead his city alleges in a lawsuit that the city’s leadership has failed to maintain storm sewers that caused water to flood his basement.
  • Militiaman’s murder trial set for June
    The first-degree murder trial of a 48-year-old Pomeroy man will start June 6, a judge decided Tuesday.
  • Farmer: FAA says grain tower is OK
    The Federal Aviation Administration told a local farmer that his grain distribution tower — which was built three years ago in apparent violation of county law — does not interfere with Carroll’s municipal airport enough to be torn down, the farmer, Loren Danner, said Tuesday.
  • No deal
    The former East Sac student who pleaded guilty to two felony vehicular homicide charges for driving drunk in a crash that killed two fellow students in August 2014 will — instead — face four felonies in a jury trial.
  • Airport seeks removal of farmer’s grain tower
    A local farmer’s grain distribution tower violates the federally regulated airspace near the Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport east of Carroll, according to a lawsuit filed by the airport’s commissioners who seek to have the tower removed.
  • Steffes fires attorney, trial delayed again for months
    A 56-year-old Carroll man who faces a federal charge for unlawfully possessing a handgun claims a police officer told him he could have a gun, despite being convicted of a felony.
  • Woman admits putting child at risk
    Allison Tucker endangered the life of her friend’s 2-year-old child when she drove the child to Des Moines in May without the supplies needed to manage the child’s diabetes, Tucker admitted last week.
  • Victims’ families protest plea deal
    Trevor Feauto should go to prison for killing two of his high school classmates, the victims’ families said this morning as Feauto was set to be sentenced to no prison time as part of a plea deal.
  • A 46-year-old sex offender moved from his rural Glidden house without notifying the Carroll County Sheriff’s office — a requirement of the statewide sex offender registry, according to court documents.
  • The owner of the local McDonald’s restaurant and a 63-year-old Carroll woman have reached an unspecified settlement that ends the woman’s lawsuit for her fall on a slick floor there two years ago.
  • Child rapist appeals again to get out of prison
    A 24-year-old Carroll man who will serve a total of 17 years in prison for raping a 7-year-old girl has, again, asked a judge to set aside his 2010 conviction.
  • A certified nursing assistant for St. Anthony Nursing Home who left a 93-year-old resident unattended in a wheelchair last year did not know to place the resident at a table to keep her from falling out of the chair, according to a state Department of Health and Human Services report.
  • Coon Rapids woman lost $110K to investment scam
    A former Humboldt investment broker faces decades in prison for allegedly stealing about $250,000 from four people — including a Coon Rapids woman — who gave him the money to invest in foreign currency.
  • Boy in fatal, drunken crash faces 90 days’ jail
    A former Wall Lake boy pleaded guilty Monday to two felony charges and a misdemeanor for a fatal August 2014 crash that killed two of his classmates, but he might get no prison time, according to a plea agreement.
  • Two teenage girls with beer and cigarettes went to find their friend in a machine shed near Dedham nearly three years ago.

    It was a Friday night, and they drove from Manning to find some fun.
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