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Three Jefferson teens are accused of a string of arsons this month that destroyed a school bus and garage and caused significant damage to an unoccupied building.
  • Final arrest made for flagpole thefts
    An 18-year-old Lohrville man is the third and final suspect implicated by police of the Memorial Day weekend flagpole thefts from the Carroll American Legion. 
  • 2 arrested for felony flagpole thefts
    Two Lake City men were arrested Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend thefts of 550 flagpoles from the Carroll American Legion. 
  • Man arrested for molesting two toddler girls
    A 51-year-old Coon Rapids man allegedly molested two toddler girls in his house in January, according to the town's police chief. 
  • Stabber might have used sword
    The stabbing suspect whom police officers arrested after a 12-hour manhunt this month in Carroll might have used a sword to stab his ex-girlfriend, according to newly released court documents. 
  • Investigation continues into mother, son slayings
    Law officers continue this week to investigate the homicides of a 48-year-old Glidden woman and her son as their relatives and friends gathered today for a morning funeral service in Carroll to mourn and remember them. 
  • Someone killed mother and son
    A 48-year-old woman and her 30-year-old son were the victims of homicides Sunday in a trailer house on the south side of Glidden, state and local investigators said in a noon press conference today. 
  • Two dead in Glidden trailer house
    A man and woman were found dead in a trailer house on the south side of Glidden late Sunday, the Division of Criminal Investigation said in a press release this morning. 
  • This is where Mark Lee hid
    Bibian Curry stepped out onto her front stoop Friday morning to feel the air. 
  • Woman stabbed, police scour city
    A 27-year-old man was still at large at about 1 p.m. today after allegedly stabbing a woman in Carroll this morning.

    Police believe Mark Lee, who has a prior domestic abuse assault charge, stabbed a woman sometime before 7 a.m. at 1308 N. Main St., where Lee is reportedly living, Carroll Police Chief Jeff Cayler said. 
  • Ex-councilman accused of pet duck theft, slaying
    A former Vail City Councilman allegedly stole a resident's pet duck early Sunday morning, broke its neck and stashed its lifeless body in a refrigerator among other food. 
  • A semi-truck caught fire near Breda Wednesday afternoon after colliding with a farm tractor. 
  • A 4-year-old girl ignited a small toy tent as she played with a lighter in her grandparents' living room two miles southeast of Carroll on Wednesday, according to Fire Chief Greg Schreck. 
  • Man was shot four times before he was burned
    An 80-year-old Maple River man was apparently shot four times by scrap-metal thieves who also shot the man's friend and burned their bodies last month, according to recently unsealed search warrant documents. 
  • Murder suspect will likely claim self-defense
    The man who allegedly admitted he killed Mark Koster in 2009 by striking him in the head and choking him with a wooden baseball bat - and then buried Koster's body in the dirt floor of a basement - will likely claim self-defense if the case goes to trial, Sac County Attorney Ben Smith said this morning in a press conference. 
  • Transient arrested in Florida for 2009 death of Sac City man
    A transient man who lived for about a month with Mark Koster, 58, in his Sac City house in 2009 allegedly struck Koster in the head and choked him to death with a wooden baseball bat and buried Koster's body in the basement of the house, according to court documents. 
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