A 19-year-old Audubon man is accused of robbing the Subway restaurant in
his town last week with the help of a 16-year-old boy who worked there
the night of the robbery, according to the town’s police chief.
Andrew Smaldone, 29, originally of Naples, Florida, was hired as a deputy for the Carroll County Sheriff’s office in March.
Jacob Hannasch, 23, a 2011 Carroll High School graduate, joined the Carroll County Sheriff’s office in May 2015.
Gunner Gilland, 24, joined the Carroll County Sheriff’s office in May
2015. It’s his first job in law enforcement. He is a recent graduate of
Buena Vista University in Storm Lake with a bachelor’s degree in
criminal justice and criminology.
Audubon and other area law officers continue their search for the robber
who was armed with a handgun and stole money from Subway on Sunday.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s office will no longer have a chief deputy,
under the first major change implemented by newly minted Sheriff Ken
Someone dressed in all black clothes and a mask went into the Subway
restaurant in Audubon Sunday night with a handgun, demanded money from
an employee and fled out a back door.
A woman wanted for a probation violation who repeatedly hid in her oven
to evade police was finally arrested in Guthrie Center last Thursday
when officers found her in the oven.
A 50-year-old Glidden man allegedly threatened his mother and other
family members with a muzzle-loading rifle Saturday night, which spurred
law-enforcement officers to evacuate the neighborhood for about an hour
until the man surrendered.
A 38-year-old Carroll man allegedly pinned a woman down in her apartment and groped her genitals on Saturday.
A 72-year-old Auburn woman allegedly failed to yield to another vehicle
when she turned onto U.S. Highway 30 near Motor Inn on the west side of
Carroll and was struck in her driver-side front door, according to a
A 40-year-old Jefferson man allegedly sold methamphetamine at a Coon
Rapids gas station and service center where he worked as a mechanic.
A Denison High School senior drowned Sunday afternoon when his boat
capsized in a frigid farm pond 4 miles west of Dow City, according to
the Crawford County Sheriff.
The 45-year-old Schleswig man who allegedly fired a shotgun in the
direction of law officers at the end of a four-hour standoff last week
is charged with two felonies for assault on a peace officer, according
to a state Division of Criminal Investigation press release.
Investigators searched the apartment of a Schleswig man who fired a
shotgun at law-enforcement officers Wednesday night for evidence that he
is mentally unstable, according to court records.
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