A 53-year-old Carroll man was sentenced this week to up to 10 years in prison for dealing methamphetamine while he was on parole for similar crimes, according to court records.
Calhoun County has agreed to pay a former employee of its former sheriff $900,000 to settle a civil rights complaint she made against him for alleged sexual harassment and other abusive behavior.
DENISON — Esperanza Barrena still has moments when she expects her husband to come home from work at the end of the day, even though he burned in a fiery crash more than a year ago that was caused by a drunk driver.
A 22-year-old Odebolt man is set to plead guilty Monday to three felonies for a drunken 2019 crash that killed three Denison residents, according to court records.
An 18-year-old Carroll man who is on probation for a felony attempted burglary conviction last year was arrested Friday in Spirit Lake for having a gun and marijuana in a Walmart parking lot.
JCPenney’s insurance company is suing the city of Carroll for more than $250,000 for the damage a water main break caused to the downtown store in January 2018.
The eastern Iowa prison that acts as an intake for all new inmates has one prisoner who is infected by the new coronavirus and at least two staff members, state officials announced today.
A deputy of the now-suspended Calhoun County sheriff confiscated the sheriff’s cellphone last week as part of the investigation into his alleged assaults of his wife and a police officer, according to court records.
The allegations that the Calhoun County sheriff attacked his wife and a police officer — and the subsequent petition to remove him from elected office — are the result of a "witch hunt," the wife said in a video she posted online.
The Calhoun County sheriff, who was arrested Saturday night for attacking his wife and a police officer, has been suspended without pay pending a judge's decision about whether he should be removed from his elected office, according to court records.
The Calhoun County Sheriff assaulted his wife and a police officer Saturday night, and it took six officers to subdue and arrest him, according to court records.
A 17-year-old Onawa boy was angry at another boy for repeatedly pointing an unloaded shotgun at others and pulling the trigger, so he grabbed a loaded shotgun and shot the boy in the head, according to court records.
Carroll County Attorney John Werden is dismissing scads of low-priority court cases in an effort to reduce personal contact during the coronavirus outbreak.
The 27-year-old Colorado man who tossed water onto U.S. Rep. Steve King as he dined in Fort Dodge last March was sentenced Thursday to two years of federal probation, according to court records.
The man who has waged an admittedly farcical campaign for a court-ordered sword fight with his ex-wife now must undergo a court-ordered mental health evaluation before he is allowed to have unsupervised contact with his two children again, a judge has ruled.
A 28-year-old woman who was declared incompetent to stand trial for repeatedly stabbing her boyfriend with scissors in 2018 and who recently was accused of arson in Des Moines was detained in Carroll on Monday after she received emergency mental health treatment.
A family doctor at Denison’s hospital warned his patients and colleagues to wear masks, to keep children home from school and to stop going to church and hugging people, according to a three-page letter he recently distributed about a new virus that is spreading from China.
A 36-year-old Manning man who allegedly fired a gun within city limits has been fined more than $1,000 for hunting, trapping and fishing violations and still faces a weapons charge that is punishable with prison time, according to court records.
A downturn in the farm economy several years ago threatened to sink Bob Adams’ vehicle dealerships, which forced him to defraud creditors and customers to keep the businesses afloat, Adams told the Times Herald today.
A former Denison car dealership owner accused of defrauding creditors and customers over the course of two years will not go to prison and will not be formally convicted of a crime, according to a plea agreement that was approved Tuesday.
The 49-year-old rural Jefferson man who sexually abused his daughter lost his first appeal of his convictions and his 75-year prison sentence, according to court records.
The 25-year-old Newell man accused of igniting at least two fires so that he could extinguish them in his capacity as a volunteer firefighter — and who also is accused of molesting a young girl — is negotiating a single plea deal that would conclude all of the cases, according to court records.
The former Grand Junction fire chief claims a police officer improperly kept him from seeking advice from his fiancée when he was arrested for driving an ambulance while drunk in November, according to court records.
A 26-year-old Carroll man who has a history of vehicle burglary went into an unlocked vehicle on the north side of town overnight in December and stole a handgun, according to court records.
A 30-year-old Denison man was sentenced last week to up to 15 years in prison for having a sizeable amount of methamphetamine and a switchblade knife in his vehicle in Manning last year, according to court records.
A 34-year-old Glidden man is accused of assaulting the mother of his children last week as she held a child and of kicking two sheriff’s deputies as they arrested him, according to court records.
A Kansas man seeks a court-ordered sword fight to settle a dispute with his ex-wife in Harlan over his ability to communicate with their two children, according to court records.
A 29-year-old Storm Lake man accused of dozens of burglaries in three states is finally set to face his felony charges in Carroll County for four break-ins in 2015 in Dedham and Templeton, according to court records.
Crawford County Memorial Hospital and an anesthesia services provider have agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a lawsuit for the wrongful death of the former Smithfield Foods plant manager in Denison, according to a copy of the settlement.
A former Scranton man was granted a “tremendous opportunity” in 2018 when he received 90 days in jail rather than a prison sentence, County Attorney Thomas Laehn said last week, despite being found guilty by a jury of felony drug charges.
A 42-year-old Carroll-born attorney is among the 12 people who have applied to fill a vacancy of the Iowa Supreme Court, according to state court officials.
A 36-year-old Manning man was arrested Saturday when a police officer found him with a loaded shotgun — and wearing camouflage and fox urine — in the backyard of some houses in town, according to court records.
A deputy sheriff improperly obtained a sample of a Carroll woman’s blood with confidential information from a paramedic who treated the woman after a crash in June, a judge ruled last week.
A 64-year-old man who was evicted from his Carroll apartment and threatened to kill someone last week was arrested Sunday in Des Moines for bludgeoning and beheading a rabbit at an animal shelter, according to court records.
The Greene County Middle School was on high alert and restricted the movement of students for about two hours Monday morning until law enforcement officers arrested an Ogden woman who wandered through the building and stole items from a locker room and a vehicle in the parking lot.
A 20-year-old Des Moines woman had marijuana, an electronic scale and a pipe to smoke the drug hidden in her bra when a deputy sheriff stopped her for a traffic violation in Glidden last week.
A 29-year-old Carroll man accused of trying to push his girlfriend out of a moving vehicle was subdued with a stun gun and at least five police officers and paramedics Tuesday when he resisted arrest, according to court records.