Three Carroll boys — ages 17, 16 and 15 — are accused of spraying graffiti on signs, benches, buildings and trails in several park areas in and near Carroll in early March, according to the Carroll Police Department.
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.
Law enforcement officers in Carroll County have been advised to release some of the people they arrest — rather than take them to jail as they usually would — to decrease the risk of spreading the new coronavirus.
Work to repair a power line that feeds three sets of traffic lights on U.S. Highway 30 led to two crashes Wednesday morning, according to police reports.
The late former Sheriff Jack Longnecker, a highly respected and long-serving lawman the community mourns today in a funeral Mass, combined a sense of the law, fairness and common sense, colleagues and friends recalled in recent days.
An 18-year-old Breda woman was driving a car too fast west of her town Monday morning when it went out of control on a snowy road and crashed into the side of an oncoming vehicle with an infant passenger, according to a sheriff’s report.
A vandal damaged the wireless card readers at Carroll Middle School and filled keyholes with epoxy in an apparent attempt to prevent the school from opening Monday.
True blue to the very end. Deb Davis’ career took an unwanted, sudden turn, but she always remained a police officer at heart.
A surgeon who was hired by St. Anthony Regional Hospital early this year was arrested early this morning for driving a sport-utility vehicle drunk through a set of driveway gates of a rural Panora house, “tearing around” the yard and later fleeing from a police officer, according to court do…
STUART — Two Guthrie County deputies suffered gunshot wounds and a third suffered gunpowder burns when a bullet breezed past his head as they, along with a Stuart police officer, were serving outstanding felony warrants last Thursday evening at an apartment complex on the southwest side of Stuart.
A former Carroll County jailer repeatedly mistreated jail inmates — which included forcing one to sleep in feces — and resigned under the threat of termination this summer, according to state records.
Carroll’s Main Street will lose four parking spots, but gain six, after City Council re-voted Monday on a request that will help move forward construction of the new Carroll County jail.
County leaders approved an $8.95 million bond sale today to build a new downtown jail that netted them an additional $1.7 million up-front payment because they agreed to pay a higher interest rate.
A rash of recent complaints about teenagers tossing toilet paper onto the trees and yards of town residents yielded a stern warning from the Carroll police chief this week: “The police department is going to take a zero-tolerance approach on this issue,” Chief Brad Burke wrote in an email to…
The current design of Carroll County’s proposed new jail now might be unfeasible after Carroll’s City Council voted Monday against removing four parking spots on Main Street to allow for the jail’s construction.
The first police officer Brad Burke hired after he was promoted to chief of the Carroll Police Department in 2015 was Jacob Smith, who, public records show, had been fired from his previous police job, in part, for engaging in a Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old girl while he was on duty.
The Daily Times Herald’s account of what led a former Carroll police officer to resign under the threat of termination in July 2017 was accurate, a district judge ruled Monday when he dismissed the officer’s lawsuit against the newspaper and its reporter Jared Strong.
A Carroll police officer resigned in July under the threat of termination for violating the department’s code of conduct, according to Police Chief Brad Burke.