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  • Judge orders farmer to lower grain tower
    A farmer east of Carroll must modify or remove a grain-distribution tower because it protrudes into the local airport’s protected airspace, a judge ruled on Friday.
  • Spat over woman led to neck stabbing
    A 26-year-old Audubon man intended to kill another man who refused his demands to stop dating a woman.
  • Justices reject strangler’s murder conviction appeal
    The 57-year-old Georgia man convicted of killing his longtime friend in Sac City was not entitled to an attorney in his first interview with police officers, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled last week.
  • A rural Carroll woman has agreed to undo the changes she made to her ailing father’s financial trust that, at least in one instance, shifted inheritance money away from her brothers, according to court documents.
  • Attempted tampon thief faces more criminal charges
    The 33-year-old Rhodes woman who claimed she was searching vehicles for a tampon in March at Wild Rose casino in Jefferson faces further criminal charges for going into other vehicles in Greene and Tama counties.
  • Nurse pleads guilty for drug theft
    A nurse accused of stealing a powerful anesthesia drug from Manning Regional Healthcare Center has pleaded guilty to a felony charge and faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in August.
  • Standoff suspect had pellet gun, meth
    A 36-year-old Westside man was armed with two pellet guns when he barricaded himself in the basement of his house Tuesday as law officers sought to search it for drugs.
  • It was an American bulldog’s aggression that caused the dogfight a year ago that led city leaders to expel the dog from town, a judge decided this week.
  • Domestic terror suspect faces federal weapons charges
    The 36-year-old Jefferson man who allegedly plotted to shoot and kill police officers has been charged with five crimes in federal court, each of which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
  • Brain injury might affect drunk golfer’s punishment
    A 59-year-old Glidden man who was set to be sentenced this week to a possible five years in prison for a drunken August crash is still recovering from a severe, work-related head injury that might affect his punishment for the crash, his attorney contends in a court document filed Wednesday.
  • Today, after months of legal wrangling among six siblings, the daughter of a wealthy, ailing 91-year-old Carroll man officially became his legal guardian.
  • Carroll man has been imprisoned two years awaiting trial
    Mark Alan Steffes, a felon, was arrested two years ago for having a handgun, yet his federal court case is not likely to go to trial for many more months, if it ever does.
  • Drunk golfer pleads guilty for crash
    A 59-year-old Glidden man faces up to five years in prison on Wednesday for crashing his pickup truck into a tractor in August after a round of golf.
  • Crook to plead guilty to burglary
    The 32-year-old Scranton man who allegedly caused more than $10,000 worth of damage to the inside of an agricultural business west of Carroll is expected to plead guilty this month to one of the felonies he faces, according to court records.
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