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  • A state medical examiner was unable to determine what caused a 4-year-old Carroll boy to die in December.

  • The 16-year-old girl who was arrested Monday for making unspecified threats to harm Audubon High School students and staff had planned an attack and was capable of carrying it out, Audubon Police Chief Matt Starmer confirmed to the Daily Times Herald.

  • Neitzel appeals conviction to high court

    A 26-year-old Carroll man is challenging a judge’s decision that denied his sixth appeal of his felony sex-abuse conviction that might imprison him until he is 40.

  • Man who murdered woman and her son appeals conviction

    The 57-year-old former Lake City man who mocked the family of his murder victims when he was sentenced to life in prison in 2015 has made a third appeal of his convictions.

  • A 16-year-old former Audubon High School student made unspecified threats to harm the school’s students and staff on Monday and was arrested for a threat of terrorism.

  • Man arrested for wearing woman’s stolen coat

    A 22-year-old Carroll man faces numerous criminal charges for a string of crimes in the past three months, including for wearing a woman’s stolen fur coat as he walked along North Grant Road that he claimed he bought from a “guy named Mark” in the Fairview Elementary School parking lot, court records show.

  • Rancho Grande restaurant served too much alcohol to a 57-year-old Coon Rapids woman in May 2017 who later crashed her car head-on into a sport utility vehicle on U.S. Highway 71 south of Carroll, according to a lawsuit filed against the restaurant.

  • The wife of a volunteer football coach for Carroll High School is suing the school district because she fell on an uneven sidewalk at Adams Elementary School in 2016 and broke her ankle, court records show.

  • Woman arrested after trying to buy beer past 2 a.m.

    A 22-year-old Bayard woman was arrested for public intoxication after she became upset when a convenience store clerk refused to sell her alcohol after 2 a.m. on Sunday.

  • One-third of the Carroll businesses that have tobacco permits failed the most recent round of police compliance checks to see if their store clerks would sell to a minor.

  • A 19-year-old Glidden woman had sent a message through the popular social media application Snapchat shortly before she crashed her car into the rear of a stopped car Tuesday on U.S. Highway 30 south of Lidderdale.

  • Inmate punches inmate for way he talks

    A 44-year-old Carroll man who is held in the county jail punched a fellow inmate because he “disliked the way the other inmate was talking on the phone,” according to court records.

  • Two friends were arrested Saturday night — one for OWI and one for being drunk and assaulting a woman — after they were involved in a fight at the Rush Inn bar in Glidden.

  • A judge denied last week a Carroll farmer’s request for an exception that would allow him to keep a grain-distribution tower that protrudes into protected airspace.

  • A 17-year-old Carroll boy faces up to two years in prison for stealing and severely damaging a motorcycle in October.

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