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Accident Kills Marshalltown Man

A one vehicle accident resulted in the death of a Marshalltown man over the weekend. Marshalltown Police say Tavian Hicks was found dead at the scene of the accident around 2:00 am Saturday morning on Highway 30, just east of 18th Avenue. No information on the cause of the crash has been released.
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What's next in Xavior Harrelson investigation?

MONTEZUMA, Iowa — The Division of Criminal Investigation said the autopsy onXavior Harrelson is not complete and there is no official cause of death or determination if his death is a crime. But that has not stopped the town from honoring Xavior. “There's a lot of questions still out there,”...
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Additional Charges Pending Against Marshalltown Man After Drugs Were Found During Arrest

A Marshalltown man arrested in Carroll over the weekend may face additional charges after suspected narcotics were found on his person. At approximately 5:48 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 15, the Carroll Police Department arrested 58-year-old Randall Joseph Woodward, formerly of Carroll, in the 800 block of Plaza Drive on an outstanding Carroll County warrant for probation violation. His probation stemmed from a 2018 conviction for third-degree burglary, a class D felony. According to law enforcement, a substance believed to be methamphetamine was seized during Woodward’s arrest. He was transported to the Carroll County jail, where he remained in custody as of Monday afternoon. Additional charges are pending the return of Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) laboratory results.
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Human remains found in a field near Montezuma identified as Xavior Harrelson's

The Iowa Office of the State Medical Examiner has confirmed that the human remains found in a farm field outside of Montezuma last month are that of 10-year-old Xavior Harrelson. Poweshiek County Sheriff Thomas Kriegel announced the findings in a press release issued on Friday. “[T]he Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Office...
MONTEZUMA, IA
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Marshalltown man dies in single-car accident

A Marshalltown man lost his life in a single-vehicle accident early Saturday morning, according to a release from the Marshalltown Police Department. The MPD responded to an accident at 1:56 a.m. on Highway 30, just east of 18th Ave. At the scene, the driver of the vehicle and sole occupant — identified as 23-year-old Tavian Lawrence Hicks of Marshalltown — was found deceased upon arrival by MPD officers and Marshall County Sheriff’s Office deputies.
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Police arrest Williamsburg man after allegedly found passed out in dorm stairwell

A Williamsburg man was arrested early Sunday after being found passed out in a dorm stairwell. According to the arrest report, the incident occurred at Burge Hall just after 2 am. 18-year-old Kayden Gryp of Williamsburg was contacted by police after being found passed out. He allegedly showed multiple signs of intoxication, including bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech, unsteady balance and the odor of ingested alcohol.
WILLIAMSBURG, IA
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OSKALOOSA CITY COUNCIL TO DISCUSS HOW TO HANDLE TRAFFIC COMPLAINTS

How should the City of Oskaloosa handle requests from the public about traffic safety? The Oskaloosa City Council will talk about that at a study session prior to Monday night’s (10/18) regular Council meeting. The City Council is thinking about forming a traffic safety committee to consider such requests. That study session starts at 5pm at Oskaloosa City Hall. Then at 6, the regular Oskaloosa City Council meeting will include ceremonies to promote Oskaloosa Police Officers Austin Rogers and Nicholas Landgrebe to Sergeant. There will also be a resolution of appreciation for outgoing City Manager Michael Schrock. He will be leaving his job at the end of the month to become city manager in Ankeny.
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Remains identified as those of Iowa boy missing since May

MONTEZUMA, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Medical Examiner’s Office has confirmed that remains found in September are those of a boy who disappeared in May. The Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Office announced on its Facebook page Friday night the remains were those of Xavior Harrelson, of Montezuma. The sheriff said the boy’s cause of death would not be immediately released.
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Musco Lighting Fall Challenge provides plenty of racing excitement

OSKALOOSA — The annual Musco Lighting Fall Challenge provided non stop racing action both Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16 as the 2021 racing season came to a close on the Mahaska County fairgrounds half-mile dirt track. The Southern Iowa Speedway saw 200 entries take part over the two days of racing action.
OSKALOOSA, IA
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Let’s Talk Pella – Wonder Spelen is Open

Mark Wiskus, Fred Kreykes, and Julie Paxton with Wonder Spelen and Pella Community Services Director Jeanette Vaughan discuss the opening of Wonder Spelen. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSS | Subscribe to Let's Talk Pella.
PELLA, IA
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REMAINS IDENTIFIED AS XAVIOR HARRELSON

Remains found northwest of Montezuma on September 30th are confirmed to be those of Xavior Harrelson. Xavior was reported missing from his Montezuma home on May 27th—shortly before his 11th birthday. The cause of death has not been released.
MONTEZUMA, IA

Police confirm found remains were missing boy

MONTEZUMA — Authorities late Friday confirmed that the remains found in a farm field northwest of Montezuma last month were in fact a missing boy from the area. The Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office said Friday that it was notified the Iowa State Medical Examiner's Office had confirmed the remains were of Xavior Harrelson, an 11-year-old boy missing since late May.
MONTEZUMA, IA
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Wonder Spelen now open in Pella for children everywhere

PELLA — Pella children can now rejoice as they can visit a new playground designed for everybody. Community members held a ribbon cutting for Wonder Spelen last weekend, allowing dozens of kids to access the all-inclusive upgrade in Kiwanis Park. Wonder Spelen, which translates to “miracle play” in Dutch, is...
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