Current News | 2016 Archives | 2015 Archives | 2014 Archives | 2013 Archives | 2012 Archives | 2011 Archives | 2010 Archives | 2009 Archives | 2008 and Earlier Archives | Iowa Cold in the News May 13, 2018 | by Carroll Mc Kibbin, guest columnist, The Gazette My dear mother saw the trials of the human existence through rose-colored glasses and a matching vocabulary.Tags: search for dating partnerStranger chat nudeis miley cyrus dating justin gastonua marriage dating sitesiinternet dating satiredating affiliate addsiteportage config files in etc need updatingSexy mobile video adult chat no sing inChat webcam jandainternet dating the rules
Pregnant single girls, a condition my sensitive mother would never describe with such a repugnant term, were said to be “indisposed” and “visiting” in Sioux City, the site of a home for unwed mothers.
Full Story May 10, 2018 | by Kim Norvell, The Des Moines Register The case of a rural Dallas County woman who was killed and robbed of $50 remains unsolved 53 years after her death.
The 58-year-old Syperda remained stoic as attorneys presented closing arguments Monday in Henry County District Court, where he is on trial on first-degree murder charges in the July 2000 killing of his 22-year-old estranged wife, Elizabeth Syperda.
She vanished from her Mount Pleasant apartment about a month after she moved from the home she shared with Syperda to live with Sara Beckman, with whom she was involved in an intimate relationship.
His department is committing $30,000 of investigative resources to determine if any of the county’s cold cases have enough traction to be solved.
There are five unsolved cases in Dallas County, according to Iowa Cold Cases, a nonprofit organization that tracks cold cases in the state.Decades later, the case remains unsolved, but her sister refuses to give up hope that one day her sister’s killer will be found.Jackie’s sister Debra Husemann says, “It’s probably someone who did know her or had something against her, I don’t know, but to be stabbed 27 times with a pair of scissors…you had to have some anger there.” It was 1975, what’s now a playground was the popular Marino’s Meal on a Bun diner.Husemann was just 17 years old, but she still remembers the call. 19, 2018 | by Shelly Ragen, The Oskaloosa Herald OSKALOOSA –– It’s been over thirty years since a lady out for her morning stroll came across a body lying in a creek bed near her farm in Rose Hill, Iowa. 5, 1986 and down a gravel road a bicycle lay near the middle of the bridge.The award ceremony took place at the Sioux City Police Department on Nov. The FLEOA was founded in 1977, and is a non-profit organization that represents federal law enforcement agents across the nation, and currently represents more than 25,000 federal law enforcement agents from over 65 different agencies.The recipients of the FLEOA award were FBI Special Agent Jonathan Moeller, of rural Plymouth County, Northern District of Iowa Assistant United States Attorney Forde Fairchild, Sioux City Police Department Detectives Heather Albrecht and Mike Simons and Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office Captain Mike Walsh. 5, 2018 | WCF Courier WATERLOO – Plastic stars dangle on fishing line from a tree on Ray “Sherman” Hill’s lawn, making up a family tree of his loved ones who have passed on. They all died of natural causes,” he said, pointing to the stars closer to the winter-bare trunk. Six months after the shooting death of his daughter, Hill is still looking for answers.When they walked into the office just after a.m., they discovered the manager, Frederick Leonard Coste, lying in a pool of blood in an interview booth. 22, 2018 | by Lauren Moss, DUBUQUE (KWWL) – It was a brutal murder that affected the entire city of Dubuque back in the 70’s.21-year-old Jackie Shireman, a beautiful waitress and newlywed, was found stabbed to death inside a diner with a pair of scissors.Then in December, another judge found Purk guilty of second degree murder.Full Story (Photo courtesy of Sioux City Police Department) Law enforcement honored with the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) national group achievement award were (from left) — FLEOA National Officer Mark Heinbach, FLEOA Nebraska/Iowa President Mark Kula, Sioux City Police Officer Mike Simons, Sioux City Police Detective Heather Albrecht, Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Jon Moeller, Assistant United States Attorney Forde Fairchild and Minnehaha County Sheriff Captain Mike Walsh.