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Theft Complaint Results in Arrests of Four Subjects

September 4, 2011

Marshall County - The Marshall County Sheriff's Office responded to a complaint of theft early Friday morning, September 2nd, 2011, resulting in the arrests of four subjects.

The reporting party from 2656 Jessup Avenue, in rural Marshall County called authorities at about 6:10am after he had allowed some travelers to use his bathroom and get a drink and upon their departure, discovered property missing from his residence. Based on information from the victim, a Sheriff's Deputy located a suspect vehicle and four adults near Hwy 330 and 250th St.

The subsequent investigation resulted in the recovery of property that had been reported as stolen, and the arrests of the four subjects as follows:

  1. Robert Tyler Woodard, age 27, of Des Moines, IA.
    Charged with:
    • Aiding and Abetting 3rd degree burglary, Class D Felony
    • Harassment of Public Official, a simple misdemeanor
    • Theft 5th Degree, a simple misdemeanor
  2. Jean Elizabeth Wood, age 31, of Osceola, IA.
    Charged with:
    • Aiding and Abetting
    • 3rd degree burglary, a Class D Felony
  3. Timothy John Wood, age 41, of Des Moines, IA.
    Charged with:
    • Burglary 3rd degree, Class D felony
    • Possess burglar's tools, an aggravated misdemeanor
  4. Nicholas Ray Nickerson, age 28, of Des Moines, IA.
    Charged with:
    • Aiding and Abetting burglary 3rd degree, class D felony
    • Open Container, a simple misdemeanor
    • Driving under Suspension, a simple misdemeanor

All four suspects were being held at the Marshall County Jail on $5,000.00 each. The investigation into this incident is continuing.

About Marshall County Sheriff's Office
The Marshall County, Iowa Sheriff's Office is headed up by Sheriff Ted G. Kamatchus. Sheriff Kamatchus is committed to keeping communities and neighborhoods safe in Marshall County.

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Chief Deputy Burt Tecklenburg
Marshall County Sheriff's Office
Fax 641-754-6325

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