News Minute: Here is the latest Iowa news from The Associated Press
FORT MADISON, Iowa (AP) - A southeast Iowa teenager has been accused of hiring someone to do drive by shootings on the homes of 2 police officers. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation says 18-year-old Dillen Eaves of Fort Madison was arrested yesterday. Authorities say Eaves paid an individual $1,200 in January and supplied a gun. The shootings were never carried out.
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) - Authorities have identified an injured man accused of threatening Waterloo police officers with a knife. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation says 39-year-old Richard Anderson threatened four officers early Wednesday morning in downtown Waterloo. Officer Thomas Frein shot Anderson, who received non-life-threatening injuries. None of the officers were injured.
BOONE, Iowa (AP) - Fire officials in Boone say a woman died in an early morning fire at a shelter. The Des Moines Register reports the woman died in the fire at a house being used as a woman's shelter in the central Iowa city around 3:45 a.m. yesterday.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Marine from Wisconsin has been reunited with the dog he served with in Afghanistan during a surprise ceremony at the Iowa Capitol. Marine Sergeant Ross Gundlach was pleasantly surprised yesterday to hear that Iowa Governor Terry Branstad officially retired the dog named Casey from active duty.
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