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Waterloo Safety Services Director, Dan Trelka, says his officers have arrested the man they believe pulled the trigger in Wednesday night's double shooting.More >>
Waterloo Safety Services Director, Dan Trelka, says his officers have arrested the man they believe pulled the trigger in Wednesday night's double shooting at 704 Newell Street, which left one woman dead and another wounded.More >>
Friends and family remembered a Waterloo murder victim Sunday night.More >>
Friends and family remembered a Waterloo murder victim Sunday evening.More >>
WATERLOO (KWWL) -
Prosecutors want to combine two trials for a Waterloo man accused of shooting his fiancee and killing her mother.
33-year-old Kevin Ambrose faces a murder charge in the in the May shooting death of 59-year-old Kay Straw. He faces attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting and injuring his fiancee Marlene Buss. The trial is scheduled for next month.
Attorneys want to consolidate that with a separate trial for unlawfully possessing the firearms at the time of the shootings.
Assistant Black Hawk County Attorney Linda Fangman said during a court hearing Monday that the facts and circumstances in both trials are the same.
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