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Worth county man faces felony kidnapping charge

This news story was published on January 25, 2014.
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MANLY – A local man is facing a felony charge in Worth county after an incident last fall involving another local man.

Chad Lutcavish, age 35 of Manly, remains in the Worth County Jail on charges of felony A first degree kidnapping and  serious misdemeanor assault causing bodily injury.  The charges stem from an alleged incident between Lutcavish and another man on October 6, 2013 in Worth County.  Reportedly, Lutcavish sprayed a toxic chemical on the man, injuring him.

Lutcavish sought to have a new attorney take his case after his Des moines attorney, Charles Kenville, withdrew on Thursday.  He faces an arraignment hearing on February 3.  He is being held on $100,000 bond.



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8 Responses to Worth county man faces felony kidnapping charge

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    infamous Reply Report comment

    January 26, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    feed this piece of shit no minded danger to society to the hogs at least he can fertalize the earth not worth any anything else or should we pay 30.000 dollars to keep him around evidently daddy forgot to do his job as a parent the punishment definitely dosent fit the crime course that’s our justice system im all for public exicutions on tv Sunday maybe we could straighten this world out cause god knows half the cops in this town are as bad as the criminals fact if your related to ex cop they just let u go right Duane k and try to put victom in prison b a cold day in hell before idd yry to save a mcpd officer from any harm u get what u give

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    sigsaur Reply Report comment

    January 26, 2014 at 1:49 am

    Not to fair to be able to fight to defend our country and yet not legal to drink a beer.

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    Philosophus Reply Report comment

    January 25, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    This punk would wipe his smile off his ugly mug if he were in my station. Poisoning someone with a toxic chemical should get you dipped in a barrel of Lorsban as punishment. He thinks it’s funny he’s on TV. Throw the book at this Orc.

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      LVS Reply Report comment

      January 25, 2014 at 3:47 pm

      That is what drug dealers do every damn day. Poison people and especially kids.

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        Philosophus Reply Report comment

        January 25, 2014 at 3:57 pm

        There’s a difference in my view between someone who makes a conscious choice to consume a substance into their own body, and someone who maliciously sprays a toxic chemical on someone’s skin that could give them cancer or poison their skin, kidneys, liver, or lungs.

        I AGREE with you that drug pushers against children should be arrested. Absolutely. And when marijuana is legalized, anyone caught selling in a school zone or to minors should be arrested, but the penalty shouldn’t be any more severe than it is for providing alcohol to a minor. Hard drugs are a different story.

        Plus, In any scenario I feel the age for legal consumption of marijuana should be around 25. I know this will go at odds for some who favor age 21, but I am willing to trust the science about developing brains. This would mean also though, that alcohol should be raised up to that level as well.

        I don’t want to see a population stoned and drunk LVS. I just don’t want to see a population legally punished either.

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          maybe Reply Report comment

          January 25, 2014 at 4:01 pm

          Your comment about the developing brains means you saw the same news story that I did. Younger kids usually smoke pot because others are, peer pressure. Like I said peter, we agree to disagree on certain parts.

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            January 25, 2014 at 4:14 pm

            Agreed. Peer pressure is bad. I’m willing to accept the 25 age for legal consumption. Over time society will too.

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        Get Help Reply Report comment

        January 26, 2014 at 2:28 am

        It’s guys like you that created the situation.

        You keep drugs illegal, so crazies can sell any type product they want. Fill it full of rat poison if you want there is no control.

        It’s odd how these righties, have missed the concept, of “greater control” on anything. As they
        seem to love telling people what to do more then life itself.

        They want to control and get into everyone’s bedrooms, pocket books, minds hearts and souls. Even the pharos of old didn’t demand such love and attention.