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Juvenile arrested after shooting out windows at Human Services offices in Fort Dodge in broad daylight

This news story was published on August 1, 2016.
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Downtown Fort Dodge

Downtown Fort Dodge

FORT DODGE – A juvenile took a BB gun into downtown Fort Dodge and began shooting out windows at the DHS offices before cops tracked him down and took him to jail.

On Friday, July 29th, 2016 at approx. 01:46 pm the Webster County Law Enforcement Center received a call from an employee at the DHS offices, 330 1st Avenue North, about a known juvenile male who was shooting at the windows of the building with a BB gun.

Responding officers learned that three juveniles were outside of the building and the known juvenile had a BB gun and shot out several windows in the building and also shot out the window of a vehicle in the parking lot. Officers checking the area found the BB gun and juveniles at a residence.

One juvenile was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree (a Class D Felony) and Assault While Participating in a Felony (a Class D Felony).

With the assistance of the Webster County Attorney Office and Webster County Juvenile Court personal the juvenile was arrested and transported to a juvenile detention facility.

Iowa law prohibits the release of the juvenile’s name.

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