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Wisconsin man accused of burglary spree in Iowa; doesn’t go quietly when caught


This news story was published on January 19, 2019.
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DES MOINES – A Wisconsin man is accused of burglary a spree in Iowa and when he was cornered in a casino, he didn’t go quietly.

Beginning in September 2018, law enforcement agencies began responding to numerous burglaries of rural businesses all across the state of Iowa and Minnesota. The burglar forced their way into business late at night when the businesses were closed. The burglar would steal primarily cash from these businesses. Law enforcement agencies across the state have been worked together sharing details of the burglaries and video surveillance to try and identify, locate and arrest the burglary suspect.

Through cooperation and information sharing, law enforcement officials were able to identify ERIC TODD HALL (age 43) as the suspect in the burglaries. Mr. HALL has outstanding warrant from the State of Wisconsin for Probation Violation. Both the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office and Council Bluffs Police Departments in Iowa had also filed warrants for HALL’S arrest to include; 3 counts of Burglary 3rd degree, Eluding and Interference with Official Acts respectively.

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019, an off duty Guthrie County Deputy located HALL at the Prairie Meadows Casino in Altoona, Iowa. The Deputy notified Polk County Sheriff’s Deputies who responded and attempted to arrest HALL on his outstanding warrants. HALL initially resisted Deputies during his arrest, but was taken into custody. Polk County authorities have charged HALL with Criminal Mischief 2nd and Interference with official Acts. HALL is suspected to be involved in over 25 burglaries across the state of Iowa.

The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation is working with the numerous Sheriff’s Offices and Police Departments across the state on this ongoing investigation.

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2 Responses to Wisconsin man accused of burglary spree in Iowa; doesn’t go quietly when caught

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    January 21, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Where’s all the nasty comments on this story? Oh wait. He’s caucasian.

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    January 20, 2019 at 3:06 am

    he was corned in a casino.

    whats that mean?? ive heard of corn holed but never getting corned in a casino