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Authorities will not charge Fort Dodge resident who shot and killed garage intruder

FORT DODGE - A Fort Dodge resident who shot and killed a man allegedly attempting to break into his garage will face no charges in the incident, authorities disclosed.
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FORT DODGE – A Fort Dodge resident who shot and killed a man allegedly attempting to break into his garage will face no charges in the incident, authorities disclosed.

On Wednesday, May 31st, at approximately 5:09 AM, the Webster County Telecommunications Center received a call from a Fort Dodge resident reporting that someone was breaking into his garage at 1219 6th Ave S., and he had shot the male. This male was ultimately pronounced deceased and later identified as Bryan W. Gambill of Fort Dodge. Over the past few months, investigators have continued to look into the shooting death of Mr. Gambill. Investigators followed up on all available evidence and spoke to numerous people with information on this incident.

Last week, investigators met with the Webster County Attorney’s office to go over all evidence gathered in this case. Both the Webster County Attorney’s Office and the Fort Dodge Police Department concluded that no charges would be filed in this case because the homeowner was acting in self‐defense.

The Fort Dodge Police Department was assisted in this investigation by the Webster County Attorney’s office.

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