KLEMME, Iowa – A central Iowa fugitive is nabbed in Hancock County.
Todd Levern Hambly, 39 of Goodell, was arrested around 2:51 am Sunday inside the Klemme Townmart in the 200 block of E. Main Street. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office says there were outstanding warrants for Hambly for theft and burglary in Polk County. According to court records, Hambly is accused of illegally entering The Hen House, a bar and grill in Elkhart, at around 3:30 am on February 9. Authorities say he forced his way into a cash register, a safe, and an ATM and made off with more than $10,000.
The Sheriff’s Office says it was assisted in this arrest by the police departments in Britt and Garner, the sheriff’s offices in Emmet, Humboldt, Story, Cerro Gordo, Kossuth, and Wright counties, the Iowa State Patrol, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, the North Central Iowa Narcotics Task Force Special Operations Group, and the Garner Ambulance Service.
Charges are now pending against Hambly in Hancock County.
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