MASON CITY, Iowa –The contents of a search warrant in the disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit will remain off limits to the public for another year.
The Mason City Police Department filed the warrant in March 2017 for GPS date from a 1999 Honda Civic and a 2013 GMC 1500 that belonged to Arthur John Vansice Jr., 72.
The contents of the warrant were initially sealed. That seal was extended for one year in October 2017 and another one-year extension on the seal was filed on September 28.
When asked about the warrant in March, Mason City Police Chief Jeff Brinkley said he couldn’t discuss why they wanted the GPS information from the two vehicles in order to maintain the integrity of their investigation.
Huisentruit, a former anchor at KIMT, vanished on June 27, 1995.
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