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Two law officers, one with the Cresco police department
and the other with the Howard County sheriff's office, have pled guilty to
hunting deer without a valid license.
Adam Bollman, 23, of Cresco, a patrol officer with the
Cresco police department, and Duane Ollendick, 32, of Cresco, a deputy with
the Howard County sheriff's office, both pled guilty in magistrate court to
hunting without a license.
They were each fined $100 plus the surcharge of $30. Court
costs for each was $17.
In addition, they were charged the cost of the harvested
deer as set by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. The charge is
Cresco chief of police Mark Kissinger said that he and
sheriff Mark Grinhaug were both aware of the circumstances involving the
case and have handled the situation internally. Specific action by Kissinger
and Grinhaug against the two officers was not made public.
Officer Bollman has been with the Cresco police department
for about one and one half years. Deputy Ollendick has been with the
sheriff's office for more than two years.
Charges against the two were filed by DNR officer Al
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