Grinnell Police Department and Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office Join Homicide Investigation
September 17, 2020
KELLOGG, Iowa - The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office continue their investigation into the September 16 discovery of a burned body in rural Jasper County.
The investigation has led to the involvement of the Grinnell Police Department and the Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Office. The investigation is on-going and is being treated as a homicide.
Additional information will be released on Friday, September 18.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Grinnell Police Department at 641.623.5679 or the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office at 641.792.5912.
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