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Fort Dodge Police apprehend a fugitive Tuesday afternoon.
Posted: Feb 06 2013 by ppowers

 Police in Fort Dodge on Tuesday afternoon observed 24 year old Kalen Kuske Crandall in front of his residence at 813 South 18th Street. Officer Keaton Lunn believed that Crandall was wanted on outstanding warrants for Violation of Probation with the original charge being 3rd Degree Burglary and Third Degree Theft in Webster County. Officer Lunn had checked this location on other occasions in an attempt to serve outstanding warrants on Crandall. Officer Lunn observed Crandall entering the residence. Lunn then approached the residence and spoke with 50 year old Dennis Crandall, Kalen's father.Dennis Crandall refused to let Officer Lunn to enter the residence to search for Kalen. After confirming the warrants for Kalen,Officer Lunn summoned other officers to the scene to assist in the apprehension. Dennis Crandall continued to refuse officers access to search and was taken into custody for failing to comply. Officers of the Fort Dodge Police Department and the Webster County Sheriff's Department entered the residence to apprehend Kalen. Kalen was discovered hiding in the attic of the residence. Officers attempted to get Kalen to comply with lawful orders to come down but Kalen refused to comply. He was taken into custody a short time later and was charged with Interference with Official Acts and the outstanding warrants filed against him. While attempting to take Kalen into custody, 55 year old Nancy Kuske of 813 South 18th Street came to the residence and ignored officers repeated requests to leave the residence. Kuske was taken into custody and charged with Accessory After the Fact and Interference with Official Acts. Dennis Crandall was also charged with Accessory After the Fact and Interference with Official Acts. All three subjects were booked in to the Webster County Jail on the charged filed against them.

 Police in Fort Dodge on Tuesday afternoon observed 24 year old Kalen Kuske Crandall in front of his residence at 813 South 18th Street. Officer Keaton Lunn believed that Crandall was wanted on outstanding warrants for Violation of Probation with the original charge being 3rd Degree Burglary and Third Degree Theft in Webster County. Officer Lunn had checked this location on other occasions in an attempt to serve outstanding warrants on Crandall. Officer Lunn observed Crandall entering the residence. Lunn then approached the residence and spoke with 50 year old Dennis Crandall, Kalen's father.Dennis Crandall refused to let Officer Lunn to enter the residence to search for Kalen. After confirming the warrants for Kalen,Officer Lunn summoned other officers to the scene to assist in the apprehension. Dennis Crandall continued to refuse officers access to search and was taken into custody for failing to comply. Officers of the Fort Dodge Police Department and the Webster County Sheriff's Department entered the residence to apprehend Kalen. Kalen was discovered hiding in the attic of the residence. Officers attempted to get Kalen to comply with lawful orders to come down but Kalen refused to comply. He was taken into custody a short time later and was charged with Interference with Official Acts and the outstanding warrants filed against him. While attempting to take Kalen into custody, 55 year old Nancy Kuske of 813 South 18th Street came to the residence and ignored officers repeated requests to leave the residence. Kuske was taken into custody and charged with Accessory After the Fact and Interference with Official Acts. Dennis Crandall was also charged with Accessory After the Fact and Interference with Official Acts. All three subjects were booked in to the Webster County Jail on the charged filed against them.

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