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06/15/2016

Kass arrested on numerous charges

On June 10th, 2016 at approximately 7:25 PM, a juvenile male came to the Plymouth County LEC to report that his father had fired a handgun at him during an argument. Plymouth County deputies responded to 16426 Lake Ave, Le Mars and began to set up a perimeter around the residence. Assistance was requested from outside agencies and the following responded, Le Mars and Merrill Police, Sioux County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa State Patrol and the Le Mars Ambulance.

During the investigation, it was determined that Bradley William Kass, age 54 of that address, had fired 3 rounds in the area of the juvenile male with the intent of placing him in fear. It was also determined that Kass was currently the only one at the residence.

An Iowa State Patrol negotiator was able to make contact with Kass by phone and arraigned for him to surrender to law enforcement.

At approximately 8:45, Kass was taken into custody by members of the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa State Patrol without further incident. Kass was then transported to the Plymouth County Jail where he is being held to see a judge.

The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office then executed a search warrant on the property and located 12 guns and a large amount of ammunition. Deputies also located 3 spent shell casings in the front yard of the residence. There was also a small amount of what is believed to be marijuana edibles and hashish located at the residence.

Kass is being held at the Plymouth County Jail on the following charges.

 

Going armed with intent, Class D Felony

Assault with a dangerous weapon, Aggravated misdemeanor

Reckless use of a firearm, Simple misdemeanor

Drug charges are pending the outcome of lab results.

 
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