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Local man attempts to elude deputies

Krupp

A Marshalltown man who attempted to hide from Marshall County Sheriff’s Office deputies

between two hay bales was later discovered, arrested and taken to jail recently for a host of crimes.

Jeffrey James Krupp, 48, was taken into custody for interference with official acts-bodily injury, assault on person in certain occupations-bodily injury and domestic abuse assault-second offense, according to criminal complaints and affidavits filed in Marshall County District Court.

Deputies were called to the residence upon report of a domestic dispute. After deputies

found the defendant, they attempted to put him into a patrol vehicle. The defendant refused and began to argue and became aggressive. During the altercation, a deputy’s finger was slammed in the patrol vehicle door, causing bleeding.

The victim of the domestic dispute did not require medical attention. At the defendant’s initial appearance a magistrate released the defendant with supervision by the Iowa Department of Corrections. The defendant is required to report to the adult probation office within 48 hours to sign a pre-trial release agreement. He was also appointed a public defender. The magistrate also issued a no contact order protecting the victim. Krupp’s preliminary hearing is May 31.