On Tuesday, April 12, officers from the Calhoun, Ida and Sac County Sheriff’s Offices and from the Sac City and Lake View Police Departments participated in over two hours of training on warrantless searches and Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) case law. Pete Grady from the Iowa Attorney General’s Office conducted the training, which was sponsored by the Sac County Attorney and the Sac County Sheriff’s Office.
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