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Suspect arrested after 3 people found dead in Marion

IT WON’T BE TODAY, BUT I’LL LET YOU KNOW WHEN THEY BACK IN FULL FORECAST WE’RE FOLLOWING THE LATEST NEWS FROM EASTERN IOWA THIS MORNING, AND AUTHORITIES SAY THEY MADE AN ARREST AFTER FOUR PEOPLE WERE FOUND SERIOUSLY INJURED MARION RURAL. AND OUT OF THOSE FOUR PEOPLE, THREE OF THEM ARE DEAD NOW. THE FOURTH IS IN THE HOSPITAL. THE LINN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS LUKE TRUESDELL, 34, WAS CAREED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS INCIDENT, JUST OUTSIDE CEDAR RAPIDS. He is accused of attempted murder. MEPs say other charges are still pending. THEY HAVEN’T SHARED MORE DETAILS ON EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED THERE, AND NO OTHER

Iowa man charged with attempted murder after three people found dead in Marion

Authorities said they made an arrest after four people were found seriously injured in rural Marion. Three of them have since died. The fourth is still in the hospital. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office says Luke Truesdell, 34, of Marion, was taken into custody in connection with this incident. He is accused of attempted murder. Deputies say more charges are pending. They have not shared any details about what happened and no other names have been released.” Download the free KCCI app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google PlayGet the latest headlines from KCCI

Authorities said they made an arrest after four people were found seriously injured in rural Marion.

Three of them have since died. The fourth is still in the hospital.

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office said Luke Truesdell, 34, of Marion, was taken into custody in connection with this incident. He is accused of attempted murder.

Deputies say more charges are pending.

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They have not shared any details about what happened and no other names have been released.

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