One of two north Iowa suspects in a string of thefts in Floyd County is now facing additional charges in Worth County.
21-year-old Curtis Anderson of Waterloo was arrested by the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office for multiple burglaries and thefts between March 3rd and March 5th in Floyd and Rudd. Anderson faces 12 criminal charges in connection with that crime spree that include stealing a minivan and two cars..
Friday, the Worth County Sheriff’s Office arrested Anderson on six more felony charges including ongoing criminal conduct, three counts of second-degree burglary, second-degree theft, and third-degree theft. Anderson and his accomplice, 29-year-old Nicholas McLeland of Clear Lake, are accused of burglarizing three homes near Grafton the night of March 1 or early morning of March 2. Court documents state garages and outbuildings were entered and several items were stolen, including boots, tools, keys, and firearms.
McLeland was previously arrested and pleaded not guilty to the same crimes as Anderson. No trial has been scheduled.
Anderson and McLeland have also pleaded not guilty to their criminal charges in Floyd County.