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Jody S. Chansler

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Detective

Fort Dodge Police Department


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The Fort Dodge Messenger reports (http://bit.ly/19MzlZ7) that Magistrate William Habhab ruled Friday that officer Jody Chansler was not… More »
The Fort Dodge Messenger reports (http://bit.ly/19MzlZ7) that Magistrate William Habhab ruled Friday that officer Jody Chansler was not guilty of domestic abuse assault. Chansler was charged with the assault in August. He was accused of shoving his wife to the floor but testified in court that he and his wife bumped as he was trying to leave his house, causing her to fall. She was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital. Chansler, who has served with the Fort Dodge Police Department for 12 years, was placed on paid administrative leave after the charge.


www.messengernews.net

The man who took her purse went to nine different stores and used her credit cards to purchase various items, said Detective Jody Chansler, Fort Dodge Police Department.
"He may have purchased more items had the clerks from Wal-Mart and Footlocker not asked to see identification," said Chansler. Crimes like this can be more common closer to the holiday season and shoppers need to be cautious when getting gifts for family and friends, said Chansler. "Shoppers need to be aware of their surroundings when walking to their cars," he said. "Get from point A to point B quickly and have your keys out before you get to your car." He said the man who took the woman's purse picked her out because she looked like an easy target and waited for her in the parking lot.


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Chansler acquitted of domestic abuse
September 27, 2013 Messenger News Save | Fort Dodge Police Officer Jody Chansler has been found not guilty of domestic abuse assault following a bench trial Thursday afternoon. Chansler was accused of shoving his wife on the floor during an argument about a cell phone on Aug. 13. He testified in his own defense that their bodies bumped together as he was trying to leave his house and go into his backyard. That caused her to fall down, he testified. A 12-year veteran of the Fort Dodge Police Department, Chansler was put on paid administrative leave following his arrest.


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Chansler will return to FD force, police chief says
Jody S. Chansler, a Fort Dodge police officer who was accused of assaulting his wife during an argument, has been found not guilty one day after a bench trial was held. The state didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Chansler, 41, intentionally hurt his wife during an Aug. 13 argument, which was over a cell phone, Magistrate William Habhab ruled Friday morning. "I think it's the right outcome and I'm just hoping that Jody can get back to work and get this behind him as quick as possible." Chansler admitted in court that he asked his wife for her phone, and she handed it over to him. He then testified that he refused to give the phone back until his wife revealed who the unknown number on her phone belonged to. Chansler said at trial that his wife tried grabbing the phone from him as he switched it between his pockets. "She was just grabbing at me, trying to get the phone back," he said in court Thursday afternoon. At one point during the early morning hours of Aug. 13, Chansler began walking to the back door of his home, saying he wanted to take the argument outside so the couple's children wouldn't be awakened. Miller said it was at this point that Chansler knocked over his wife. "The evidence shows that Jody Chansler was going to get through that door regardless of what happened," she said. "He had control over the situation. He did what he wanted to do." Her evidence included testimony from an emergency room nurse who examined Chansler's wife after the incident and an investigator from the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation who interviewed Chansler. Special Agent Jon Turbett said investigators decided to file charges against Chansler because the defendant could have prevented the entire incident. Chansler took the stand in his own defense and denied assaulting his wife. "She was in between myself and the door," he said. "She lunges at me to get her phone and got knocked down." Instead, Chansler said, their bodies made physical contact and "bumped together." "I didn't assault her," Chansler said. A 12-year veteran of the Fort Dodge Police Department, Chansler has been on paid administrative leave since the charges were filed on Aug. 13.


www.messengernews.net

The Fort Dodge Messenger reports (http://bit.ly/19MzlZ7) that Magistrate William Habhab ruled Friday that officer Jody Chansler was not guilty of domestic abuse assault.
Chansler was charged with the assault in August. He was accused of shoving his wife to the floor but testified in court that he and his wife bumped as he was trying to leave his house, causing her to fall. She was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital. Chansler, who has served with the Fort Dodge Police Department for 12 years, was placed on paid administrative leave after the charge.


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