NORWALK THREAT: Officials Say Situation Resolved

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The city of Norwalk says a threat to city officials has been resolved.

About a week ago a city employee received a phone call from an individual making threats. City officials say the man was upset with the city’s handling of a 1993 murder case.

Authorities later determined Jason Napodano was the caller. His sisters were two of the six people killed in the Forsyth murders.

Authorities tracked down Napodano near Chicago. He told authorities he has no plans to come to Iowa and he’s been ordered to check in with law enforcement in his area.

City officials say Napodano will also write an apology letter.