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DOUBLE HOMICIDE: Mother, Son Killed

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The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation has announced that two deaths in Glidden are being classified as homicides.

During a press conference Tuesday afternoon, officials announced that the bodies of Tami Devore, 48, and her son, Carl Devore, 30, were found in a home Sunday night.

At about 9:50 p.m. Sunday, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call about an unconscious person at 129 Carroll Street, Lot #5, in Glidden.  After arriving on the scene, officers discovered the bodies of the two victims.

During Tuesday's press conference, officials said that they believe it was an isolated incident and the public should not be concerned for their safety.

Officials with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office are asking anyone with information to call 712-792-4393.


  • Samual

    Exactly Jimmy P. Orange and white striped Polk County Jail jumpsuit, and mom with arrest photo showing height.

    Small town Iowa, lots of meth. Likely screwed over the wrong person, and this is the result. Guess its Gods way of flushing the toilet from time to time

  • s hass

    Shame on you to judge! That’s just cold! You don’t know what happened and if you have nothing nice to say keep your damn mouths shut!

  • s hass

    Thats cold! Shame on you to judge. If you dont have anything nice to say keep your damn mouths shut!

  • james

    how about maybe you 2 idiots know what your talking about before ya start trolling a murder page!

  • Justice

    Hey, James, ever heard of Iowa Courts Online? Check it out before you call other posters idiots.

    • james

      hey Justice…what does iowa courts.com have to do with anything..it sure does have anything to do with saying rural iowa =meth…does it? or does it say anything about the pics the media posted as being over 2 years old…so yeah idiots!!

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