Man charged in Shenandoah, Iowa homicide

PAGE COUNTY, Iowa- A southwest Iowa man's facing a First-Degree murder charge after a man's body was found in a Shenandoah home.

Shenandoah Police say 34-year-old Toby McCunn is accused of shooting and killing 33-year-old Joshua Jordan inside his home yesterday (Monday).

Police say they got a 911 call at 4:45 AM Monday, about a shooting at 901 Manti Street in Shenandoah.

Officers arrived an found a man's body. Witnesses identified the shooter as McCunn.

Officers found McCunn at a Shenandoah residence. He was taken into custody after 2 p.m. Police say McCunn was first taken to the Shenandoah Medical Center because of a leg injury. He was then taken to the Page County Jail.

Several Agencies are working the investigation to include the Shenandoah Police Department, the Page County Sheriff’s Office, the Page County Attorney’s Office, Red Oak Police Department, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, the Mills County Sheriff’s Office, and the Iowa Department of Public Safety’s Iowa State Patrol and Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation are investigating. The investigation is ongoing, no other information will be released until after family members have been notified and the forensic autopsy has been completed.

(photo below from Channel 13 WHO-TV)

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