Spencer, Iowa — Last week we told you about a fatal shooting that had happened at a residence in Spencer in the early morning hours of September 1st.
More details have now been released, and Spencer Police Chief Mark Warburton says the shooting was a result of a home invasion. Warburton says the shooting victim, Nicolas Bandomo, is suspected of illegally gaining entry into an occupied residence at 801 E 12th Street in Spencer. According to Warburton, at that time, Bandomo was prohibited from making contact with the residents at that home by multiple protection orders. The Chief says Bandomo was shot while inside the residence and then fled to 819 E 12th Street, where emergency personnel made contact with him.
Warburton says Bandomo died at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, as a result of the gunshot.
The Division of Criminal Investigation, Spencer Police Department, and Clay County Attorney’s Office are continuing with the investigation into the incident.
Original story posted at 2:55 pm, Friday 9/1/2017
Spencer, Iowa — An Albert City man is dead following a shooting incident in Spencer early Friday morning.
According to a release from Spencer Police Chief Mark Warburton, the Clay County Communications Center dispatched emergency personnel to 819 East 12th Street in Spencer, for a gunshot victim.
Warburton says that when personnel arrived on scene they located 30-year old Nicholas Bandomo of Albert City, who was suffering from gunshot wounds. Chief Warburton says Bandomo was transported to the Spencer Municipal Hospital, before being transferred to Avera McKennon Hospital in Sioux Falls, where he died of his injuries.
The Chief says the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and the Spencer Police Department are investigating the incident.
Warburton says there are no suspects at large, and there is no threat to the general public.