OPD: Man Cut Off GPS Monitor After Leaving Halfway House


An Ottumwa felon allegedly cut off his GPS after leaving a halfway house.

18-year-old Nolan Rork faces two counts of Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Class “D” Felonies, Failure to Affix a Drug Tax Stamp, a Class “D” Felony, Unlawful Possession of Prescription Medication, a Serious Misdemeanor.

On June 10, Ottumwa Police Department arrested Rork on outstanding arrest warrants. The next day, police report he signed himself out of the halfway house and cut his GPS monitor off and did not return.

Court records say police arrested Rork on 4 arrest warrants for Probation Violation and Voluntary Absence of Custody. Rork was additionally found in possession of two handguns and prescription drugs he was not prescribed for.

Rork was taken to the Wapello County Jail. His bond is set for $21,000.

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