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Saturday, March 19, 2005

Jurors decline to indict in fatal drug raid

Glenwood, Ia. - A seven-member Mills County grand jury declined Friday to indict Tim Fulmer, a member of the Southwest Iowa Narcotics Enforcement Task Force, for fatally shooting a rural Glenwood man during a Dec. 29 raid of the man's home.

But the victim's family called the two-day grand jury proceeding and outcome a cover-up by law enforcement to protect one of its own. Family members said they plan to file a wrongful death suit against Fulmer, a Council Bluffs police officer.

Brett Lynn Pace, 46, was watching television with a friend about 6:15 a.m. Dec. 29 when members of the narcotics enforcement task force burst into his farmhouse, looking for drugs and weapons. Pace was shot twice in the chest by Fullmer, 33, and died.


  • Brett was a good friend of mine and after the shot him they let him lay on the floor and bleed to death while they searched his house!!! Brett was a wonderful person who would have helped anyone out that needed it!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:14 PM  

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