From the Bogh Family Fun GoFundMe Page
Shannon (Bibler) Bogh was taken from us far too soon in an incomprehensible act. It is difficult to think of a world without her. She was friendly and kind and loved her family fiercely. She was a loving wife to her husband Phil and their children Avery and Jacob. She loved and cared for her step-children Haley, Addison, and Tegan as her own.
Her career as a nurse took that level of caring to those she helped on a daily basis. Her death leaves a void in the lives of her family, friends and co-workers.
Shannon spent her life helping others. Now it is time for us to help her family.
This fund has been set up to provide assistance to Shannonâ€™s family as they cope with facing the future without her. All of the money raised will go directly to her husband and children to be used to defray funeral costs, living expenses while Phil is off work, and to provide for the childrenâ€™s future education and well-being.
Please donate as generously as you can. Anything will help.
Funds can also be donated in person at:
Prime Bank, 37 1st Ave. NW LeMars, IA 51031 to the Shannon Bogh FamilyFund.
The victim of Saturday's fatal stabbing has been identified as 27-year-old Shannon Bogh. The suspect 33 year-old brother, Thomas Bibler is currently being held at Plymouth County Jail on $350,000 Bond.
An attempt to locate was put out about 8:30PM for Thomas Bibler after he reportedly stabbed a female in the chest shortly after 8:00PM on Saturday at a residence in Le Mars. Officers located the suspects truck a short while later at his apartment near 4th Ave SE & 4th St SE
Law Enforcement agencies including Le Mars Police Department, Plymouth County Sheriff's Department, Sioux County Sheriff's Department and Iowa State Patrol responded. A Mobile Command Center was setup at the courthouse and officers surrounded his apartment. Officers shut down all streets in the immediate area.
Officers worked to track the suspects phone and attempted to make contact with him. They also contacted the property owner for information on the property and to gain entry to the property. Once a perimeter was setup and secured and they were unable to make contact with the suspect they set a Robot into the residence before making entry.
The suspect was taken into custody at 11:05PM without further incident.
The victim was transported to Floyd Valley Hospital by Le Mars EMS, Mercy Air Care was called in. The victim died a short time later. No further information is available about the victim at this time.
Le Mars Fire Department assisted with lighting.
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Le Mars Police, Plymouth County Sheriff, Sioux County Sheriff, Iowa State Patrol are currently surrounding a residence in Le Mars where a suspect wanted in connection to a stabbing earlier today is believed to be held up.