The second suspect wanted in connection with the death of a rural Radcliffe man has surrendered to north-central Iowa authorities. 40-year-old Michael Ray Mikesell, an escapee from the Fort Dodge Residential Center, turned himself in yesterday and is being held in the Fort Dodge Jail. 42-year-old Kendon Schwebke of rural Radcliffe is already charged with first-degree murder in the death of 45-year-old James Worsfold. A body believed to be that of Worsfold was found in a barn near Ellsworth in Hamilton County on Tuesday. Officials believe Worsfold was murdered around September 2nd and his body taken to the barn. The remains were sent to the state crime lab for positive identification and to try and determine the cause of death.
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