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Iowa Authorities ID Alleged Knife-wielding Man

WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) -- Authorities have identified an injured man accused of threatening Waterloo police officers with a knife.
  
The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation says 39-year-old Richard Anderson threatened four officers early Wednesday morning in downtown Waterloo. Officer Thomas Frein shot Anderson, who received non-life-threatening injuries. None of the officers were injured.
  
Anderson, who recently moved to Cedar Falls from Minnesota, was treated at Allen Hospital before being transferred to University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. He remains hospitalized.
  
Authorities say they will determine criminal charges after they conclude their investigation. Additional information was not available.

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