A Northeast Iowa man accused of breaking into a rural McGregor home and assaulting the occupants, has turned himself in.

The incident happened about 3 weeks ago, on September 17th; just before 3am, a man entered a home just south of McGregor, assaulting a man and a woman in the house, then fled on foot.

The suspect, 33 year old Christopher Junk of Monona, has surrendered to authorities, and is being held without bond. Junk is charged with First Degree Burglary, Willful Injury, Harassment, Domestic Abuse Assault and violation of a no-contact order.

If convicted on all counts, Junk could face up to 37 years in prison.

The case was investigated by the Clayton County Sheriff, Iowa State Patrol, Guttenberg Police, and MarMac Police Department.

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