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COMMUNITY JUSTICE, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE National Crime Victims Rights Week April 21-27, 2013
2013 National Crime Victims Rights Week - All events FREE and open to the public.
The Journey to Justice: Restorative Justice after Homicide. A home robbery left two murdered, after 18 years it became... Posted on 4/9/13 at 11:51 AM
River Falls police had their hands full with a drunk 22-year-old male passenger around 1 a.m. Friday, May 17, at South Main and Broadway streets. The young man, from UW-River Falls, called himself a graduate, but when an officer checked on his welfare because he seemed sick, "the graduate" allegedly turned abusive, claiming he would be a doctor, then shouting at and cussing the officer, calling him uneducated and dumb, and later using racial insults.
The commute home to River Falls at the intersection of southbound Hwy. 35 and Radio Road was slowed late Tuesday afternoon, May 14, by a car vs. motorcycle collision. The injured motorcyclist, Michael D. Fisher, Jr., 33, Hammond, was heading south toward River Falls when a 1996 Honda Accord driven by Katie L. Anderson, 20, River Falls, allegedly failed to yield from a stop sign while pulling out from Radio Road.
A 22-year-old local man on foot, without shoes or shirt, was arrested for disorderly conduct last week Wednesday night, May 8, on Main Street after he flipped over two newspaper dispensers. Stopped by River Falls police, the man said he abandoned his car several blocks north because he couldn’t stand the bickering and fighting of his two female passengers.
River Falls police arrested a 22-year-old local man for drug paraphernalia possession last week Wednesday, May 1. Officers were acting on a tip from Hudson police that the man, a local pizza driver, might also be making marijuana deliveries.
Police announced a suspect has been arrested, following the investigation of the St. Croix Central Elementary School fire. The announcement was made at a community meeting to update parents and community members on efforts to resume classes.
The ATF announced Wednesday it's offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for the arson fire that caused an estimated $1.5 million in damage to the St. Croix Central Elementary School in Roberts early Tuesday morning.
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