THE NEW FORTY Hearing is believing...
You may recall the story of Byron David Smith, the 64 year old man from Little Falls, Minnesota who shot and killed the two teen intruders who broke into his home on Thanksgiving Day. Smith's statemen... Posted on 12/18/12 at 10:38 PM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Giving Life Meaning
As I have mentioned in several posts, my job takes me on the road often. It also has me visiting courthouses quite often. Recently, I was in Sherburne County for a hearing, and I saw the quote below i... Posted on 5/29/12 at 12:40 PM
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.
A handful of underage college students tried hiding from River Falls police sweeping an apartment at 215 W. Cascade Ave. after midnight Saturday, April 27. Officers had responded to a large party noise complaint. Those students who showed themselves were warned and released. Those found hiding in various rooms were given drinking citations.
The supposed texted threat that prompted cancellation of activities in the Prescott School District Thursday evening turns out to have been a hoax, dreamed up by the teenager who first reported it, according to Prescott police.
Two city residents have been defrauded by individuals contacting them by telephone claiming to represent a computer maintenance firm and offering to sell them a computer maintenance contract. The individuals authorized payment for the maintenance contract by credit card and allowed remote access to their computers.
Mike R. Bondarenko, Prescott Police Chief
, April 25, 2013
A manager and the employee he fired ended up in combat outside Copper Kettle restaurant, 1005 S. Main St., after 6 p.m. Saturday, April 13. After the fighting was done, the manager’s pickup truck had been vandalized by the fired employee. Both men were given municipal citations for their actions.
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