Day: February 11, 2019

Courtesy of Stearns County Sheriff Twitter

St Joseph Fire

This past Friday, St Joseph Fire Department responded a barn fire at the home of 61-year-old Norbert Walz. Walz accidentally nicked the breaker box on the barn in attempts to clear snow resulting in the barn to go into flames. He is thankful that he was able to save all of his livestock from harms way. St Joseph Fire Department […]

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El Chapo Prosecution

El Chapo Prosecution

Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is facing life in prison for several drug trafficking counts. Jurors at the U.S. trail are in the fifth day of deliberations. The trial testimony has lasted nearly three months. Guzman’s defense has accused prosecution cooperators of making him the scapegoat for their own crimes. Jurors are hoping to reach a verdict shortly.

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Viral Video Charges

Viral Video Charges

A Baltimore Man who also goes by “Plaintpotatoess” on social media is being charged with 21 counts of harassment and trespassing. 20-year-old Marquel A. Carter has accumulated hundreds of thousands of followers on Twitter and Instagram where he posts videos of himself approaching and making fun of people. Twitter has suspended his account. City Council has received many reports about […]

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Blaine Beaulieu

Little Falls Burglaries

Blaine Beaulieu from Onamia, MN is facing formal charges for multiple burglaries in Little Falls, Belle Praire and Platte Townships according to the Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larson. Beaulieu reporting stole four firearms, two motor vehicles, and an ATV. On February 6th, 2019, deputies replied to a burglary at a residences home in Little Falls. The home owners garage was […]

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Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Update

Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Update

The man accused of killing 11 people in an attack on a Pittsburgh Synagogue has pleaded not guilty. Robert Bowers pled not guilty this morning to an indictment that added 19 additional counts. Bowers attorney, Judy Clarke, stated that the defense is hoping to resolve the case without trial. Clarke has been a lawyer in many death penalty cases including […]

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Baltimore School Shooting

Baltimore School Shooting

Officials have cancelled class at a Baltimore school where a hall monitor was shot last week. The cancellations will give staff time to organize student counseling. Police say that Neil Davis entered the school on Friday and shot a hall monitor following an argument. Davis was charged with attempted first-degree murder in the shooting. Ballistics also led officials to charge […]

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Minneapolis Apartment Shooting

Minneapolis Apartment Shooting

Police are currently searching for a suspect or suspects involved in a Minneapolis apartment shooting late Saturday night. Neighbors stated that Eileen Mark and her daughter were killed in the shooting. One resident says Mark volunteered at a homeless shelter and collected clothing for the needy. Detectives interviewed a number of peopled and ruled out a murder suicide.

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