Crime
16-year-old Rogers High School student killed in St. Michael crash Three Rogers High School friends returning from a sunny beach outing in St. Michael were involved in a crash Friday afternoon, June 12, that killed the driver, Leah Demessie, 16, of Albertville. Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty repo...Read More
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Two men are in custody following a high-speed chase that went through the St. Michael-Albertville area Wednesday, May 27. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that Keith James Klinke, 33, no permanent address, was arrested on the charges of fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and...Read More
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‘Adults are the larger problem’ By John Holler Contributing Writer For years, law enforcement has dealt with the biggest problems that lead to driving fatalities. The primary focus has been on two areas – speeding and drunk driving. However, there is a new culprit that is putting drivers at ri...Read More
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Tuesday, Feb. 10 The Albertville Fire and Rescue department responded to a medical call in the 11300 block of 53rd Street NE. The department responded to a motor vehicle accident with injuries at the intersection of MacIver Avenue NE and 60th Street NE. Thursday, Feb. 12 The department responded to ...Read More
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An Albertville man has been charged with two counts of electronic solicitation of a child. According to the criminal complaint from Ramsey County, Donald James Tisdale, 58, of Albertville went on Craigslist and posted under the casual encounter section “Who’s playing hooky from school today???...Read More
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The view from the back seat of a squad car would not put anyone in the holiday mood, but for 2,537 motorists arrested for drunk driving in Minnesota over the past month, it was better than being involved in a serious crash. The arrests are part of an enhanced DWI enforcement campaign from Nov. 26 [....Read More
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The Wright County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning regarding recent burglaries in St. Michael and Albertville. On Thursday, Jan. 15, the Sheriff’s Office responded to two separate burglaries in the cities of St. Michael and Albertville. “The Sheriff’s Office has reason to believe that b...Read More
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