Archive | July 13, 2012
The Big Lake/Cushing Sportsman’s Club will hold its 15th annual “Crow Hunt” contest Saturday, July 21. Each team may consist of up to four people and dogs may be used. The entry fee per team is $60. Teams must be signed up by 11 p.m. Friday. Prizes include first place – $120; second plac...Read More
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Little Falls graduate Dustin Yorek will join the Presentation College football team in the fall after competing as a starter for two years for Central Lakes College (CLC). Yorek was a team captain and offensive lineman for a CLC team that competed in the Valley of the Sun Bowl and Graphic Edge Bowl ...Read More
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Jamestown College head men’s basketball coach Matt Murken announced Tommy Smith of Little Falls, has signed a Letter of Intent to enroll at Jamestown College next year and will play basketball for the Jimmies. Smith was an All-Conference Honorable Mention selection for two years. He was also the o...Read More
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Trent John Pikus, a 19-year-old Aitkin man, has been charged by Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf, with criminal sexual conduct in the third degree. Pikus allegedly admitted to law enforcement that he had intercourse with the 15-year-old in a car parked in Little Falls on one occasion. The v...Read More
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Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff have filed gross misdemeanor complaints against the following people: • Michael Edward Rausch, 50, Randall — In connection with a June 11 incident, Rausch has been charged with one count of third degree DWI -refusing to submit to a chemical...Read More
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The following persons, charged with a gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor level crime in Morrison County District Court, has recently been sentenced: Gross misdemeanors • Levi Milo Hillyer, 23, Pierz; (offense: 1/11/2012) third degree DWI – operating a motor vehicle with an alcohol concentratio...Read More
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Joshua Joelallison Hillsheimer, 33, no known address, was charged July 5, in district court with one count each of second degree sale of three grams of drugs or more and second degree possessing six grams of drugs or more. On July 2, a confidential informant allegedly told an investigator of the Cen...Read More
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Jason Marvin Bellamy, 33, Randall, was charged July 6, with one felony count each of fifth degree possession of drugs and storing methamphetamine paraphernalia in the presence of a child or vulnerable adult by Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf and his staff. On July 4, the Morrison County Sh...Read More
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Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf has filed felony charges for damage to property in the first degree and assault in the fifth degree for causing fear of bodily harm or death against Dustin James Dombovy, Brainerd. Dombovy, 26, allegedly assaulted the victim after they pulled out in front of...Read More
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Robert Allen Schwanke, 56, Royalton, was charged July 5, in the Morrison County District Court with one felony count of fifth degree possession of drugs. Toby Robert Schwanke, 26, Royalton, was also charged  July 5, in Morrison County District Court with one felony count each of fifth degree posses...Read More
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July 3 — A truck hit and knocked down one of the stop arms at the railroad tracks on Broadway. July 3 — A theft was reported by a resident on Second Avenue Northeast. July 3 — A resident of Fifth Avenue Southeast reported 11 Adderall pills were missing from their pill bottle. July 5 [...]...Read More
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Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel reports that arrest warrants were issued for the following people. Those with  information as to the whereabouts of anyone on the list, is asked to contact the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office at (320) 632-9233 or toll-free at 1 (866) 401-1111, ext. 180. The ...Read More
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