Crime
March 19 — A resident on 60th Avenue in Cushing reported someone had attempted to gain entry into an outbuilding on property the resident owns. March 21 — A resident on 78th Street in Hillman reported a burglary. March 21 — A resident on 170th Avenue in Royalton reported the theft of about 600...Read More
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Mary Elizabeth Brichacek, 29, Motley, was charged March 18 with one felony count of fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine. According to the criminal complaint, on March 16, Little Falls police officers investigating a report of a  bad check went to a local hotel in search of a suspect. Brichac...Read More
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March 18 — A business on Broadway East reported a theft. March 20 — A resident on First Avenue Northeast reported a scam. March 21 — A resident on 11th Street Southeast reported someone had damaged their property. March 21 — A resident on Lindbergh Drive Northwest reported credit card fraud....Read More
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Willie Richard Olson Nikunen, 20, Thief River Falls, was charged March 23 with one felony count of fifth-degree possession of marijuana. According to the criminal complaint, on March 21, a Morrison County law enforcement officer on routine patrol observed a vehicle with dark window tint on Highway 1...Read More
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Erik Adrian Blanco, 32, Little Falls, was convicted Wednesday in Morrison County District Court of one felony count of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon. According to the criminal complaint, on Feb. 3, 2014, law enforcement received a report of a burglary in progress. The victim stated t...Read More
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James Earl Meyer, 51, Pierz, was convicted Monday, in Morrison County District Court of two felony counts of check forgery. According to the criminal complaint, on Sept. 26, 2014, a police officer from St. Joseph contacted the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office to report that a number of checks had ...Read More
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