Brian Paul Crowder

To provide our readers with information to help them in their decision-making at the polls, the Record sent out a questionnaire to each of the candidates who filed for seats on city councils in Morrison County. Only candidates in races where the candidates outnumbered the seats available were sent questionnaires. Due to the sheer number of candidates [...]

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By Eric Beuning, Correspondent Driving through the streets of Little Falls, many election signs and posters promoting candidates running for alderman at large can be seen. Little Falls is a home rule charter city, that operates with a city council of aldermen that act as the legislative branch, and a mayor. The city is divided into [...]

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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Six jurors deliberated for nearly five hours and found Brian-Paul K. Crowder not guilty of three misdemeanor criminal counts. The charges of fifth degree assault, disorderly conduct and fourth degree damage to property were brought against him by the county attorney’s office, after a confrontation Crowder had with Charley Sprandel at [...]

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Little Falls resident Brian-Paul Crowder has officially announced that he will seek a third term as Little Falls alderman-at-large. He is the youngest child of Paul and Joyce Crowder and is a lifelong resident of the city of Little Falls. Crowder is the owner of the 9th Ave Salon and has served on a variety [...]

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Little Falls Councilman Brian Paul Klein Crowder, 50, has been charged with three criminal charges stemming from a May 24 incident at the Oakland Cemetery in Little Falls. In the complaint, Crowder is accused of confronting Charlie Sprandel, 84, who was driving through the cemetery, frightening him, jumping on his car and breaking Sprandel’s sunglasses.  [...]

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Brian Paul Klein Crowder, 50, of Little Falls, had been charged with three criminal charges stemming from a May 24 incident at the Oakland Cemetery.  In the complaint, Crowder is accused of confronting an 84-year-old man who was driving through the cemetery, frightening the man, jumping on his car and breaking the man’s sunglasses.  The [...]

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