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WOODBURY, Minn. -- Woodbury police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old Woodbury girl. Woodbury Public Safety spokeswoman Michelle Okada said the girl was found unresponsive at a home Saturday morning and was taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul, where she was pronounced dead. Multiple sources confirmed the girl was Tara E. Fitzgerald, a Woodbury High School student. Three males – two juveniles and an adult – were arrested on suspicion of murder but were subsequently released.
EMBARRASS, Minn. - A 54-year-old Embarrass woman was found dead Tuesday morning. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at 1:40 a.m. about an unresponsive woman lying on the ground in a driveway in Embarrass. Julie Janice Juniel, 54, was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said in a statement that they do not believe this was the result of violence. “We don’t think it’s a criminal incident; we believe Juniel suffered from a medical issue,” sheriff’s Lt. Ed Kippley said. “The woman wasn’t dressed for the subzero weather.
BABBITT, Minn. - An autopsy performed Tuesday showed the victim of an apparent homicide in Babbitt was strangled. Babbitt police and Babbitt Ambulance responded Monday morning to reports of a wounded man lying on a street. The man, Paul John Bulen, 55, of Mahtomedi, was taken to Ely Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. A 24-year-old male suspect from Babbitt has been arrested and was being held in the St. Louis County Jail in Virginia on suspicion of second-degree intentional homicide. “The suspect was a guest in the home for a few days,” Babbitt Police Chief Chad Loewen said.
Police arrested six people early Wednesday at a Stop-N-Go in Moorhead after riders from a party bus got into a brawl inside the store, toppling product displays. Moorhead police, along with Dilworth and Clay County officers, were called about 12:30 a.m. to deal with the fight in the convenience store at 1702 30th Ave. S., Moorhead police said in a statement. When officers arrived, they found 24 people at the store or a short distance away. No one needed to be hospitalized.
A forum Tuesday night provided in depth information about a proposed pipeline that would run through much of Hubbard County. The Park Rapids Area League of Women Voters organized the...
ESKO, Minn. -- A bomb threat caused Esko School to be evacuated Tuesday afternoon. Law enforcement received a call around 12:25 p.m. about a written bomb threat found in the...
ST. PAUL -- Republican senators say they want a proposed Minnesota Senate office building plan canceled. Some will have a chance to talk about it and vote against it Wednesday, when the Senate Rules Committee is supposed to decide whether construction will begin.
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota officials say a trio of Minneapolis people seeking to stop construction of a Vikings stadium timed a lawsuit just before financing was to be arranged to...
BABBITT, Minn. - A 55-year-old man is dead and another man arrested in what Babbitt Police and the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office are investigating as a homicide. Babbitt Police Department and Babbitt Ambulance were dispatched to reports of a wounded male found lying on a street in Babbitt at 11:12 a.m. Monday The victim, Paul John Bulen, 55, was taken to Ely Hospital where he was pronounced dead. A 24-year-old man from Mahtomedi has been arrested and is being held in the St. Louis County Jail in Virginia pending formal charges. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed by the St.
ADA, Minn. – Police here are looking for information about who might have deliberately set a man’s home on fire here in early September. Ada Police Chief Jody Bueng said an investigation had determined that the Sept. 1 fire, which happened at about 11 p.m. at the home of Brock Robertson at 207 N.