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There are two new faces on the Cass County's Most Wanted list in March. Jennifer Jane Jenkins and Marc Joseph Clausen join Jessica Lynn Ahlgrim, Sheldon Thomas Brown, Bradley Michael Geyen, Lindsay Elaine Hedlund, Kevin Michael McGuinness, David Allen Newago, Shannel Marie Neilan and Sheila Samuel Williams to the list. As of Friday, there were 467 active arrest warrants which include 233 misdemeanors, 106 gross misdemeanors and 128 felonies in Cass County. If anyone recognizes or sees any of these people they are asked to call the Cass County Sheriff's Office at 218-547-1424.
Crow Wing County's Most Wanted list is full of new faces in March. As of Friday, there were an estimated 943 total active warrants in the county, down from 982 last month. On the Most Wanted list are Kelli Lynn Headlee, Matthew Robert Braun, Joy Annette Hitchcock, Gregory Allen Huggett, Jamie Marie Kreiner, Erin Molly Adams, Candace Lynn Sam, Stacy Lynn Tuomi, Edward Ronald Wakefield Jr and Noah John Steffenhagen. The sheriff's office is searching for the individuals and asks the public if they recognize any of the faces to call the sheriff's office directly at 829-4749.
A grand jury has indicted two Brainerd men, Tyler Allan Cronquist and Nathan David Becker in connection with in the Jan. 4 shootings of two people at an apartment on the 800 block of Juniper Street in Brainerd.
An 18-year-old Pine River man who allegedly pointed a gun at a male subject and then stole 16-17 grams of marijuana from him in Breezy Point turned himself into Crow Wing County authorities, Breezy Point police chief Kevin Merschman said. A warrant had been issued for Devin James Knowles, who faces a felony first-degree aggravated robbery charge in Crow Wing District Court. The complaint was filed Friday, Jan.
Pelican Lake in Breezy Point was anything but quiet Saturday, Jan. 17. A fish house was damaged by a hit and run and a sports utility vehicle (SUV) broke through the ice on Pelican Lake. Deb Westby Miska, Breezy Point, said sometime after 10 p.m. Saturday the fish house she and her husband, Rich Miska, own was hit by what they believe to be a full-size or extended truck, in tan or silver color. Deb Miska said Monday, Jan. 19, that when their friends, who have a fish house near the Miskas' fish house, left Saturday night their fish house was fine. Around 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan.
Authorities are searching for an 18-year-old Pine River man who allegedly pointed a gun at a male subject and then stole 16-17 grams of marijuana from him in Breezy Point...
There are eight new faces on the Crow Wing County’s Most Wanted list for May. As of Friday, there were an estimated 994 total active warrants in the county. The sheriff’s office is searching for the individuals and asks the public if they recognize any of the faces to call the sheriff’s office directly at 829-4749. People do not have to identify themselves to authorities when turning in a Most Wanted person.
A 13-year-old boy, who was home alone at the time, knew exactly what to do Saturday, Jan. 18, when he heard the smoke detectors go off at the residence located on the 4000 block of 12th Avenue Southwest in Jenkins. Pequot Lakes Fire Chief Tom Nelson said the boy heard the detectors go off so he left the single-wide mobile home and called 911. No one else was in the home, owned by Thomas Jungle, at the time of the fire. Firefighters received the call at 10:30 a.m.
Fire and smoke filled the Wurdeman Cabinet Company in Crosslake on Monday, Oct. 28, eventually destroying the one-story building. Pequot Lakes Fire Capt. Mike Schwankl said when firefighters arrived, half of the roof had already collapsed. Schwankl said no one was inside the building at the time of the fire. “The cause of the fire is under investigation,” Schwankl said. “At this time we can’t tell where the fire started. We’re still working on it. The state fire marshal has been called in to investigate.” Schwankl does not believe any foul play is involved in the fire.
Level three predatory offender Robert Arthur Litzau is moving back to Pine River. Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch said Litzau, 71, is scheduled to be released from custody on Thursday and has disclosed his plans to live on the 24th Avenue Southwest in rural Pine River. Burch reports that there will not be a community meeting as the offender’s information and appearance has not changed since Litzau’s last release in January.