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CRIME AND COURTS

A 50-year-old Red Wing woman has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder related to leaving her new born infant boy in the Lake Pepin as part of a plea deal.
In one incident, a stray tan boxer was found. The dog barked and growled at the officer. The owner was advised they would be cited if they receive any more calls about the dog outside of the yard.
On June 4, 2021, a man used a ladder to enter a 14-year-old girl's room where an assault took place, according to court records.
Linda Marie Wandersee-Callanan, 58, made her first appearance Wednesday in Kandiyohi County District Court on arson charges, after she allegedly attempted to burn the courthouse, other city and government offices and businesses on Sunday. A petition to commit her as mentally ill has also been filed.

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He apparently was unaware that the cash included a tracker, according to criminal charges.
According to court records, on Jan. 17 the woman reported that a man “was very upset with her,” and had called her and “threatened to show up at her work and shoot her and her workplace.”
Former Minneapolis police officer is incarcerated at a medium security federal prison in Tucson, Arizona.
Patrick Charles Bonga, 40, of Detroit Lakes was sentenced to 10 years in prison for felony second degree assault involving boiling water at the Becker County Courthouse on Jan. 18.
The boy attempted to give the dog a hug around the head area before it growled and bit the child under the chin, according to an emergency dispatch report. The child was transported for stitches.
The victim was found in a car and he had been shot several times.

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Prosecution errors freed Thomas Rhodes from prison and overturned his murder convictions Friday. A memo found in the prosecution's files last year contributed to his release.
Eric Reinbold argued he should only serve 26 years, because that would save taxpayers nearly $400,000.
Donald Blom was serving life in prison without the possibility of parole. Poirier's murder led to the passage of “Katie's Law."

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