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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.
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A licensed peace officer determined Mower County Sheriff Steve Sandvik was intoxicated, according to the Mower County Administrator. A complaint into his behavior was found to be unsubstantiated.

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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.
Two Wadena residents suffered minor injuries Wednesday and were transported to Tri-County Hospital after their horse-drawn buggy was struck by vehicle on County Road 50.
On Jan. 7, at First Lutheran Church, a caller said a group of kids overstayed their welcome. No forced entry. No damage. The pastor wanted the kids to understand the consequences of their actions.
The crash occurred around 1 p.m. Sunday in Wabasha County, in southeast Minnesota.
On Dec. 27, members of law enforcement conducted 36 ID-required-to-purchase compliance checks at Wadena County businesses. Four sales were made during the check and two warnings were issued.
Suspect Mustafa Rahsad Bush, 39, of Rochester, was released from prison in March 2020 after serving time for another man's murder in 2006.

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Jeffrey Dale Boman, 59, of Cannon Falls, is charged with threats of violence and first-degree damage to property, both felonies.
On Dec. 24 at 10:23 a.m., emergency dispatchers received a report of animal neglect at a residence involving between four or five cats. The caller said they had not been checked on in about a month.
The Becker County Sheriff's Office received an anonymous bomb threat on Dec. 20; prompting a search of county facilities. The threat was deemed not credible, a sheriff's office news release stated.

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