09/04/2012 - 9:15 AM
PAYNESVILLE, Minn. (AP) - Authorities in central Minnesota say a teen whose all-terrain vehicle sustained a flat tire has died after the vehicle flipped over, pinning him underneath.
The Stearns County sheriff's office identified the boy Monday as 16-year-old Cody Christian Hagen of Paynesville.
Deputies say Hagen was riding the ATV on Sunday afternoon on private property. He was going too fast as he tried to turn in a pasture, and a front tire went flat.
That caused the ATV to roll onto the driver's side, pinning him down. Another juvenile who was with him lifted the vehicle off of him and called Hagen's mother. She took him to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The sheriff's office says it's investigating the accident.
09/04/2012 - 11:45 AM
Early Monday morning St. Cloud Police were called to a verbal dispute between a man and woman at the 300 block of 7th Avenue South.
According to the police report, 21-year-old Brandon Edward Reed of St. Cloud had fled the scene after being told by police to stop. After a short pursuit on foot Reed was arrested for noise violation, disorderly conduct and fleeing on foot. While attempting to put Reed into the squad car, Reed head butted a police officer.
Reed received the additional charge of 4th degree assault against a police officer and obstructing the legal process. Reed was taken to the Stearns County Jail and no injuries were sustained during this incident.
09/04/2012 - 10:45 AM
The Central Minnesota Reduction of Accidents for Safe Highways task force conducted a “high visibility” traffic enforcement on Saturday evening. The task force focused on DWI enforcement and education to prevent serious injuries and fatal crashes. The task force is a part of the state’s Toward Zero Death (TZD) initiative.
The task force arrested two people for DWI’s. The task force also cited 32 people for equipment violations, and six people for speeding violations. A total of 86 people were stopped.
The C.R.A.S.H. task force includes members of the St. Cloud, Sartell, Sauk Rapids, Waite Park, and St. Joseph Police Departments. Other surrounding area police departments are also including in the task force.
09/04/2012 - 10:30 AM
Get ready Stearns County because it is National Preparedness Month. Flooding, winter storms, power outages and tornadoes are just some of the disaster threats faced by Stearns County residents. But preparing ahead of time can help save lives, protect property and speed up the pace of recovery.
September is National Preparedness Month and there are a few simple steps to prepare for what potential disasters and emergencies can bring.
Those steps are: Be informed, know the hazards and risks in your area. Make a family emergency plan, so you know how you would communicate with your loved ones if something did happen. You can also put together a disaster supply kit for both your home and car. Lastly, get involved with your community. Find out how you can promote preparedness within your community.
You can take a few minutes to use some of the helpful tools on the Stearns County web site. You can also take the preparedness quiz, get help with your family emergency plan or learn how to prepare a basic disaster supply kit.
08/31/2012 - 11:30 AM
On Thursday afternoon Benton County deputies were called to a crash that involved two motorcyclists on County Road 4 and County Road 61 in Gilmanton Township.
Both drivers were involved in the head on collision and both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.
According to the Sheriff Brad Bennett's report, witnesses and early investigation revealed that 52-year-old Patrick Ogg of Foley was attempting to pass other vehicles just before the accident. When Ogg’s motorcycle went into the westbound lane to pass, it collided head-on with another motorcycle driven by 61-year-old Larry Sorenson of West Union.
Benton County Deputies were assisted at the scene by the Minnesota State Patrol, the Foley Police Department, the Foley Fire Department and the Bounty County Medical Examiner’s Office and the accident is still under investigation.
08/31/2012 - 11:30 AM
Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, Division Street between Lincoln Avenue and Wilson Avenue re-opened for drivers.
The road was closed on July 26th as part of a project to reconstruct the pedestrian bridge spanning Division Street.
Work on that pedestrian bridge is now complete and the bridge is open to foot, bicycle and wheelchair traffic.
08/30/2012 - 12:15 PM
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is more than just a walk. Organizers are expecting over 1,000 participants to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and how to get involved with this cause. Alzheimer’s disease is a growing epidemic and is now the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. It is also the only one of the top 10 leading causes of death without a way to slow, prevent or cure the disease.
The walk will be at Lake George on Saturday, September 29th starting with registration at 10 a.m., the opening ceremony at 11 a.m. and the walk route starting at 11:30 a.m.
08/30/2012 - 10:15 AM
Waite Park Police are investigating a theft that happened at a garage sale on Sunday afternoon. The garage sale was located on the 2000 block of 1st Street North when the victim who was having the sale said a woman stole the cash box.
According to the police report a man and woman arrived at the sale to pick up some furniture they agreed to buy. They sat around the sale waiting for someone to come with a truck to pick up the furniture. During that time they spoke with the victim and asked for soft drinks. When the victim was alone the woman said that she was sorry, took the cash box and ran to a car where the man was waiting. The vehicle was described as a small gray or silver vehicle. The woman was described as white with dark hair in a ponytail, about 20 to 30 years old, wearing a pink shirt and jeans with large holes in both legs. The woman appeared to be pregnant, but it is not known if she really is pregnant or if she had something under her clothes to appear pregnant. The man was described as white with very short hair wearing pants and a dark shirt.
If anyone has any information about this incident please call Waite Park Police at 251-3281.
08/29/2012 - 8:30 AM
St. Cloud Police are looking for two suspects who broke into an apartment on Sunday night.
Officers were called to the 2900 block of Maine Prairie Road where they met with the victims.
According to the police report the main living room window had been smashed and it was apparent that entry was made. The victims were not home at the time and it appears nothing was stolen.
A witness said that the suspects were two black men, ages 15 to 20, one was tall and thin wearing white clothing and a green Boston Celtics hat and the other was short and a stocky build wearing a red shirt.
Both suspects left on bicycles and anyone with information is asked to call police at 251-1200.
08/29/2012 - 1:00 AM
The intersection closure at Highway 120 and County Road 134 scheduled to start today has been moved to tomorrow Thursday, August 30th. The closure is needed as construction for a second roundabout begins.
The opening of the Centra Care Plaza roundabout on Highway 120 will also take place Thursday morning before the closing of the Highway 120 and County Road 134 closure.
A detour will be in effect using Pine Cone Road and Robert’s Road.
08/29/2012 - 1:00 AM
SCSU students may notice something different this year when logging onto their HuskyNet, it is now the HuskyNet Student Portal. It can be customized to provide you with only the information you are interested in at SCSU.
Click here to listen to Student Portal Committee Member Matt Trombley talk about the student portal.
08/28/2012 - 1:00 AM
St. Cloud Police are investigating a burglary that happened in 2000 block of 10th Avenue South early Sunday morning. The victim told officers that an unknown person entered the residence through an unlocked door and took a purse. The burglary is believed to have happened between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. Sunday.
The residents were home during the incident but did not hear or see anyone enter the residence. Police are asking anyone with information to call them at 251-1200.
08/27/2012 - 8:30 AM
St. Cloud Police are looking for a man who choked and threw a woman on the ground multiple times on Sunday morning.
Officers were called to 1800 17th Street South after multiple calls were received of a woman screaming for help. According to the police report, officers located a 20-year-old woman of St. Cloud who said that a man who was driving a red four door Pontiac had approached her while she was walking on the road.
The man was described as being white with dark hair, about 35 to 37 years old, about 230 pounds and was wearing a black shirt. The victim said that the man threw her on the ground and choked her. She was then able to get away but was caught by the man a second time and choked again. The man fled and the vehicle was not found.
The victim received non-life threatening injuries and did not require medical treatment. Anyone with information is asked to contact St. Cloud Police at 251-1200.
08/27/2012 - 8:30 AM
The SCSU Campus Band will be having an open rehearsal this Thursday, August 30th. Bring your instrument and play alongside other talented musicians. This is open to high school students grades nine through twelve.
The open rehearsal starts at 7 p.m. and goes until 9 p.m. at 113 Performing Arts Center at SCSU.
For more information contact the Director Mr. Glen Tuomaala at 320-308-3201 or you can email him at gatuomaala@StCloudState.edu
08/27/2012 - 5:00 AM
Arrests and citations from move-in weekend 2012 are down from 2011, 187 charges were filed by the St. Cloud Police this weekend compared to last year’s 268. Police say that only 51 of the 161 people cited are current St. Cloud State University students.
63 of the 187 charges were for minor consumption and 75 of them were open container violations. Approximately 54 of the underage consumption charges were directed to the diversion program offered by the City Attorney’s Office and St. Cloud State University.
Two people were cited for DWI’s. One was a third degree DWI and the other second degree.
Some other citations included fleeing police on foot violations, noise violations, disorderly conduct, and a keg permit violation.Page [ << 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 >> ]
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