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Four men have been federally charged in a case led by the Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force. The investigation led to the largest methamphetamine bust in State history. Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn shared information that, yesterday, the US Attorney’s Office announced that they will prosecute the case against Fernando Ramos-Meza, Peter Martin, Javier Lopez-Lopez, all of Minneapolis and Juan Daniel Valdez-Mendoza of Kansas City. Law enforcement seized several items of contraband, a sawed-off 12 gauge shotgun and 191 pounds of methamphetamine in a Minneapolis home. The men, (more…)
Another arrest in Operation Sound of Silence. Earlier this year, the Cannon River Drug Task Force, using Confidential Reliable Sources, set up three separate buys of psilocybin mushrooms with 21 year old Mark Johnson. He was arrested just a week ago and is awaiting his first court appearance on November 13th. His dealer, 28 year old Joshua Alonzo Wingen, was just charged with 1st and 2nd degree drug sales related to the same buys of a total of 68 grams of the hallucinogenic mushrooms. His initial court appearance is November 20th. (more…)
UPDATE at 9:14am 11-8-18
Cancel Robbinsdale PD missing juvenile Maven Bassignana alert. Maven has returned home and is safe. Thank you to all who helped look for him.
The Robbinsdale Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Maven Bassignana, 11, of Robbinsdale. Maven was last seen at his residence by his mother and grandfather in the evening hours of Monday, 11/5/18. Maven had a (more…)
Ruck’s Meat Processing of Belle Plaine, Minnesota, is voluntarily recalling a variety of sausage products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes. During routine sampling, Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) inspectors discovered the product was processed in a manner that could result in possible Listeria contamination.
The MDA and the company have not received any reports of adverse reactions or illness due to consumption of this product. (more…)
Despite a strong campaign, Northfield and Dundas said no to the multi-million dollar Cannon River Civic Center. In Northfield, the vote was 55.4% to 44.5%. The difference being just over 1,000 votes. The benefits of a new civic center weren’t enough to satisfy those who felt the price tag was just too much. Administrator Martig commented on the closeness of the vote, “still a ways off from approval but I think that’s says that there was a lot of support for it”. Commenting on the current arena, “this is on our strategic plan to figure out a solution to the Arena and we’ve still got two more years on that (the coolant (more…)
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