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RE: Shooting Investigation – 4870 Elmore Avenue, Webster Township June 14, 2016
The Rice County Sheriff’s Office and assisting law enforcement agencies continue to follow-up on leads from this past weekend’s shooting in Webster Township. We know there are many people that have reached out to the media with their stories but have yet to contact the Sheriff’s Office to provide a statement to us. We know there are people that were in attendance and witnessed these events.
If you want to see justice served for the victim’s and all of the attendees that were put in harm’s way, we ask you to please contact our Investigators at 507-334- 4391. We are now offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for this shooting.
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POST Consumer Brands employee airlifted after accident Friday
A female employee of Post Consumer Brands was injured Friday night. 34 year old Karla Marie Rader was airlifted to North Memorial Medical Center. Rescue Squad Captain Aramis Wells said the woman had been pinned by a battery operated forklift. By the time they got there she had been freed. In the meantime, Police Sgt. Scott Johnson had already called for aircare. Wells said they “packaged her up” but as she was on a mezzanine level which made it more difficult to get her down to the waiting helicopter. Post Consumer Brands Communications Director, Linda Fisher said, “first and foremost, safety is our highest priority and our primary concern is the well being of our employee”. A North Memorial spokeswomen said today (more…)
Shooting update – no one in custody yet
Four gunshot victims, 3 vehicles with gunshot damage and over 20 shell casings have been discovered after a party erupted in gunfire early Saturday morning. Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn released further details of the multiple shooting in Webster. A 23 year old female with a chest wound was airlifted from the site in critical condition, two men in a fleeing vehicle were stopped northeast of the party with gunshot wounds, one was airlifted, the other taken by ambulance to metro hospitals. A fourth victim checked himself into a Burnsville Hospital with a gunshot wound to his lower torso, he was then transferred to Regions Hospital. Initial information from the scene (more…)
Further details of the multiple shooting in Webster over the weekend have been released by Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn. 23 year old Heather Nery of Rochester had a gunshot wound to the chest; she was treated at the residence at 4870 Elmore Ave, and flown to HCMC in critical condition. A vehicle was stopped northeast of home. Two men 26 year old Anthony Shannon of Robbinsdale and 24 year old Montez Brown of Mpls. were discovered with gunshot wounds, one was airlifted, the other taken by ambulance to metro hospital. A fourth victim, 45 year old Henry Brown of Brooklyn Park, checked himself into a Burnsville Hospital with a gunshot wound to his lower torso, he was then transferred to Regions Hospital. The initial investigation has revealed three known vehicles with gunshot damage and over 20 spent shell casings. Sheriff Dunn says Investigators are actively following up on information learned up to this point. His office is again requesting the assistance from attendees of the gathering or anyone from the general public that has information to assist in the investigation, including anyone with audio or video evidence of the altercation or shooting. Please contact our investigators at 507-334- 4391. The call went out about 3am Saturday of a multiple shooting at a large party at 4870 Elmore Avenue. Deputies from Rice County, Scott County and Dakota County responded to the area along with officers from Lonsdale, Northfield, New Prague and Faribault Police departments and the Minnesota State Patrol. Initial information gathered at the scene is that there was a party with a number of young adults. A physical altercation occurred and then gunshots soon followed. Evidence is scattered over a large area.
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