Map. History of Minnesota conflict

22 September 2018
Police say two people are behind bars, facing charges of second degree assault, kidnapping, and threats of violence. Officials were initially called to a Duluth hospital on Friday to interview an assault victim
Police in Minnesota are searching for the suspect responsible for the brutal beating of an elderly man during a road rage incident on Friday. According to WDAY, the incident began when the man was driving down a road in Anoka County, Minnesota when he had to brake suddenly to avoid a traffic situation.
Classes at Duluth's Denfeld High School will be in session Monday despite what police are calling a rumored shooting threat. Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken posted to Facebook early Monday morning, saying police and district officials worked overnight to identify students of interest. The District and Police learned of the threat Sunday night.
A 13-year-old boy and his parents were arrested after Minneapolis police seized guns, ammunition and explosive devices from their Desoto street house. Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier said the boy threatened a classmate at the Academy For Sciences and Agriculture in Vadnais Heights. Chris and Lisa Stowe are being held in the Ramsey County jail where they could face charges of negligent storage of firearms.
Firefighters were able to successfully remove a trapped woman from a Columbia Heights home after a house fire Saturday. Columbia Heights Fire Department Assistant Chief John Larkin said firefighters were dispatched at about 1:30 p.m. to a residence on the 4500 block of Fillmore Street Northeast. While en route, firefighters received word that someone may be trapped inside of the home.
Cottage Grove fire. 2 adults made it out safely 8300 block of Indian Blvd S
With a long scar visible atop his head from where part of his skull was removed to alleviate his brain swelling, Markus Jackson stood in a Ramsey County courtroom Wednesday and told the man responsible for it that he forgave him
Minneapolis Police are looking for the shooter who killed a man near downtown Minneapolis. He was shot in the 700 block of East 18th Street near Interstate 94 just after 6 p.m. Tuesday. He was rushed to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he later died.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a Wisconsin man has been killed in a crash on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo. The crash happened just before 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the state patrol. They say a Kenworth semi truck and a Toyota Scion were both headed east on Highway 36. When the Scion was stopped at a red light at Lake Elmo Avenue, the semi rear-ended it, according to the state patrol.
Minneapolis police are investigating a shooting in downtown Minneapolis overnight. The shooting occurred on Tuesday at 12:30 a.m. on the 400 block of Hennepin Avenue. Police say two men were shot and taken to Hennepin County Medical Center. Both are expected to survive.
Two shot at Augie's. Expected to be non life threatening
Several homes across the Twin Cities metro went up in flames Sunday night and early Monday morning. Two adults died in a house fire in Inver Grove Heights Sunday night. The fire started at a home on Royal Avenue in the Skyline Village mobile home park at approximately 9:00 p.m. The two victims, one man and one woman, were rushed to the hospital, but did not survive. Their identities have not been released
One shot several times overnight on Arkwright in Saint Paul
One person is dead after he was ejected from his vehicle during a crash in central Minnesota Saturday. According to State Patrol, a driver in a Chevy Traverse failed to stop at a stop sign on County Road 66 at Highway 23 in Maywood Township.
A 51-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of beating his mentally disabled twin daughters, raping them and chaining them to a bedroom door in a case described as torture. The man was charged this week with several felonies, including first-degree criminal sexual conduct, first- and second-assault and abuse of a vulnerable adult by a caregiver. He is jailed on $750,000 bail, with his first court appearance scheduled Thursday.
One person was transported to the hospital Thursday morning as a precaution after a house fire in Minneapolis. According to authorities, the fire started at about 3:30 a.m. at a home on the 2900 block of 44th Avenue South.
A closer look at this crash on Hwy 65 SB in Ham Lake. It's closer to 143rd Ave. One vehicle is off the roadway
No injuries were reported after a fire broke out in a residential garage in Plymouth Sunday evening. Plymouth fire Chief Rodger Coppa said the call came in as a garage fire on the 5100 block of Upland Avenue North at about 6:15 p.m. Coppa said crews bumped it to a two-alarm fire because of the size of the home and the difficulty of gaining access to the house.
Serious crash in Richfield. Crime Lab on the scene. One car is in two pieces
Yellow crime scene tape still flutters in the breeze that’s sweeping over an upscale Sauk Rapids neighborhood. This is where neighbors awoke around 2:30 a.m. Friday to the sounds of gunshots, barking dogs and squealing tires
A North Dakota man who was shot by a bystander after reportedly threatening another driver with a knife after a car crash Wednesday in Fridley, a northern Twin Cities suburb, has died of his injuries, according to the Anoka County sheriff’s office.
Authorities say a 15-year-old boy has died after he was struck by two vehicles in a Minneapolis suburb. The Minnesota State Patrol says the boy was hit by a westbound car on Highway 7 in St. Louis Park last evening. He was propelled into eastbound traffic and struck again by another vehicle.
A vehicle reportedly crashed into two pedestrians here Wednesday evening, Feb. 14. Chief Steve Todd with the Detroit Lakes Police Department said first responders were called at 8:37 p.m. to the intersection of Washington Avenue and Highway 10
7 month ago
Businesses and homes near 50th and France in Edina, Minnesota are being evacuated after contractors hit a gas line in the area
One man is injured, and two deputies are on administrative leave on Sunday. Neighbors describe a Sabin neighborhood as a normally quiet one.7 month ago
One man is injured, and two deputies are on administrative leave on Sunday. Neighbors describe a Sabin neighborhood as a normally quiet one.
A methamphetamine investigation in northern Minnesota led to the discovery of methamphetamine, heroin and psilocybin mushrooms. The investigation was conducted by the Cloquet Police Department and the Fond du Lac Police Department. As a part of the investigation police obtained a search warrant for a residence on the Fond du Lac Reservation. During the search officers found what they suspected to be approximately 135 grams of methamphetamine, heroin and psilocybin mushrooms. Officers also found and seized six firearms from the home.
A man was seriously injured in a fire at a Plymouth apartment building late Thursday night. Firefighters and police responded to the 3300 block of Highway 169, at which a fire burned inside one of the building's third-floor units, around 11 p.m.
A Lakeville middle school principal who was on leave during a law enforcement investigation was arrested Tuesday, according to Dakota County jail records. Chris Endicott was booked in the Dakota County Jail, on suspicion of harassment, the records show. Jail records state he was arrested by Apple Valley police. Charges are still pending, but Endicott is expected to appear in court Thursday.
Two girls from Wisconsin reported missing are safe after they showed up at the Minneapolis Police Department's 5th Precinct station. On Monday, the department said 15-year-old Audrey Patricia Nash and 15-year-old Candus Jean Flodin were last seen in the Canal Park area. On Tuesday, the Duluth Police Department said the two girls might be in Mankato or Minneapolis.
A Minnesota family is heartbroken after an accident ended the life of their 7-year-old son. Simon Caquelin of St. Paul had only been at the Fred C. Andersen Boy Scout camp in Wisconsin for one night when he was severely injured on Jan. 27.
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