Crime

An argument over a social media post at the St. Croix Recreation Center in Stillwater ended when a 20-year-old Stillwater man was arrested for allegedly making terroristic threats with a pocket knife. The suspect allegedly made threats with a pocket knife to two juvenile males around 4 p.m., Aug. 13, at the St. Croix Recreation Center, 1675 […]

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The Washington County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Milwaukee, is reporting the indictment of several individuals allegedly involved in a home invasion robbery in West Lakeland in 2013. On July 8, 2013, a female victim reported that four unknown males forcibly entered her home, bound her hands […]

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Stillwater police responded to an assault in progress downtown just before 1 a.m. Aug. 9. Police say the assault involved a group from the Hells Outcasts biker gang. When officers arrived on scene, a group of men were gathered on the Mulberry Street roundabout near the entrance to P.D. Pappy’s. According to police reports, at […]

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A 34-year-old homeless woman has been charged with the July 5 felony robbery of the Oak Park Heights McDonald’s on 60th Street. Disguised with blue face paint, a camouflage face mask, a blue hooded sweatshirt and goggles, Neya Serene St. Clair entered the fast food restaurant through the drive-through window at approximately 4:29 a.m., according […]

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One of the two bicyclists struck in a hit-and-run near Wendy’s in Oak Park Heights over the weekend has died. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, two bicycles were traveling west on the 14000 block of the frontage road north of Highway 36 just before midnight Aug. 2, when they were struck by motor vehicle, […]

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James Ariola, whose son died in 2012 after swimming in Lily Lake, wants his lawsuit against the city of Stillwater, Washington County and the Minnesota Department of Health to go to trial. Whether it should have that chance is now up to a three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, which heard oral arguments […]

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