Crime
An Eagan man is facing felony charges in connection with a two-vehicle crash with multiple injuries last month at Cedar Avenue and County Road 42 in Apple Valley. Austin C. Rogers, 21, allegedly was driving the wrong way on County Road 42 when he ran a red light and crashed into a vehicle with two [...Read More
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A man who allegedly led police on a high-speed chase down a Lakeville highway — and collided with a squad car during the pursuit — has been charged in district court with two felonies. Police attempted to pull over Miguel A. Banda-Rodriguez, 20, of Elko, when his vehicle was clocked going 86 mph...Read More
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A 22-year-old Lakeville man is charged with third-degree felony criminal sexual conduct of a victim mentally impaired, mentally incapacitated or physically helpless for alledgedly sexually assaulting a woman while she was sick after a night of drinking. Maksim A. Simonov danced with the woman at an ...Read More
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A 70-year-old Burnsville man faces criminal charges after admitting to sexually abusing a girl up to 50 times when she was 8 to 12 years old. Gerald Duane Packard was charged May 29 with five counts of criminal sexual conduct, three in the first degree and two in the second. Police arrested him at h...Read More
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A national right-to-die group was found guilty last week of two charges connected to the May 2007 suicide of an Apple Valley woman. A Dakota County jury found Final Exit Network guilty of assisting another to commit suicide, a felony, and a gross-misdemeanor charge of interference with a dead body o...Read More
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Nemesis meant to deter, distract, delay active shooter The Lakeville Area School Board will soon be considering a proposal for purchasing a cutting-edge school security protection unprecedented in the United States. Offered by a new Lakeville company, Nemesis Defense Systems, the system builds multi...Read More
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Crime is down in Farmington The Minnesota Legislature didn’t include language governing body cameras in the public safety bill earlier this week, but Farmington Police Chief Brian Lindquist said he considers the recordings, specifically those made inside homes, private. During his state of the pol...Read More
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