Crime
A woman accused of passing fake checks at Target stores in Apple Valley, Lakeville and other metro cities was charged in district court last week with a felony. Hannah J. Salo, 22, of St. Paul, was allegedly part of a five-person check forgery ring that passed more than 40 checks, and unsuccessfully...Read More
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A man accused of breaking into lockers at several Lifetime Fitness clubs throughout the Twin Cities to steal credit cards was charged in Dakota County District Court last week with felony identity theft. Apple Valley police launched an investigation in October after an area resident reported that hi...Read More
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A former Apple Valley mayoral candidate has been charged with two felonies in connection with an altercation at a Burnsville dog park in which he allegedly fired several shots from a handgun. Lance G. Huston, 44, of Apple Valley, had a blood-alcohol concentration of .164, more than twice the legal l...Read More
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Sheriff’s office creates joint task force with police departments Several police departments agreed to join an electronic crimes task force with the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office to help combat online and technology-based crimes. The sheriff’s office will implement a three-year pilot program ...Read More
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Police investigating a camera theft from an Apple Valley retail store on Nov. 16 seized nearly a third of a pound of marijuana from the suspect’s vehicle. Apple Valley officers responding to the retail store’s theft report tracked down the suspect — 27-year-old Tyler J. Hardin of New Hope — ...Read More
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A Farmington man was sentenced Tuesday to 10 days in jail and one year of probation in connection with a December 2012 traffic fatality in Apple Valley. Salomon G. Adorno, 33, was found guilty of careless driving, a misdemeanor, after a court trial in October. According to prosecutors, Adorno was at...Read More
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