Monday, March 18, 2013
Also in this week's rundown: Bashing Bats on a Pathfinder, lobster larceny and our Dumb Criminal of the Week.
The following is a rundown of crime-related stories from our Dakota County sites this last week. All stories have been verified, and those accused are innocent until proven guilty. For the complete story, click on the link in the headline. Apple Valley Police: Apple Valley Man Strangled Pregnant Wife to Death, Staged Accident Scene Roger Earl Holland is charged with two counts of second-degree murder for the death of his wife and unborn child, but Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom has vowed to bring the case before a grand jury. Burnsville Two Women Arrested for Trashing Car with Baseball Bat Police say Teckla Christine Williams and Shanika Jeanine Mays' alleged attack on the Nissan Pathfinder was part of a larger campaign of …
Monday, February 4, 2013
In other crime news from around the South Metro area last week, a Lakeville teen is in custody after a Burnsville robbery, and a man exposes himself outside an Eagan restaurant.
The following stories first appeared last week on this Patch site or those of our neighbors throughout the South Metro region. To read the full stories, click on the headline links. Six Car Accident Calls in Three Hours at the Same Intersection Keep track of crime in the community with the weekly Rosemount police blotter. Lakeville Teen in Custody After Robbery of Restaurant in Burnsville Emily Kay Schuster and Jesus Alexandro Ybarra, both 19, were allegedly part of a cadre that robbed a restaurant on Cliff Road and threatened an employee with a stun gun. More Boy Scout 'Perversion Files' May be Released AP report: Case originated with suit against Burnsville Scoutmaster Peter Stibal II, serving a 21-year sentence for molestation. …
Friday, February 1, 2013
AP report: Case originated with suit against Burnsville Scoutmaster Peter Stibal II, serving a 21-year sentence for molestation.
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Friday, February 1
A lawsuit filed by a victim of Burnsville's Peter Stibal II, now serving a 21-year prison sentence for molesting four Boy Scouts, has resulted in an order that the national scouting organization release files documenting the sexual abuse of children from 1999 to 2008. According to this Associated Press report, Ramsey County District Judge Elena Ostby issued the order Tuesday. Stibal was sentenced in 2011; his troop frequently met at River Hills United Methodist Church, court documents said. The documents Ostby is seeking are from internal Boy Scouts of America records that chronicle allegations of abuse, often called the “perversion files.” Some of those files were public by court corder in Oregon last year. But the documents released in …