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Pa00e 16 Local cr/me blotters Police Bbtter: Kimball Police The I4mball Police Department answereda total of 188 calls for Kim- ball, and 46 for Fairhaven during the month of October. In Kimball, there were 13 citations for speeding, with 11 verbal wam- ngs; 44 cases of extra patrol/special detail. There were 17 business checks; 17 equipment warnings with 1 citation; 5 citations for insurance violation with 1 warning; 5 reports of suspicious vehi- cle/person; 4 bar checks; 4 citizen con- tacts; 4 medical calls; 3 seatbelt citations with 2 warnings; 3 alarms; 3 motorist assists; 2 stop sign violation citations with 3 wamings; 2 animal complaints; 2 civil complaints; 2 citations or arrests for DAR/DAS/DAC; 2 funeral escorts; 2 reports of phone harassment; 2 cases of found property; 2 reports of juvenile problems; 2 citations for license plates/ tabs; 2 no-pay complaints; 2 warnings on noise complaints; 2 paper services; 2 reports of property damage with 1 citation; 2 reports of theft; 2 9-1-1 calls; and one each of the following: agency assist, disorderly conduct citation, domestic, driver license violation cita- tion and 1 warning, fireworks com- plaint warning, citation for following too close, citation for intoxicated per- son, lost ?roperty, matter of informa- tion, citaton for open container, warn- ing for parking violation, warning for passing on right, personal assist, sui- cidal indh'vidual, unwanted individ- ual, vandalism, citation for window tint with 1 waxning. In Fairhaven, there were 8 cita- tions for speeding with 8 verbal warn- ings. There also were 5 agency assists; 4 warnings for equipment violations; 2 extra patrols/special details; 2 warn- ings for noise complaints, 2 suspicious vehicle/person cases; and one each of the following: alarm, citizen contact, curfew violation, driving complaint, Lel00als Government Thursday, November 22, 2012 Tri-Countv News Central Minn. driver license violation, DWI, fire/ burning complaint, matter of informa- tion, medical, paper service, seat belt citation, stop sign warning, theft, van- dalism, welfare check. Wright County Sheriff's Office Nov. 15, Camille Jones Foster, 40 of Annandale, was arrested in Stearns County on aWright Countywarrant for theft. Nov. 16, Frederick Vanschaieck Taylor, 40 of Annandale, was arrested in Monticello on the charge of third- degree DWI. Nov. 16, Heather Marie Dahlheimer, 29 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Mon- ticello on a Wright County warrant for third-degree controlled substance vio- lation. Nov. 18, Nathan Walter Buranen, 21 of Annandale, was arrested in Annan- dale on a Wright County warrant for third-degree controlled substance vio- lation. Nov. 18, Timothy lames Bore/l, 55 of Miple Lake, was arrested in Maple Lake on the charge of domestic assault. There were 2 property-damage accidents, 1 hit-and-rtm accident, and 27 car-deer accidents. There were 2 arrests for DWI, and 21 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations issued this week. Meeker County Sheriff's Office Sunday, November 18 12:24 p.m. the Sheriffs Office received an alarm call at a residence on 743rd Avenue, Kingston Township. It was determined to be a false alarm. 12:55 p.m. the Sheriff's Office took a report of a stolen horse at a residence on 730th Avenue, Kingston Township. Saturday, November 17 1:37 a.m. the Sheriff's Office received information regarding a stalled vehicle near the intersection of MN Highway 15 and 312th Street, Kingston Town- ship. The Kimball Police Department checked on the vehicle and driver. Kim- ball Police made contact and assisted in contacting a tow for the driver. 3:06 a.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance for a medical at a residence on Central Ave- nue South, Watkins. One individual was treated at the scene and no trans- port was needed. 8:20 a.m. the Sheriff's Office responded'to a report of unsafe con- ditions on 375th Avenue, Forest Prai- rie Township. Upon arrival of the dep- uty the individual that caused the con- ditions was advised and was going to clean up the roadway. 11:16 a.m. the Sheriffs Office advised a party of their options on a civil matter at a residence on County State Aid Highway 19, Kingston Town- ship. 7:33 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a report of suspicious activity at a residence in the Watkins Trailer Court, Watkins. The deputy made contact with both parties and the situation was mediated. 9:58 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched Eden Valley Rescue Squad and Watkins Ambulance, per the request of Steams County Sheriff's Office, for a medical at a residence on Green Acres Drive, Eden Lake Township. One indi- vidual was transported to St. Cloud Hospital. Friday, November 16 4:15 p.m. the Sheriff's Office dis- patched the Eden Valley Rescue Squad and the Watldns Ambulance to a med- ical at Todd's Place, Eden Valley. One individual was transported to the St. Cloud Hospital. Thursday, November 15 9:29 a.m. the Sheriffs Office arrested a juvenile male at a residence on 318th Street, Kingston Township, on an apprehension and detention order from Stearns County for a probation violation. Wednesday. November 14 2:09 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched Eden Valley Rescue and Wat- kins Ambulance to a medical at a resi- dence on Meadowlark Road, Eden Val- ley. One individual was transported to the Paynesville Hospital. 2:46 p.m. the Sheriffs Office took a report of theft from a residence on County State Aid Highway 3, Manan- nah Township. 3:57 p.m. the Sheriffs Office received a request for a deer possession tag for an individual that lives on South Street East, South Haven. The informa- tion was passed on to the MN DNR. "lhesday, November 13 8:15 a.m. the Sheriffs Office took a report of a property damage accident on Meeker Avenue North, Watkins. There were no injuries reported. 8:54 a.m. the Sheriffs Office issued a deer possession tag to an individ- ual who had located the animal on CSAH 2, Forest CityTownship. 3:20 p.m. the Sheriffs Office took a report of a custody issue at a residence on 675th Avenue, Forest Prairie Town- ship. 4:37 p.m. the Sheriffs Office took a report of an unwanted individual at a residence on County State Aid High- way 21, Kingston Township. The dep- uty advised the individuals of their options. 7:18 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to a car/deer accident near the intersection of MN Highway 15 and County State Aid Highway 21, Kingston Township. No injuries were reported and the deer ran off. Monday, November 12 1:10 a.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to and dispatched Watkins Ambulance to a medical at a residence in the Watkins Trailer Park, Watkins. One individual was transported to the St. Cloud Hospital. Marcus Barshaw indicted for first- degree premeditated murder Friday, Nov. 16, Marcus Michael Barshaw, DOB 10/11/1984, appeared in court after a Stearns County grand jury indicted Bar- shaw on murder in the first degree (premeditated murder) and murder in the second degree (intentional murder), for the Oct. 21, shooting that resulted in the death of ]J.S. in Rock- ville, Minn. The grand jury also indicted Barshaw on assault in the first degree for assaulting a Stearns County deputy and assault in the second degree for assaulting E.A.W. Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012. If convicted of the murder in the first degree charge, Barshaw would serve a life sentence in prison without the possibility of parole. Barshaw remains in the Stearns County jail in lieu of $3 million bail. Future court dates can be viewed at: http://mncis. co:stearns.ran.usapplication LENS/LENS_Criminal.nsf/Search CriminalCaseFormExternal. 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