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Two boys, ages 13 and 14, were arrested Tuesday morning for stealing video games from the i play store at 1830 Tower Ave. A web camera surveillance system installed by i play owners just last week recorded the burglary and arrest. Building maintenance worker Gary Meysman called store co-owner Sam Smith on Tuesday to tell him that one of the store's rear windows had been broken out. Smith called co-owner Luke Hauser, who logged in to the web camera and saw people in the building.
Susan Slater makes tough choices nearly every day about which horses get a chance. "You can't save the world," said Slater, who owns Animal Rescue and Farm Sanctuary in Trego. The farm, which serves a six-county region, gets about 100 calls a year to take in horses. But only half of them find sanctuary. "A lot of people, they don't say 'No,'" Slater said. In those cases, she said, rescuers end up in need of rescue. Of the horses that find respite, many are cared for and adopted out.
Sometimes, all it takes to make a neighborhood is a single neighbor. Or, in the case of Connors Point, two. A trio of houses huddle together along what was once Superior's busiest roadway -- Main Street. The rest of the point, which boasts a ringside view of vessels gliding under the Blatnik Bridge, belongs to industry. Deer and ducks are familiar sites, but not playing children. This 1.5-mile spit of land has been Helen Carlson's home for 89 years.
A South Range man accused of attempting to entice brothers, ages 3 and 4, to go into a secluded place with him was found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect in Douglas County Court. Gregory Michael Doolittle, 23, who according to court records has a form of autism known as Asperger's Syndrome, pleaded no contest to one count of attempted child enticement Feb. 29. Instead of entering a judgment of conviction, Judge Michael Lucci accepted Doolittle's additional plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.
Violence exploded in a car parked along North 22nd Street in the early morning of March 1. Tears fell Wednesday as two Superior women testified in Douglas County Circuit Court about being choked and battered by a Duluth man that morning. Robert Carlton Price Jr., 37, faces three counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide for the incident. Following a night of drinking and a bar fight, Price's former girlfriend said she became scared of him because he was yelling and screaming at her.
A hospice worker accused of stealing a patient's credit card information faces arraignment on an identity theft charge following a preliminary hearing in Douglas County Circuit Court today. Rebecca Lee Friebe, 48, of Superior faces one count party to the crime of identity theft for financial gain although, according to testimony given today, she did not use the numbers herself. Family members of the Lake Nebagamon woman whose credit card information was stolen reported more than $1,500 in charges had been made against three different credit cards in late November and early December 2006, acc
Two South Range residents on Monday denied they were negligent in caring for a 9-month-old colt that later died. In Douglas County Circuit Court, Shane Edward Javenkoski, 33, and Pamela Kaye Javenkoski, 47, each pleaded not guilty to a charge of failing to provide food for a confined animal. Pamela Javenkoski also pleaded not guilty to providing improper animal shelter for the colt, which she was boarding for its owner. Dubbed "Windchill" by the media, the colt was found malnourished and covered in ice and snow at the Javenkoski's farm on Feb. 9, according to the criminal complaint.
Two people accused of failing to provide proper food and drink to a 9-month-old colt that later died entered not guilty pleas in Douglas County Court today (Monday). Pamela Kaye Javenkoski, 47, and Shane Edward Javenkoski, 33, both of South Range are slated for status conferences in front of Judge Michael Lucci on April 7. Pamela Javenkoski faces an additional misdemeanor charge of failing to provide proper shelter for the colt, which she was allegedly boarding for its owner. The colt, dubbed Windchill, was found malnourished and covered in ice and snow at the Javenkoski's farm on Feb.
Douglas County Circuit Court Judge George Glonek today offered a second chance to an Ashland man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl in his pick-up truck. "If you mess this up, there's going to be no one to blame but yourself," Glonek told Darin John Meierotto. Meierotto, 37, pleaded guilty to one felony count of second-degree sexual assault of a child and misdemeanor charges of possession of a switchblade knife, exposing genitals to a child and intentionally contributing to the delinquency of a child for an incident in November. Glonek accepted a joint recommendation from District At
The Duluth man accused of punching a pregnant woman in the stomach and choking her and another woman in a car Saturday morning makes an initial appearance in Douglas County Court today. Robert Carlton Price Jr., 37, faces on three counts of attempted homicide. He was arrested by Duluth police following a chase Saturday afternoon. He waived extradition to Douglas County yesterday in St. Louis District Court. His initial appearance is set for 1:30 p.m.