Monthly Archives: March 2006

Officer Memorial

New York State Trooper Andrew J. (AJ) Sperr, 33, was shot and killed on March 1st when he stopped a vehicle containing suspects who had just robbed a bank. Trooper Sperr had been with his agency for 10 years. He … Continue reading

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Meth Conference

The Northfield Police Department, St. Olaf College and the South Central Drug Investigations Unit are sponsoring a meth conference for the community on March 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Buntrock Commons on the St. Olaf Campus. I’ve … Continue reading

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River Incident

Yesterday we had a report that someone had jumped into the river. Literally within minutes, volunteer and staff rescue personnel responded from Northfield Fire and Rescue, Faribault Fire and Rescue and the Dakota County Sheriff’s Department Water/Dive rescue Team. The … Continue reading

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Caller ID??? Maybe

Over the past year, a growing problem has gained prominence. Websites that sell the ability to mask or display an incorrect caller ID on telephone calls have increased in number and ease of use. An article today in the Minneapolis … Continue reading

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Time to Remember

There was a conviction in the 1970 ambush slaying of St. Paul Police Officer James Sackett today. I’ve waited to post anything about this until after the trial was over. The jury convicted a person of the killing today, according … Continue reading

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Officer Memorial

Police Officer Joseph Corr, 30, of the New Hartford, NY Police Department was shot and killed on Monday February 27th after following a vehicle pursuit of four men who had just robbed a jewelry store. Officer Corr had served his … Continue reading

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