One person died early Saturday morning after their car hit a group of horses in Hubbard County. According to Minnesota State Patrol, around 4:46 a.m. the victim was traveling northbound on Highway 71 just south of Hubbard County Road 14 when it struck horses in the roadway.
A sheriff in Park Rapids says a surgeon accused of choking his foster son by stuffing a latex glove down his throat has been arrested in North Dakota. Hubbard County, Minnesota, Sheriff Cory Aukes tells WDAY-TV that 50-year-old Dennis James Sullivan Jr., of Benedict, was arrested Tuesday and will be returned to Minnesota by Monday.
A Benedict, Minn. man has been charged with the attempted murder of his foster son on Tuesday, according to the Hubbard County Attorney’s Office. Dennis James Sullivan was charged Thursday with second-degree attempted murder, and also face first- and third-degree assault charges.
A 28-year-old Park Rapids woman is accused of tying up and abandoning two horses that died of apparent starvation near Dorset, Minn. On Monday, Minden Crenshaw appeared in Hubbard County District Court on felony charges of animal neglect.
A 56-year-old woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after she was ejected from her overturned vehicle in Hubbard County on Saturday afternoon. According to the county sheriff’s office, Lisa Hensel of Shevlin, Minn. was driving along County Road 4 just north of County Road 40 at about 4 p.m. April 5.
A suspect is in custody in Hubbard County after a 10-mile pursuit ended in a two police officers firing their guns. Ty Justin Andree, 23, of Bemidji was taken into custody Friday night after fleeing Becker County deputies who attempted to stop him when they identified Andree’s car as one suspected in the theft from a Detroit Lakes liquor store.
When you hear someone threatened police with a weapon, you probably think it would be a gun or knife.
Two missing brothers are safe after being found in the woods of northern Minnesota.
There’s a town up north where the food is filling, politicians do nothing and you can’t believe what you read in the local paper. That’s just the way they like it.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal accident that happened on Highway 34 in Hubbard County Thursday night.