WORTHINGTON — More than four years ago, authorities in Pipestone and Nobles County were looking for a man who was allegedly responsible for stabbing one victim and kidnapping another. Most assumed he had fled the country and would never be found.
WORTHINGTON — Sixteen-year-old Brandon Ortiz pleaded guilty Tuesday to first- and second-degree assault — charges filed in August after Ortiz got into an altercation and stabbed a 24-year-old man multiple times with a pocket knife.
WORTHINGTON — A violent mugger or a good Samaritan — that is what a Nobles County jury was tasked with deciding Wednesday after listening to evidence in a case against Clement Pierentino Wani, 21, of Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — Mark Daniel Stewart, 28, of Hills, entered into several plea agreements with the state Monday in Nobles County District Court, pleading guilty to fleeing from a peace officer in a motor vehicle and motor vehicle theft, both felonies, and also to misdemeanor charges of criminal damage to property, trespassing and fleeing a peace officer on foot.
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man pleaded guilty in federal courts last week to being in the U.S. illegally and will remain in custody until the case is resolved. He will then be deported to Mexico — again.
WORTHINGTON — A man who had to be tracked to a hiding place under a deck by a Worthington Police K-9 Unit pleaded guilty in Nobles County District Court Tuesday to first-degree burglary, admitting on the stand he was entering into the plea agreement rather than taking his chances with a jury.
WORTHINGTON — An Adrian man who pleaded guilty to driving while impaired for the third time Monday told Judge Jeffrey Flynn he hopes to be accepted into Teen Challenge, a faith-based program for those with drug and alcohol problems.
WORTHINGTON — Dawn Delotto, who has pleaded guilty to bouncing checks at least 20 times in the past decade in Minnesota, added one more confession to her roster Tuesday, admitting to writing out seven checks with a $1,339 total.
WORTHINGTON — Whether or not a Worthington man who pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct will be allowed to live in the same house as several underage female relatives will be decided during a psychosexual evaluation.
Elderly man admits to criminal sexual conduct
JACKSON — A 90-year-old Okabena man pleaded guilty Tuesday to first-degree criminal sexual assault, admitting under questioning that he molested an 11-year-old girl last summer.
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