WORTHINGTON — When Deann Naab arrives at tonight’s Worthington High School prom, she’ll be decked out in Trojan red and black. The color scheme of her attire wasn’t a planned thing, just an appropriate coincidence.
“I went with the school colors,” she said with a laugh. “I tried it on in purple first. That color wasn’t very flattering on me, but I liked the dress, so I ordered it in red and black.”
WORTHINGTON — Even after the state argued strongly for the 48 months in prison called for by sentencing guidelines, Judge Timothy Connell stayed the prison term of James Matthew Naab on the condition he serve a year in jail and 25 years of probation.
Naab makes court appearance on drug possession charges James Matthew Naab of rural Worthington, charged in early August with possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, made a court appearance Tuesday in Nobles County District Court for a contested omnibus hearing, with his attorney arguing the legality of the search warrant that led to the charges.
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man who was arrested last month on drug charges is now facing another felony for possession of stolen property.
James Matthew Naab, 42, faces a maximum penalty of 10 years incarceration for possessing stolen snowmobiles.
A rural Worthington man and a Worthington woman were charged Monday with second- and fifth-degree controlled substance possession and drug paraphernalia after another man who had just been arrested told authorities where he had allegedly purchased his methamphetamine.
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