REPRINT 1945: County Sheriff Names Tripp Deputy
Here's a little bit more on Harold Tripp, still from 1945, and don't forget to read this interesting reader comment about him.... Posted on 8/2/10 at 12:00 AM
CAPITOL CHATTER Sheriff recalls support
Sheriff Doug Krier, left, and Ross Boulden
Mahnomen County Sheriff Doug Krier said he has witnessed law enforcement officers’ generosity.
The sheriff on Friday told incoming Minnesota State Pat... Posted on 4/3/09 at 2:04 PM
SIBLEY, Iowa — After more than 23 years behind bars, Gayl Tutje has finally gotten paroled.
In this case, the parole is the result of retirement. Gayl has fully served out her sentence as a dispatcher-jailer for Osceola County and officially begins her retirement today.
Court settlement returns Minten to office
SIBLEY, Iowa — Two years after being fired, a dismissal that was supported by his own union, Osceola County Deputy Daniel Minten is back at work patrolling the roads and protecting the citizens of the county.
Doug Weber defends self in civil suit filed by former deputy
SIBLEY, Iowa — A document filed Thursday in a federal civil suit brought forth by a former deputy states that deputy was not fired for offering to testify in an unrelated case, but for a continuing pattern of poor performance and unprofessional behavior.
County remains in hiring freeze at least through end of year
WORTHINGTON — With continued concerns about the 2011 budget, Nobles County Commissioners took no action Tuesday morning on a request by Sheriff Kent Wilkening to replace a deputy sheriff’s position within the department.
10:04 p.m. update Commissioners to allow hiring of night sergeant despite freeze
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County commissioners on Tuesday authorized Sheriff Kent Wilkening to replace a night sergeant position vacated more than a month ago by a retirement, but the move didn’t come without considerable discussion and a few attempted political maneuvers by the sheriff.
PRIMGHAR, Iowa — The O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office released the names of several more individuals arrested in the “Broken Arrow” operation that has now put at least 22 people behind bars in northwest Iowa.
WESTBROOK — If Westbrook residents were shocked to learn a dead body had been put in a bonfire in October 2008 so alleged murderers could dispose of evidence, they were probably stunned to learn the medical examiner had informed the Cottonwood County Sheriff’s Office in November 2009 there were more bones than there should be.
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