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The Nobles County Attorney’s Office have filed charges against a Sibley, Iowa man accused of inappropriately touching a juvenile last May. Sirjio M. Bluearm, 34, has been charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim between 13 and 15 years old.
A Dawson woman whom was originally regarded as a victim in a December armed burglary now faces criminal charges in Nobles County District Court. Kaitlin Wold, 19, has been charged with aiding and abetting a burglary of a Fox Farm Road residence. The charges include first-degree burglary, first-degree aggravated robbery and theft, all felonies.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Deb Kosters admits she’s never been comfortable listing off all the volunteer activities she’s involved in. But if you ask Kosters’ longtime friend Diane Langstraat, that list would be pretty long. The Iowa State Fair Blue Ribbon Foundation agrees, and will recognize the humble northwest Iowan involved in a multitude of community organizations on Aug. 11 at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines.
WORTHINGTON — Day in and day out, members of area first responder agencies work together to save lives. While next week will be no different, a friendly competition to see who can save the most lives will emerge Tuesday between the Worthington Police Department, Nobles County Law Enforcement and Worthington Fire Department and Sanford Emergency Management System.
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington woman accused of abusing her power of attorney authority by fraudulently withdrawing more than $51,000 from an individual’s bank accounts has been charged in Nobles County District Court. Susan Madrigal, 55, faces theft-take without owner’s permission and theft-indifferent to owner rights charges. The felony-level offenses are punishable up to 10 years imprisonment, a $20,000 fine or both.
WORTHINGTON — A Fulda man will serve one year in jail on a third-degree attempted criminal sexual conduct charge related to a February 2017 undercover sting.
WORTHINGTON — A team of young adults are enthused to make a positive impact on Minnesota West Community and Technical College’s first students to live in the college’s new student-housing units. Logan Ahlers, Jaymes Six and Rebecca Colón will see that the Bluejay Villas are a safe, well-maintained and fun environment for the facility’s 108 student residents.
WORTHINGTON — Sunday will be an unusually busy day at Minnesota West Technical and Community College’s Worthington campus. That’s when a majority of Minnesota West students poised to live in the college’s first-ever designated student housing units will move into where they’ll call home for the next 10 months.
MOUNTAIN LAKE — Related Wednesday traffic stops in Cottonwood County by multiple law enforcement agencies resulted in the confiscation of nearly 60 pounds of marijuana, more than $13,000 and six arrests. According to a Windom Police Department press release, a Windom police officer conducted a traffic stop just after 1 a.m. Aug. 1 for a vehicle following another car too closely on Minnesota 60 and 71.
BEAVER CREEK — An Illinois man has sustained injuries following an early Wednesday afternoon motorcycle crash in Rock County. According to the Minnesota State Patrol crash report, a 66-year-old man from Lombard, Ill., was traveling westbound on Interstate 90 in Beaver Creek Township when he lost control of his 1999 Harley Davidson HD motorcycle. As a result, the bike was laid down in the left lane.