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JACKSON — A rural Jackson man was arrested Sept. 26 in connection to a string of large equipment thefts from area implement dealers over the span of seven years. According to a Jackson County Sheriff’s Office press release, Delane Hendricks, 49, was arrested after multiple search warrants were executed and stolen property from three states located at his Middletown Township residence.
WORTHINGTON — A St. Paul man arrested Sept. 23 faces three charges in Nobles County District Court. Matthew Collyard, 30, has been charged with second-degree drug possession — 50 grams or 100 dose unit — amphetamine/PCP/hallucinogens, a felony; carrying/possession of a pistol without permit in a public place, a gross misdemeanor; and possession of a small amount of marijuana, a petty misdemeanor.
JACKSON — The search for a permanent animal control solution continues for the city of Jackson after it was informed its temporary solution is no longer a viable option. According to Jackson City Administrator Jennifer Bromeland, Royal Lead Boarding Kennel in Jackson had been assisting the city by boarding municipally impounded dogs following the retirement of local doctor of veterinarian medicine David Fell a year ago.
ELLSWORTH — A 21-year-old Kenneth man has been arrested in connection to a Sept. 27 attempted break-in of and damage to Exchange State Bank in Ellsworth. According to the criminal complaint, Shane Conklin allegedly broke the glass door to the bank’s 24-hour public access area and kicked the ATM machine.
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man was arrested Monday following two altercations. Bo Htoo, 24, has been charged with first-degree burglary, assault a person in building or property, a felony; second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon; domestic assault — bodily harm, a misdemeanor; and domestic assault — commits act to cause fear or immediate bodily harm or death, a misdemeanor.
An Iowa woman was apprehended Wednesday in Nobles County pursuant to a warrant. Brooklyn Degroot, 23, of George, Iowa has been charged with being a fugitive from justice from other state, a felony.
WORTHINGTON — More than 700 sophomore and junior students from 12 area high schools will begin thinking about their future beyond high school on Wednesday.
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man was sentenced for a fifth-degree felony drug conviction Wednesday in Nobles County District Court. Daniel Saldana, 30, was sentenced to one year and one day imprisonment for the felony charge, which he was convicted of by a jury. He was also convicted of possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, but will not serve a sentence on the two petty misdemeanors.
WORTHINGTON -- A Worthington man pleaded not guilty to second-degree criminal sexual conduct of a victim under 13 but older than 13 months Wednesday in Nobles County District Court. According to the criminal complaint, Joel Chamonica, 31, was charged with the felony following an August 2016 incident in which he allegedly kissed a juvenile and asked the individual to go in a back room of a Worthington car shop.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Taylor Sieve danced her way through most of the competition on the American television series “So You Think You Can Dance,” but came up just short in the end. The Maple Grove 19-year-old with Worthington ties was crowned third during the Sept. 25 Season 14 live finale in Hollywood. Sieve is the daughter of Bryan and Lisa Sieve of Maple Grove and the granddaughter of John and Ruth Sieve of Worthington.