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PIPESTONE - Charges were filed Monday against a Pipestone man accused of burglarizing a Pipestone business, while charges were dropped against another individual.
WORTHINGTON - A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a former Nobles County man accused of attempting criminal sexual conduct nearly a year ago. Charges were filed Friday against Jack A. Espinosa, 50, in Nobles County District Court. He faces third-degree attempted criminal sexual conduct and 4th-degree criminal sexual conduct — force or coercion — both felonies.
WORTHINGTON - An Ormsby woman faces criminal charges after allegedly taking more than her personal belongings when vacating her Worthington rental unit. Laura E. Simpson, 29, is charged with theft in Nobles County District Court after allegedly stealing her landlord’s refrigerator upon moving from the Grand Avenue apartment. The felony-level offense is punishable up to five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both.
WORTHINGTON - A Minneapolis woman was arrested Tuesday after marijuana and black tar heroin were allegedly discovered during a traffic stop. Xong Thao, 38, is charged with third-degree drug possession of three or more grams of heroin. The felony-level offense is punishable up to five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both.
WORTHINGTON — A more than four-month investigation of Independent School District 518’s special education programming found the district in violation of multiple special education requirements, some of which the district argues could have occurred at the hand of the former employee who filed the complaint.
WORTHINGTON — An investigation of a woman’s stolen wallet and personal identification led to the arrest this week of a Worthington man.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Class is back in session. The McCallum Museum is opening its doors to yesteryear, inviting guests to reminisce on a time when students would walk upwards of two miles to attend school, sit in a wooden desk among neighbor kids both older and younger, and sometimes be the lone student in a single grade.
WORTHINGTON — A more than four-month investigation of Independent School District 518’s special education programming found the district in violation of multiple special education requirements, particularly in the first and second quarters of the previous school year.
WORTHINGTON -- A Wisconsin man accused of possessing 3.18 grams of cocaine was arrested Friday in Nobles County. Benjamin J. Waldner, 21, of Holmen, Wis. has been charged with felony fifth-degree drug possession in Nobles County District Court. The offense is punishable up to five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both.
WORTHINGTON -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a Worthington man accused of sexually assaulting a toddler. Jeronimo D. Chavez, 23, faces three counts of of felony first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Nobles County District Court. Each offense is punishable up to 30 years imprisonment, a $40,000 fine or both.