On Tuesday 10-25-2016 the Todd County Sheriff Office receive yet another report of Trump campaign signs being stolen from yards and roads in and around the Long Prairie and Grey Eagle Area. Reminder it is against the law to take remove or damage any campaign signs. Anyone with information and having seen suspicious activity please call the Sheriff Office.
10/23/16 16:24 35941 175TH AVE, EAGLE BEND, MN 56446 Burglary
On Sunday afternoon 10-23-16 at 4:24 pm the Todd County Sheriff's Office received a call from Russell Clark. Clark reported his a garage on 175th St in rural Eagle Bend had been burglarized between sometime between dusk on October 22nd and dawn on October 23rd. Clark said that he was missing several power tools and a solar inverter. Anyone with any information on this incident or any other is encouraged to contact the Todd County Sheriff’s Office.
10/22/16 23:38 COUNTY 10, LONG PRAIRIE Car Deer
On Saturday night 10-22-16 at 11:38 pm Todd County Sheriffs Office received a report of a car deer crash on County 10 , 1 mile west of US HWY 71 intersection. Jamie Wieling of Long Prairie was traveling westbound on County 10 in his 1996 GMC Jimmy when he struck a deer causing damage. No injuries were reported
LITTLE FALLS—A 32-year-old Dalbo man was arrested Friday for allegedly being involved in a theft at a property located off Haven Road, south of Little Falls in Morrison County. Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen reported a landowner called the sheriff's office stating he encountered a male on his property attempting to steal a tire off of a vehicle. Deputies arrived on scene and observed the male suspect. The man had one of the landowners vehicles jacked up and was in the process of attempting to remove the tire. During the investigation, deputies observed a catalytic converter and an exhaust pipe lying next to suspect's vehicle and inside the vehicle was an electric Sawzall cutting tool. The man was arrested and is being held in the Morrison County Jail pending formal charges.
LONG PRAIRIE — Three Long Prairie residents were hurt Sunday when a southbound Oldsmobile Alero crossed the center line of U.S. Highway 71 and collided head-on with a northbound Chevrolet Silverado. 77 year old Doris Johnson, was driving the Alero, according to the State Patrol. 71 Jeffrey Rayhorn, was the driver of the Silverado, in which 69 year old Lorraine Rayhorn, 69, was a passenger. All are Long Prairie residents; none had life-threatening injuries. The crash was reported at 10:05 a.m. Sunday.
On Saturday 10-22-2016 afternoon at 5:16 pm The Todd County Sheriff's Office received a call of a hit and run accident that occurred at the intersection of 380th St and 155th Ave in Wykeham TWP sect 11. 25 year old Seth Hess, rural Eagle Bend, reported that a vehicle pulled out in front of him at the intersection as he was eastbound on 380th St. Hess tried to avoid striking the vehicle. As a result, the suspect vehicle slid sideways and struck the driver’s side front of Hess’s 2002 Ford truck. Hess received minor injuries and his truck received moderate damage. The suspect fled the scene in a 1999 to 2008 3/4 or one ton Ford extended cab or crew cab style truck, red in color. The suspect vehicle received damage to the drivers side rear by the taillight and bumper area. If you have information about this incident or suspect vehicle, please call the TCSO at 1-800-794-5733.
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