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Wed
29
Oct

Canceled: Wednesday night sex offender notification meeting in Vadnais Heights

A sex offender notification meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday night at Vadnais Heights Elementary School has been canceled, as confirmed by Ramsey County Undersheriff Jack Serier.

Wed
29
Oct

Burglaries have North St. Paul residents on the defensive

After a dozen home burglaries, many of a chilling kind, the North St. Paul Police Department called a community meeting to advise residents on how to protect themselves.

Wed
29
Oct

WA County reserve deputy looks back on storied career


Longtime Washington County Reserve Deputy Gary Glaeser, diagnosed with terminal cancer, was honored by colleagues at a gathering in September at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve. (Linda Baumiester/Review)

The Washington County Sheriffs Department, including Sheriff Bill Hutton, far left, shared greetings, stories, and well wishes with Gary Glaeser and his wife Terri, seated in the Nordic Center at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Gary Glaeser is fighting cancer General Patton style
A man who has devoted himself to not only protecting the residents of Washington County, but the nation as a whole, has refocused his efforts on fighting a battle with the disease.
To say Glaeser, 69, of Oakdale has lived an interesting life would be an understatement.

Tue
28
Oct

Man arrested in Rice Street shooting death released; help asked from public


This vehicle was caught on surveillance tape outside Merwin's Liquors, in the strip-mall parking lot on 1700 Rice St. Anyone who saw the vehicle or its occupants between 8 and 8:35 p.m. Saturday is asked to contact police. The men in it were reportedly asking people to purchase alcohol for them.

On Monday, authorities released a 19-year-old Maplewood man arrested on suspicion of homicide. The man had been detained shortly after a shooting incident the night of Sept. 25 outside Merwin's Liquors on Rice Street in Maplewood.

Tue
28
Oct

Little Canada chiropractor who raped client sentenced to 4 years

Paul David Thompson
Paul David Thompson

Senator questions licensing board’s procedures
A chiropractor with a clinic based in Little Canada was recently sentenced to 4 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping a female client during an appointment in May.
Paul David Thompson, 54, of Vadnais Heights was charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct: one in the third degree and another in the fifth degree. The fifth-degree charge was dropped per the plea agreement.

Mon
27
Oct

Sex offender notification meeting Wednesday night in Vadnais Heights

The Ramsey County Sheriff's office is holding a public notification meeting in Vadnais Heights on Wednesday, Oct. 29, regarding a Level III sex offender who is registered to move into the city.

Thu
23
Oct

Council to vote on settlement with former Landfall employee

A settlement may be reached tonight between a former Landfall employee who was fired by the city council in August 2012 and two elected officials.

Fri
31
Oct

Masked suspects sought in Little Canada bank robbery

Robbery Suspect 1
Two unknown males wearing Halloween masks are sought in the morning robbery of the U.S. Bank on Rice Street in Little Canada on Thursday, Oct. 30. Anyone with information about the robbery or the two suspects should call the Minneapolis FBI at 763-569-8000. (photo courtesy of U.S. Bank)
Robbery Suspect 2
Two unknown males wearing Halloween masks are sought in the morning robbery of the U.S. Bank on Rice Street in Little Canada on Thursday, Oct. 30. Anyone with information about the robbery or the two suspects should call the Minneapolis FBI at 763-569-8000. (photo courtesy of U.S. Bank)

Two males wearing masks showed up for early trick-or-treating at a local bank the morning before Halloween, but they were there for cash, not candy.

Wed
29
Oct

Ten run for Landfall council

The 700-resident community of Landfall along the eastern shore of Tanners Lake has 10 candidates running for three spots on its city council this general election.

Wed
29
Oct

Council votes on settlement with former Landfall employee

A settlement has been reached between a former Landfall employee who was fired by the city council in August 2012 and two elected officials.

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