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County Attorney Rubin named to judicial selection committee

Mark Rubin has been chosen to serve on the committee that will recommend the next federal judge for this region. Read More...

First degree murder indictment to be sought in Pionk murder

The St. Louis County Attorney's Office will call a grand jury to consider first degree murder charges against Jesse Dahlstrom, the man accused of stabbing to death Sally Pionk in what's believed to be a random act of violence. Read More...

County Attorney determines use of deadly force justified

The Duluth Police Officer who shot a suicidal man armed with a knife last August, was justified in his actions, the County Attorney's Office has concluded. While suffering critical wounds, the man did survive.
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Scam alert: phony IRS calls

The County Attorney's Office reminds the public to never give out personal identification information over the phone to anyone you don't know. There have been several recent reports of people in the county being contacted by someone claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service. Read More...

Maximum sentence for man who sexually assaulted a pre-teen girl

49-year-old Joseph Edward Wilson was sentenced to 30 years in prison after a jury convicted him of first degree sexual assault. His young victim testified against him at trial. The case was prosecuted by the St. Louis County Attorney's Office. Read More...

Duluth man pleads guilty to suffocating his daughter

Christopher Dennis Peterson pleaded guilty to second degree murder for suffocating his 13-month-old daughter Layna in July. He is expected to be sentenced next month to 40 years in prison.  Read More...

Duluth man charged with murdering his mother

The St. Louis County Attorney's Office filed second degree homicide charges against 37-year-old Carmen Mosqueda, who admitted to police he killed his mother. Read More...

Woman charged with welfare fraud, theft

Annie Pollard, age 31, has been charged with wrongfully obtaining more than $8,400 in public assistance, by lying about her employment and income status in order to receive food stamps and financial assistance. Read More...

Hibbing man charged with murdering toddler in 2012

Two-year-old Caroline Medicine-Chavez died in March 2012. Today, following new leads in the case, Russell Johnson, the former boyfriend of Caroline's mother, was charged with second degree murder for the child's death. Read More...

Drug forfeiture funds used to buy Kevlar vests, equipment for probation officers

Arrowhead Regional Corrections Probation Officers now are able to do their jobs more safely and efficiently thanks to some new equipment purchased using money seized from drug dealers. Read More...
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